The autopsies were performed on The four University of Idaho students Who were The executions of those who were killed to death proved that they could be executed. were “personal” – as the father of One of According to the victims, his daughter attempted to resist the attacker.
Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt on Thursday confirmed that the cause was being supported of Stabbing is the only way to commit murder.
“It would have had to been a large knife,” she told the Moscow-Pullman Daily News About the murder weapon, which was not found.
The coroner described the attacks Beginning Sunday morning “personal,” according to Idaho NewsThis report was cited in.
Mabbutt suggested that it was possible to have some of The bloody rampage left many wounds were defensive, adding that it was not clear who was attacked first.
She told KXLY That each victim was stabbed more times than once, and that they were all stabbed repeatedly. were no signs of Sexual assault at an off-campus residence on King Road, where the students were slaughtered.
Mabbutt claimed that there was an a “fair amount of blood” at the scene, and that in her 16-years on The job was a terrible one. Four college students were involved. students were One spot.
“I don’t think I’ve had another death by stabbing,” She added.
The murders of Ethan Chapin, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, have left the school community reeling — with police describing the crime scene as the “worst they’ve ever seen.”
Kernodle’s father said he believes the autopsy results show that she fought her killer to the end.
“Bruises, torn by the knife. She’s a tough kid. Whatever she wanted to do, she could do it,” Jeffrey Kernodle told Arizona’s Family.
Jeffrey claimed that Xana, a woman from Avondale in Arizona, was the last person he heard from. He said that Xana called him on Sunday night at midnight. “she was fine.”
“They were just hanging out at home. Xana was just hanging out at home with her boyfriend,” He spoke to the news outlet and referred to Chapin.
“Her and Ethan were together about a year, give or take. And she, really, when I went up there she, I saw her just a week before that and she changed a lot. She had a life. She got to see what it was like to have a boyfriend you live with,” The dad was devastated.
Meanwhile, hundreds of Boise State residents held a vigil University on Thursday night: Remember the slain students.
“Today I wear the black and gold of the University of Idaho,” Marlene Tromp, President of the BSU, addressed the crowd. the Idaho Statesman reported.
“Today, our long-standing rivalry is set aside. Today, we come together to create light in a painful and dark time. We are all Vandals. Ethan. Xana. Madison. Kaylee. We will remember,” She spoke.
One person present read a statement on For of A friend of a student of The three victims were all female.
“I remember jumping on the trampoline and watching ‘MTV Cribs’ at Kaylee’s house, to watching reality TV and trying on makeup at Maddie’s,” Carly wrote to her friend. “They are people who shaped who I am today in crucial years in my life, and I will always think fondly of the friendships I had with them.”
Trevor Drummond, a BSU student, remembered Kernodle who he had met in junior school.
“Xana, she treated me like I was part of the friend group for years,” He said that the Statesman reported.
“I don’t think there’s anyone as outgoing, fun or loving as her. Whenever we were hanging out, she would always make sure others around her were having more fun than she was,” He added.