'Too risky for road travel': Internet believes Fed Marshals will airlift Bryan Kohberger to Idaho for trial

'Too risky for road travel': Internet believes Fed Marshals will airlift Bryan Kohberger to Idaho for trial
Bryan Kohberger has been extradited to Idaho for trial (Law and Crime/Youtube, Monroe County Correctional Facility)

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

MOSCOW,IDAHO: After willingly accepting to be extradited, Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the fatal stabbing of four University of Idaho students in their beds, will be taken to Idaho to face murder charges. The 28-year-old appeared in court after being detained in Pennsylvania following a raid on his family's house on December 30.

The arrest of Kohberger has led to numerous speculations and theories on the Internet. Recently, a Twitter user speculated that Kohberger will be airlifted from Pennsylvania to Idaho by the "Fed Marshals" after the extradition.



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The Twitter user wrote, "Fed Marshalls are in charge of transportation of #BryanKohberger from PA to #Idaho4 via Con Air. HOODED until inside.Feds transport 260k+ prisoners a year. BCK won't be alone. Feds have 10 days. To risky to do ground travel which is very uncomfortable/painful/cruel. Imo #Moscow4."

Along with the tweet, the user shared four photos of the aircraft and transportation system in place to move prisoners. The user shared a screenshot of the Flight Radar 24 page, which features Air Boeing 737-4YO of the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System that transports prisoners, as claimed by the user.


One of the photos reads, "In 1995, the air fleets of the Marshals Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) merged to create the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System (JPATS). The merger created a more efficient and effective system for transporting prisoners and criminal aliens. Operated by the Marshals Service, Justice Prisoner, and Alien Transportation System is one of the largest transporters of prisoners in the world - handling hundreds of requests every day to move prisoners between judicial districts, correctional institutions, and foreign countries."



However, it is impossible to verify the accuracy of these claims independently. Since the investigation into this awful murder case began, strange statements without any backing have been made online. As a result, it is wiser to believe the data that authorities have released.

Stabbed students 

Kohberger is suspected of killing housemates Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kernodle's boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, 20, in the early hours of November 13 of last year, as he is claimed to have trespassed in the house and stabbed the four of them with a J-shaped knife. 


Extradition hearing

Kohberger signed a form allowing his extradition despite his denial of murder, and he will now be sent to Idaho sometime during the next ten days. When he enters the state, he will receive a sealed document with an arrest warrant for the deaths that details the events that led authorities to suspect him of the crime.

The victims' university, the University of Idaho, is nine miles from Kohberger's Pullman, Washington, criminology study location. In December, he and his father drove across the country from Idaho to Pennsylvania, where they arrived on December 13—a month after the killings.  Jason LaBar, the top public defender for Monroe County, said in a statement that his client, Kohberger, "is eager to be exonerated of these charges and looks forward to resolving these matters as promptly as possible," as reported by MEAWW.


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