Prince Harry’s paternity nightmare and the Royal Family changed forever, in this week’s dubious tabloids NE "The perennial ‘Enquirer’ obsession with the 1996 slaying of child pageant tot JonBenet Ramsey brings us to this week’s offering: “JonBenet Dad’s Stunning Confession!” Does he admit to playing a role in the murder? Does he know who killed his daughter? No. John Ramsey’s “stunning confession” - “he was thrown into a state of disbelief after learning he was the prime suspect.” A father’s shock at being considered a suspect in his daughter’s death is hardly stunning. It’s entirely predictable. And it’s not exactly a confession, since he made no secret of his horror at being considered a possible killer. The only shock is that the ‘Enquirer’ imagines it can get away with such an old story 23 years after the event."