The suspect in the Idaho quadruple homicide, Bryan Kohberger, is believed by many online investigators to have attended a vigil for the victims on the 17th day after their deaths.
A video they uploaded earlier this week provides the supporting evidence for their case. The vigil for Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, was held in the William H. Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center on the campus of the University of Idaho, and a man wearing a blue coat resembling Kohberger can be seen entering the building at the beginning of the clip.
Several people believe Bryan Kohberger to be the “blue coat guy” who just walked into the vigil, as one Twitter user put it. In the words of another, his presence would make sense in order for him to “absorb the sadness and fear from what he had done.” So far, there’s no evidence to suggest the man in the video is Kohnerger.
Police discovered the bodies of the two people on November 13 at their off-campus Moscow home, and so far Kohberger is the only person in custody for their murder. On the 30th of December, after four days of surveillance, he was taken into custody at his family’s home in Pennsylvania. and is being charged with four counts of murder and one count of burglary.
Internet Sleuths Assert Bryan Kohberger, Who Us Accused Of Murder, Showed Up To The Vigil For The Victims In Idaho
Pictures from a vigil held for the four University of Idaho students he is suspected of killing have been analyzed by some amateur detectives online, who say they show Bryan Kohberger.
Online vigilantes speculate that a man who looks like the 28-year-old suspect can be seen in footage from a vigil held at the university on November 30.
Tweeters are wondering if the man in the blue jacket seen in clips that have been viewed thousands of times online is actually Kohberger.
One Twitter user speculated that the blue-coated man seen at the vigil for the Idaho college students who were killed might be the same man who was being escorted into court today. The chin is weak, the nose is long, the eyes are hollow, and the hairline is at the same level. I recognized Bryan at the prayer meeting.
This claim sparked some discussion, with some people pointing out that the “blue coat guy” looked older than Kohberger. Many people dismissed this possibility because the murder suspect doesn’t appear to match the photo’s subject in terms of hairline or side profile.
One commenter stated emphatically, “Not him.” Those slanted ears and thinning hair on the head of the blue dude are not good looks. It looked like him at first, but now that I compare the two photos, I can tell that it’s not.
Others have posted side-by-side screenshots of the man from the video and photos of Kohberger in court, claiming the two are an exact match.
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One More Web Detective Agreed, Saying, “Wasn’t Sure Before, But Now I Am That’s Him”
Earlier, the father of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, who was found dead in her off-campus Moscow home with her roommates Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, admitted that his daughter’s killer might attend her vigil.
Steve Goncalves revealed in early December that postponing the funeral was in part due to his wife’s “biggest fear” that their daughter’s killer would show up to the service. Kohberger is also suspected of using the handle “Pappa Rodger” to discuss the case in a Facebook group.
A former FBI agent named Jennifer Coffindaffer has stated that one of the comments made by that account appeared to hint that Kohberger was behind the account. The blog entry stated, “According to the information made public, the murder weapon has always been a large fixed-blade knife.” This indicates to me that the sheath has been located.
A knife sheath was found at the scene of the murder, but it wasn’t revealed to the public until after Kohberger’s arrest on December 30.
How A Student Of Criminology Became An Accused Murder
The man now accused of killing four students at the University of Idaho was widely praised for his role in saving another person’s life four years before the murders.
When a grandmother working as a hall monitor for the Pleasant Valley School District started having trouble breathing and passing out, Bryan Christopher Kohberger was on duty as a part-time security officer for the district and his mother was one of the employees. It was reported by the Pocono Record that security guard Luis Fuentes sent Mr. Kohberger to get the school’s AED while other employees and emergency personnel attended to their colleague.
Mr. Kohberger and his parents, Michael and Maryann, and sisters, Amanda and Melissa, lived in a small town in Pennsylvania when he was a kid. Despite the fact that disaster was averted, the incident made the local paper. Before his arrest on December 30 for the murders of Ethan Chapin, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, he would not be mentioned online again.
For nearly seven weeks prior to Mr. Kohberger’s arrest, speculation and rumour had swirled exponentially as armchair detectives and conspiracy theorists painted all manner of pictures of the students’ then-unknown killer. Nonetheless, the sight of the tall, skinny, bushy-eyed PhD student being led around by police in handcuffs seemed to catch everyone off guard as he stared blankly in his mugshot and was escorted timidly.
Their argument is supported by a video that was uploaded to YouTube just this week. The vigil for Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, was held in the William H. Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center on campus, and a man wearing a blue coat resembling Kohberger can be seen entering the building at the beginning of the clip.