'Bryan needs to hire this guy': Internet trolls user who said Idaho suspect didn't commit murders
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: A social media user is being trolled for defending Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, who allegedly stabbed four University of Idaho students to death. The 28-year-old has been accused of fatally stabbing University of Idaho students Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, in their off-campus three-story rented home on November 13, 2022. Kohberger was arrested in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, on Friday, December 30.
"I am very sure that he did not commit the horrendous murders in Idaho. I think the evidence is circumstantial at best and to be honest the roommate is making up the information about hearing voices and seeing a figure in black. So much that is floating around about him has been proven false. The "experts "weighing in on him are sensationalists and have taken things so out of context. This is very dangerous. I am sure that I will be proven right. The killer is still out there...," a user wrote on Reddit.
Replying to the post, one user said, "Hi Bryan. How did you get access to internet?" Another said, "Incel alert." "Bryan needs to hire this guy immediately. He’s onto something," one user said.
One user said they are "neutral," writing, "But it's disheartening how skepticism towards this arrest is treated, as we have numerous examples of LE accusing the wrong dude in past cases." "Single source DNA on a knife sheath next to the victims that matches Kohberger. What about that is circumstantial?" one user wrote, who which another replied, "DNA is exactly circumstantial. Direct evidence is an eye witness or confession. That doesn’t mean it’s less credible."
Kohberger, 28, was arrested more than 2,000 miles away from where the murders took place and agreed to be extradited to Idaho from Pennsylvania. His lawyer reportedly said that he was shocked after being arrested and was reportedly planning to deny the murders. The weapon used to stab the students to death is believed to be a fixed-blade Ka-Bar-style knife. Kohberger, a PhD student in Washington State University’s Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, was reportedly charged with four counts of murder in the first degree as well as felony burglary in connection with the deaths of the four students.
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