Wow great catch!! BK trying to cover his tracks
Or simply complying with the requirement to register your car in Washingto to get in-state tuition. I posted threads ago thta this is what the WSU criminology department tells students to do. Registrations are traceable. It would offer no "track coverage."
I'm waiting to see some actual evidence from a PCA or other court document that a judge has reviewed independently.
Let's think about what we have:
1. a police chief claim that his DNA matches DNA found at the crime scene and media reports the match came from familial DNA.
2. a police chief claim that a 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra was seen driving near the crime scene at some time early in the morning of the murders.
Even if we accept the the police chief is being 100% honest and earnest, these are very weak pieces of evidence.
1. DNA could have been left at any time and for thousands of reasons even if BK can't explain. Maybe one of his students transfered DNA to one of the victims. Maybe he delivered their food. And if familial DNA was used for the match there are huge chain of custody issues.
2. He was driving a 2015 Elantra. Do we enhance police credibility by assuming they lied? Really? This could have been a simple error. But if it was a lie, the entire police command and/or prosecutor who conspired to make it need to be fired because it created a huge liability for the county. As someone pointed out upthread(s), if they intentionally misrepresented the year it could have led to someone not reporting and a killer could have killed again. That is simply too big of a risk for a small county.
Again, I'm not defending BK. My gut tells me it is him. And I am not knocking the police chief. I'm just saying, let's have some actual strong evidence before building the gallows. We have VERY little we know for certain regarding any actual evidence against BK.