G. McConway
August 24, 2023

Idaho Murder Suspect Kohberger Waives Right to Speedy Trial

I have to say, right from the start, Bryan Kohberger has played this entire thing out a bit out of the norm.

Kohberger, if you recall, is the man who was arrested for the horrific murders of four students who lived at a Moscow, ID, home near the University of Idaho campus where they attended.

Kohberger threw another wrench into the system this week, waiving his right to a speedy trial, which had been scheduled to start on October 2, reported Fox News.

I Don’t Think So

There were five people living in the home when Kohberger allegedly entered the home and carried out a series of gruesome murders.

The victims were Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen, who all lived at the house, and Etham Chapin, who was dating Kernodle.

There were people home on the first floor at the time of the killings, but Kohberger, for some reason, allowed them to live.

He allegedly entered the home around 4 a.m. catching most of the victims after they had just gotten home from a night on the town.

One of the victims’ family was clearly upset, as though he was doing this to torture them further.

They stated, "We are afraid he is going to waive his rights to a speedy trial. If he does, trial will not be starting on Oct 2nd and it is very likely that it won't take place for years. We want to get this trial over. Just thinking it could be years absolutely kills me.”

Save the Donald Trump trials, this will be the “other” trial of the decade.

So many people are dying to get inside this kid’s brain to truly figure out what motivated him to commit such brutal murders, then be able to walk away and go through life as though nothing happened.

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