It was a case that shocked the entire nation--four innocent lives taken just steps away from the campus of the University of Idaho in the early hours of a Sunday morning. Police responded to the scene, alerting the community to stay sheltered and eventually, details broke that four students were killed, by knife, in the same home.

For weeks, the world watched as our beloved small Moscow, Idaho community tried to navigate healing and safety. National noise was abundant, with heavy criticism pointed at the school, local law enforcement, and more. It was not an easy period for anyone.

Just over a month later, authorities held a press conference--a suspect, Bryan Kohberger, was in custody and they assured the public that they believed this to be the one, true suspect.

Now, over a year later, families of the four victims and the world wait and watch the legal process pay out but many feel it hasn't even started. After waiving his right to a speedy trial, the courts now have an occasional hearing with the defense and prosecution but no trial has began and there isn't even one on the books.

In a hearing held on January 26th, the defense for Kohberger said that there is no way they will be ready for trial--until the year 2025--citing that over 50 terabytes of data remain to be reviewed--that's hours of video, hundreds of thousands of images, and perhaps millions of pages of documents.



Prosecution believes they can be ready by Summer of 2024 but that just doesn't feel realistic.

At one point in the hearing, the prosecution even said if it can't happen this summer--than they should wait until next summer as not to disrupt the small town during the school year. Kohberger's defense team told the judge that while the motion hasn't been filed yet, that isn't a concern of theirs because they intend to request a change of venue.

Many believe that means Kohberger's trial will be held in Boise.

No decision was made and the Judge did express his best to the families of the victims, who are being impacted by the continual delay of this trial as they try and heal.

Leaked Video Claims To Capture Idaho Murder Suspect

While at this time, the footage remains in a state of speculation--a lot of the information known about this Idaho case seems to line up well with what has surfaced in this video.

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WATCH: Images Capture Murder Suspect's Traffic Stops

Bryan Kohberger and his father were pulled over twice in Indiana while traveling across the country to Pennsylvania from Pullman, Washington.

Body Cam footage is broken down below--keep scrolling for the FULL VIDEO.

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Moscow Murder Scene Recreated in Popular Sims Video Game

A video has surfaced which gives a tour of the Moscow, Idaho home where 4 college students were tragically killed--as recreated in Sims. The creator shared that she hopes it does not offend anyone, but that it was her way of trying to help.

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