Bryan Kohberger‘s authorized workforce is getting what they need. Largely.
In case you missed it, this week we realized the general public defender’s workplace filed court docket paperwork making an attempt to subpoena the testimony of one of many surviving roommates from the College of Idaho murders. Kohberger is accused of getting into the off-campus home of the scholars and brutally murdering housemates Maddie Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, and Xana Kernodle, in addition to Xana’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin. However two residents of the house survived: Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke.
We all know from the police report within the possible trigger affidavit that Dylan reported seeing a tall masked man leaving the home. We nonetheless do not know what Bethany noticed or heard. However an investigator working for defender Anne Taylor believes no matter it’s could also be exculpatory for his or her consumer. May she actually assist clear Kohberger??
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The problem was, whether or not she had some essential info or not, she had no intention of returning to Moscow, Idaho to testify. After the trauma of the killings, Bethany moved to Nevada — and has been preventing the subpoena so she received’t have to come back again for a preliminary possible trigger listening to on June 28.
It appears they’ve come to one thing of a compromise. Bethany will now communicate with Kohberger’s legal professionals — however she’ll accomplish that in her own residence. Based on NewsNation, she’ll give an interview with the authorized workforce at her residence in Reno.
Will this give them the whole lot they want? What does Bethany should say? What did she see? Will it actually assist Kohberger’s case??
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[Image via Monroe County Correctional Facility/Kaylee Goncalves/Instagram.]