Interesting direction, Samir. I'm just a ways up the road from you, in Wooster Ohio where Arthur Compton grew up. Which brings us to the assumption of quantum information.
At origin, Spin is firstly uni-directional and rests on the assumption that the observed magnetic field that arises from a physically rotating electric charge, would require a charge to in some way be defined as a rotation for there to be an associated magnetic field. And, as there can only be one direction of rotation at a time, even as a vector, symmetry requires that there be a corresponding symmetry of opposite directional Spin. Hence we assume that massive, massless bosons are requisite as messengers of information as to whether the signs of two zero point particles are alike and thus repel, or opposite and thus attract as likened to gravity.
But there is no reason to assume that for a magnetic field to be extant would require an electrical rotation of some sort, even if its only angular measurement. We can only say that electrical rotation differentiates magnetic moment, that is to say that it imparts a antipodal orientation in the associated magnetic field.
Cutting to the chase, the results at CERN fall smack dab in the middle of choice for either supersymmetry or point particle rationales. Perhaps the middle course should be that symmetry already exists in the behavior of energy compressed under its own inertial domain into a "fuzzball" real particle. That we are not correct in telling energy how to behave to suit our theories, and that energy can existentially be going in all directions at once, and only oriented to the normal line in a self-gravitational masse of energy. In this sense, simple connectivity would be the non-paradoxical message.
Best wishes All, and onward! through the fog! jrc