A new Idaho murder video has surfaced, raising questions about a man named “Adam.”
In the new video, a person suspected of being Kaylee Goncalves, asks “Maddie, what did you say to Adam?” The second person replies, “Well, I told Adam everything.” The girls go for a walk with a man.
Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were all stabbed to death in a knife attack at an off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho. The murders remain unsolved.
The Adam video follows another video showing Goncalves and Mogen at a food truck with a man whose name has not been released. However, police say the man is not a suspect in the murders. It’s not clear if the food truck man is Adam. Fox News reportedthat the man in the new video is the same man who was with the women at the food truck.
Here’s what you need to know:
Goncalves’ father doesn’t believe “Adam” is a suspect and says he’s a bartender
The video clip is only 17 seconds long and was taken not long before the killings, which took place after the women had returned home and settled in for the night.
Steve Goncalves, Kaylee’s father, said Fox News that the “Adam” mentioned in the new video is also not a suspect.
“We’ve had this film for a while,” Goncalves said. “…It’s just two girls having fun and asking for their bartender…on the way to the Grub Truck.” He said the video was provided to the family by a company.
“We asked and did the obvious due diligence and we investigated that and it was pretty clear that this person as a suspect was not involved in the investigation.” Goncalves narrated Lawrence Jones Cross Country.
According to Fox News, the network received the video from Kristine Cameron and Alina Smith, who run a Facebook page dedicated to solving the Idaho murders.
The police have the new surveillance video, Fox News reported.
Police say they have sorted “the majority of digital content” collected by cameras
police wrote in a December 16, 2022 press release that they have “sorted through the bulk of the digital content collected from critical cameras at crucial times before and after the murders.”
They wrote that “investigators continue to spend hours combing through digital content submitted by businesses, households and the public.”
“Investigators continue to ask the public for additional help in locating a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra in the immediate vicinity of the King Road residence in the early hours of November 13. Investigators believe the occupants of this vehicle may have important information to share about this case,” police wrote.
Kaylee’s father told Fox News they also view the vehicle as a critical lead.
“There is a massive amount of digital content that needs to be reviewed with a robust team dedicated to handling digital submissions. Other members of the investigative team are dedicated to email tips, while another team is dedicated to tip-line calls,” police wrote.
“The pace of investigations will not be slowed down over the weekend or the holidays. And the departure of University of Idaho students returning home for winter break is not expected to slow the investigation.”
They noted: “Digital media videos can be submitted to fbi.gov/moscowidaho or email@example.com. Watch an interview about the pace of investigations over the holidays and digital information provided to investigators. This was recorded with Chief James Fry of the Moscow Police Department today, December 16, 2022 and is available to the media and the public: https://youtu.be/rTBo-5zWQM8.”
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