Sunday, December 9, 2012

Investigators urged to look again at 1998 slaying of Yale student Suzanne Jovin

By Randall Beach
Register Staff
NEW HAVEN — Authorities investigating the slaying of Yale University undergraduate Suzanne Jovin, which occurred 14 years ago this month, have recently looked into tips from several New Haven-area residents that a mentally disturbed Yale graduate student might have been the killer.
But even if this man were the one police have long sought, he could never be arrested nor put on trial: he died earlier this year in a bizarre way on Interstate 95 in what could have been a suicide.

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Anonymous SidD said...

it is not good that real culprit was not caught by the cop or by investigators if cop is unable to arrest the criminal then people are hiring investigators in such cases in order to punish the actual criminal

December 19, 2012 at 7:52 AM 

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