The question of how Bryan Kohberger might “narrate” a story about where he was during the Idaho killings in order to avoid punishment has begun to surface on the internet. In an off-campus rental home adjacent to the University of Idaho, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were killed on November 13, 2022.
Kohberger was the only suspect apprehended by authorities following many weeks of sleuthing and tens of thousands of leads. The reason behind the violent stabbings remains a mystery to the detectives. Kohberger’s cell phone data was one of the things investigators tracked, they said, and this made them think he was the main suspect.
Web sleuths react to new court documents about Bryan Kohberger
A recent court document allegedly showing the “defendant’s response to plaintiff’s request for discovery” stated, among other things, that the prosecution lacked any kind of proof, reports, or mental evaluations to establish Kohberger was guilty. Now, a number of people are asserting that Kohberger might invent a new story to save himself from potential penalties.
A person wrote on Reddit, “I have the same question. I feel like he can’t prove where he was at the time of the murder, hence no physical records to present at the moment. But then he obviously can’t show a photo of him sleeping in bed or driving around in his car insomniac-style. But the witness might mean that he can bring someone forward to testify that he was with them at the time of the murders. No idea. So confusing. However, since it’s the prosecution that is charging him and he is not required to prove anything other than that the evidence pros have against him is false, this sounds sensible too.”