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‘True Evil Was Genuinely Watching’: University Of Idaho Victim’s Sister Says Family Had ‘No Idea’ Alleged Killer May Have Been Stalking Victims
‘True Evil Was Genuinely Watching’: University Of Idaho Victim’s Sister Says Family Had ‘No Idea’ Alleged Killer May Have Been Stalking Victims
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“That’s been the hardest part of this is to sit back and look at the totality of it. When my sister was Facetiming me about a new egg bites recipe, he was planning his next visit to the home,” Alivea Goncalves said of suspected killer Bryan Kohberger.

The sister of the University of Idaho victim said her family had no idea that the suspected killer may have been watching his intended victims.

We had no idea. She had no idea. I had no idea that evil was watching me.

The affidavit lays out the basics of the case against Kohberger, who was a student at the Washington State University when the killings occurred.

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The hardest part of reading through the affidavit was looking at the whole thing. He was planning his next visit to the home when my sister Facetiming me about a new egg bites recipe. It is difficult to not wish that you had done more.

According to Alivea, the murders of Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and her boyfriend are likely to have been committed by Kohberger. The scene of the crime was allegedly returned to by Kohberger later that day.

According to the affidavit, he was placed near the home by his cell phone.

He went back to the home the morning of the incident to see if the circus had begun. He would have been able to engage with the online communities, the theories, and everything in between.

She and others are trying to figure out if there were other connections to the victims.

Blood and a knife were found in the basement. Mother is at the Mass.

According to the affidavit, investigators were able to link him to a knife sheath left on Mogen's bed after he was arrested.

A vehicle believed to be his white 2015Hyundai was captured on video circling the neighborhood and attempting to park in front of the home, before it was seen fleeing the area at a high rate of speed.

The arrest of Kohberger has allowed her family to grieve.

It's kind of odd to do that when we still have a long road ahead of us, but the relief that we all felt having a suspect in custody was. It was. She said that the weight of the world was lifted from her shoulders.

Alivea addressed recent criticism about surviving roommate Dylan Mortensen, who allegedly spotted the killer clad in black, after hearing crying and noises throughout the house sometime after 4 a.m.

Police said she locked herself in her room after the man walked right by her.

Dylan and her roommate, Bethany, found a person passed out and not breathing on the second floor. According to the affidavit, the home.

Alivea told News Nation that she didn't know the reason for the delay.

She said that everyone should stop passing judgement until they know what to do in that situation.

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In an interview with Fox News, the family attorney of the Goncalves, Shanon Gray, came to the defense of Mortensen.

She was afraid. He said that she was scared to death. Four people were murdered in the home. The Goncalves family has no ill will towards her or anything like that.

Alivea said she plans to attend every hearing.

There are four counts of first-degree murder against him. He hasn't entered a plea yet, though his Pennsylvania defense attorney said that he thinks he'll be acquitted.

References:

1. University of Idaho victim

2. NewsNation

3. was just one of many revealed in the affidavit

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5. was arrested Dec. 30

6. addressed recent criticism

7. allegedly spotted the killer “clad in black”

8. also recently came to Mortensen’s defense

9. Fox News

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