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   PastimesMurder Mystery: Who Killed Yale Student Suzanne Jovin?


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From: SJ Cold Case7/26/2016 7:09:38 AM
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Jeffrey - thank you for your dedication to this case and for this SI thread that has been kept alive all these years.

I believe that Suzanne's killer may have made multiple posts in this thread.
How far back is it possible to obtain IP addresses and ISP provider locations?
How likely is it that I will be blown off (due to my inexperience) by the current investigative team?

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To: SJ Cold Case who wrote (1367)7/27/2016 1:13:49 AM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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I believe that Suzanne's killer may have made multiple posts in this thread.
I've asked the Admin here on SI to address the IP question.

Which posts are you referring to?!

- Jeff

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (1368)7/27/2016 8:43:20 AM
From: SJ Cold Case
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Jeff,

I can't be too careful here, and have sent you a PM.

Although I sincerely believe I am on to something, I wouldn't want to falsely accuse the wrong person.

The ultimate goal is a confession, and we need to research IP address(es) to go down this path.

I also want the reward if I am correct.

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From: SJ Cold Case7/27/2016 9:15:18 AM
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Would scent dogs be able to identify another person from Suzanne's clothing - if the clothing she wore during the attack is still in evidence?

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From: SJ Cold Case7/27/2016 9:21:36 AM
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The IP address(es) I would be looking for posted here in 2000 quite a bit. The last activity on SI was in 2003.
The person has moved to another state, so we would be looking for closed accounts.

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From: SJ Cold Case7/28/2016 1:04:20 PM
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If Yale just wants Suzanne's murder story to go away

and police don't want to admit mistakes

and quoted witness statements are unexpected

(noting sensitivity and possible deception),

What is to be done?

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To: SJ Cold Case who wrote (1372)7/28/2016 3:58:05 PM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell
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What is to be done?
Good question. If you read the archives, you'll see a bunch of us have suggested what needs to be done, but to no avail. Heck, I've even offered to raise whatever money it takes to pay for the cost of implementing our suggestions.

Battling both Yale and the State of CT (not just New Haven) has proven to be like scaling Everest wearing a wet bathing suit. Only when an entity of equal or greater stature applies pressure on them will there ever be any incentive for cooperation-- and only because "covering up" is quite often these days viewed worse than the actual accusations, not because they truly want the truth to be known.

IMHO of course. :)

- Jeff

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To: Jeffrey S. Mitchell who wrote (1373)7/29/2016 11:06:14 AM
From: SJ Cold Case
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"Only when an entity of equal or greater stature applies pressure on them will there ever be any incentive for cooperation--"

I wonder if anyone at Harvard Law would be interested?

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From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell11/5/2016 12:38:07 AM
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In memory of Michelle McNamara (wife of actor and comedian Patton Oswalt)

Back in 2009, I had the pleasure of spending some time talking and emailing with true-crime writer Michelle McNamara, wife of actor/comedian Patton Oswalt. Every so often I would send her updates. Michelle passed away suddenly in her sleep back in April. My condolences.

Michelle's story: truecrimediary.com

More about her life: latimes.com

- Jeff

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From: Tom Clarke9/26/2017 4:57:18 PM
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Strong Push On To Solve 1998 Slaying Of Yale Student Suzanne Jovin

courant.com

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