University of Idaho murders: Kaylee Goncalves injuries ‘significantly more brutal’

University of idaho murders: kaylee goncalves injuries 'significantly more brutal'

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Murdered Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves had injuries that were ‘significantly more brutal’ than the other victims which is driving theories she was the target of the quadruple homicide. Kaylee’s family revealed her injuries over the weekend were more extensive than those suffered by Xana Kernodle, her boyfriend Ethan Chapin or even Maddie Mogen, who was in bed with her when they were murdered on November 13. They are growing increasingly frustrated with the bungled police investigation into their daughter’s murder, which has so far produced no new leads.

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