Latest Document in Moscow Murder Case Leaves Public Concerned
It's the case that totally shocked the nation and continues to drive the public mad--Bryan Kohberger, the named suspect in Moscow, Idaho's quadruple homicide case. It began in the middle of November, early morning reports and rumors of a student found dead in a home just next to the campus of the University of Idaho quickly turned into the report of a quadruple homicide. It has shattered the hears of the university, our state, and the globe.
Now, we wait for the trial to begin in late June and because of the presumption of innocence (until proven guilty)--we hold our breaths as we wait to make sure that prosecution does indeed have the suspect in custody.
New documents from the case just arose--and many are scratching their heads. The national news outlets, of course, are keeping it dramatic. Many legal professionals say it's the prosecution simply doing their due diligence.
According to the documents, there is an ongoing "internal investigation" regarding an officer in the case-- this could mean anything from an officer holding back pertinent evidence or information (which would be quite serious for the defense) or something as simple as an officer being somehow connected to Kohberger in their past, even in the slightest way.
While national folks will continue to draw conclusions, we will keep you updated as information--factual information--is released.
After police officers made the arrest of Bryan Kohberger at his parent's home in Pennsylvania, these are the items that were taken from the home:
Items Taken from Bryan Kohberger in Pennsylvania
Once in custody, authorities across the nation served a search warrant on Kohberger's apartment in Pullman, Washington. These items were taken from that unit.
Items Taken From Idaho Murder Suspect's Apartment
It is totally insane to think that Kohberger was pulled over with his father, twice, prior to being the known suspect in this quadruple Idaho homicide-- see those traffic stops, below: