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Kaylee Goncalves’ Father Reveals Horrifying Details of Idaho Murder Victims’ Stabbings

The father of one of four University of Idaho students in their bed last month has revealed gruesome new details about the victims’ fatal stabbings.

Four weeks after the November 13 murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, Father Steve Goncalves recounted a conversation in which he asked Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt how many times the students had been stabbed.

“She says, ‘Sir, I don’t think stabbing is the right word, it was like tears, like it was a powerful weapon, not like a stab,'” Mr Goncalves told Fox NewsDigital.

“She said they were big open gouges. She said it was quick. It wasn’t something where you were going to be able to call 911. They weren’t going to bleed slowly.

Mr Goncalves called investigators ‘cowards’ for not disclosing the vicious degree of the stabbing, arguing that there are ‘girls walking down the street right now’ who deserve to know ‘that they should watch out for a sadistic man”. Moscow police did not reveal the suspect’s gender.

The grieving father’s remarks come amid growing tensions between law enforcement and his family. He has repeatedly criticized police for keeping quiet about the investigation and recently accused officers handling the case of being “inexperienced” and making several mistakes early in the investigation.

Steve and Kristi Goncalves said they were considerate alternative options to find their daughter’s killer


“I was outraged that they didn’t just come out and say it was a woman or a man because they should know by how much force it took to inflict the injuries,” he said. continued M. Goncalves. “They are just cowards.”

Meanwhile, Moscow police told Fox they were withholding certain information to protect the integrity of the investigation.

The department has repeatedly said in statements, “At this time, no suspects have been identified and only verified information that does not impede the investigation will be made public.”

Mr Goncalves said his daughter’s injuries were different from Mogen’s. Goncalves and Mogen were found in a bedroom on the third floor of the house and were likely sleeping in the same bed at the time of the brutal attack, according to information disclosed by Mr. Goncalves and authorities.

“They may have died individually from the same, stabbing, but there are more details… They don’t even come close to matching.”

He previously told Fox he pressed law enforcement to elaborate, but was told details could not be released.

Mr Goncalves said last week that his family was considering finding a lawyer to get more information about the murder investigation.

Goncalves’ mother, Kristi Goncalves, also told Fox on Sunday that the family was raising money to provide rewards and possibly hire a private investigator.

“Our family would like to fundraise in hopes of offering a reward, and possibly hire a private investigator if it becomes necessary,” Ms Goncalves said.

Ms Goncalves told Fox the family was raising money for an award through a GoFundMe page and a GiveSendGo page set up by friends of the family. Nearly $15,000 was raised between the two pages.

“The money raised will go directly to getting answers and paying for Kaylee’s final arrangements and her celebration of life on December 30,” Ms Goncalves said.

Investigators search for a white Hyundai Elantra in connection with the University of Idaho murder investigation

(Moscow City Police Department)

In what appeared to be the strongest lead yet, Moscow police announced last Wednesday that they were seeking to speak to the occupant or occupants of a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra that was seen near the King Road house in the early hours of November 13. .

“Investigators believe the occupant(s) of this vehicle may have critical information to share regarding this case,” police said in a statement.

Police are urging the public to come forward with any information, revealing it could be the ‘missing piece of the puzzle’.

Border agents along the US border with Canada were told to be on the lookout for the car, and tips poured in from the public.

Moscow police have been so inundated with information about the vehicle that calls are being directed to a nationwide FBI tip line. On Saturday, police said they were still looking to speak to the occupants and the license plate remained unknown.

The victims were killed between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. on November 13, authorities determined.

On the night of November 12, Kernodle and Chapin were together at a sorority party at the Sigma Chi house from 8 to 9 p.m. and returned home around 1:45 a.m. It is not known where they were in the five hour time slot.

Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were killed on November 13


Goncalves and Mogen had spent the night at The Corner Club bar in downtown Moscow, before stopping by a food truck and then heading home from an unnamed “private party” to arrive at the property around 1:56 a.m. morning.

Two surviving roommates had also been out that night and returned home around 1 a.m., police said. The two women, who lived in bedrooms on the first floor of the house, reportedly slept during the brutal killings and were not injured.

The gruesome crime scene went unnoticed for several hours as police received a 911 call at 11.58am on Sunday reporting an “unconscious individual” at the home.

The other two housemates had first called friends at home because they believed one of the victims on the second floor was unconscious and would not wake up. When the friends arrived, a 911 call was made from the phone of one of the housemates.

Several people have been ruled out as suspects: the two surviving roommates, the man who was photographed with Mogen and Goncalves in a downtown food truck before they returned home the night of the murder, the person who gave Mogen and Goncalves drove home from the food truck, Goncalves’ longtime ex-boyfriend and friends who were home when 911 called.

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