Friday, September 17, 2021

The FBI uncovers a report on the murder plan for a Colorado woman accused of Kobe Bryant’s trait infringement

The FBI recently released a 17-page report on a murder plan for hire, which was aimed at a Colorado woman who accused NBA superstar Kobe Bryant of trait violations in 2003.

This heavily edited report outlines the case against Swiss bodybuilder Patrick Graber, who offered to kill Kobe’s plaintiff and a Colorado resident for $3 million. The FBI published the report on its vault website on September 1, which is an archive of cases of major public interest.

Graber’s name was deleted from the report, but he was sentenced to three years in prison in 2004 for the plan.

According to the FBI report, Graber mailed Kobe an offer via FedEx, which included “inferring that he could make Kobe’s problems in the sexual assault case disappear for compensation.”

Bryant’s security team and his attorney handed the letter to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. According to the report, the Sheriff’s Department had a controlled meeting with the suspect. The suspect proposed to “influence the victim” during the trial. If this does not work, “fully expel the witness”.

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According to reports, after the letter was sent to Kobe, three Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies went to Eagle County to interview the woman and warned her about the threat.

The FBI uncovers a report on the murder plan for a Colorado woman accused of Kobe Bryant’s trait infringement
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