This is the part that just blows my mind. I just don't get what would have made someone so angry for this to have had such a horrible crime scene.I can’t even begin to imagine what the scene entailed, nor do i want to do so. I know that Moscow, Idaho isn’t exactly murder central and that some of the authorities working the scene and making these statements aren’t used to seeing shocking murders on a frequent basis. But these are still lawmen who have had (presumably) long careers and have worked murder scenes before. The FBI agents there have definitely seen some horror shows in their day as well. And when these people are making statements about this particular scene being unlike anything you will see again in the future, it just defies logic and belief what must have happened inside. I was thinking sights of arterial spray, pools and streaks of blood, etc., but it sounds even worse than that.
And it boggles the mind that this level of savagery was inflicted on college kids. You think of organized crime hits, drug gang murders, or maybe the random one-off psychotic killer murder as containing the level of brutality that was apparently present here. What could ANY of those kids ever done to evoke that level of rage inside anyone they were acquainted with? I mean, to leave a crime scene that gory and unbelievable, a person would almost have to be on a whole other level of psychotic and angry than even your average spree or revenge killer. The whole thing is not only incredibly sad and tragic, but just unbelievable from a pure humanity standpoint.