Idaho murders: New footage shows Bryan Kohberger DID NOT attend vigil held for slain students after all
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: A new video has clarified that the quadruple homicide suspect Bryan Kohberger did not go to the vigil organized for the victims. Earlier, several online sleuths had tried to assert that the 28-year-old was spotted at the event. They even reportedly found a person 'matching' his description.
But now, footage shared by Inside Edition has shown the face of the man, which keyboard detectives were mistakenly identifying as Kohberger. The identity of that man is not known but it’s sure that he looks nothing like the PhD student, who allegedly stabbed Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, and Kaylee Goncalves on November 13 at their off-campus house on 1122 King Road.
Currently, Kohberger is being held at Latah County jail and is facing four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary charges. He was arrested on December 30, 2022, after his DNA was discovered on a knife sheath, which he apparently left at the murder house. Besides this, the police affidavit further revealed that he had stalked the four students for months before taking their lives.
Not just that, but shockingly, just hours after allegedly carrying out his evil act, Kohberger reportedly came back to the house where the victims were killed. Kaylee’s sister Alivea Goncalves has shared her thoughts over this as she told News Nation, “A lot of that comes from the fact that he had visited the home so many times before, late at night and early hours. He’s presented this pattern of behavior. He went back to the home the morning of, before police had been called, I think to see if his circus, so to say, had started to unfold.
“I think he would not have been able to refrain from engaging with the online communities, the theories, the conspiracies, and everything in between.” Alivea also urged people to be compassionate towards one of the surviving women, who was at the house when the slayings happened. She also apparently saw the killer leaving the house but took hours before calling 911. The sister added, “She was probably really, really scared. Until we have any more information, I think everyone should stop passing judgment because you don’t know what you would do in that situation.”
Meanwhile, the new video has received numerous reactions from people online with one saying, “No doubt half the stuff coming out online is just made-up nonsense too.” Another one tweeted, “I said it wasn’t him from the jump. Different hair line, different nose, ears. Walks different and this guy was thinner than BK in my opinion.” The third one wrote, “Yea, I think the side profile and height and nose made people wonder. Especially because several profilers had previously said it would be something he might do, try and observe and feed off of the reactions.”
No doubt half the stuff coming out online is just made up nonsense too.🧐— Miss4Tune (@playmistie4me) January 10, 2023
I said it wasn’t him from the jump. Differnt hair line, different nose, ears. Walks different and this guy was thinner than BK in my opinion— SassySam (@SassySam6297) January 10, 2023
Yea, I think the side profile and height and nose made people wonder. Especially because several profilers had previously said it would be something he might do, try and observe and feed off of the reactions.— sun.n.smiles (@bcstallen) January 10, 2023
There were a few reactions on YouTube as well with one person commenting, “People should be careful when making false claims.” Another person shared, “Thank you for reporting the FACTS, aside that no one on Inside Edition guessed or thought ‘the killer must have left a sheath’. Only the killer, LE, and Bureau knew about the sheath. However, debunking the vigil sighting is great! Thank you.”
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