'He had a whole month': Internet believes Bryan Kohberger could've got rid of physical evidence
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Every day there are some new speculations made on the internet on the basis of judgments, shreds of evidence, and witnesses in the Idaho murder case. The latest is a Reddit discussion on whether Bryan Kohberger could have got rid of the evidence as he had over a month before the arrest.
Four students from the University of Idaho Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kerndole, Madison Mogen, and Ethan Chapin, were brutally stabbed to death on November 13. Kohberger, the suspect in the heinous murders of four students at the University of Idaho, was identified and taken into custody more than a month after the crimes were committed. He is being held on suspicion of four charges of first-degree murder in addition to criminal burglary.
To open the discussion on Kohberger allegedly destroying evidence, a user wrote, "Is it possible that BK could have gotten rid of any physical evidence that could link him to the murders? Since BK was arrested weeks after the murders and wasn’t on LE radar for some time could he have gotten rid of or cleaned up any physical evidence that could link him to the murders? I’m sure with his background in criminology he would know what to get rid of and how to get rid of it."
The comment section under this post was filled with opinions and theories with many appearing to be sure about Kohberger tampering with the evidence. A user wrote, "He did have a whole month and may have even disposed of things on the way from the house. but we’re talking about a guy who drove to this area 12 times prior with his phone on, committed the crime w his phone on him and used his own car so he’s clearly not the br Wheret of the bunch." Another user wrote, "Well duh… and he probably did exactly that. Or the best he could to his ability/ knowledge." Yet another user wrote, "Sure. Probably scrubbed everything he had and his car like 30 times with oxiclean. I bet they get very little out that car,"
Some users joined dots to the pieces of evidence missing in the case and many also speculated where the evidence would be and how the accused would have cleaned his trials. A user wrote, "It’s not if, it’s how much." Another user wrote, "It seems obvious that he did. Where's the knife? Where's the mask? Where are the clothes he wore that night? He ought to have gotten rid of his car's upholstery and carpet, but I bet he didn't. The rest of the stuff is probably in the Snake River." Yet another user wrote, "They are thinking that he took the long way home after the murders. They have shown a map of the route that they believe he took to get home. Mostly back roads. If he did it, I think he disposed of his clothes, shoes and knife on his unusual way home."
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