A "media-free zone" is up around the building keeping the press away from the grand jury, while crews are shooting a made-for-TV movie Â— Perfect Murder, Perfect Town Â— about the case. That occasionally translates into movie cameras filming local reporters that are filming national reporters.
Mostly, the locals are taking the media mob in stride, but a few angry people have voiced their frustration.
Some residents say people care more about the Ramsey case outside of Boulder than they do inside.
|Reporters and photographers queue up on the curb across the street from the Boulder County Justice Center.|
After the Ramsey family moved, a consortium of some of the family's wealthy friends purchased and beautified the house and began renting it out to students from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Nonetheless, despite the lack of local interest and the media madness, the mountain community of Boulder will likely be dealing with this case for years to come. Prosecutors will keep investigating even if the grand jury comes up empty.