Bryan Kohberger police make a disturbing confession about bodycam footage from the arrest of a murder suspect at the University of Idaho
Court inquiries have revealed a disturbing detail surrounding the arrest of Bryan Kohberger, the man alleged to have murdered four Idaho students last year.
Kohberger, 28, allegedly broke into a home near the University of Idaho campus on November 13, 2022 and stabbed four students to death.
He is accused of murdering Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves.
Kohberger’s defense team recently filed a motion Enforcement Discovery Requestand revealed a disturbing detail related to his arrest.
The Movement was used to request the state of Idaho to grant access to “all bodycam and dashcam footage of the search and arrest of Bryan Kohberger in Pennsylvania.”
However, the state of Idaho denied the defense access to the evidence they requested on the grounds that it does not exist.
in one court records Prosecutors said on May 5, “The state is not aware of any body camera or dash cam footage beyond what has been disclosed and believes there is no body camera footage.”
The US Sun has reached out to police for comment.
The prosecution further tells the defense in the filing that they turned over 10,000 pages of reports and written material, 10,200 photos, 9,200 tips and 51 terabytes of video, audio and digital materials.
That’s what Kohberger’s lawyer Anne Taylor said Movement that her team believes the forensic evidence gathered at the family home may contain evidence that could exonerate the alleged killer.
Kohberger faces four counts of first-degree murder and burglary.
He maintains his innocence, but has not yet filed a plea.
The accused is scheduled to appear in court on May 25.
It was recently revealed that Kohberger allegedly made foreboding sexist comments towards his female colleagues before his sacking, sources said.
According to a new report, while working as a criminology assistant at Washington State University, Kohberger judged his female students more harshly than males.
Former colleagues told it NewsNation that he was known for making derogatory comments about women on the show.
Kohberger reportedly told the women at WSU that men would take all their jobs because they weren’t that smart, someone connected to the murder suspect told the outlet.
The anonymous sources claimed that several people filed complaints against him after he severely marked female students and that the school even held a training seminar on harassment.