How To Clear Your (Formerly) Good Name John Ramsey, father of JonBenet, knows that some people will always believe he was behind his daughter's murder — even after DNA evidence has vindicated him.
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How To Clear Your (Formerly) Good Name

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How To Clear Your (Formerly) Good Name

How To Clear Your (Formerly) Good Name

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After 12 years of innuendo and endless investigations, John and Patsy Ramsey have finally been cleared of any involvement with the death of their daughter, JonBenet. For Patsy Ramsey, it was too late — she died in 2006. But for John Ramsey, it still may not be enough to rebuild his reputation.

When someone is falsely accused, how do they get their reputation back?