Parents Reveal Shocking Revelation in Quadruple Murder of Idaho College Students

Parents Reveal Shocking Revelation in Quadruple Murder of Idaho College Students

This Idaho college murder case is a head-scratcher. It’s amazing that police have no suspect, three long weeks after the murder. How on earth can that be? The parents are very frustrated because they feel as if police are not handling the case well as they could be. Besides letting “suspects” go quicker than they would like, parents also say police keep changing their stories from “targeted attacks” to “un-targeted attacks.” It’s hard to keep up. So, parents have taken to releasing some information on their own, in hopes of sparking a fire in the case.

The last thing anybody wants to see is this case go cold. That simply can’t be an option.

So, one grieving father stepped forward and revealed a stunning revelation.

This is a bombshell piece of information that makes this case even more baffling…and scary, to be honest.

According to Kaylee’s father, the “means of death” do not match in all four victims. He said, there are “conflicting means of death” in at least two of the victims.

That’s shocking information.

Fox News reported that at least two of the four University of Idaho students who were killed on Nov. 13 have conflicting “means of death,” according to the parents of deceased student Kaylee Goncalves.

Kaylee, a 21-year-old senior at the university; her best friend, 21-year-old Madison Mogen; their roommate, 20-year-old Xana Kernodle; as well as her boyfriend, 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, were stabbed to death in their home near campus in the early morning hours of Nov. 13. Police have yet to name any suspects or a motive in the case.

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“I’ll cut to the chase – their means of death don’t match.” Kaylee’s father, Steven Goncalves, told “Lawrence Jones Cross Country” on Saturday evening.

When Jones asked if Goncalves was specifically discussing the deaths of his daughter and Mogen, Goncalves repeated: “They don’t match.”

“Their points of damage don’t match,” he continued. “I’m just going to say it. It wasn’t leaked to me. I earned that. I paid for that funeral. … I sent my daughter to college. She came back in a box, and I can speak on that.”

Kaylee and Mogen were sleeping in the same bed when the attack occurred, according to Kaylee’s father.

While it is unclear whether Goncalves was speaking about any one person in particular, Kaylee’s mother, Kristi Goncalves, previously told News Nation on Thursday that she believes police cleared some individuals “very fast” in their investigation into the quadruple homicide.

“We just have no information as a family. And it’s tough, day after day after day,” Kristi Goncalves told “Lawrence Jones” on Saturday. “I mean, every day you just wake up and think, ‘Today’s the day we’re going to hear something,’ and you see these, ‘Oh, there’s a break in the case,’ and it’ll just be something stupid.”

Police also have yet to announce any kind of motive in the quadruple murder.

I used to think the police knew who did it and were just collecting the much-needed evidence to convict. Now, while I am hoping that’s still true, I am starting to think they don’t have a bloody clue what’s going on, and I don’t blame the parents for being frustrated.

This has taken far too long, especially with the FBI there, and a crime scene we were told was “sloppy.”

That leads people to believe that there’s a lot of evidence lying around.


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