‘I Told Adam Everything’: Video Sheds New Light on Night of Idaho Student Murders

'i told adam everything': video sheds new light on night of idaho student murders

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A new video showing two of the four slain University of Idaho students walking with another person in Moscow on the night of the Idaho student murders surfaced this weekend as the investigation continues. “I told Adam everything,” the woman believed to be Madison Mogen said to Kaylee Goncalves as they walked down the street. The Law&Crime Network’s Angenette Levy and retired FBI special agent Jennifer Coffindaffer break it down.

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