Unveiling Shocking Details: University of Idaho Massacre Survivors Were Awake and Texting


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In a startling turn of events, new information regarding the survivors of the University of Idaho massacre has come to light. The report, supposedly leaked by “grand jury sources,” paints a chilling picture of the survivors’ actions during the ordeal.

The Alarming Revelation

Steve Goncalves, the father of one of the victims, Kaylee Goncalves, was privy to this jaw-dropping information. According to a report from Air Mail, it is alleged that the two survivors were not only awake but actively engaged in texting each other while the supposed suspect was still inside the home.

Texting Amidst Horror

The report states, “More astonishingly, his grand-jury sources alleged that the two girls had been texting one another as the murderer methodically went from one room to the next.” This revelation has sent shockwaves through the community and beyond.

A Veil of Silence

Unfortunately, a gag order has been imposed by the court, preventing any confirmation of this information through official channels. This order extends to the police, prosecutors, and all parties involved, making it impossible to gather more details.

The Family’s Response

AirMail reported that Steve Goncalves and his legal team refrained from commenting due to the gag order. However, in a statement, the family referred to the claims as a “very poor attempt at getting attention” and labeled them as “obviously fictional,” as reported by Fox News.

The Ongoing Case

Bryan Kohberger, the accused, is currently facing four counts of murder in relation to the deaths of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. Information from a court affidavit suggests that one of the surviving roommates was awake at the time of the murders.

Details from the Affidavit

The roommates involved have remained anonymous, identified as D.M. and B.F. in court documents. The affidavit reveals that D.M. informed the police she opened her bedroom door multiple times after waking up at 4 a.m. She believed the sounds were Kaylee Goncalves playing with her dog in an upstairs bedroom.

A Chilling Encounter

D.M. reported hearing a voice saying, “there’s someone here,” which left her perturbed. Records from Xana Kernodle’s phone indicated she was likely awake and using the TikTok app around 4:12 a.m. D.M. heard crying from Kernodle’s room and a man’s voice offering help.

Frozen in Fear

D.M. described how she stood frozen at her door as she saw a figure in black clothing and a mask walk past her and exit through the back entrance. The police did not receive a 911 call until around noon the following day, originating from one of the survivors’ phones. However, the identity of the caller remains undisclosed.

Legal Proceedings Continue

Despite these shocking revelations, Bryan Kohberger’s motion to pause proceedings was recently denied. The suspect is set to appear in court on October 26, leaving the public in anticipation of further developments.

The U.S. Sun has reached out to Steven Goncalves and his attorney Shanon Gray for their perspective on this startling revelation. The case continues to unravel, bringing to light more chilling details with each passing day.

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