Strong Push On To Solve 1998 Slaying Of Yale Student Suzanne Jovin – Hartford Courant

09/26/17 – By Dave Altimari and David Owens

The unsolved 19-year-old murder of Yale student Suzanne Jovin is getting renewed attention by Connecticut law enforcement, with an assistant state’s attorney spending eight hours a week with a team of detectives working to solve the high-profile case. [Read More]

One Reply to “Strong Push On To Solve 1998 Slaying Of Yale Student Suzanne Jovin – Hartford Courant”

  1. It seems that Suzanne Jovin was stabed
    to death from behind in a care, and that
    she has known the car driver when she
    agreed to take seat at his side.
    So we look for two suspects who did the
    murder in team work, perhaps a second
    offer killer.
    After Suzanne’s stabing they have put her out of the car and changed places inside the car:
    the man from behind with the knife took
    the driver’s position, and the former driver run away.

    This was necessary for to hide everything
    with blood traces: the car and the stabing
    knife man inside the car.
    Suzanne has had no chance because she
    must have known the man driving first and has trusted him.
    This was a devil plan of two killer men.

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