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How Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger nabbed by cops because of bushy eyebrows

How Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger nabbed by cops because of bushy eyebrows

According to a new report, Bryan Kohberger’s distinctive brows were one of the first clues that linked him to the heinous Moscow murders.

Investigators assigned to the Nov. 13 stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students zeroed in on the Ph. student as a potential culprit because of his “bushy eyebrows,” Airmail reported.

How Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger nabbed by cops because of bushy eyebrows
Kohberger waived his right to a speedy trial and his next hearing is set for June.

“[The suspect] was dressed in a mask that covered his mouth and nose. However, not his eyes. “Or his brows,” author Howard Blum writes, referring to survivor Dylan Mortensen’s description of the man she saw leaving the 1122 King Road home on the night of the murders.

When police later identified Kohberger as the possible driver of the 2015 Hyundai Elantra seen speeding away from the crime scene, they were struck by the bushy brows in his license photo.

“He quickly zeroed in on the brows: they were bushy,” Blum recalls the moment Corporal Brett Payne, the lead investigator on the Moscow case, saw Kohberger’s face for the first time.

After a nearly seven-week manhunt, Kohberger, 28, was apprehended on Dec. 30 at his parents’ Pennsylvania home.

The former criminology doctoral student is now being held in Idaho on four counts of homicide and one count of felony burglary in the deaths of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20.

Final photo of the victims, pictured just hours before their untimely deaths.
The four students were killed in their home as they slept.

The four college friends were murdered in cold blood in their beds as they slept on Nov. 13, last year, in a shocking knife attack.

Despite the fact that Kohberger has been arrested in connection with the murders, few links between him and the victims have been established. Despite the fact that he has yet to enter a plea in the slayings, he told his lawyer that he is “eager to be exonerated.”

Kohberger waived his right to a speedy trial after brief appearances in Latah County court in January, and his next hearing is scheduled for June 26.

Blum has also claimed the FBI lost track of Kohberger and his father during their cross-country drive from Pullman, Wash. to Pennsylvania in mid-December as they returned for the holidays.

The FBI, on the other hand, has quickly refuted Blum’s claims, stating that “publishing false information attributable to anonymous sources is not helpful to the case against Kohberger or to the American public.”

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Although the motivation for Kohberger’s alleged crime is unknown, Blum appears to agree with some experts who believe the murders were motivated by toxic obsession and jealousy of the party-loving college students.

“Can you imagine looking out from some shadowy hideout at that wild night, all the happy frivolity, and knowing deep in your dark heart that you would never be a part of anything that exuberant, that beautiful?” he asks the reader.


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