The Idaho Murders | The Case Against Bryan Kohberger

The Idaho Murders | The Case Against Bryan Kohberger

Get ready for a true-crime podcast that will leave you questioning everything with its relentless focus on the capture and prosecution of Bryan Kohbeger - the man accused of committing a quadruple homicide in Moscow, Idaho, involving the brutal murder of four innocent college students he allegedly didn't even know. We'll leave no stone unturned as we explore the dark depths of Kohbeger's mind, asking the most haunting question of all - what drove him to commit such a heinous act? With every episode of the Idaho Murders Podcast, we'll bring you riveting reporting, in-depth discussions, and the latest breaking updates on the case against Kohbeger. Join us as we seek answers and uncover the chilling truth that lurks beneath the surface of this baffling crime. Will justice be served? We'll keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Don't miss out on the most riveting true-crime storytelling you'll ever experience.

  • 17 minutes 8 seconds
    Cell Phone Data Challenges Emerge in Kohberger Murder Case-Half Year Review
    Welcome to the "Half Year Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this year's most compelling headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that have dominated the news.

    This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events.

    Throughout the past six months, we've followed and dissected cases such as Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt, Harmony Montgomery, the Delphi Murders, Kouri Richins, Bryan Kohberger, Rex Heuermann, Alex Murdaugh, Chad and Lori Daybell, and the Adelson family. Each episode navigates through these stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience.

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    8 July 2024, 1:00 am
  • 8 minutes 28 seconds
    Why Is Ann Taylor Begging For Evidence She Should Have In The Bryan Kohberger Case? -Half Year Review
    Welcome to the "Half Year Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this year's most compelling headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that have dominated the news.

    This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events.

    Throughout the past six months, we've followed and dissected cases such as Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt, Harmony Montgomery, the Delphi Murders, Kouri Richins, Bryan Kohberger, Rex Heuermann, Alex Murdaugh, Chad and Lori Daybell, and the Adelson family. Each episode navigates through these stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience.

    Whether you are a dedicated follower of true crime or an everyday listener interested in the stories shaping our world, the "Half Year Review" brings you the perfect balance of intrigue, information, and intelligent conversation. Expect thoughtful analysis, informed opinions, and thought-provoking discussions beyond the 24-hour news cycle.

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    6 July 2024, 1:00 pm
  • 6 minutes 24 seconds
    Kohberger Has No Valid Alibi, What Next? -Half Year Review
    Welcome to the "Half Year Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this year's most compelling headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that have dominated the news.

    This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events.

    Throughout the past six months, we've followed and dissected cases such as Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt, Harmony Montgomery, the Delphi Murders, Kouri Richins, Bryan Kohberger, Rex Heuermann, Alex Murdaugh, Chad and Lori Daybell, and the Adelson family. Each episode navigates through these stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience.

    Whether you are a dedicated follower of true crime or an everyday listener interested in the stories shaping our world, the "Half Year Review" brings you the perfect balance of intrigue, information, and intelligent conversation. Expect thoughtful analysis, informed opinions, and thought-provoking discussions beyond the 24-hour news cycle.

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    5 July 2024, 11:00 pm
  • 15 minutes 7 seconds
    Bryan Kohberger Claims Alibi, Says He Was Out Driving Night of Idaho Student Murders-Half Year Review
    Welcome to the "Half Year Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this year's most compelling headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that have dominated the news.

    This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events.

    Throughout the past six months, we've followed and dissected cases such as Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt, Harmony Montgomery, the Delphi Murders, Kouri Richins, Bryan Kohberger, Rex Heuermann, Alex Murdaugh, Chad and Lori Daybell, and the Adelson family. Each episode navigates through these stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience.

    Whether you are a dedicated follower of true crime or an everyday listener interested in the stories shaping our world, the "Half Year Review" brings you the perfect balance of intrigue, information, and intelligent conversation. Expect thoughtful analysis, informed opinions, and thought-provoking discussions beyond the 24-hour news cycle.

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    4 July 2024, 11:00 am
  • 7 minutes 32 seconds
    New Insight Into The Drive Bryan Kohberger Took With His Dad Home
    In this episode of "Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski," retired FBI Special Agent Robin Dreeke discusses Howard Blum's book "When the Night Comes Falling," which examines the Idaho student murders and the case against Bryan Kohberger. Dreeke praises Blum's detailed storytelling, which intertwines the biographies of the victims, Kohberger, and his father, shedding light on their behavioral arcs. The conversation reveals Kohberger's father's guilt and struggles to support his son despite numerous red flags, including Bryan's unusual behavior and social difficulties. The podcast highlights the psychological and familial dynamics at play, raising questions about the family's absence at Kohberger's hearings and the impact of these events on their lives. The episode underscores the complexities of parental guilt and the harsh realities faced by families of those accused of serious crimes.

