Idaho Gypsies With Cards And Candles Won’t Solve Student Murders
If you haven't been following the Moscow student murder case in a while, it recently took a strange turn when an Internet tarot card reader got into hot water for getting involved. Four students were found stabbed to death near the University of Idaho campus six weeks ago and still no arrests have been made despite round-the-clock efforts of detectives, Internet sleuths, and Idaho gypsies.
It's obvious that Idahoans, in particular, are heated up over the fact that no arrests have been made in the murder cases of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. Someone entered the residence they were all at in the early morning hours of November 13 and committed unspeakable acts of violence.
Yet another distraction for Idaho detectives has now taken place. It turns out a well-known Internet tarot card reader and armchair detective offered her opinion on the case recently and is being sued by a Moscow university teacher, according to multiple state and national reports.
The last, factual update I heard about the case was that Idaho police were trying to track down the owner of a white car that was seen parked near the residence where the crimes were committed. That news broke two weeks ago. Detectives have also been interviewing neighbors in the area for any clues that might help.
It's my opinion that the police are doing everything in their power to make an arrest in this case. The rest of us that aren't employed as homicide detectives in Moscow, Idaho, should stand down and leave the investigation to those wearing badges.