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The suspect in the murder of four students in Idaho may have participated in surveillance of the victims, according to several users on the social network

The Possible Appearance Of Kohburger Has Sparked A Debate On The Twitter Platform.

The possible appearance of Kohburger has sparked a debate on the Twitter platform.

Photo: Monroe County Correctional Facility / Getty Images

Some online detectives claimed that Brian Kohberger, a suspect in the murder of four University of Idaho students, may have been there during a vigil for the deceased.

Internet users following the case have theorized that the 28-year-old was a man similar to the suspect who, according to the images, was at a vigil at the university on Nov. 30.

“The man in the blue coat appears to have a similar profile to Brian Kohberger being taken to court today for the murder of Idaho college students”., pointed to an account on Twitter. “Same weak chin, same long nose, same deep-set eyes, and same height of hair. It’s Brian on that watch!”

This claim sparked a debate in which some disbelievers argued that the subject appears to be older than Kohburger. On the other hand, other They noted that the suspect’s hairline and side profile may be different from the person in the photo.

Other users shared side-by-side screenshots of the man in the video and photos of Kohburger in court, claiming the side profiles are accurate.

One Twitter user said, “Many people think the profile of the guy in the blue coat is Brian Kohburger than Brian Kohburger.”

But despite the discord on social media, Steve Goncalves, the father of 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves, one of the fatal victims of the quadruple murder, He had previously acknowledged the possibility that his daughter’s killer could appear under surveillance.

Steve said that was one reason for postponing a funeral service, noting that his wife’s “greatest fear” was that the killer would attend a service for their daughter.

The remaining victims of the case have shocked American public opinion Madison Mogen, 21; Zana Kurnodl, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20, who was Kernodle’s boyfriend.

Kohburger’s possible appearance on November 30 isn’t the only speculation emerging from the internet. The possibility was raised recently that the suspect provided key details of the murders in a Facebook group sheltered under the alias of ‘Pappa Rogers’.

This possibility was considered by former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindafer, who assured that one of the comments made by the ‘Pappa Rodgers’ account appeared to be from Kohburger: “From published evidence, the murder weapon appears to be a large knife.” has been consistent as a steady blade of .. that leads me to believe they’ve got the sheath (of the knife).

After Kohberger’s arrest, it was revealed that officers recovered a knife sheath at the crime scene.

With information from the New York Post

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