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‘Withdrawn’ Idaho Murders Suspect Fired from Fish Cutting Job Due to Poor Knife Skills

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Teenager Bryan Kohberger, now a suspect in the Idaho murders, had a solitary disposition and faced termination after a brief stint as a fish cutter due to his inadequate knife skills, Your Content has learned.

Former employee Charles Conklin disclosed that Kohberger’s employment lasted a mere three weeks before he was let go.

His lack of proficiency in using a knife led to his dismissal from the position of a fish cutter, as he struggled to grasp the necessary techniques.

Authorities discovered a collection of 63 items, including three knives, a handgun, a black mask, and a black hat, during a search of Kohberger’s parents’ residence, all of which have been seized as evidence, according to Dailymail.

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