Based on some reports that there was an argument between a man and a woman followed by screams in the area where Suzanne Jovin was found and some news stories state that a witness heard a woman yell, "Why are you doing this to me?" I tend to believe it was someone she trusted. ARE YOU WRONG ABOUT JAMES VAN DE VELDE? I often wondered if it was someone from the Best Buddies program - a volunteer or one of the program members - who did this. Someone she would get a ride from. But I never thought about one of campus police members and that is a possibility. We all still wonder who borrowed the study materials she was going to pick up that night - another possible suspect. Then again if she was stopped by someone prior to getting the materials there is a chance she could have run into a stranger just before she could pick up the material. What is strange: Who gave her a ride to that location? If they had nothing to do with her murder why not come forward? They may have witnessed the murder if the driver was not the killer. Who borrowed the study materials she was picking up that night? It is suspicious that they never came forward. I sometimes wonder if the person who gave her a ride and the person who borrowed the materials were the same person. But then that would leave the question of who the man was running - not driving - away from the scene. The killer? A witness scared to come forward? If she was driven to that area and the driver was the killer why would he be running from the scene and not driving off.