Before Assault, Kaylee Goncalves’ Dad Discussed Victims’ Behavior

Kaylee Goncalves’ Dad Discussed Victims’ Behavior:  The father of Kaylee Goncalves, one of the four University of Idaho students who were killed in a home near campus on November 13, told Fox News on Thursday that he has an “inkling” about how the victims acted.

Kaylee Goncalves’s Dad Inkled About Victim’s Behavior Difference

On Thursday, the father of one of the four University of Idaho students who were slain at a house near campus on November 13 stated that he had an “inkling” about the behavior of the victims. The victims were killed in a shooting that occurred at the residence. Kaylee Goncalves was a student at the school and she was one of the ones that passed away.

“I can’t say for sure, but I have a nagging hunch that there was a discernible change in behavior… When Steven Goncalves was asked on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” whether his daughter might have been the target of the attack on November 13, he responded by saying, “When you commit a crime, you [have] different behaviors.” He clarified later that he was referring to the “behavior of the victims” when he made this statement. The assault took place on the 13th of November.”

He said that he had sought the authorities in an effort to obtain authorization “to put any of it out,” but they had declined his request on the grounds that “it would not be beneficial.”

Madison Mogen, who was Kaylee’s best friend and was 21 years old, Xana Kernodle, who was 20 years old, and Ethan Chapin, who was also 20 years old, were the other persons that passed away as a result of the event. According to the findings of the investigation conducted by the coroner for Latah County, all of the deceased had been stabbed to death, most likely while they were asleep. Some of the victims received injuries that were the result of their own actions.

Goncalves had previously shared his suspicions with ABC News over the possibility that his daughter had been the subject of a stalker’s attention. The Moscow Police Department (MPD), which together with state and federal partners is heading the investigation into the deaths, has claimed that it is aware of such reports but is unable to corroborate them. The investigation into the killings is being led by the MPD.

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Kaylee Goncalves' Dad Discussed Victims' Behavior
Investigators “have pursued hundreds of pieces of information related to this topic but have not verified or identified a stalker,” as stated in a news statement released by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).

The police department has asked anybody who might have information about a suspected stalker or strange incidents to phone the tip line as soon as possible. “Anyone who could be in possession of knowledge”

Goncalves also stated in an interview with “The Story” that he was able to provide the authorities with helpful information from Kaylee’s phone and social media accounts because he and his family members shared important passwords. This allowed him to access the information on Kaylee’s phone and social media accounts.

The Metropolitan Police Department had not identified any possible suspects in the case as of Thursday afternoon. The Metropolitan Police Department is requesting that anybody who may have information on the whereabouts of the victims or the activities they engaged in on the evening of November 12 or the early morning hours of November 13 get in touch with the department as soon as possible.

Goncalves made it clear that he wanted the suspected suspect to be terrified by adding, “I want him to be fearful.” “I don’t want him to have any confidence in himself at all. I shall remain completely immobile until this person is removed from the public arena.”

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