    ### Main Points
    - Howard Blum's book "When the Night Comes Falling" explores the Idaho student murders and the case against Bryan Kohberger.
    - The book skillfully intertwines the biographies of the victims, Kohberger, and his father, offering deep insights into their behavioral arcs.
    - Kohberger's father is depicted as feeling significant guilt and struggling to support his son despite numerous behavioral red flags.
    - The discussion highlights Kohberger's unusual behavior and social difficulties, including incidents during their drive home and interactions with neighbors.
    - The podcast raises questions about the absence of Kohberger's family at his hearings and the psychological impact on them.
    - Dreeke emphasizes the importance of understanding the familial and psychological background to comprehend the case better.
    - The episode underscores the emotional complexities and guilt experienced by parents of accused individuals.

    ### Hashtags

    #HiddenKillersWithTonyBrueski #RobinDreeke #HowardBlum #BryanKohberger #IdahoMurders #TrueCrime #BehavioralAnalysis
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    3 July 2024, 9:00 pm
  • 6 minutes 21 seconds
    Did Kohberger's Dad See The Red Flags In His Son?
    In the podcast episode of "Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski," retired FBI Special Agent and Chief of the Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program, Robin Dreeke, discusses Howard Blum's new book, "When the Night Comes Falling," which delves into the Idaho student murders and the case against Bryan Kohberger. Dreeke highlights Blum's skillful storytelling, which weaves together multiple biographies, including those of the victims, Kohberger, and his father. Although Dreeke notes that the book doesn't present new facts about the case, it effectively paints a behavioral arc of the individuals involved. Dreeke and Brueski discuss Blum's approach, which includes extensive interviews with people close to the case, such as Kohberger's father. The conversation touches on the father's awareness of his son's difficulties, including past red flags and behavioral issues. Despite the lack of a trial date and Kohberger's presumption of innocence, the book raises important questions and offers deep insights into the familial and psychological background of the accused.

    ### Main Points

    - Howard Blum's new book, "When the Night Comes Falling," investigates the Idaho student murders and the case against Bryan Kohberger.
    - The book is noted for its excellent storytelling and biographical approach, intertwining the lives of the victims, Kohberger, and his father.
    - Robin Dreeke emphasizes that the book provides a behavioral arc of the individuals involved, despite not offering new information on the case.
    - Blum conducted extensive interviews, particularly focusing on Kohberger's father, revealing the father's awareness of his son's social and behavioral issues.
    - Discussions include the father's attempts to support Kohberger despite red flags, such as past drug addiction and behavioral problems.
    - The book raises questions about the ongoing case, highlighting the absence of a trial date and the presumption of Kohberger's innocence.
    - The conversation explores the psychological and familial dynamics that may have influenced Kohberger's actions.

    ### Hashtags
    #HiddenKillersWithTonyBrueski #RobinDreeke #HowardBlum #BryanKohberger #IdahoMurders #TrueCrime #BehavioralAnalysis
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    3 July 2024, 5:00 pm
  • 5 minutes 22 seconds
    Does Bryan Kohberger's Family Think He Is Guilty?
    In the latest episode of "Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski," Tony discusses the new book "When the Night Comes Falling: A Requiem for the Idaho Student Murders" by Howard Blum with guest Eric Faddis, a former felony prosecutor and defense attorney. The book provides an in-depth look at the individuals involved in the Idaho student murders, particularly focusing on the paternal support provided by Bryan Kohberger's father. This dynamic echoes the support seen in the Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie case. The conversation touches on the father's actions, such as accompanying Kohberger on a cross-country drive after the incident and suspicious behaviors like cleaning his car with bleach. The discussion raises questions about the extent of the father's knowledge or involvement, especially since he has not attended any of Kohberger's hearings. Faddis suggests that the father's absence could be due to potential legal implications, as he might be called to testify about his conversations with his son during the drive and subsequent events. The book and discussion shed light on the complexities and familial dynamics at play in this tragic case.

    **Main Points:**

    - Discussion of Howard Blum's book "When the Night Comes Falling: A Requiem for the Idaho Student Murders."
    - Focus on Bryan Kohberger's father and his paternal support.
    - Comparison to the Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie case.
    - Father's suspicious actions, including cleaning Kohberger's car with bleach.
    - Father's absence from Kohberger's hearings and potential legal implications.
    - Questions about the father's knowledge or involvement in the incident.
    - Book provides an in-depth look at the individuals affected by the Idaho student murders.

