Suzanne Jovin -- Yale student, Wrote a thesis on Osama Bin Laden in 1998Suzanne Nahuela Jovin (January 26, 1977, Göttingen, Germany – December 4, 1998, New Haven, Connecticut) was a senior at Yale University in New Haven, CT when she was brutally stabbed to death off campus.
Who was the only other person to know about Jovin's thesis' contents?
Her thesis adviser, James van de Velde.
He was seen with Jovin just before the stabbing, which happened near van de Velde's apartment.
So, who is James van de Velde?
He's a lieutenant commander in the US Naval Intelligence Reserves and the former executive director of the Asia-Pacific Program at Stanford University (CIA-connected institution).
He analyzed the Latin American drug trade and worked in nuclear arms control under the Pentagon and the State Department. His pentagon security clearance was five levels above top secret.
He was an Al Qaeda expert who interrogated "terrorist suspects" at Gitmo.
No wonder it was rumored in the Yale student body that he worked for the CIA.