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Forensic Psychiatrist says the Idaho mass killer may be an “incel”

Four Dead University of Idaho
People attending a vigil for the four University of Idaho students who were killed on Nov. 13, 2022, hold up their phones during a moment of silence, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022, in Moscow, Idaho. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

(MOSCOW, IDAHO) — Authorities investigating the murders of four University of Idaho students now say “the attack might not have been targeted.” Ten days after the November 13th murders, Moscow Police still have no suspect leads and a mounting pile of unanswered questions.
Forensic Psychiatrist/Expert Witness, Carole Lieberman, M.D joined the South Florida Morning Show to give her perspective on the quadruple murder and crawls into the mind of the suspect. Dr. Lieberman says the knife-wielding killer may be an “incel”—short for involuntarily celibate—who felt rejected by one of them. She also said that perhaps the Moscow police department was trying to protect the University of Idaho by withholding key facts, but instead has generated more fear due to the vacuum of information. Listen to the interview here.