Goncalves family responds to Bryan Kohberger’s alibi

Family of victim Kaylee Goncalves questions Bryan Kohberger’s alibi in the Idaho student murders. Doubts rise as trial approaches.

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The official explanation for Bryan Kohberger‘s location on the night of the deaths has been met with resistance from the family of a University of Idaho student who was slain in 2022.

The alibi’s submission on Wednesday has increased the family of Kaylee Goncalves‘ conviction of Kohberger’s culpability, according to their statement.

“We have even greater faith in [Kohberger’s] prosecution.” According to the Defense, [Kohberger] was stargazing, trekking, and jogging late at night while driving.

Since they don’t appear to be particularly difficult tasks, we are unsure of why it has taken more than a year for this to surface,” the family said.

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According to Kohberger’s squad, he was not the murderer since, on the night of November 13, 2022, he was out on a drive. The defense team claims that they will provide expert evidence that demonstrates Kohberger’s mobile phone was not in close proximity to the house where the murders took place.

The Goncalves acknowledged doubts about their assertions.

Idaho Murders Timeline
Idaho Murders Timeline

Additionally, it directly contradicts the Probable Cause affidavit, which claims that the Defendant shut off his phone between 2:47 and 4:48 in the morning.

Thus, it would be either before or after the times of the killings if the defendant was driving and there is cell phone evidence showing he was somewhere else, according to the family.

On June 27, there will be a hearing to determine if the trial will take place in Latah County.

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