"Sexist Attitude" Got Kohberger Fired From Teaching | #BryanKohberger #IdahoMurders

Episode 10,  Feb 08, 02:36 PM

It has been revealed that Bryan Kohberger, the person suspected of killing four students at the University of Idaho, was terminated from his position as a teaching assistant just days before he was taken into custody for the suspected murders of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20 who, were all stabbed to death in the early hours of November 13 after Kohberger, 28, is accused of entering into a rented home in Moscow, Idaho, and murdering them all. Kohberger is 28 years old.

 At the time of the deaths, Kohberger was a PhD candidate in criminology and teaching assistant at Washington State University in neighboring Pullman.

However, Kohberger had been issued multiple warnings by the university in the months leading up to his arrest, and he was officially fired from his position as a teaching assistant on December 19, according to a report that was published on Tuesday by Ashleigh Banfield of NewsNation, who cited multiple sources who requested anonymity.

According to Banfield, a letter that was handed to Kohbrger before he was dismissed indicated that he had a "sexist attitude" towards women he interacted with at the institution, that he was "rude" to women, and that he evidently rated them differently than men.

According to reports, the letter also provided a timeline of the events that led up to Kohberger's dismissal, beginning with an alleged "altercation" with a lecturer on September 23, just weeks into the job.

According to Banfield, the letter claims that Kohberger and the professor got together on October 3 to talk about "professional behavior." Banfield stated the letter makes this claim. It was then alleged that the professor sent Kohberger an email on the 21st of October to inform him that he had failed to satisfy the expectations that had been laid forth in the meeting earlier that month.

They got together once more on November 12 to talk about a "improvement plan," and then they got together once more on December 7 to talk about how well that plan was working out.

According to reports, the second confrontation took place on December 9 between Kohberger and the professor. He was officially terminated 10 days later.

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