http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090202/ap_on_re_us/jonbenet_ramsey_1 http://www.dailycamera.com/news/2009/feb/02/boulder-police-take-back-jonbenet-ramsey-case/ BOULDER, Colo. â€” Boulder police are taking over the investigation into JonBenet Ramsey's 1996 slaying, six years after handing the case over to the Boulder County District Attorney's Office. Police Chief Mark Beckner said Monday that he and newly elected District Attorney Stan Garnett agree the police department should take back the lead on investigating Boulder's most infamous unsolved homicide. The department agreed to give the case up in December 2002 partly because of public criticism of how police first handled the case, Beckner said. â€œIf people felt it was better off with the Districtâ€™ Attorneyâ€™s Office,â€ Beckner said. â€œWe were OK with that because it was in the best interest of the case.â€ But now, Beckner said he and Garnett agree that â€œa traditional law enforcement/prosecution relationship is appropriate in this and other cold cases.â€ His agency is eager to take over the investigation with new technology and expertise available, Beckner said. â€œSome cases never get solved, but some do,â€ he said. â€œAnd you canâ€™t give up.â€ The department, he said, plans to approach the homicide as a cold case, and heâ€™s invited a team of veteran investigators from several state and federal agencies to participate in an â€œadvisory task force.â€ The group will meet for a two-day â€œpow-wowâ€ some time in the next few weeks to review all evidence in the case and identify additional testing that might be done and evidence that might be looked at. The goal of the task force is to â€œexplore all possible theories about what happened the night JonBenet was killed.â€ Beckner said he wants to go into the pow-wow â€œcleanâ€ and with no preconceived notions. €œWe are open to all possibilities,â€ he said.