More harrowing details are being reported in regard to the murder case that took away the lives of four students.
Sources from local media outlets mentioned how the suspect that killed them actually ended up texting them weeks before the gruesome murders.
The news comes as one of the suspect’s direct messages was looked at in detail and analyzed to see whom he contacted.
This is the point where the shocking findings were mentioned. Sources from local media outlets have reported how this was definitely not something they had seen. How could a killer speak to his own victims and then go about killing them later?
An Instagram account that belonged to him showed how active he was with his communications in this regard. One investigator who was close to the case mentioned how he really did try his best to communicate.
But the victims refused to entertain them. Before they could make any advances or comments on the matter, they were dead. And it’s just so tragic to see all of this.
On November 3rd, the University of Idaho students were reportedly found dead. They were stabbed to death by this particular suspect as mentioned by local media outlets.
The chats were very basic and included greetings like, ‘Hi, how are you?’ But the fact that he really had the audacity to come forward and speak to those he murdered is just so messed up.
The detectives claim that the messages were made at the same time that the suspect was reportedly stalking them. And that was tragic.
Now, new reports have gone on to speak about how stained gloves and a pillow were confiscated from his home. And these are currently being investigated further.
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