Questions come fast and furious as investigators remove furniture from Idaho slaying crime scene

Investigators reportedly returned to the crime scene of the University of Idaho killings Friday to remove certain items, prompting concern and fear from the public.

“[I]nvestigators were seen loading covered mattresses and other furniture into the back of several pickup trucks outside the home. It’s unclear whether the furniture belonged to the four victims or the two surviving roommates,” NewsNation reported.

Former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer told the outlet that the investigators removed the items “possibly for further defense evaluation.” It’s not clear what that means.

“Nothing about this crime scene made a lot of sense,” she added.

True enough.

The removal of the items spawned some worries among the public about why the items were being removed from the crime scene and about the seemingly hapless way in which they were being transported elsewhere.

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Weirdly enough, the removal of items came shortly after a judge ordered the crime scene to be preserved.

“It is hereby ordered that the crime scene located at 1122 King Road, Moscow, Idaho including the home and the outbuildings, trailers, vehicles and curtilage shall be preserved which means the house will be locked, crime tape will remain, on-site police presence is not required. The crime scene will remain preserved until February 1, 2023, or until further order of the court,” the order reads.

“It is further ordered that all samples and evidence collected or generated by the State in this matter including but not limited to bodily fluids, blood, tissues, notes, slides, photographs or other relevant information be held and preserved by the State for the Defense,” it continues.

Look:

The fact that the items were removed AFTER this order was issued provoked massive confusion.

“How is removing evidence preserving the crime scene??? Please help I’m so confused,” one member of the public sincerely pleaded.

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Stranger still is that all this comes roughly a week after local police hired a professional cleaning crew to visit the home where the murders occurred.

“Starting Friday morning we’re going to be bringing in a professional cleaning crew to go to the residence. Part of the reason we’re doing that is because of the biohazards, as well as chemicals that were used during the investigation,” Moscow Police Chief James Fry said in a video statement on Thursday, Dec. 29th.

According to station WTXF, the cleaning crew specifically completed “the hefty task of clearing the home of any biohazards and ‘harmful substances’ used during the process of evidence collection over the course of the nearly seven weeks since the University of Idaho quadruple homicide.”

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