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Dad of Slain Idaho Student Sees Link Between Daughter, Suspect

The man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students reportedly had a connection to one of them.

Steve Goncalves, father of 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves, said he was beginning to see links between Bryan Kohberger, 28, and his daughter, according to ABC News.

He said he wasn’t ready yet to discuss the connections, and said no one in his family recognized the suspect.

“Now that there’s a person and a name that someone can specifically look for and see if there’s any connections in any way. So they’re just trying to figure it out,” the family’s attorney, Shanon Grey, told ABC News.

Goncalves vowed to be in court when Kohberger is returned to Idaho to face murders charges in the Nov. 13 deaths of Kaylee, and Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20.

“This guy’s gonna have to look me in my eyes multiples times, and I’m going to be looking for the truth. That’s really what I’m going to be looking for,” Steve Goncalves said.

Kohberger, who was arrested Friday in Pennsylvania, was attending a graduate program at Washington State University about 10 miles away from the University of Idaho campus.

READ 10 COMMENTS
  • ShockTheMonkey says:

    Get The Electric Chair Warmed Up!!! Same One Used On Ted Bundy!!

  • Guest says:

    The phd candidate was doing research for his doctoral thesis. Check out his call for research subjects.

  • Dominic Pasquarosa says:

    A killer is a killer and in my opinion and all the anger and hurt, expressed and looking into the eyes of the killer doesn’t change anything or give ‘hope’ for ANYTHING!

  • Auntie Vyris says:

    People want to know “why”… they want to see the link but Dad isn’t yet forthcoming with it, therefore readers get mad at the media outlet for what is perceived as “clikbait”. I think the article is worthy because it tells us what it tells us and therefore we should watch for further statements from the father.

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