The press reports that Fleet White Jr. and his wife, Priscilla, have asked a judge to determine if the city of Boulder and Police Chief Mark Beckner should turn over files related to the 5-year-old JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation. In a three-page court filing, accompanied by letters and a newspaper article, the former friends of John and Patsy Ramsey contend they should have access to the investigative file involving a California woman who told police she believed JonBenet was killed as part of a child sex ring.
August 2, 2002
Lee Hill was arrested allegations of felony menacing and misdemeanor assault with a gun with respect to his wife. Hill's wife, Bonnie, told police that he pulled her hair and held her down during an argument, grabbed a 9-mm Glock handgun and ordered her to leave their house. Hill said his wife had attacked him after discovering him writing paperwork related to annulling their marriage. Bonnie Hill reportedly suffered scrapes and scratches on her arms in the fight and Lee Hill also had scratches on his face and chest and was bleeding from a lip.
August 3, 2002
Lee Hill paid $1,500 bond and was released from the Boulder County Jail. August 6, 2002
Fleet White addressed the Boulder City Council reference the allegations from "Mystery Woman."
Deposition of GIDEON EPSTEIN, CINA L. WONG, ALEXANDER HUNTER (Filed Under Seal), MARK R. BECKNER (Filed Under Seal), CAREY WEINHEIMER (Filed Under Seal), ROBERT CHRISTIAN WOLF (File Under Seal), ANDREW LOUIS SMIT (Filed Under Seal), FLEET RUSSELL WHITE, JR. (Filed Under Seal), all were taken this date for the defendents in the Wolf Case.
August 23, 2002
It is reported that the mysterious palm print and footprint found in the Ramsey home (that the "free her killer now" clan thinks is evidence of an intruder) were both made by family members. AP reports that the footprint actually belonged to Burke Ramsey and that the palm print belonged to Melinda Ramsey. Wood claims the Ramseys do not dispute the palm print findings but that they do dispute the footprint findings, claiming that Burke never owned Hi Tek shoes.