    **Hashtags:**
    #KarenRead #EricFaddis #TonyBrueski #BryanKohberger #IdahoStudentMurders #HowardBlum #PaternalSupport
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    1 July 2024, 3:00 pm
  • 11 minutes 51 seconds
    BREAKING NEWS-RAW COURT AUDIO-June 2025 Start Date Set for Bryan Kohberger Trial in University of Idaho Murders Case

    A district court judge has set a June 2025 start date for the criminal trial of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect accused of the 2022 murders of four University of Idaho students. The trial, anticipated to last three months, will take place in Latah County, where the killings occurred.

    During a hearing on Thursday, both the defense and prosecuting attorneys agreed to the proposed trial schedule. Latah County District Judge John Judge detailed the timeline, noting that it includes two weeks for jury selection, eight weeks for the trial itself, and an additional two weeks for the verdict, sentencing, and any other remaining matters.

    Kohberger, 29, is charged with allegedly breaking into the off-campus home of University of Idaho students Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, in November 2022. He is accused of fatally stabbing the three roommates along with Ethan Chapin, 20, who was Kernodle's boyfriend and present in the house at the time of the murders.

    At the time of his arrest in Pennsylvania, about six weeks after the students were killed, Kohberger was a teaching assistant and Ph.D. candidate in criminology at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Pullman is a short drive from the University of Idaho campus in Moscow. Kohberger was extradited back to Idaho within weeks of his arrest and now faces charges including four counts of capital murder and one count of burglary.

    The case has progressed slowly, with the recent scheduling hearing marking the first significant development in the legal proceedings for some time. Anne Taylor, Kohberger's public defender, reiterated that the defense does not support the trial being held in Latah County. Another hearing is set for August 29 to discuss a potential change of venue. Additionally, a deadline for the defense to file motions challenging the death penalty, which prosecutors are seeking, is set for September 5.

    During an arraignment in May of the previous year, the judge entered not guilty pleas on Kohberger's behalf for all the charges brought against him. Kohberger appeared at the arraignment but did not respond when asked how he would plead.

    Kohberger is currently being held without bond in Latah County.

    ### Bullet Points:

    - **Trial Date Set**: The criminal trial of Bryan Kohberger is scheduled to start in June 2025.
    - **Trial Duration**: The trial is expected to last three months, including jury selection, the trial itself, and verdict and sentencing.
    - **Charges**: Kohberger faces four counts of capital murder and one count of burglary for the November 2022 killings of four University of Idaho students.
    - **Defense Objections**: Kohberger's defense team opposes the trial taking place in Latah County and has a hearing scheduled to discuss a change of venue.
    - **Not Guilty Pleas**: Not guilty pleas were entered on Kohberger's behalf during an arraignment in May of the previous year.
    - **Custody Status**: Kohberger is being held without bond in Latah County.
    - **Upcoming Hearings**: A hearing to discuss the trial venue is set for August 29, with a deadline for challenging the death penalty on September 5.

    #BryanKohberger #UniversityOfIdahoMurders #JohnJudge #AnneTaylor #LatahCounty #CapitalMurder #CriminalTrial
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    27 June 2024, 7:40 pm
  • 11 minutes 51 seconds
    New Book Reveals Bryan Kohberger Targeted Madison Mogen in Idaho Murders; Family Suspected Him Before Arrest
    In a startling revelation, an explosive new book claims Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the brutal murders of four Idaho college students, had a single target on the night of the crime. According to investigative journalist Howard Blum's forthcoming book, *When the Night Comes Falling: A Requiem for the Idaho Student Murders*, Kohberger intended to kill Madison Mogen specifically, dispelling notions of a random killing spree.

    Blum's book, set to be released on June 25, unveils significant details about the tragic night in November 2022 when Mogen, along with Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, lost their lives. “Officials believe Kohberger was after Mogen because he passed the rooms of two surviving roommates before starting the killing spree,” Blum explained in an interview with ABC News. “If he was just on a killing spree, it would have been natural, instinctive, to go to one of those doors. Instead, he goes up this narrow staircase and he turns directly into Maddie's room, and I think Maddie was his target.”

    Further compounding the tragedy, Blum reveals that Kohberger's family had harbored suspicions about him even before his arrest. Kohberger’s father, Michael, reportedly felt uneasy when he picked up his son from school after the murders. “[Michael] has been reading the headlines - he knows that four students were killed 12 miles from his son’s house. He knows what a troubled son he has,” Blum noted. Despite these concerns, Michael did not confront his son about the possible connection.

    The book also details an instance where one of Kohberger’s sisters approached their father to voice her suspicions. However, Michael chose to dismiss her concerns. “He can’t confront it,” Blum said about Michael's reaction at the time.

