Idaho murders: Internet claims charges against Bryan Kohberger are 'listed in order' of victims' deaths

Idaho murders: Internet claims charges against Bryan Kohberger are 'listed in order' of victims' deaths
Bryan Kohberger was detained on January 4 after being taken into custody in the Latah County Jail that evening after being extradited from Pennsylvania (Latah County Sheriff's Office, Instagram/@kayleegoncalves, @xanakernodle)

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

MOSCOW, IDAHO: Bryan Christopher Kohberger, the suspect, was identified and apprehended more than a month after the terrible killings of four University of Idaho students. On November 13, Kohberger allegedly killed Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves, and now he is facing his trial in Idaho after being extradited from Pennsylvania.

Since Kohberger's arrest, the Internet has been wondering if the charges against the suspect are "listed in the order" of the Idaho murder victims' deaths. Along similar lines, a Twitter user wrote, "Perhaps the charges against Bryan are listed in the order of their deaths. Maddie, Kaylee, Xana, Ethan #IdahoFour #Moscow4 #BryanKohberger"

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However, there is no formal confirmation of the above-mentioned details. Since the murders, online detectives have made countless similar speculative remarks. However, the Moscow Police Department has kept the matter relatively private up to this point. When the sealed affidavits were made public in court, crucial details and evidence obtained by the police were made public, as reported by MEAWW.



 

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Crime scene details mentioned in affidavit

Authorities detected DNA related to Kohberger 28-year-old man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students on a leather knife sheath in one of the victims' bedrooms at the crime scene and made a DNA match by examining his parents' garbage bin, according to a newly published affidavit. Authorities located a brown leather knife sheath sitting on the bed where Mogen and Goncalves' bodies were recovered, as reported by Insider

According to recently disclosed court documents, the survivor, Dylan Mortensen, told authorities that she watched the masked attacker leave the house and overheard him telling his victims, "I'm going to help you," before stabbing them to death. She apparently observed "a figure clad in black clothing and a mask that covered the person's mouth and nose walking towards her" as she stood in the "frozen shock phase."

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Mortensen described the figure as "5'10" or taller, male, not very muscular, but athletically built with bushy eyebrows," the affidavit mentioned. The suspect then proceeded past her to the back sliding glass door of the house. She then claimed to have locked herself in her room, as per the affidavit.

Victims death timing

Before releasing the police affidavit on Thursday, January 5, authorities claimed that they believed the four students were killed inside their off-campus Moscow house on November 13 between three and four in the morning. The authorities now suspect all four pupils were killed between 4 am and 4.25 am. The time period of one hour has recently been reduced to 25 minutes, according to the affidavit released. The police now believe Kernodle was still alive at 4.12 am because phone records show she was using TikTok, implying she was still awake, as reported by MEAWW.

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Kohberger's trial after extradition

Kohberger was detained on January 4 after being taken into custody in the Latah County Jail that evening after being extradited from Pennsylvania. On January 5, he made his first court appearance in Idaho. He made the choice not to plead guilty at the hearing. Moreover, Kohberger's request for bail was turned down. Therefore, he will stay in custody until his next court appearance on January 12.

Kohberger has still not been proven guilty. Jason LaBar, Kohberger's public defender in Pennsylvania, stated that the 28-year-old was "eager to be exonerated." In this case, the judge has issued a gag order. According to Megan Marshall, the Latah County Magistrate Judge, neither the detectives nor the attorneys for either side are eligible to publicly discuss the pending case.

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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.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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