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Bryan Kohberger filing reveals FBI interviewed Kohberger after arrest




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Attorneys representing Bryan Kohberger filed a motion revealing Kohberger was interviewed by the FBI and Moscow Police.

Attorneys representing Bryan Kohberger filed a motion demanding more evidence from authorities, including an interview conducted by Moscow Police and the FBI, Your Content has learned.

“[The] provided recording is an in person interview with FBI Agents rather than the phone interview done by Moscow Police.” Anne C. Taylor wrote in the latest court filing.

What’s more, the defense demands a list of tips in chronological order.

“The State has provided various tips throughout discovery, however, they are scattered in pieces throughout the discovery.” Taylor continued. “A complete and chronological list of all tips has not been provided.”

According to Taylor, prosecutors say they don’t have bodycam, recordings, notes, photographs and information collected at the autopsies by Tolleson, Vargas, and Gunnerson.

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“The State responded that they do not have these items in its possession.” Taylor wrote. “Clarification is needed on if they exist and are still in the possession of another agency.”

On December 30, at his parents’ residence in Pennsylvania,28-year-old Bryan Kohberger was apprehended for the tragic incident that occurred on November 13. The gruesome incident involved the fatal stabbing of four University of Idaho students, namely Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20.

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