Who is Jack Showalter? Hooded man watching two of the victims was recently booted out of fraternity

In a video, Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen were seen ordering food from a food truck while Jack Showalter was staring at them

Who is Jack Showalter? Hooded man watching two of the victims was recently booted out of fraternity
While Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen were ordering food, a hooded man, Jack Showalter, was seen in a video staring at them (screenshot from CDT/YouTube)
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Of the four University of Idaho students killed on Sunday, November 13, two were last seen alive ordering food from a late-night food truck around 1.41 am. A video of the incident shows a man in a hoodie watching Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen as they were placing their orders and speaking to some more people present there at that time.  

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Mogen and Goncalves had gone to the Corner Club pub at 11 pm and stayed until 1.30 am. They then went to Grub Truckers around 1.40 a.m and ordered a $10 carbonara and waited about 10 minutes. While they wait, they can be seen speaking to some other people waiting by the truck.

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According to the True Crime Society, people theorized that the hooded man is Jack Showalter. According to their theories, Showalter was kicked out of his fraternity recently and that he might possess the same knife that was used to murder the said students, as people are still hunting for the murder weapon. 

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There have been no arrests so far. According to detectives, this included a man visible in the video footage and the two roommates who survived the carnage. Authorities have not completely dismissed the possibility that there might be more than one murderer. They are now trying to find out if anyone bought a fixed-blade recently.

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Moscow is a 25,000-person hamlet on the Washington State border while the University of Idaho has 11,000 students.The city had not experienced a murder in almost seven years. In recent interviews, students reportedly stated that they normally felt safe walking around late at night night or leaving their bikes unlocked around campus. However, after the gruesome murders, many students left the campus early for Thanksgiving break, fearing a "serial killer" wa son the loose. Students who stayed back have resorted to additional measures and always walking in groups. A cafe nearby reportedly told its customers that it would close early so that employees could get home before dark, as reported by New York Times.

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