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Idaho murders: Former FBI special agent says investigation shouldn't be 'hampered' because of remote learning - Fox News

Idaho murders: Former FBI special agent says investigation shouldn't be 'hampered' because of remote learning - Fox News

Idaho murders: Former FBI special agent says investigation shouldn't be 'hampered' because of remote learning - Fox News
Nov 30, 2022 1 min, 24 secs

Former FBI investigator Bill Daly provides expert analysis of the four University of Idaho students who were mysteriously murdered two weeks ago today on ‘Fox & Friends Weekend.’.

MOSCOW, Idaho – A former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent said the investigation into the fatal stabbing of four students at the University of Idaho shouldn't be hampered because of the school's decision to allow students to learn remotely after the Thanksgiving break.

Four University of Idaho students who were slain on November 13 in this house.

24, University of Idaho President Scott Green said that students are being given the option to learn remotely for the remainder of the semester, which concludes on Dec.

Former FBI special agent Jonathan Gilliam told Fox News Digital that he doesn't believe the decision to give students the option of learning remotely will have a negative effect on the investigation, but said police should remain in contact with students.

"I don't think the investigation is going to be hampered that much as long as the school and the police department are in touch with the students and ensuring them that they can call if they remember anything,"Gilliam said.

In explaining why he doesn't think the decision to allow students to learn remotely won't affect the investigation negatively, Gilliam said that he doesn't believe the attacker is a student

WITH IDAHO MURDERS UNSOLVED AND INVESTIGATION LENGTH 'UNCLEAR,' STUDENTS ALLOWED TO LEARN REMOTELY

A memorial for the slain students at the University of Idaho, Monday, November 28, 2022 is covered in snow

With the investigation entering a second week, Aaron Snell, director of communications for the Idaho State Police, told Fox News Digital during an earlier interview that investigators are making "substantial progress."

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