Marked For Death: Fellow Inmate At Idaho Jail Threatens to Kill Accused Idaho Killer Bryan Kohberger
The prime suspect in the Idaho college students murder case reportedly is receiving death threats in jail.
NewsNation reported on the latest threat to Bryan Kohberger, the man suspected of slaying four University of Idaho students in Idaho late last year. The latest threat reportedly came from another inmate.
Guards at the Latah County Jail reportedly are receiving threats as well and the source told NewsNation that the threats are “nonstop.”
Kohberger, 28, was arrested in Pennsylvania in late December. He's charged with four counts of murder for the stabbing deaths of Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernoodle and Madison Mogen in mid-November.
According to our sister site Radar Online, Kohberger is in weekly one-on-one religious counseling sessions with minsters from Project Hope Idaho.
“We're all on the same plane in terms of our need for grace and forgiveness from God," minister Mike Hall said.
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Under a newly-signed Idaho law, Kohberger could face a firing squad if he's convicted of murder.
NewsNation added that security guards are protecting the Moscow home where the four students lived. The owner of the home plans to demolish it and replace it with a memorial and garden.
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