Idaho Murders: Bryan Kohberger’s Disturbing Past Comments Have Surfaced

The chilling online comments that the alleged murderer Bryan Kohberger made when he was a teenager have resurfaced. The comments reveal that he felt “blank,” had “no emotion,” and felt “little remorse” years before he allegedly murdered four students at the University of Idaho in a brutal knife attack.

In an online forum in 2011, when he was just 16 years old, Mr. Kohberger discussed the difficulties he was having with his mental health. He reported seeing “nothing” when he looked at his own family.

“As I hug my family, I look into their faces, I see nothing, it is like I am looking at a video game, but less,” he wrote in his journal. “It is like I am looking at a computer game, but less.”

After more than a decade has passed, he is currently on trial for the killings that occurred on November 13 and involve Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. The murders took place.

Chronicles of Olivia, a channel on YouTube, uploaded a sit-down interview with the Goncalves family on Friday. The conversation was recorded two days before Mr. Kohberger’s arrest on the 30th of December. Kaylee was recalled by her family as a young woman who put in a lot of effort and had graduated high school early by taking advantage of summer classes.

Mr. Kohberger made his appearance in court on Thursday, and during that time, he consented to renounce his right to a rapid preliminary hearing. His next court appointment has been set for 26 June.

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