Internet picks the piece of evidence that's going to find Bryan Kohberger 'guilty'

Internet picks the piece of evidence that's going to find Bryan Kohberger 'guilty'
Bryan Kohberger is the suspect in the Idaho murders (Monroe County Correctional Facility via Getty Images)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Bryan Kohberger was arrested on Friday, December 30 as the suspect in the killing of four University of Idaho students murders. The four victims who lost their lives in the murder include Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, and Xana Kernodle, 20. 

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There is now discussion on the Internet about what evidence might prove particularly crucial in the event of a guilty verdict against Kohberger. In one of the Reddit forums, a poll was posted, "What evidence will prove most critical in the event of BK being found guilty?" It went on to say, "The PCA described some of the possible evidence that may be used by the prosecution. What will be the thing that is the most persuasive to the jury?" The options included DNA on the knife sheath, blood DNA, fingerprint evidence, evidence from the car, evidence from the cell phone network and evidence from his home.

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Bryan Kohberger talks about the murder case in front of a officer. (credits : maddiemogen/Instagram, Latah County Jail, xanakernodle/instagram)
Bryan Kohberger talks about the murder case in front of a officer (@maddiemogen/Instagram, Latah County Jail, @xanakernodle/instagram)

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'I think it’s the combined weight of the evidence that gets him'

The Internet had a different set of opinions in the poll. A user said, " I wish more people understood the concept of "totality of evidence" instead of trying to discredit each piece of evidence one at a time. Any single piece of evidence can be nitpicked. It's when you can stand back and look at the totality and realize it's ludicrous to not draw the conclusion it presents." Another added, "Indeed, it's a combination of evidence that will confirm him as the killer." Another stated, "If they find the Victims' blood in either his Pullman apartment or his car, that would be rock solid." A comment read, "The thing is it isn’t one piece of evidence. It’s the totality of the evidence. Maybe you can explain away one, but explain away all? Nah." A user further explained, "We don’t know if there’s blood dna (from Bryan at the crime scene or from the victims in his car or belongings). We also don’t know if he left fingerprints at the scene and if anything was found in his car or his apartment."

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Further, "Victims blood & fibers found in his vehicle = game over. ETA: I didn’t vote in the poll. I believe the combination of all evidence the state has, most evidence we have zero idea about, will do it," stated another. A user claimed, "I voted DNA but I’ll bet they will find a ton of evidence in his phone/computers from him stalking the victims as well. Even if he attempted to delete it, a lot of that evidence can be recovered." "Obviously any single option on its own isn’t enough, but evidence such as blood/dna from a victim if found in his car coupled with his dna on knife sheath is pretty damaging. You need both though," explained another user. A user added, "I voted blood, I know it’s not certain if they have any yet. Really though if his blood at the scene, mixed with the victims, or the victims blood in his car/ clothes its pretty hard to argue. I believe it’ll be the totality of it all though. It would be an astounding set of coincidences."



 

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This article contains remarks made on the Internet by individual people and organizations. MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and does not support claims or opinions being made online.

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