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Probers meeting to evaluate the evidence in Ramsey case

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More than two dozen investigators, prosecutors and criminologists are getting together to find out if there is enough evidence to present the case of JonBenet Ramsey's killing to a grand jury.

The meeting, scheduled to begin Monday and take at least two days, involves four district attorneys, two nationally known criminologists and eight police investigators.Police say Boulder County District Attorney Alex Hunter has been notified of all developments in the case, but he has not seen the whole package that might persuade a grand jury to return an indictment.

Among the 30,000 pieces of evidence expected to be included in a multimedia presentation at the University of Colorado Coors Events Center will be the rope used to strangle the little girl, handwriting samples from the girl's mother, the autopsy report, and the ransom note claiming the girl had been kidnapped.