Russia, Idaho Steve Goncalves, the father daughter Kaylee Goncalves, who was killed at the University of Idaho, told Fox News that he had lost faith in the police investigation due to poor communication and a lack of advancement.
Why Does Kaylee Goncalves’ Father Distrust the Police Investigation in the Idaho Murder?
“Fox & Friends” Sunday asked Goncalves about the inquiry, and he responded, “I do not feel confidence.” “I say more to challenge the norm. Everyone has a job, and mine is being a father, even if I hate being that kind of man.
Around noon on November 13, the bodies of Madison Mogen, 21, the daughter of Goncalves, and Goncalves were discovered in their Moscow, Idaho, house on the third floor. The second floor was where 20-year-old Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend, 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, were staying.
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Law enforcement officers were reprimanded for saying they didn’t know and that Latah County prosecutor Bill Thompson’s comment was a “miscommunication” after appearing to reverse their claim that one or more of the quadruple murder victims were “targeted.”
Steve Goncalves, a frequent critic of police secrecy, claimed he was instructed to withhold information regarding whether his daughter or any of the other victims were intended targets. He did want the unnamed people’s alibis to be made public by the investigators.
He said, “Separation.” Groundwork is different from communication. Police on the streets put up a lot of effort. But another person speaks. That person is sitting next to the attorney and advising him to defend the town, the community, and the college in addition to the case.
Those don’t concern me, I continued. “I don’t intend to harm them. I am employed by these two gals. Because they don’t want posters on their incoming class of students, I won’t let that tale unravel, González said.
Goncalves vowed to make a public statement and urged the families of other victims to do the same to help the investigation!
“I’ve talked to Xana’s father and Maddie’s dad, and they both stated that you can speak on our behalf and support this story. I’m certain. The Chapin family has yet to “get on the same page,” he said, adding that “that’s as far as the true talks that I have.” My daughter doesn’t get everything from me. I am unable to represent others.
When asked whether investigators are getting any closer to finding his daughter’s killer, Goncalves responded, “Wish I knew for sure.” He said, “I had a sense that this guy was going to try all in his power to find – to figure something out. I sat down with the lead investigator. “My problem is if the evidence isn’t there.”
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According to Goncalves, access to a sliding glass door or window on the second floor of the house that meets a slope in the rear is possible without going upstairs or downstairs. “The killer entered and left without using stairs. According to Goncalves, he might not have gone downstairs. “He climbed the steps. He must have chosen to ascend there, in my opinion.
There was no known reason for the quadruple homicide either.
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