'How to get away with murder?': Bryan Kohberger allegedly called podcast covering Idaho killings as cops searched for him
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: A former friend of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect arrested in the murders of four University of Idaho students, has claimed that he once called a podcast and made a disturbing comment. Casey Antz knew Kohberger from her days at Pleasant Valley High School and has previously shared detailed videos explaining his years before the murder. She has now discovered a podcast video and has urged that it is indeed Kohberger as it sounds like him.
In a podcast titled 'Allegedly with T-Rev', a caller tells the host that he lives in a college town where he is often asked, "How to get away with murder?" This is another indicator that it could be the 28-year-old arrested suspect as he pursued a PhD in criminology. The caller says, "I just, I found you today. I watched your live (stream) earlier this afternoon, and been watching this one, and I uh- the thing that strikes me as kind of weird about all of this is, I live in a college town, and I've worked with at least ten Sigma Chi members." The caller continues, "Every single one of them has asked me if you are gonna kill somebody how would you get away with it." The host, covering the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle, was taken by surprise.
The caller then gives his chilling theory on the matter, "And, I just wonder if, maybe, just maybe, this is nothing more than some kid in a fraternity trying to prove himself." The host then stops the caller to assess the conversation and says, "So you said you worked with five Sigma Chi kids, and they asked you if you can kill somebody and get away with it? Did I hear that right?" The voice on the other end says, "Yeah. Yeah. I don’t know if that’s just a thing that maybe people say, trying to have interesting conversation, but like, at least in my head, this is - it’s always been these dudes that were in the fraternity. It makes me wonder if that’s a thing that’s in their, like, culture."
I am the guy who originally had this caller on the phone on my podcast "Allegedly With T-REV" now everyone is saying this is the killer but i do not know this to be a fact yet so please let everyone know #Idaho4 #idahohomicides #IdahoStudentsSuspect #idahosuspect #BryanKohberger pic.twitter.com/koEPrhWyf5— T-REV (@T_REV757) December 31, 2022
Bryan Kohberger reportedly contacted podcast covering Idaho murders
The caller, who is said to be Bryan Kohberger, makes yet another strange comment. He says, "They ask to see how smart you are, and whatever, and what kind of answer you come up with." At this point, the caller who is jittery and taking heavy pauses continues, "And someone took it too far." The host, who was set aback, replies, "What kind of dudes would ask you that? That’s crazy as s**t. That’s an outrageous statement, man?" Now, Antz has taken to her social media to claim that the voice on one of the sides of the podcast is Bryan Kohberger.
In a TikTok video, Antz said, "The video of the caller on the podcast – I believe that’s him. It sounds exactly like him, in my opinion." She has previously shared details about Kohberger's life like his heroin addiction. She said, "Back in 2017 when I spoke to him he was clean. He was doing security detail at a school, I believe, but he seemed like he was better. Obviously, that wasn't true."
Her brother Thomas claimed that Kohberger was a "bully" who would regularly point out flaws and insecurities of his friends when he was overweight. Kohberger was arrested on Friday, December 30, 2022, and has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and burglary.