Is 'Pappa Rodgers' Bryan Kohberger? Ex-FBI agent believes Idaho suspect joined online discussion groups
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: A specific rumor is making rounds on several social media platforms that Bryan Kohberger, who allegedly murdered four University of Idaho students, was in online discussion groups. Moreover, it has been said that he was participating in these discussions and provided several credible tips. In one of the social media posts, he allegedly went as far as to explain that the murder weapon was a sharp knife and that the police already had the knife sheath. However, it turned out to be the exact information. The discussion harnessed some attention and an ex-FBI investigator also believes that Kohberger was a part of these discussions.
Jennifer Coffindaffer, a former FBI investigator, has been actively giving input in the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, Maddie Mogen, and Xana Kernodle. Now she believes that the PhD student at WSU was under two aliases - 'Pappa Rodgers' on Facebook and 'InsideLooking' on Reddit. These two accounts have posted and commented on numerous posts with information that is strikingly accurate to that of the recent affidavit that was released. Coffindaffer tweeted, "I have followed #papparodger comments with intrigue. This comment was of particular interest after the release of the PCA. The comments just seem to hit home... #BryanChristopherKohberger #Idaho4suspect #moscowhomicide."
Many people in these Reddit and Facebook groups became instantly suspicious hours after Bryan Kohbeger was taken into custody. Coffindaffer continued the thread and posted, "He drove his own car, carried his phone, and didn't Clip in his sheath tight enough, so I do believe he could leave a digital trail. He was a hot mess. Intelligence w/no common sense equals a criminal bound to be caught. #bryankohburger #moscowhomicide."
I have followed #papparodger comments with intrigue. This comment was of particular interest after the release of the PCA. The comments just seem to hit home...#BryanChristopherKohberger #Idaho4suspect #moscowhomicide pic.twitter.com/gXABsTnGVZ— Jennifer Coffindaffer (@CoffindafferFBI) January 7, 2023
He drove his own car, carried his phone, and didn't Clip in his sheath tight enough, so I do believe he could leave a digital trail. He was a hot mess. Intelligence w/no common sense equals a criminal bound to be caught.#bryankohburger #moscowhomicide— Jennifer Coffindaffer (@CoffindafferFBI) January 7, 2023
Is 'Pappa Rogers' Bryan Kohberger?
One user pointed out, "I took screenshots of everything Pappa Rodger posted. This is one of the creepiest. Pappa posted the question as to why the killer chose that house. This commenter listed potential reasons and Pappa simply responded with “Excellent.” I guess Bryan’s reason is within that commenters post. If Pappa was just a random guy, I feel his response would’ve been different than “excellent.”" In one of the Facebook posts, Pappa Rodgers posted, "Of the evidence released, the murder weapon has been consistent as a large fixed blade knife. This leads me to believe they found the sheath. This evidence was released prior to autopsies."
One user pointed out a specific post, "If Papa Rodger is Bryan this particular post he made becomes more interesting. Nobody commented nor liked the posts, including myself when it was made. He may be providing a clue to the other two unsolved murders in Oregon and Washington that also happened on the 13th of the month?" Another user found a Reddit post made by InsideLooking which reads, "Killer parked behind the house. Approached property through tree line. Entered sliding door and left it open. Committed murders and exited sliding door. One knife according to corners [sic] statement. Time of murder approximately 3:20am - 3:40 am according to car fleeing scene and on camera on highway 8 approximately 3:45am. Vehicle left skid marks upon exit."
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