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|TV or not TV?|
TV or not TV?
Peter Boyles had just signed off his radio show last Friday when he got word that both Hard Copy and Inside Edition were eager to talk with him. Not, it turns out, to put the "All Ramsey All the Time" talk-show host on TV to discuss JonenétonBent Ramsey--but to find out how to reach J.T. Colfax, the artist turned inmate (briefly) who'd snatched the Boulder morgue sheet with JonBenét's name. They wanted to put him on TV.
Two days after Colfax showed Westword that page ("A Body of Work," May 22), two Boulder police officers showed up at his rooming house and hauled him off in handcuffs. They wanted to talk to him about more than a pilfered piece of paper, though. At the Boulder cop shop, they asked Colfax if he'd murdered JonBenét--if he'd ever murdered anyone--and took saliva, hair and handwriting samples. As the questioning went on, Colfax finally turned to the cops. "If you're asking me all these questions," he says he told them, "you really don't have anything on this case, do you?" Next question.
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