An ex-FBI profiler claims that the University of Idaho suspect in stabbing four university students to death may be a former FBI agent. “first-time killer.”
Jim Clemente is a well-known expert who believes the young suspect may be an innocent man who enjoys drinking blood.
Clemente was a criminal behavior expert and former New York Prosecutor believes the suspect in Kaylee Goncalves’ murder, 21-year-old Ethan Chapin (20), Xana Kernodle (20), and Madison Mogen (21), knew at least one victim.
“This is an extremely risky crime for the offender — unless he knows one or more of the victims, or he’s been stalking one of them,” He said The New York Post.
“Going into an occupied dwelling with six young adults, any of whom could have a knife or a gun or a cell phone to call the police is extremely risky unless you know the circumstances inside.”
Clemente believes the suspect killer is blood-sucking because he could brutally kill four people in a short time.
He said that the killer could be either a hunter, or a butcher.
“He doesn’t mind the wet work of getting his hands dirty, and his profession will probably say the same thing,” Clemente.
Clemente said that the crime was most likely targeted. However, he believes the murderer “may have not known exactly which room the victim was in.”
“They may have stopped at four victims because they got to their intended victim,” He added.
Moscow Police Department identified the suspect. “sloppy” They called the scene after the crime the most horrific they’d ever seen.
“I don’t think he’s the experienced killer. I don’t think this guy’s done this before,” Clemente said that it was possible the suspect might have been motivated by something. “revenge or rejection or some kind of insult.”
Pete Yachmetz is a security consultant who was an FBI agent and agrees to Clemente in calling the suspect “a terrorist”. “young, unsophisticated person.”
“Going into an occupied home where there were six people in different rooms in the middle of the night is pretty dangerous,” He said.
MPD still hasn’t identified a suspect, and different stories exist as to what occurred before the November murder.
Reports have suggested that Goncalves had been stalked. However, the MPD was unable to confirm this.
“Investigators have looked extensively into information they received about Kaylee Goncalves having a stalker,” Police provided an update Tuesday night.
“They have pursued hundreds of pieces of information related to this topic and have not been able to verify or identify a stalker.”
Clemente thinks police have many obstacles since the suspect is likely to have fled the area after the murders.