For the past week, Dr. Phil has been dissecting the unsolved murder of JonBenét Ramsey like never before, meeting with investigators and individuals involved with the 1996 case.
Multiple documentaries have been revisiting the case in light of its 20th anniversary, but the TV doctor's three-part interview with JonBenét's brother is getting extra attention due to Burke Ramsey's perplexing demeanor.
Many who watched parts 1 and 2 were quick to notice that Burke was smiling throughout most of the sit down, even when divulging gruesome details about the morning his sister went missing and remembering her funeral.
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This caused some to speculate that Burke may have been smiling because he got away with murder, but Dr. Phil defended the 29-year-old during part 3 of the segment — explaining that his smile is nothing more than a "nervous" tick that came from being uncomfortable in front of the cameras!
In the final part of the special, Dr. Phil put the Boulder Police Department on blast — revealing that they leaked false information to the press AND held off on sending evidence that cleared the Ramsey's to the district attorney for MONTHS!
Ch-ch-check out the latest clips (below) to see Dr. Phil's final words with Burke and the unsolved case.
Will they EVER get to the bottom of this?
In the last month, countless documentaries have popped up that have re-examined JonBenét Ramsey's tragic death from over 20 years ago, and last night, CBS aired the first part of their special, The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey!
Of course we already learned quite a few surprising details from A&E's documentary and then there was the Dr. Phil interview with JonBenét's brother — but now we've got MORE shocking deets!
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During the CBS special, which was recently edited from six hours to four, retired FBI profiler Jim Clemente teamed up with Scotland Yard criminal behavior analyst Laura Richards to dig further into the case and answer some questions.
While Yahoo TV has reported that Clemente will NAME A SUSPECT at the conclusion of the special, Sunday night was only part one — but that doesn't mean we didn't get HUGE clues regarding the 911 call, the ransom note, and the overall cause of death!
Ch-ch-check out all of the HIGHlights from last night's special (below) as we wait for part two on Monday!
Dr. Phil is leaving no stone unturned in revisiting the unsolved murder of JonBenét Ramsey.
The TV doctor asked Burke Ramsey some tough questions about the mysterious death of his sister in his three-part Dr. Phil interview.
Though the 29-year-old looked super uncomfortable reliving his sister's killing in front of the cameras, Dr. Phil didn't hold back — even at one point asking Burke if he thought his mother Patsy killed the 6-year-old pageant queen in a fit of rage!
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In the newly released clips from Monday and Tuesday's first two segments, Burke recalled the "traumatizing" moment he learned his sister was dead and even remembers going to her funeral. He said:
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but fake, hurtful stories don't!
According to the Daily Mail, Dr. Phil has filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit against American Media (AMI) — the company that owns the National Enquirer — for publishing 80 false stories over 13 years, notably about him and wife Robin McGraw's marriage.
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The daytime star has had enough of the BS and wants the company to pay! He said:
"Enough is enough, it's time for them to own up… As a member of the media, I have a deep respect for the First Amendment. But it does not protect these people who knowingly print lies for money, particularly lies about my wife."
According to his lawyer L. Lin Wood, the company deserves to go under for what they do to society!