Did the Accused Idaho Killer Use His Degree to Plan Killings? Ex-Professor Reveals Key Detail About His Past

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Did accused University of Idaho slayer Bryan Kohberger use his criminology background in an attempt to plan the “perfect crime”? A former professor says it’s entirely plausible.

In an interview with the U.K. Daily Mail, DeSales University professor Michelle Bolger said that Kohberger , a Washington State University Ph.D. student accused in the brutal murder of four students on Nov. 13, was “one of my best students — ever.”

While Bolger only taught Kohberger online and never met him in person, she said he was a “great writer” and a “brilliant student,” a description that, if Kohberger is guilty, could be key to unraveling the story behind the crime.

“In my 10 years of teaching, I’ve only recommended two students to a Ph.D. program, and he was one of them. He was one of my best students — ever. Everyone is in shock over this,” she said.

“I never saw him in person. I couldn’t tell you how tall he was or how much he weighed. My only interaction with him was via email and Zoom. I didn’t know anything about him, whether he was married, had a girlfriend, etc.”

Kohberger earned a master’s degree in criminal justice from DeSales, a Catholic university in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, in spring of 2020, according to NBC News.

Kohlberger told the Daily Mail that while the situation seemed unbelievable to her, the idea that he could have used his education in executing the crime made sense.

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