Amazon Warrants Detail More of Ongoing Idaho Murder Investigation
On Thursday, September 28th, more documents surfaced surrounding the legal proceedings of the State of Idaho vs Bryan Kohberger. Kohberger, the suspect in the gruesome University of Idaho murders, has been in custody since late December of 2022.
The murders totally shocked the globe and to this day, have millions just baffled. In the middle of the night, four University of Idaho students were brutally stabbed to death--with law enforcement officers saying that they believe on man did this in just a matter of minutes. Two roommates survived, having witnessed just about nothing, and an entire college campus neighborhood was left stumped and frankly, feeling very unsafe.
Now in custody, the man that law enforcement says committed these crimes awaits his legal process. The trial, originally set to start in early October, now has no start date as he recently waived his right to a speedy trial. Experts now say it could be a year or even longer until a trial on this case begins.
Court documents from earlier this year have just been unsealed today and those that are following the case closely are always on standby for these "nuggets" of information. This time, the public is seeing that law enforcement officials aggressively sought information around Kohberger's digital footprint--specifically, activity on Amazon. If you recall, part of their evidence on Kohberger upon arrest was proof that he had ordered a knife on Amazon.
According to these documents, investigators served one of the search warrants to Amazon on May 10th, and said there was reason to believe that activity on the site from March 20-30, 2022 and Nov. 1-Dec. 6, 2022, could help them piece together their investigation. Officials asked for all click activity to knives and accessories.
YouTube and Apple were also both served search warrants--looking for activity online and with Apple, data as specific as screen orientation changes, motion notifications, and more.
It's fascinating to see how these investigators are working to help prove the prosecution's case.
See the warrants in full, HERE.
Here's a look at some of the footage that many believe catches Kohberger circling the home, just minutes before the murders--this video footage leaked and appears to check out as legitimate.