Did the police really miss this clue in the university of Idaho murder?!

Now all of you have heard of this case. Kaylee Goncalves, Xana, Ethan Chapinand Madison Mogen – all students at University of Idaho — was found brutally stabbed to death in their off-campus housing in Moscow, Idaho on November 13.

As we approached the one-month mark of the investigation, we learned of another possible lead found at the scene. But it wasn’t the police who discovered it – it was a real crime presenter!

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Chris McDonougha former homicide detective is now organizing interview roomrevealed in a recent episode that while visiting his home in late November, he saw a piece of evidence lying on the ground inside the crime scene tape!

“I actually found a glove… I showed it to the officer who was there guarding the scene and they came and took it.”

They didn’t even see it?? McDonough stated:

“The officer was there, obviously they didn’t know about it because he went and took a picture of it. They went out and got it.

Sure, it might be nothing, it’s just a glove. But it maybe is something. That’s why you take pictures and pack everything! But did Moscow Police at the scene really did not notice a random glove on the ground??

This clearly doesn’t help the image of the Moscow Police as being incompetent local policemen in their minds. The Kaylee Goncalves family in particular has call for investigation due to lack of efficiency as well as transparency.

Interestingly, PD Moscow gave everyone an update on Monday. In a video press release, Captain Roger Lanier made it clear that the police are definitely doing more than it looks from the outside. He testified:

“We have a lot of information. We specifically keep that information safe. We do not disclose specifics because we do not want to influence this investigation. That’s what we have to do. We owe that to families.”

Meanwhile families are asking than information from them… Hmm.

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The Moscow Police Department certainly “has a lot of information”, no one denies it. We’ve seen a number of leads sent to them — all of which they seem to have brushed aside. Captain Lanier said there was a lot of advice coming in, it was “a difficult task” just to mull over it, especially given the “hours of video” they had to go through. We have to imagine in a college town, there would be a lot of kids filming their activities on their phones. In fact, some information caused the police to re-interview some people! OH! Again, we get the impression that the community is doing their part.

But the Captain warns people not to go beyond and spread personal rumours or theories for fear that they will hinder the investigation:

“We want more than just an arrest. We want a verdict. We are indebted to Xana, Kaylee, Madison and Ethan.”

Yes, that’s true enough. But the question is, are citizens getting in the way? Or do the police need as much help as from the outside? See the full update and decide for yourself (below):

[Image via NewsNation/YouTube.]


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