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Idaho College Murders: Investigators revisit whether four students were targeted


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Idaho College Murders: Investigators revisit whether four students were targeted

Idaho College Murders: Investigators revisit whether four students were targeted

In the early hours of November 13, four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death at an off-campus house in the university town of Moscow. The victims… 01.12.2022, Sputnik International

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Weeks after the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students, police have yet to release the names of the suspects, and as local, state and federal law enforcement continues to investigate those responsible for the murders, they went back on some of their past statements. US media recently reported that officials investigating the case were undecided whether or not the killing was an “isolated attack” or whether the residence itself was the target of the attack. In his final statement Thursday, Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell told reporters, “We remain consistent in our belief that this was indeed a targeted attack. , but we have not concluded whether the target was the residence or its occupants.” This statement contradicts officials’ earlier statement on Nov. 15, when Moscow police said the attack was believed to be isolated and targeted, and that there was no “imminent threat to the community as a whole.” is believed to be a large fixed-blade knife based on autopsy reports, but so far they’ve conducted 150 interviews and are reviewing 500 digital media submissions as well as 1,000 tips. Authorities have not ruled out the possibility that the killings were carried out by more than one person. On Wednesday, relatives of the victims along with students and faculty from the University of Idaho took part in a vigil to remember and honor the four victims: Goncalves was a major in general studies and a member of the sorority Alpha Phi , Mogen and Knernodle were both marketing majors members of the Pi Beta Phi. Chapin was a freshman and member of the Sigma Chi fraternity, and majored in recreation, sports, and tourism management. “It’s hard for us to be without these four beautiful children with us tonight,” said Stacy Chapin, mother of one of the victims. “They just tell me they can’t tell me much, which is frustrating,” Goncalves, who says he is desperate for information about his daughter’s murder, told reporters earlier. Police have ruled out several people who were attached to the victims the night of the stabbings. There were also two other housemates at the house the night the four students were murdered, none were injured and they are not believed to have been involved in the crime, police said. One of the roommates had called 911 around noon after believing one of the victims was unconscious. : 40 a.m. local time, which was recorded on live video. The stab wounds were “extensive,” said Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt, who added that the students were likely sleeping when the attacks began. There were no signs of forced entry or damage to the home of the four college students. Two of the students’ bodies were found on the second floor of the house and the other two were found on the third floor. Goncalves’ father said his daughter and Mogen, who had been best friends since childhood, died together in bed. Idaho Governor Brad Little has earmarked $1 million for the emergency fund investigation, Moscow police said. The University of Idaho, which began Thanksgiving vacation just days after the four students died, has allowed students to complete the semester remotely if they fear for their safety.

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In the early hours of November 13, four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death at an off-campus house in the university town of Moscow. The victims were Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20.

Weeks after the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students, police have yet to release the names of the suspects, and as local, state and federal law enforcement continues to investigate those responsible for the murders, they went back on some of their past statements. relating to the case.

US media recently reported that officials investigating the case were undecided whether or not the killing was an “isolated attack”, or whether the residence itself was the target of the attack.

In his final statement Thursday, Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell told reporters, “We remain consistent in our belief that this was indeed a targeted attack. , but we have not concluded whether the target was the residence or its occupants.”

This statement contradicts officials’ previous statement on Nov. 15, when Moscow police said the attack was believed to be isolated and targeted, and that there was no “imminent threat to the community as a whole.” .

Investigators have not identified a suspect or the murder weapon – believed to be a large fixed-blade knife according to autopsy reports – but so far have conducted 150 interviews and are reviewing 500 media submissions numbers as well as 1,000 tips. Authorities have not ruled out the possibility that the murders were committed by more than one person.

On Wednesday, relatives of the victims along with students and faculty from the University of Idaho took part in a vigil to commemorate and honor the four victims: Goncalves was a General Studies major and a member of Alpha Phi sorority, Mogen and Knernodle were both marketing majors who were members of Pi Beta Phi. Chapin was a freshman and member of the Sigma Chi fraternity, and majored in recreation, sports, and tourism management.
“It’s hard that we are without these four beautiful children with us tonight,” Stacy said. Chapin, mother of one of the victims.

“We will get justice. We are going to solve this problem,” said Steven Goncalves, Kaylee’s father, during the ceremony at the University of Moscow, Idaho. “This community deserves it.”

“They just tell me they can’t tell me much, which is frustrating,” Goncalves, who says he desperately needs information about his daughter’s murder, told reporters.

“This is a criminal investigation, so we can’t lay all our cards on the table and tell everyone everything we have,” said Aaron Snell, director of communications for the police. State of Idaho, to an American. briefing tuesday.

Police have ruled out several people who were linked to the victims on the night of the stabbings. There were also two other housemates at the house the night the four students were murdered, none were injured and they are not believed to have been involved in the crime, police said. One of the roommates had called 911 around noon after believing one of the victims was unconscious.

Chapin and Kernodle had attended a party on campus the day before the attack, while Mogen and Goncalves were seen in a food truck around 1:40 a.m. local time, which was recorded on live video.

The stabbings were “significant,” said Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt, who added that the students were likely sleeping when the attacks began.

There were no signs of a break-in or damage to the homes of the four students. Two of the students’ bodies were found on the second floor of the house and the other two were found on the third floor. Goncalves’ father says his daughter and Mogen, who had been best friends since childhood, died in bed together.

Idaho Governor Brad Little has earmarked $1 million for the emergency fund investigation, Moscow police said. The University of Idaho, which began Thanksgiving vacation just days after the four students died, has allowed students to complete the semester remotely if they fear for their safety.



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