Idaho murder Updates: One of the Idaho 4 student victim’s dad believes killer will be caught

The Father of Madison Mogen, one of the victims of the University of Idaho murder confident that whoever killed his daughter will be caught.

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The University of the Idaho 4 students murders case is already gone 1 month but there is no update about the suspect and the factual evidence.

If we speak about the factual evidence that Idaho police believe is a white Hyundai Elantra car recently spotted in Oregon on 20th Dec.

The Moscow police have taken this as a piece of factual evidence because this Hyundai Elantra car was also spotted on the Crime sense as well as the nearest area on Nov 13.

If speakon about the recent news which is published by the Fox news Digital that “One of Idaho murdered 4 students victims father believes that the killed will be caught soon”.

The father of slain University of Idaho student Madison Mogen, Ben Mogen, expressed his confidence that the person(s) responsible for his daughter’s and her friends’ stabbing deaths, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, will be apprehended and brought to justice.

In an interview with the Spokesman-Review newspaper, Mogen said that it would simply be too challenging for the perpetrator to avoid detection in a case like this.

“I’ve known that people don’t get away with these things these days from the very beginning,” Mogen told the publication. “Too many things, including videos everywhere and DNA, are available for you to become engrossed in. This is not a problem that goes unsolved or that people get away with.”

Mogen is frustrated that there are still so many unanswered questions six weeks after the four students were killed in an off-campus apartment on November 13.

We’re still waiting on answers to so many questions that I had assumed would be addressed, he lamented.

Mogen claimed that daily updates have been sent to him by the investigators. He claimed that the lead investigator contacts his family to check on him if he misses out on several days of their calls.

State investigators have been receiving assistance from other sources, including the FBI. With all of those tools, according to Mogen, they ought to be able to solve the case.

I just need to know that they are competent, and if not, that they know someone who is, he said.

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