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The suspect in the murder of four students in Idaho allegedly discussed key details of the case in a Facebook group, detectives say

A group at the University of Idaho said that the ‘Pappa Rodgers’ profile has disappeared since Brian Kohberger was arrested.

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Online detectives are speculating whether Brian Kohberger, accused of the Idaho murders, used an alias to discuss details of the case on a social media discussion group.

It was discovered that a user named ‘Pappa Rodger’ left out important information about the crime and made several comments in a group about the murder of four University of Idaho students.

Former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer indicated she found one of the comments particularly interesting, tweeting a screenshot of a Nov. 30 post by ‘Pappa Rogers’ that read: “From the published evidence, the murder weapon has been consistent as a large fixed blade knife. This leads me to believe they got a case.

Prior to this publication, authorities had found a sheath of a knife at the crime scene, but this information was not made public until after Kohberger’s arrest last week.

A user took issue with the former agent’s post, saying she found it hard to believe the suspect would leave an incriminating digital trail, to which Coffindaffer replied: “He was driving his car, he was carrying his phone.” He’s been and hasn’t fasted enough of his case, so he thinks he can leave a digital mark. That was messed up. Intelligence without common sense equals criminal liability to be caught,

Similarly, an administrator of the ‘University of Idaho Murders’ Facebook discussion group wrote that ‘Pappa Rodger’ “argued with people constantly, and said really scary things”.

He said that profile was deleted the night before Kohberger’s arrest, he created another Facebook group, and that no one has heard from that account since the suspect’s arrest.

Meanwhile, ‘InsideLooking’ user commented on Reddit. It was speculated that Kohburger could have committed the crimes.According to Daily Mail.

“The killer was standing behind the house. He approached the property through the tree line. He entered through the sliding door and left it open. He committed the murders and left through the sliding door. a knife around the corners [sic] announcement. Time of murder approximately between 3:20 AM and 3:40 AM,” said one of the comments.

In the case that has gained national notoriety, Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were murdered, and their bodies were found on Sunday, November 13, at a home near the University of Idaho campus.

Kohburger’s capture occurred on Friday, December 30, 2022, in Pennsylvania. The suspect completed his master’s degree in criminal justice at the University of Desalles that same year, in the same state where he was arrested.

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