Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students, has been in jail for about three months. So far, NorthEasternPost.com has learned the following concerning his time in prison.
Kohberger is being held at the Latah County Jail in Moscow, Idaho, in a maximum security cell. The jail is small about 2,000 square feet and holds about 19 people, give or take.
Because he is in protective custody, he has no contact with the other convicts. Though the other detainees are allowed to converse among themselves, Kohberger is completely secluded.
According to accounts, Kohberger is losing weight. He apparently lost a large amount of weight during his three months in prison. It’s unclear whether this is due to his vegan diet, dislike of food, or desire to reduce weight.
He has also gone to Mass on a few occasions. Kohberger is allowed to do so in the jail’s multipurpose room, also known as the library, which serves as his lone point of contact with the outside world.
Though he is not permitted to communicate with the other convicts, this is the only occasion he is permitted to sit in the same room with them.
According to NewsNation’s source, Kohberger spends a lot of time napping in addition to attending Mass. Every day, he is allowed to go outside for an hour and has access to his own television.
Kohberger’s television is located outside his cell’s bars, so he watches through them. He does, however, have the remote to control it. According to sources, he also has a tablet with an app that allows him to watch older movies for five cents per minute.
It’s unknown whether he has money, where it’s coming from, or whether he’s even spending it, but he does have access to it.
Pull-up and push-up bars, which were originally in the library as part of the gym facilities, have been removed. It’s unknown why they were taken down.
Furthermore, a source tells NorthEasternPost.com that Kohberger frequently wanders through the cell smiling, as if he has “not a care in the world.”
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