Did Bryan Kohberger’s ‘plan’ in Idaho murders home fall apart?

Within a murderer's mind: CAITLYN BECKER, who was there at the incident, explains how'stalker' Bryan Kohberger's meticulous plot to kill just ONE of the Idaho students went wrong.

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According to an examination of the evidence against alleged quadruple killer Bryan Kohberger, 28, the criminology student most likely had just one victim in mind on the night of the heinous slayings. His precise efforts, however, seem to have gone awry after he entered the house.

According to federal authorities, Kohberger preyed on the girls residing at 1122 King Road by prowling their house regularly in the weeks leading up to the massacre, but it didn’t stop there.

According to sources acquainted with the investigation, the suspect went to great pains to prepare for his crime, including tormenting one of the victims online, watching their every move on social media, and loitering around the University of Idaho campus.

In Idaho, Kohberger is charged with four counts of premeditated murder and one count of criminal burglary. He has yet to enter a plea.

According to the Monroe County District Attorney’s office in Pennsylvania, at the time of his arrest, Kohberger was in his parent’s kitchen ‘wearing latex medical type gloves and allegedly removing his own garbage and putting it into different zip lock baggies,’ according to local source BRC13.

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