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University of Idaho Murders, Victim’s Father Says Means of Death Don’t Match

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There’s another big twist in the unsolved Idaho quadruple murder case … a mysterious discrepancy in the way at least 2 of the 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 said on “Lawrence Jones Cross Country,” … “I’ll cut to the chase. Their means of death don’t match.”

He wasn’t specific, but did say, “Their points of damage don’t match,”

What’s especially odd … authorities say Kaylee and Madison were sleeping in the same bed at the time of the attack, yet according to the father the stabbings were somehow 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 has wondered why certain people were cleared “very fast.”

Steven was understandably emotional, saying, “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.”

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