University of Idaho Victim's Father Says There Are Discrepencies In How Two Of The Victims Died
The father of slain Univ. of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves said the fatal attacks on his daughter and her best friend Madison Mogen, were mysteriously different in nature.
Steven Goncalves said on Lawrence Jones Cross Country, "I'll cut to the chase. Their means of death don't match."
"Their points of damage don't match."
Authorities say the two friends were sleeping in the same bed at the time of the attack, but Goncalves says the stabbings were somehow different.
The attack left four dead, all University of Idaho students. Authorities continue to investigate the incident but are stumped on whether it was a random or targeted attack.
Kaylee's mother has questioned why authorities have cleared some people "very fast."
"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," the father said Saturday visibly upset.
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