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Prosecutors in Idaho are putting together a very strong case against murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, according to three legal experts who spoke with DailyMail.com.
Former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani, Jacksonville State University forensics professor Joseph Scott Morgan and forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman have dissected the abundance of evidence against Kohberger and uncovered clues as to what else prosecutors might have in their back pocket.
The 28-year-old who stands accused of the vicious stabbing deaths of four college students in November 2022 allegedly left behind DNA at the scene, according to police, as well as evidence of stalking.
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But, experts agree that Kohberger’s car will emerge as perhaps the most damning piece of evidence against him.
‘What I think the key piece of evidence is, is that white Hyundai Elantra,’ Rahmani said. ‘And to the extent that any of the victims have any blood, hair, DNA in that vehicle, that’s going to be very helpful for the prosecution.’