Did defense take Bryan Kohberger's sister to murder house? Internet goes crazy over alleged sighting

Did defense take Bryan Kohberger's sister to murder house? Internet goes crazy over alleged sighting
Some Twitter users think Bryan Kohberger's sister was part of the team that visited the murder house (Twitter/@MuffyDeadinside and Monroe County Correctional Facility)

This article is based on sources and MEAWW cannot verify this information independently.

MOSCOW, IDAHO: The experts employed by Bryan Kohberger's defense team reportedly visited the King Road house, where four students were murdered, on January 3. It has been said that there were three men and two women surveying the place, where the lives of Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen were taken away on November 13 as they slept.

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However, what has grabbed people’s attention online is one of the women investigators, who allegedly looked like the alleged killer’s sister, Amanda Kohberger. As per a Twitter user who shared some interesting points related to the case, Amanda was at the crime scene along with other experts. The person, who uses @MuffyDeadinside as their username, shared, “You’ve got the sister of #BryanKohberger taking a tour of the crime scene 🤦🏼‍♀️🤯,” while attaching a few photos and a short clip.

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Another user appeared to concur with @MuffyDeadinside and tweeted, “100 percent her and I love it. Family always has your back and she’s trying to process the whole thing. If my brother killed someone in a case like this, I would be there to find out all the facts, details, motivations, and even his defense.” A third stated, “100% her.”



 

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However, most accused @MuffyDeadinside of spreading lies as a person wrote, “Just think logically. Would a relative of an accused murderer really be authorized to enter an active crime scene in a current investigation. You really believe that would be ok? You really believe that would happen?” Another tweeted, “No family would be allowed at a crime plus she has zero credentials or certification. The defense can't just add her lol, she's not a lawyer. Where do people get this crap? Imagine letting a sibling into a crime scene, yeah the prosecution let it happen. 1st time in US history.”

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But @MuffyDeadinside was not convinced as they pointed out, “I agree with all that. That’s why I shared this and not one person has been able to identify her. They just keep saying it’s not her, she’s part of the defence team but no one can provide any proof.” A user identified as @luvs2golf5723 replied, “Muffy good grief why the obsession w/this woman. WTH? What matters is it’s definitely NOT a fam member or friend. Just use common sense. It’s probably someone the DA wanted an opinion from. you seem to be the only one who cares & ur spreading rumors!”



 

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“Have you ever, in your entire life, heard of the family of the accused being allowed to visit an active, sealed crime scene? No. So, who it is doesn't matter, but it ain't his sister,” a tweet directed at @MuffyDeadinside said. Another added, "I don’t know why you shared this garbage. There is zero chance it would be her. None. Leave the family alone. They lost a son and a brother in this."



 

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