ID - 4 University of Idaho Students Died in Apparent Homicide, Moscow, 13 Nov 2022 ****Media Thread**** NO DISCUSSION #2


pretrial hearing for Idaho quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger that was scheduled for Friday has been postponed due to a reported illness.

In a court filing on Thursday, lawyers for Kohberger requested an order from the court "vacating the Defendant's Motion hearings set for September 22, 2023 at 10:30AM and 1:00PM and resetting the Defendant's Motions for October 26th, 2023." [...]

reached out to Taylor and Thompson via email for comment.


It was not the news Steve and Kristi Goncalves wanted to hear. In August 2023, just six weeks before the murder trial of Bryan Kohberger was set to begin, he waived his right to a speedy trial. They would have to wait indefinitely for their day in court.

Kristi Goncalves: I was realy hoping that, um, we could get this show on the road because the not knowing … it's just, it's agony. It's agony.

Steve and Kristi, the parents of Kaylee Goncalves, haven't left anything to chance. After the judge issued a gag order to attorneys and law enforcement "to preserve the right to fair trial," they drilled down on their own investigation and are now sharing what they believe that investigation found. Steve says he believes transparency is the best path to justice.

Steve Goncalves: We're not gonna just sit back and cross our fingers and pray that we're gonna get justice.

48Hours episode/video at MSN link above.
I have always wanted to meet Dr. Katherine Ramsland in person. Just been curious what she’s really like. I was on a mission to find her at CrimeCon. I asked her why she decided to become a serial killer expert — definitely was not expecting this answer.

Also - she can’t talk about having Bryan Kohberger as a student. Says she won’t until after the trial.


Mother of Idaho murders victim Ethan Chapin stuns true crime convention with surprise cameo​

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25 September 2023
In the newer search warrants, police expand the scope of the search to include:
  • All detailed customer click activity pertaining to knives and accessories
  • All details of payment methods used for orders made on the account
  • All details of items in carts, to include all items added to cart, all items removed or deleted from cart, and all items saved in cart, wish listed or shopping baskets
  • All suggestions made to account, to include any and all data maintained by Amazon revealing items suggested for purchase or viewing for the user
The warrants also ask for information related to reviews, advertising, and other linked accounts.

Updated: 7:53 AM MDT September 28, 2023
The warrant for Apple, obtained Aug. 1 and was returned on Aug. 9, sought all records from an Apple ID account, associated devices, history of messages sent and received from the account and any associated phone numbers, as well as iCloud history.

In those cases, the data was returned and placed into evidence by the Moscow Police Department.

The other search warrants sought YouTube search history, and financial history on Venmo and PayPal.

The filings did not include the findings of those search warrants.

Kohberger was arrested Dec. 30 and a grand jury indicted him in May.

Kohberger, who was pursuing a doctorate in criminal justice from a nearby university at the time of his arrest, has pleaded not guilty. His attorneys claimed he went for a drive alone the night and morning before the bodies’ of the victims were found.

Authorities linked Kohberger to the crime scene through cellphone signals, security camera video, a witness and the leather knife sheath, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in January.

Sep 28, 2023 Updated 8 min ago
MOSCOW, Idaho — Prosecutors in the case of Bryan Kohberger, the man charged in the fatal stabbings of four University of Idaho students, demanded customer information from Amazon related to the purchase of knives as part of their investigation, according to newly unsealed court documents. [...]

Goncalves family attorney Shanon Gray said he expects a trial date to be set once motions are heard next month. [...]

Posted - Sept. 29, 2023 at 6:58 a.m.​

Embedded in the recent order issued by Judge Judge concerning the #BryanKohberger case was an important finding. It states that issues raised by the Defense concerning a "substantial failure to comply with the procedures for selecting a Grand Jury" Do Not "Constitute a Substantial Failure to Comply." In other words, the Prosecution's Grand Jury selection process was done legally and this argument does not support a motion to stay the proceedings. We are moving down the road at a snail's pace, but we are moving. Justice for the #Idaho4.


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