In her new FOX Nation special titled “Brian Kohberger: I Am Blank,” former prosecutor and crime expert Nancy Grace delves into the identity of murder suspect Bryan Kohberger. The special examines Kohberger’s middle school days, where his former friend, Jack Baylis, reveals that they often discussed their frustrations with the dating scene. Clinical psychologist Dr. Kris Mohandie explains that feelings of frustration are common among “incels,” or involuntary celibate young men often found online. It is worth noting that three of the four victims allegedly killed by Kohberger were women, all of whom were University of Idaho students stabbed to death in November 2022. Kohberger, who was studying for a Ph.D. in criminology at the time of his arrest, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary.
During the FOX Nation special, it is revealed that Kohberger frequently expressed feelings of depression to his friend and claimed to have developed a strange sense of meaning. His friend also mentions that Kohberger would become aggressive when drunk, leading his friends to hide his car keys. It is also suggested that Kohberger had experimented with drugs, including heroin, but had kicked the addiction before pursuing his criminal justice degree. Kohberger had faced charges in 2014 for attempting to sell his sister’s iPhone while allegedly using heroin when he was just 19 years old. However, Nancy Grace states that any alleged alcohol or drug use is unlikely to be used as a defense in his trial.
One of the victim’s fathers, Steve Goncalves, accuses Kohberger of receiving special treatment in jail. He claims that Kohberger’s pretrial privileges, such as having five suits, access to videos and computers, and receiving vegan meals, are unprecedented in the history of Idaho. However, the sheriff did not comment on these allegations. The victims include Kaylee Goncalves and her lifelong best friend Madison Mogen, both 21, found dead in their rented house on King Road. Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin, both 20, were also discovered stabbed to death on the second floor of the house.
Bryan Kohberger has been held without bail at the Latah County Jail in Moscow, Idaho, since January. The FOX Nation special, “Bryan Kohberger: I Am Blank,” is available for streaming exclusively to FOX Nation subscribers. FOX Nation programs can be watched on-demand and through the mobile app. To access the extensive library of content from various Fox News personalities, interested individuals can sign up for a free trial on the FOX Nation website.