According to a public defender who represented Bryan Kohberger in Pennsylvania, the chances of the suspect in Idaho receiving a fair trial are extremely low. Jason LaBar also criticized social network detectives for making it more difficult for both the prosecution and the defense in the Idaho quadruple case. As the preliminary status hearing regarding the deaths of Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, and Kaylee Goncalves is scheduled on January 12, LaBar recently spoke with Brian Entin of NewsNation. Let us check further details here.
Brian stated that he cannot possibly receive a fair trial in Moscow. In Idaho, I don’t believe he can receive a fair trial. Additionally, according to LaBar, the matter is no longer local because of social media, which is detrimental to all parties involved. He continued by mentioning the victims’ families and said that “everyone wants to make sure that the proper guy is the one that they have at the trial and the one that’s finally convicted.”
The attorney continued by saying that he is unable to comment on Kohberger at this time since “the facts will eventually be revealed at the trial, but the essential point is that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty.” Kohberger was detained on December 30 after being charged with stabbing four people, so this is happening. Similar to LaBar, his family has asked that their son not be labeled a murderer because they don’t think he had anything to do with the crime. “First and foremost, we care tremendously for the four families who have lost their dear children,” Kohberger’s family said in a previous statement.
We always pray for them since there are no suitable words to describe the pain we feel for them. As a family, we will continue to love and support our son and brother while also allowing the legal process to play out. “We have completely cooperated with law enforcement agencies in an effort to seek the truth and promote his presumption of innocence rather than judging a situation without knowing all the facts and drawing incorrect conclusions,” they continued. We value privacy.
Online users have been responding to LaBar’s comments, with one tweeting that “he’s not going to get a fair trial anywhere with all the evidence against him. He is defeated. “I don’t think it really matters where it is,” another person commented. This case is well-known worldwide. “In terms of excessive coverage, no different than the OJ case, which remained in the California court system. For more updates, follow Social Telecast.