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Pastimes : Murder Mystery: Who Killed Yale Student Suzanne Jovin? -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: paul ross who wrote (1361)3/20/2015 3:06:56 PM
From: Jeffrey S. Mitchell  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 1390
Paul, back in 1998, the prevailing assumption was that the NHPD knew something they were not telling the rest of us. As time went on, as cops involved with the case were either disciplined or fired, it became apparent they had botched the investigation from day one. After the lawsuit by the "only named suspect" was brought, we learned that their entire case was based on nothing more than a hunch-- a hunch based on not a single piece of evidence. I liked the Giants' draft last year and had a hunch they'd return to the Super Bowl, but I certainly didn't bet my house on it and twist every Giant loss as evidence my hunch was obviously right.

If you read back over the last year's worth of posts, you'll see we have a pretty good lead on who killed her. The problem is that we have no clue if our suggestions are being acted upon. But from what we can tell, no, they are not.

- Jeff