On JonBenet's death:
The Ramseys "feel their daughter was brutally murdered, and she wasn't," Karr told a Thai official. "It looks like that but she wasn't. I want them to hear the truth. ... I need closure and (JonBenet's) family needs closure. ... All of us have gone through enough pain."
On people who doubt his guilt:
"(The media) is beginning to shut up about me being crazy and all that stuff. This is not a laughing matter, it's something serious. ... The world is not laughing as much now."
"We all need to put this chapter in place, which is a conclusion, and then start the healing. The healing is what I want to start happening. To heal and feel better about what happened."
On how he is misunderstood:
"People say I am a monster and a horrible person. They don't know me ... they won't approve of what happened. (But) I don't approve of what happened."
Did he have accomplices?
"No, I was alone."
Was this a brutal killing?
"It's not what that seemed to be."
On the DNA test:
"The DNA might not match, but you can't trust the test."
On his ex-wife giving him an alibi:
"It's normal that people in a family protect you."
"Worse than anything, JonBenet is gone. She is here only in spirit."