Bryan Christopher Kohberger, deportado a Illinois

Bryan Christopher Kohberger was captured in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, where he was spending winter vacation with his family. He is charged with the crime of four university students that shocked Moscow in mid-November and was captured a few days ago. Today they deported him to the place where the multiple murder took place.

Perspective Writing

Bryan Christopher Kohberger, a teaching assistant and doctoral student at a Washington State University, is allegedly responsible for the stabbing deaths of four students killed in their home last November.

The crime occurred in the town of Moscow, Illinois, in a university town where no crimes were reported seven years ago.

After the event, half of the students on campus decided to change their study modality from face-to-face to online and the alarm led to extreme security measures on the campus where the event occurred, a few minutes from the university residence where Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, both 20, were stabbed to death in their sleep.

A movie-worthy arrest

To reach the alleged murderer, the authorities needed 47 days, 300 interrogations, review of 16,500 clues, 9,025 emails and 4,575 calls, says columnist Iker Seisdedos, from El País.

Kohberger’s tracking was conducted by the FBI, in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies, using genetic genealogy and matching the suspect’s DNA to a sample at the crime scene.

Kohberger traveled to Pennsylvania to spend the end of the year at the family residence, where he was arrested and today, deported to Moscow, Illinois, where the crime took place.

The doctoral student in criminology and criminal justice is 28 years old and according to his acquaintances, he is “clumsy, brilliant and bullied by other students.”

If found guilty, he could face the death penalty on four counts of murder and one count of robbery.

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