'Three people were there': WSU student's mom alleges Bryan Kohberger 'was not alone' for Idaho murders

'Three people were there': WSU student's mom alleges Bryan Kohberger 'was not alone' for Idaho murders
Bryan Kohberger got arrested for the brutal slayings of four University of Idaho students (Monroe County Correctional Facility, News Nation/YouTube, @kayleegoncalves/Instagram, @xanakernodle/Instagram)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Bryan Kohberger, 28, the sole suspect for the murders of four University of Idaho students was arrested on December 30 at his parents' home in eastern Pennsylvania, more than 2,500 miles away from the town of Moscow. Since, then a lot of details have emerged linking Kohberger to the killings, mostly from the probable cause affidavit that was released on January 5. The affidavit revealed that Kohberger was in the area of the murders at least 12 times before the killings and that the suspect left behind a knife sheath at the crime scene with his DNA on it. The accused was also ‘seen’ by one of the survivors, Dylan Mortensen.

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But in a recent interview, Kim, the mother of two WSU students, has come forward with some serious allegations, stating that Kohberger "was not alone" on the night of the murders, and further alleged that "there were three people there". In the very early hours of November 13, four University of Idaho students, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, were stabbed to death, in their off-campus rental home on King Road in Moscow, Idaho. Kohberger, a PhD student in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the neighboring Washington State University, was charged seven weeks later. He is still the only suspect in the case.  

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In a recent interview with a YouTube channel Chronicles of Olivia, Kim, who is reportedly a mother of two WSU students revealed some shocking information about the murders. As per the video interview, Kim's daughter reportedly told her that by 10 AM after the murders, her daughter already "knew" about the details of the incident. The daughter also told Kim that girls from the sorority Pi Beta Phi were called. The YouTube channel further reported that more people have come forward and said that starting from 8 AM that morning, people were called to the home, where the killings took place. 

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Kim even alleged that the roommates "were awake" when the murders happened. "They weren't asleep, they were awake, they heard it all." Kim further added that either "there were three people inside and one outside watching or two people inside and one outside watching". Stating that "there were three people there," she said, "I do think that Bryan was the mastermind, I do not believe he was alone because the information first given to my daughter was that there were three people there."

Kim alleged that Kohberger had been to the house prior to the killings, "I believe he has been in that house before, I think my understanding is, he had been in the house but he was a creeper and they kicked him to the curb and [he] wasn't allowed to come back, that is what I think happened a few weeks prior and I told the police that."

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