JONBENET RAMSEY

AND THEN THERE WERE...HUNDREDS?

To bring more direction to the JONBENET RAMSEY murder probe, the Boulder, Colo., district attorney, ALEX HUNTER, has quietly merged his agents with the Boulder police and moved them into a "war room" of three offices in Boulder's Justice Center, equipping it with shredders, secure phones, computers and a high-tech alarm system that guards against eavesdropping microphones. A nine-member team of detectives and assistant prosecutors will work out of the suite, which has a private entrance. The union between these sometimes antagonistic agencies was instigated by Hunter as a go-for-broke effort to bring greater focus to the often discombobulated 5 1/2-month-old...

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