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The former criminology student claimed he was on one of his customary nighttime drives “to hike and run and/or see the moon and stars,” miles away from the killings.
Two of the victims' families objected to the demolition, arguing it could be relevant during the suspect's trial.
University of Idaho President Scott Green said the demolition of the rental where the four students were killed in November 2022 will begin on Dec. 28.
Family members of murder victims say they’ve found a unique opportunity for support and advocacy at the annual convention of true crime fans.
The Texas tarot card reader's "outrageous" claim has resulted in months of legal proceedings in federal court — and a wild attempt to countersue.
Bryan Kohberger was not in the area at the time four University of Idaho students were killed on Nov. 13, his attorney said, without providing information or evidence about where he was.
But the University of Idaho said it still expects to demolish the rental house later this year.
Bryan Kohberger pleaded not guilty in the fatal stabbings of Kaylee Goncalves, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.
With the sweeping gag order and no preliminary hearing ahead of Bryan Kohberger’s murder trial, people fill in the vacuum of information with theories and “scoops” from anonymous sources.
Prosecutors have so far shared few details, including a possible motive, about the case, which has prompted intense speculation on social media.