Accused suspect used a sinister manipulation tactic before the University of Idaho murders, he allegedly broke into female colleague’s apartment

Bryan Kohberger, who is accused of killing four students from the University of Idaho, is said to have broken into a female colleaque’s apartment and moved her things around. He did this as part of a plan to control her.

Bryan, 28, became friends with the woman at Washington State University. This was a few months before he allegedly killed Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin in November.

As per reports, Bryan broke into the woman’s apartment and moved her things around, but he didn’t steal anything. The woman asked Bryan to set up a security camera system in her apartment afterwards. Because Bryan knew her Wi-Fi password, the police think he might have been able to access the camera remotely.

Greg Cooper, who used to work for the FBI, said, “I would expect that he orchestrated the whole thing, he was not looking at her as a potential victim necessarily. But he orchestrated it so that she would come to him and that he would be able to help her. It is another level of power and domination and control over another person.” He also said, “The hero image that he can portray — ‘You’ve got this problem I’m here to solve the problem for you and to make it better for you.'”

Cooper further asserted that prior to relocating to Washington and enrolling at the university, Kohberger had acquired a K-Bar knife and its sheath.

Following his indictment by a grand jury for the murders earlier this week, a trial for Kohberger is on the horizon. He is anticipated to submit his plea in the forthcoming week.

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