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Idaho murder suspect was in class when quadruple murder was discussed, classmate says

A classmate of Idaho quadruple murder suspect now wonders what went on behind the impassive façade of murder accused Brian Kochberger as their criminal justice class discussed the murders.

KobergerThe 28-year-old criminology graduate student at the University of Washington in Pullman, Washington, is about nine miles from Moscow, Idaho, where four University of Idaho students were killed on November 13.

Fellow student B.C. Norton said that Kochberger was “quiet and unflappable” when discussing the murders. New York Post.

“I don’t believe he had any reaction. We also had a rather long conversation in class about this. I don’t seem to remember him commenting on this at all,” Norton said.

Norton said she was shocked by Kochberger’s statement. arrestsaying: “Little did we know, [suspect] was among us.”

Norton said Associated Press that Koberger was “a little out of his depth, but I always thought it was because he was clumsy and wanted to fit in.”

According to graduate student Ben Roberts, Kochberger has changed since the murders. Seattle Times.

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“He started to look very tired. … He always had a cup of coffee in his hand and looked like he was riding a knife edge between exhausted and completely exhausted,” he said.

“Honestly, I just noticed that he is very awkward,” Roberts told the AP.

Norton said New York Times that she saw a positive change in Kochberger during the killings.

“He seemed more optimistic and willing to keep the conversation going,” she said.

“He kind of scared people because he looked and didn’t talk much, but when he spoke it was very smart and he needs everyone to know he’s smart.”

According to the AP, Monroe County, Pennsylvania Chief Public Defender Jason LaBar said Kochberger will waive his extradition hearing when he appears in court on Tuesday.

Labar said that Kochberger should not be considered guilty.

“Mr. Koberger is accused of very serious crimes, but the American justice system covers up his innocence. He should be presumed innocent until proven otherwise, and not tried in the court of public opinion,” the statement said.

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