The younger sister of one of the University of Idaho students knifed to death in a bloody Sunday morning frenzy has urged students to leave town and cast doubt on the police description of the murders as ‘an isolated, targeted attack’.
‘No one is in custody and therefore no one is safe,’ Autumn Goncalves wrote on Instagram. ‘Whoever did this … is still out there and if he is sick enough to murder FOUR sweet, innocent humans so brutally, he is sick enough to do it to anyone else.’
Autumn’s sister Kaylee Goncalves, 21, was brutally stabbed at her home in Moscow, Idaho, along with room mates Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20.
Xana’s boyfriend, 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, also died in the attack.
‘They were smart and they were fighters and this STILL happened. No one is safe. Please get your loved ones home,’ Autumn, who is in her late teens, wrote in her anguished plea, posted Wednesday.
Autumn’s post included a picture of her sister Kaylee and her best…