DENVER (KUSA/CNN) - Boulder County, CO, District Attorney Stan Garnett, announced his office would not pursue charges in the JonBenet Ramsey case.
She was the 6-year-old beauty queen found dead in her parent's home nearly two decades ago.
Still, no one has been charged in the high-profile murder case that captured national attention.
Previously sealed court documents in the case were released late last week.
It revealed in 1999 a Colorado grand jury voted to indict the child's parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, on charges of child abuse resulting in death and being accessories to a crime.
But then-District Attorney Alex Hunter did not sign the indictment, citing there was insufficient evidence.
Garnett, who took office in 2009, wrote a lengthy op-ed in Sunday's Daily Camera of Boulder.
Garnett wrote he will not comment on the case at this time.
He continued "my, or my staff's view of what the evidence in the Ramsey case proves will only be stated in open court if a case is ever filed," he wrote, adding the Ramsey's are entitled to the "full presumption of innocence."
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