    On the night of the murders, the two surviving roommates, Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke, reportedly used their cellphones to communicate during and after the incident. Mortensen, 21, allegedly called out to her friends and roommates during the early morning hours of November 13 to quiet down. “Calm down, you’re being loud!” she reportedly yelled around 4 a.m., followed by, “I’m trying to sleep!” Mortensen later opened her door and saw Kohberger, whom she believed to be a partygoer, walking past her toward the back exit of the house.

    Law enforcement determined that the four students were killed between 4 and 4:25 a.m., but it took another eight hours before police were called to the off-campus residence. In December 2022, Kohberger was arrested in Pennsylvania at his parents' house and charged with the murders.

    Despite the mounting evidence, Kohberger has pled not guilty. His trial has yet to be scheduled, as prosecutors and defense attorneys continue to wrangle over the evidence and other data gathered throughout the investigation. A hearing on June 27 will discuss the schedule for the rest of the case, including dates for the trial and possible sentencing.

    In a significant development earlier this month, a judge allowed investigators working for Kohberger’s defense team to review sealed DNA records used to narrow the pool of potential suspects. The DNA was crucial in the investigative genetic genealogy process, which involves running material found at the crime scene through public genealogical databases to identify suspects or their relatives.

    Kohberger’s attorneys are also seeking a change of venue, a request that the judge has yet to rule on. The case continues to grip the nation, with the upcoming book by Blum expected to shed more light on the complexities and heartbreaking details of the murders.

    *When the Night Comes Falling: A Requiem for the Idaho Student Murders* promises to be a revealing account, offering new insights and provoking further questions about one of the most shocking crimes in recent memory.

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    24 June 2024, 11:00 am
  • 8 minutes 12 seconds
    Why Is Ann Taylor Begging For Evidence She Should Have In The Bryan Kohberger Case-WEEK IN REVIEW
    Welcome to the "Week in Review," where we delve into the true stories behind this week's headlines. Your host, Tony Brueski, joins hands with a rotating roster of guests, sharing their insights and analysis on a collection of intriguing, perplexing, and often chilling stories that made the news.
        
     This is not your average news recap. With the sharp investigative lens of Tony and his guests, the show uncovers layers beneath the headlines, offering a comprehensive perspective that traditional news can often miss. From high-profile criminal trials to in-depth examinations of ongoing investigations, this podcast takes listeners on a fascinating journey through the world of true crime and current events.
        
     Each episode navigates through multiple stories, illuminating their details with factual reporting, expert commentary, and engaging conversation. Tony and his guests discuss each case's nuances, complexities, and human elements, delivering a multi-dimensional understanding to their audience.

     Whether you are a dedicated follower of true crime, or an everyday listener interested in the stories shaping our world, the "Week in Review" brings you the perfect balance of intrigue, information, and intelligent conversation. Expect thoughtful analysis, informed opinions, and thought-provoking discussions beyond the 24-hour news cycle.
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    16 June 2024, 10:00 am
  • 8 minutes 7 seconds
    Why Is Ann Taylor Begging For Evidence She Should Have In The Bryan Kohberger Case?
    In a recent episode of "Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski," former felony prosecutor and attorney Eric Faddis discusses the ongoing pre-trial hearings for Bryan Kohberger. Defense attorney Ann Taylor has raised concerns about missing evidence, specifically location data crucial to the case. Faddis explains that disputes over evidence disclosure are common, with defense attorneys needing all available evidence to prepare their case effectively. The missing data, such as significant location information along the Moscow-Pullman Road and around the crime scene, could impact the prosecution's ability to place Kohberger at the crime scene. Taylor's concerns include missing video evidence from security cameras. Faddis notes that such oversight might stem from inexperience in handling high-profile cases in small communities. The conversation underscores the importance of a fair trial with both sides having access to all evidence, avoiding "trial by ambush."

    **Main Points:**
    - Bryan Kohberger's pre-trial hearings focus on evidence admissibility.
    - Defense attorney Ann Taylor highlights missing significant location data.
    - Missing data includes travel routes and areas around the crime scene.
    - Potential explanations for missing data include technical issues like dead zones.
    - Disputes over evidence disclosure are common and can impact trial fairness.
    - The defense could argue to exclude incomplete locational data, which would be detrimental to the prosecution.
    - Additional missing video evidence from security cameras has been requested.
    - Oversights in evidence disclosure might stem from lack of experience in high-profile cases.
    - Ensuring a fair trial requires transparent evidence sharing between prosecution and defense.
    #BryanKohberger #AnnTaylor #EricFaddis #PreTrialHearings #MissingEvidence #HiddenKillersPodcast #FairTrial

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    11 June 2024, 3:00 pm
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