How'd I miss this? It's quite FABULOUS! Apparently Dr. Wecht was interviewed by a man named Joe Cochran, who is joined by a co-host, a police officer and author named Jeff Scott Hansen, about this case. I'm still trying to figure out the timeline from the "event" references--they say Lacy is out of office. The host does mention JR ran for office two years before "right here in Michigan", so I guess the show was done there. I was originally thinking this had to have been done this year, as they mention at the outset that the case is being "re-opened", but then something else they said made me think, no--some details regarding the various timelines are confused, obviously. And the reference to JR "now" running for office has me puzzled. What am I missing? :help: This video [in three parts] was posted May 19, 2009. Here is part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jybGWR3A1rg&NR=1 Here is part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKTrJUOVOeg&feature=related Each segment is less than 10 minutes. And Dr. Wecht and these hosts really nail so much about this case, it's quite refreshing: --The absurdity of an "intruder" spending so much time in the home and then forgetting the body. --The details of the ransom note. --The unacceptable exploitation of JonBenet in pageants. --The parents wanting to leave the body and town immediately. --Fleet White turning on John Ramsey. --The autopsy. --The cover up: including Lacy's absurd exhoneration based on "touch" DNA, which Wecht addresses. --Steve Thomas' courage for being a whistleblower. --John Mark Karr...and more. I'm telling you, it's hard not to jump up and down while listening to Wecht's outrage!