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Some online detectives claim murder suspect Brian Koberger can be seen in images taken at a vigil held for the four University of Idaho students he allegedly killed.
According to some hawk-eyed netizens, a man who resembles the 28-year-old Kochberger can be seen in a video taken during a vigil on November 30 at the university.
Clips viewed thousands of times and shared online have many Twitter users asking if a man walking through the service wearing a blue jacket could be Kohberger.
One vigilante predator on Twitter wrote: “The man in the blue coat at the vigil for the slain college students in Idaho appears to have an identical profile to Brian Koberger, who is being escorted into court today. The same thin chin, the same long nose, bulging eyes, and the same height of the hairline. That’s Brian at that vigil!’
A debate ensued, with some arguing that the “man in the blue coat” looked older than Koberger. Others dismissed the theory because the murder suspect’s hairline and side profile look different from the man in the photo.
One person replied: “Definitely not him. Dude in blue has a raised hairline and his ears are slanted. At first I thought it was him, but looking at these photos side by side, it definitely isn’t.”
Others shared side-by-side screenshots of the man in the video next to photos of Kohberger in court, claiming their side profiles matched exactly.
“The profile of the boy in the blue coat at the vigil many believe is Brian Koberger compared to Brian being escorted into court today,” one Twitter user wrote while comparing the images. “The country from which my country looks 100% to me!”
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Another Internet investigator stepped in: “I wasn’t sure before, but now I am, it’s him.”
The father of Kayleigh Goncalves, 21, who was found dead in her home outside the college in Moscow with roommates Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Kernodle’s friend Ethan Chapin, 20, previously admitted his daughter’s killer would turn up at her wake.
In early December, Steve Goncalves said that was part of the reason they postponed the funeral service, noting that it was his wife’s “worst fear” that the killer would attend a service honoring their daughter.
Earlier this week Koberger was accused of posting in a Facebook group for the occasion under the pseudonym “Papa Roger”.
Jennifer Coffindaffer, a former FBI agent, said one of the comments made by that account appeared to imply that Kohberger was behind the account. The post said: “From the evidence released, the murder weapon is consistent as a large fixed blade knife. That leads me to believe they found the scabbard.
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