University Of Idaho Murders Could Have Been Committed By More Than One Perpetrator

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  • “Perhaps the deaths did not all occur at the same time, but whoever did it could have been laying in wait,” he said on “America Reports.”
  • “And one of the things they could have determined is the times of death, and the medical examiner at the scene using rigor mortis, stiffness of body, morbidity, the blood, temperature of the body, may be able to tell whether or not the four victims were killed at the same time or at different times… to see whether or not anybody was bound or gagged during the time, and of course, will tell whether there was any sexual attack, whether there was a struggle.”
  • The four students’ deaths have been ruled homicides, and while “no weapons have been located,” investigators believe that a “Rambo-style” knife was used in the grisly attack, Moscow, Idaho police said. Autopsies are currently being conducted.

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