the murderer who brutally killed four University of Idaho Students Former FBI profiler Jim Clemente said the prospect is a “young” man and a first-time killer.
Clemente, a criminal behavior expert and former New York state prosecutor, confides in the person who killed 21 year old Kaylee GoncalvesEthan Chapin, 20, Zanna Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, on Nov. 13. Maybe Knew at least one of the victims,
“It is an extremely risky crime for the perpetrator – unless he knows one or more of the victims, or he is stalking one of them,” he told the Post on Wednesday.
“Going into an occupied residence with six young adults, any of whom may have a knife or a gun or a cell phone to call the police, is extremely risky unless you know the circumstances inside.” Is.”
Clemente thinks the killer is a man, and says there are few explanations for why four of the six roommates were killed.
They believe it was a targeted attack, but the killer “probably didn’t know which room the person was going to.”
“They may have stopped at four victims as they reached their intended victim,” he said, adding that it was likely Not “random attack”.
Police clearly described Knife-wielding killer as in “Sloppy,” and said that the scene after the murder was the most gruesome he had ever seen.
“I don’t think he’s a seasoned killer. I don’t think this guy’s done this before,” Clemente said, adding the stabbing may have been motivated by “revenge or disapproval or some sort of humiliation.”
Pete Yachmetz, a security consultant and former FBI agent, agrees with Clemente.
“I think the subject is probably a young unsophisticated person because the crime scene was clearly at large,” he told the Post. “Going into an occupied house where there were six people in different rooms in the middle of the night is very dangerous.”
Police in Moscow, Idaho, have not yet named a suspect and have provided conflicting stories about what happened before the murder. They have also been unable to confirm the report goncalves is being chased,
Moscow PD said, “Investigators have extensively looked into the information about Kaylee Goncalves being a stalker.” said in an update As of Tuesday night in the course of the investigation “they have pursued hundreds of leads related to this subject and have not been able to verify or identify a stalker.”
Clemente thinks the authorities have a lot of work against them because in addition to the possibility of the perpetrator fleeing the city after the murder—and getting a nine-hour head start before the alarm is raised—students also report back out of fear or over Thanksgiving break. followed suit.
“It’s a big problem,” he said, because potential suspects and witnesses are now gone.
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Still, locals should be on the lookout for people who stopped coming to work or had a drastic change in their behavior after the killings, he said.
“Somebody in this community knows him,” she insisted.
The former FBI profiler also believes the killer must have been comfortable with blood to stab four people in rapid succession, and may have been a hunter for hobbies or worked as a butcher.
“He doesn’t mind the wet work of getting his hands dirty, and his profession would probably say the same thing,” he said.