University of Idaho Murders, Victim’s Father Says Means of Death Don’t Match
Means to Death Don’t Match
Victim’s Father Claims
12/4/2022 6: 41 AM PT
There’s a twist to the Idaho quadruple murder investigation. A mysterious discrepancy exists in the way at most 2 victims were killed.
Steven Goncalves, the father of slain Univ. of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves, said Saturday night, the fatal attacks on Kaylee and Madison Mogen, her best friend, were mysteriously different in nature. He stated on “Lawrence Jones Cross Country”… “I’ll cut right to the chase.” Their means of death are not compatible. “
He was vague, but said that “Their points for damage don’t match.” “
What’s more, authorities claim that Kaylee and Madison were in the same bed at time of attack but according to the father the stabbings were different.
Four people were stabbed to death in the house, and authorities seem stumped. They have given conflicting information about the attacks … going back and forth on whether it was targeted and if the rest of the community was at risk.
Kaylee’s mom wondered why certain people were cleared so quickly. “
Steven was understandably upset, saying, “I’m just gonna say it.” It was not leaked to me. That was my salary. That funeral was paid for by me. I sent my daughter off to college. She returned in a box. “
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