Four University of Idaho students’ deaths have shocked the small, typically quiet college town. In the early hours of November 13, all four victims—Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin—were slain in a three-story rental house nearby. They all ranged in age from 20 to 21. The suspect(s) in the case have not yet been identified by police.
Online detectives have independently looked into the Idaho homicide case and have come up with a number of hypotheses regarding who would want to kill the four victims. A recent theory on Twitter claimed that one of the murder victims in an Idaho case was a bully, and that because of their actions, a former roommate committed suicide.
Who is Hannah Cleere?
Hannah Cleere, who allegedly shared a dorm room with one of the Idaho victims and was an ex-roommate, is allegedly linked to the quadruple homicide, according to a Twitter user. According to the allegations in the tweet, they intimidated and harassed Cleere, who ultimately committed suicide on February 24, 2022. The writer stated, “In February, Hannah Cleere committed suicide. Bullying occurred because she didrm-shared with one of the victims. She was born on November 15th.” The user even included two images in the post. According to one of the images, Hannah Cleere was born on November 15, 2000, and she passed away on February 24, 2022, at the age of 21.
A user from Instagram had commented on Madison Mogen’s post after she died, commenting, “You deserved everything that happened to you! Especially after what you did to that poor girl, you elitists are all the same, I’ll be reserving my spit once they properly burÿ you.”