Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger is getting tons of love letters from fans!
Just when you thought an Idaho murder case couldn’t get any worse, a suspect Bryan Kohberger he has inevitably won fans… lots of fans… of the romantic variety…
While the four suspects of murder are being detained Latah County Jail in Moscow, Idaho – where University of Idaho students Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodleand Ethan Chapinwho was brutally murdered in November – seems to have been on the receiving end of “disturbing” love letters.
An unnamed employee from the correctional facility spoke to him The Messenger Monday, explains:
“He gets these letters once or twice a week. It worries him.”
WTF?? What kind of sick person would idolize a man who is said to be responsible for such a heinous crime?
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The anonymous employee said he has already received about two dozen letters, all dressed up in romantic cards, from women confessing their attraction:
“They’re usually handwritten with hearts and stars. Colored envelopes. Everyone in prison is talking about how weird it is.”
That’s really just complicated. He was charged with the murder of four college students! The children – the sisters – the friends of the people who are currently mourning the terrible tragedy for these poor students who will not be able to live their full lives now… Totally sick.
This is not the first time something like this has happened though. If you remember, back in February, a single mother Brittney Hislope wrote to Kohberger, stating that he would be her ideal husband. She wrote, among other things:
“Maybe some people don’t understand that because Bryan is my love interest that I’m based on, I don’t think about being with other people in the ways that I think about being with him . “
Then, a month later, Reddit group Bryanation he was banned from the platform for violating community guidelines after posting some really nasty stuff in terms of the accused person.
What a very complicated world we live in.
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On a less alarming note, the 28-year-old was officially indicted by a secret grand jury Wednesday in Latah County, bringing him one step closer to trial on the murder charges. The conviction, received by NBCalleging that Bryan “unlawfully entered” the victims’ home in Moscow, Idaho, and “willfully, unlawfully, willfully, premeditatedly and maliciously who were thought, killed and murdered” than four college students.
This is BIG news. We are one step closer to bringing justice to the families of the deceased students. See more (below):
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