"Was Anyone Else Arrested?" Asks Bryan Kohberger?
As part of his research for both of his degrees in criminal studies, the man suspected of killing four people in Idaho went on Reddit and asked other criminals how they planned their crimes and chose their victims. His name, Bryan Kohberger.
Kohberger, who is 28 years old, is currently being held in detention while he awaits extradition from Pennsylvania to Idaho. In the early hours of Friday morning, he was taken into custody in the Poconos in connection with the terrible killings that took place on November 13. Police also seized a white Hyundai Elantra matching the description of the car that police had earlier said they were trying to locate from the scene.
The suspect, who stands 6 feet tall and weighs 185 pounds, has not yet made any remark to the public.
He was a student on the campus of Washington State University, which is only a ten-minute drive from the location where the remains of the deceased students were discovered in their shared house a month ago.
Those that are captivated with crime This individual, who is 28 years old, has an undergraduate degree and was working toward a doctorate in the fields of criminal justice and criminology.
As part of his prior undergraduate degree from De Sales, which he finished earlier this year, he questioned convicts about their offenses and how they planned to prepare for them.
Reddit was one of the places he looked for willing individuals.
"Hello, my name is Bryan, and I am inviting you to participate in a research project that seeks to understand how feelings and psychological traits influence decision-making when committing a crime." "Hello, my name is Bryan, and I am inviting you to participate in a research project that is seeking to understand how feelings and psychological traits influence decision-making
"In particular, this study attempts to comprehend the story behind your most recent criminal offense, with a focus on your thoughts and feelings throughout your experience," he added. "This study seeks to understand the story behind your most recent criminal offense." [Citation needed]
Some of the questions that were asked were as follows: "Had you planned to commit the crime before you left your house?" and "Why did you chose that victim or target above others?" as well as, "What was the very first step that you took to achieve your objective?"
Another question that was asked was, "After committing the crime, what were you thinking and feeling?"
There has been no response to the news of Kohberger's detention from either his family or the institution.
It is not clear whether he knew any of the four people who were killed on November 13, or why the police assume he is involved in the case.
According to sources within the police department, officers were keeping an eye on Kohberger and even followed him to Pennsylvania, where his family resides.
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