I'm a relative newcomer to the JonBenet case (not to Websleuths). I didn't follow the case closely when the murder happened, but knew the basics as reported by the media. With the announcement of the arrest of a suspect in Thailand, I've played catch-up, trying to learn all the various aspects of the case. Last week, the Boulder District Attorneys office requested that the arrest warrant be sealed because it contained evidence that has not been previously released publicly. I was somewhat amazed by this announcement as it seemed as through every detail of the murder has been available for public consumption. That arrest warrant is now available to the public - all 98 pages! I haven't read the entire warrant, but so far(about half-way through), there doesn't seem to be anything contained in the arrest warrant that hasn't been available to the public, other than some of details of the email correspondence between Michael Tracey and John Karr. Do those who have followed the JonBenet murder case closely for the past ten years feel there's anything the police/district attorney have withheld from the public that would help solve the case if/when a serious suspect is found?