Alleged Footage of Idaho Murder Suspect Surfaces Online [Video]
Just months ago, a quadruple homicide in the State of Idaho left the entire globe reeling for answers: what could have caused four young University of Idaho students to be brutally attacked and stabbed to death, in their own home, in the middle of the night?
Frankly, there's no answer that will ever be acceptable--and now, with a suspect in custody, the entire world is watching as we collectively hope that the right person is in custody--and that justice will be served.
While very little is still publicly known about this case--especially when it comes to an understanding of what evidence exists, a video that claims to be from the night of the murders has surfaced on the internet.
Here's some insight into the hour-long video that has appeared online:
Leaked Video Claims To Capture Idaho Murder Suspect
There is so much to unpack in the video, you'll have to watch for yourself.
We expect because of the gag order surrounding this case--we won't actually hear if this video is "real", but all signs point to yes. It seems very obvious that the video is actually from Linda Lane and the location seems legitimate.
What we don't know, is if that date and time in the top left of the footage is fabricated. We have yet to have any reason to believe that is isn't real but these days, you just don't know about things that magically appear online.
The video has also been removed, several times. Some say this could prove its validity even further and that perhaps it's being removed by or at the request of law enforcement.
What is most chilling for viewers, is watching that clock tick and knowing what evil acts are happening at that time. Things that online crime "sleuths" are picking apart are:
- The vehicle seen turning around
- A person appearing to be running in the left of the screen, with a flash light
- A second vehicle driving off
- Distant sounds of a barking dog, potentially screams
- The sound of a doorbell
Remember, this camera is at another apartment complex and although nearby, it's totally plausible that it would be picking up noise on its own property, first.
View the video for yourself, below: