MOSCOW, Idaho (NewsNation) — A total of 36 days have passed since the murders of four University of Idaho students, and there are still no suspects.
Shanon Gray, a lawyer for the relatives of Idaho murder victim Kaylee Goncalves, told “Banfield” that members of the Goncalves family have been harassed by the public and that it is “completely inappropriate.”
Gray also revealed that the lead investigator of the Moscow police department only has two years of experience.
“I sent an email to the police department asking them to send some credentials, and their response was that they are personal records.”
The police have cleared several people, a decision that has been questioned by the family of Kaylee Goncalves, one of the victims. Gray said that despite the frustrations, “you have to try to trust the research.”
The recently released video shows Kaylee and Madison Mogen walking with the same man believed to be in the high-traffic food truck video.
Gray said he understands the man is a bartender at the Corner Club, where the girls were at that night, and is not a suspect at this time.
“They made a lot of decisions about potential people they might be interested in and they approved them,” Gray told “CUOMO”. “As of now, it appears that they have cleared that individual. And that’s really the only information we have.”