Nancy Grace, a crim show host, spoke out to suggest that the discovery of what the Idaho murders suspect explained to law enforcement officials this past Friday could quite possibly mean that they had an accomplice in the ordeal.
It has been well over a month since Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Madison Mogen, 21, were discovered dead on November 13th in their home.
A SWAT team was able to arrest one suspect this pat Friday roughly 2,400 miles from the area of the crime out in the Pocono Mountains in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.
As the host of “Crime Stories,” Grace stated on her show that the question from the suspect to law enforcement concerning whether anyone else had been arrested “would suggest that there is an accomplice.”
“Forensically, it appears that there was only one type of weapon used,” she stated. “So what am I supposed to think? They handed the knife off to each other? No. But could someone have been a lookout? Did someone help plan it? Possibly. Possibly. But in my mind, highly doubtful.”
“He didn’t go in to steal. He didn’t go in to rape anybody. He went into that home with the intent to kill,” stated Grace. “Take a look at this guy. Would it surprise you to see him, that face staring in your bathroom window? Because it would not surprise me.”
“This guy has got a master’s degree in criminology. He’s currently working on a Ph.D. in criminal justice. Yet he drove the getaway car all the way and parked it outside of mommy’s house. Are you kidding me?” she exclaimed. “Another thing we know about this guy. He has been described as obsessively vegan to the point that he made his parents get rid of their pots and pans. He is obsessive. He is fastidious. He’s about six feet tall. He’s socially awkward. He planned this whole thing.”