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    Suspect's alleged travels on the day of the Moscow murders. source & credit: LewistonTribune @LewistonTribune (twitter)

    An in-depth and detailed timeline of events. Credit: @SleuthieGoosie (twitter)

    Affidavit - Full details

    Bryan Christopher Kohberger appears in an Idaho courtroom for the first time since his arrest for the murders of 4 University of Idaho students. Source: @LawAndCrime (YouTube)

    Bryan Kohberger’s Status Hearing (Jan 12th 2003) Bryan Kohberger briefly appeared in court on Thursday where he waived his right to a speedy preliminary hearing. This means that the Washington State University PhD student, who is accused of murdering four University of Idaho students in the early morning hours of Nov. 13, will not appear in a courtroom again until June 26. Kohberger and his defense team also filed a request for discovery this week, asking among other things for information about a "co-defendant" in the case. The probable cause affidavit does not identify a co-defendant and authorities have not suggested that Kohberger may have had an accomplice when he allegedly murdered Madison Mogen, 21; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20. Source @LawAndCrime (YouTube)

    Suspect's preliminary hearing. Bryan Kohberger’s preliminary hearing has been set for June 26th at 9 am. Bryan Kohberger appeared in court on Thursday where he waived his right to a speedy preliminary hearing. No bail. This means that the Washington State University PhD student, who is accused of murdering four University of Idaho students in the early morning hours of Nov. 13, will not appear in a courtroom again until June 26. Kohberger and his defense team also filed a request for discovery this week, asking among other things for information about a "co-defendant" in the case. The probable cause affidavit does not identify a co-defendant and authorities have not suggested that Kohberger may have had an accomplice when he allegedly murdered Madison Mogen, 21; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20.

    Suspect's Discovery Request shorturl.at/qxDG0 The Suspect's defence team filed a request for discovery this week, asking among other things for information about a "co-defendant" in the case. Published 12th January 2023

    The University of Idaho murders: A detailed visual timeline | ABC News 20th January 2023

    What Happened at 4:06-4:20? Animation and timeline of the suspect's movements and car journey on the night of the murders.

    1122 King Rd. Moscow, Idaho / New 3D virtual tour #bryankohberger route in/out! #idahomurders ORIGINAL 3D creator: https://www.tiktok.com/@azget?_t=8Yu3XHVLM3n&_r=1 Source: YouTube content creator QueenBee

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    Items, including two double mattresses, are removed from 1122 King Road on the 8th of January 2023. Source & Credit: Fox News

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    Accused A 28-year-old man, Bryan Christopher Kohberger of Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, was taken into custody by an FBI SWAT team and Pennsylvania State Police on December 30 at the home of his parents in Chestnuthill Township in Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Kohberger (born November 21, 1994) lived in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, area throughout most of his life. Shortly after finishing Pleasant Valley High School in 2013, he attended Monroe Career and Technical Institute in Bartonsville but dropped out. Kohberger later attended Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, where he earned an associate's degree in psychology in 2018. After graduating from Northampton, he worked as a security guard for the Pleasant Valley School District. Around the same time, Kohberger attended DeSales University, where he received a B.A. in 2020 and an M.A. in 2022 in Criminal Justice. He then relocated to Washington to pursue a PhD in the same field at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington and had completed his first semester at Pullman nine days before his arrest. The Pullman campus is about 10 miles (16 km) away from Moscow. Prior to his arrest, a Facebook profile under the name "Pappa Rodger" began discussing details of the case on a Facebook group dedicated to the murder. A former FBI Agent named Jennifer Coffindaffer noted that Kohberger operated the account under an alias to discuss the murder without drawing connections to his true identity. Arrest Kohberger was arrested on four counts of first-degree murder and one felony count of burglary, was appointed a public defender and was detained without bond at the Monroe County Correctional Facility in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. On his return to the Monroe County Courthouse on January 3, 2023, he agreed to extradition. He was extradited on January 4 and taken to the Latah County Jail where he was held without bail. Kohberger made his first appearance in Latah County court on January 5, 2023, and was charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary, for breaking into a home with the intent to commit a felony. Court documents showed that Kohberger was linked to the stabbings through DNA evidence on a knife sheath found at the scene. Source: Wikipedia

    In the early hours of November 13, 2022, a mass murder took place in Moscow, Idaho, in the United States. Four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in an off-campus three-story rented home. Read more at Wikipedia

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    Plans and measurements. 1122 King Road, Moscow, Idaho.

    Drone Photos of 1122

    Gallery of Bedroom 2B (Xana's Bedroom)

    Timeline of Idaho killings: When and where the victims were targeted

    ABC 7 created a visual timeline outlining significant events regarding the University of Idaho murders.

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