http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/08/19/AR2006081900776.html Suspect in JonBenet Case Is Set to Arrive in U.S. No Charges Have Been Filed Against Karr, Who Is Returning to Home Soil for First Time in Years By Amy Goldstein Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, August 20, 2006; Page A07 "The 41-year-old American teacher arrested in Bangkok last week as a suspect in the decade-old killing of JonBenet Ramsey is due to arrive in the United States this evening, escorted by U.S. law enforcement officials, according to Thailand's immigration police. "As Karr was about to leave Thailand, a Bangkok clinic that specializes in transgender hormone treatments and surgery confirmed that the suspect had been a patient. The New York Daily News reported that Karr had been receiving treatment at Pratunam Poly Clinic. Reached last night, a man at the clinic who identified himself as a doctor but would not give his name, said that Thai police had found a "patient card" from the clinic during a search of Karr's apartment. He said the card contained "the phone number of our clinic and diagnosis of Mr. Karr," as well as appointment dates. The doctor said that he could not ethically disclose information about a clinic patient, including the nature of the treatment, but he added: "The police know everything." In e-mail correspondence between Karr and a University of Colorado journalism professor, Michael Tracey, obtained last week by the Rocky Mountain News, Tracey at one point wrote to Karr: "You told me once that your mother tended to raise you as a girl. This must have had a powerful effect on your developing sexuality -- confusion maybe?" Ummmmm, ewwwwww.