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Crime Stories with Nancy Grace: KOHBERGER TRIAL FIASCO IGNITES ANGER, POISONS LOCALS?

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace: KOHBERGER TRIAL FIASCO IGNITES ANGER, POISONS LOCALS?

As the Kohberger protection group moves in advance with their trial preparations in hopes of moving the continuing out of Latah County, they place jointly a study task.

In that analysis job, they employed a polling organization to study location residents to check with inquiries about how a lot the citizens may possibly know about the murders. The corporation experienced attained all-around 400 citizens in advance of a concerned citizen recorded a person of the study telephone calls and contacted the district attorney&#8217s business to complain.

Prosecutors say the polling corporation was inquiring thoughts to plant destructive opinions of Kohberger in potential jurors&#8217 minds in the hopes the phone calls would serve to establish that regional persons had been prejudiced towards Kohberger and that the demo really should be moved to yet another county.

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Tara Malek – Bosie, ID, Legal professional & Co-owner of Smith + Malek Previous State and Federal Prosecutor X: @smith_malek
Chris McDonough – Director at the Cold Scenario Foundation, Previous Homicide Detective Host of YouTube channel: “The Job interview Room”
Dr. Leslie Dobson &#8211 Medical and Forensic Psychologist
Joe Scott Morgan
Joe Scott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville Condition University, Creator, “Blood Beneath My Toes,” and Host: “Body Baggage with Joseph Scott Morgan” Twitter/X: @JoScottForensic
Sean O&#8217Driscoll &#8211 Criminal offense & Courts Correspondent at Newsweek X: @seanpodriscoll

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[Feature Photo: Bryan Kohberger listens to arguments during a hearing in Moscow, Idaho, on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2023. A judge has declined to dismiss a grand jury indictment against Kohberger, accused of fatally stabbing four University of Idaho students. He is charged with four counts of murder in connection with the deaths at a rental house near the campus in Moscow, Idaho, last November. (Kai Eiselein/New York Post via AP, Pool)]