'This is victim blaming': Internet says girls did not 'bully' Bryan Kohberger but simply 'set boundaries'

'This is victim blaming': Internet says girls did not 'bully' Bryan Kohberger but simply 'set boundaries'
Bryan Kohberger was arrested on December 30, 2022, in relation to the murders of four University of Idaho students (Monroe County Correctional Facility)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The internet has stepped up after reports of Bryan Kohberger, the criminology student charged with the murders of four University of Idaho students on December 30, was said to be bullied for his weight and lack of social skills according to his former Pennsylvania classmate. As previously reported, some of his classmates, particularly girls, made fun of Kohberger and threw things at him.

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However, one of the Reddit users pointed out that the suspect was not bullied by girls in school. Girls set boundaries he disrespected. The user wrote, "People need to stop calling it bullying when a certifiable creep is told off by girls or women. It is NOT our responsibility to manage the emotions of someone we set a boundary with. Boys/men are not entitled to making girls or women feel uncomfortable. When girls set a boundary, offensive or not, we need to stop calling it bullying. He was upsetting girls to the point they were telling him off. They are the victims. Not him. This is victim blaming. The same thing as saying women who dress provocatively are asking for it."

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The bashing continued with one saying, "People try way too hard to make excuses for men’s behavior and it’s gross." Another added, "I was horrendously bullied, but I don’t go around murdering people. Men need to stop making excuses." One more said, "Deciding to grow is a choice people have to make. He apparently didn't."

One of many questioned, "Why exactly did he murder a bunch of children almost a decade younger than him, then? They surely weren't the ones bullying him in high school." While another said, "Nothing will ever change. Not until people actually hold men accountable for their actions. This incel bullsh*t needs to actually have consequences." 

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Could not take 'no' for an answer from women

Dominique Clark, a former classmate of Kohberger who attended elementary and high school with him, said that he could not take "no" for an answer from women he was interested in. "If he liked or was interested in a girl and she wasn’t, he didn’t understand why or just didn’t accept her saying no and move on and so he would have been labeled as a creep or something along those lines," said Clark, as earlier reported.

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Kohberger, who graduated from DeSales University in Pennsylvania in May 2022 with a master of arts in criminal justice and is a PhD student in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Washington State University, was arrested by the FBI and Pennsylvania State Police, arraigned by a Monroe County judge and ordered to be held without bail, as previously reported. He faces four counts of first-degree murder for the brutal stabbings of four students.

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