Ok my friends, here is the beginning. This is the incredible proposal for Doc Miller's book. While I put up chapter one aquaint yourself with all that Judith and Doc Miller have been put through by the Ramseys. It will make your blood boil, AGAIN...Enjoy!! Book Proposal for Prostitution of Justice by Thomas C. "Doc" Miller. Overview The world awaits the truth in the death of JonBenet Ramsey. The demand has been building for over a decade to understand how the American legal system so thoroughly failed a six year old child. Not just any six year old child, but a beauty princess, a pinup girl being groomed for adoration, then fatally bludgeoned and strangled. The publication of JonBenet Ramsey: Prostitution of Justice in Japanese in May, 2007, proves worldwide hunger for this gothic tale of sex, taboo and innuendo. The facts remain so tantalizingly occluded by time and kaleidoscope press coverage that the arrest of a lunatic pedophile in 2006 drew international headlines. So, why hasn’t the book been published in English, the native tongue of its author? The promise of law suits carried out by John and Patsy Ramsey has silenced the press in the United States of America. Boulder Detective Steve Thomas and St. Martin Press were sued upon publication of JonBenet Ramsey: Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation. Carol McKinley and Fox News were sued for airing a report that police found no evidence of an intruder. John and Patsy’s modus operandi lie in threats and civil and criminal prosecutions for purchased “justice.” JonBenet Ramsey’s death Christmas night, 1996, still ignites the world’s imagination. John Mark Karr’s remarkably well publicized 2006 arrest in Thailand, after “confessing” to being with JonBenet when she died, only sparked an ember of the fire left in this American tragedy. What makes this story mythical in its enduring interest to the public? The public wants to know the truth. That’s what made the O.J. Simpson case the “trial of the century”; which occurred only months before the JonBenet tragedy. Belief remains strong within the public, worldwide, that somehow the Ramsey’s: (a) got away with it, or (b) an intruder did it. Absent a trial, the public has no “facts” to rely upon for a belief that justice prevailed. JonBenet Ramsey: Prostitution of Justice pours gas on the fire and exposes the truth. John and Patsy got away with it, not cheaply, but completely. This exposÃ© takes the evidence in the case and explains its use by the police, lawyers and the press. Ultimately, the book clarifies how the evidence was distorted, abandoned or invented and the corrosive effect the Ramsey case had on American jurisprudence. John and Patsy spent millions on their defense and hundreds of thousands of dollars went to prosecute persons at the fringes of the case. With the Ramseys’ unparalleled access to law, politics and power, investigators, news brokers, editors and lawyers found themselves facing jail time for uncovering evidence pointing to JonBenet’s parents. Prostitution of Justice exposes the Ramsey’s public relations triumphs and smear campaigns. More ominously, their out of court manipulations and very expensive legal counsel silenced critics as they flaunted their purchased “innocence.” Even the few who believe in the couple’s innocence cannot expect equal justice in a legal system publicly prone to ignore a child’s death. Fortunately, this book is based upon the truth. While no person or publisher is immune to a lawsuit, Prostitution of Justice makes no statement that is not fully researched and accurately reported. Every fact is documented and/or taken from statements made under oath. (Over 200 footnotes document the 96,500 word manuscript.) The book is protected from a libel or slander action under New York Times v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254, 84 S.Ct. 710, 11 L.Ed. 2d 686 (1964). Additionally, statements made under oath in court proceedings, which are quoted extensively, are protected speech. While the book focuses on the diverse pursuits of justice when big money and politics bully their way into a case, it is also the love story of a photographer, Judith Phillips, and a down and out Denver lawyer, Thomas C. "Doc" Miller. Their love story becomes an heroic journey through the criminal justice system. Before any investigation, the Ramseys were identified as “credible millionaires.” As the bungled case deteriorated from a crime demanding prosecution to an intruder theory, money kept the case out of the courtroom for the chief suspects. Those without money suffered the consequences. The inside story on the Ramseys comes from Judith Phillips, a photographer who knew the family for fourteen years in both Atlanta and Boulder up to the time of the tragedy. Phillips’ haunting family photographs of Patsy and JonBenet have been published internationally and are seen on national television any time the story resurfaces. Twenty of Phillips’ photographs accompany the manuscript. Release for usage of the photographs by American Media Corporation has been obtained.