http://www.kdvr.com/news/kdvr-jonbenet-evidence-txt,0,3917350.story?track=rss DENVER - Nearly 14 years after six year old JonBenet Ramsey was murdered in her Boulder home, the murder mystery remains one of the hottest cold cases in the country. And now a Boulder woman wants Boulder Police to refocus on her former boyfriend, former Boulder journalist Chris Wolf. Jacqueline Brungardt took samples of individual letters from journals and papers of Wolf's and compared them to the ransom note found in the Ramsey home. Brungardt claims when you overlay words like "arrange", "attaché", "adequate", "withdraw" and "exhausting" there are striking similarities. She also notes there are also similarities to the way the letter "t" connects to the letter "o". Brungardt says she hired an independent handwriting expert who concludes that Wolf wrote the ransom note. She adds she became suspicious of Wolf from the beginning due to his bizarre and obsessive behavior about the murder case. Brungardt says she reported all this to the Boulder Police, but they are ignoring her and she wants them to take another look at Wolf. But police have said that Wolf was thoroughly investigated years ago and ruled out as a suspect. Police say they took an official handwriting sample from Wolf and a law enforcement handwriting expert concluded he did not write the ransom note. Also, they state that Wolf's DNA did not match DNA found at the scene. The case continues to draw interest, nearly 14 years after the December 26, 1996 murder. Boulder DA Stan Garnett said they get two to three tips a week that they forward to the Boulder Police Department. And that the JonBenet mystery remains an open, active investigation.