“People have to understand that these children are very young. ... You know, they’re just young kids, and it’s just a really traumatizing thing," Patricia Munroe said of her stepdaughter Dylan Mortensen, who survived the Idaho massacre last November.
A Latah County judge called the defense's argument to dismiss the University of Idaho murder suspect's indictment based on error "creative," but said it's an issue to raise with the Idaho Supreme Court.
“Evidence corroborating Mr. Kohberger being at a location other than the King Road address will be disclosed pursuant to discovery and evidentiary rules as well as statutory requirements,” Bryan Kohberger’s legal team wrote in newly filed court documents.
“We believe leaving the house standing, for now, is the right course to take,” University of Idaho President Scott Green said, after some victims' family members opposed tearing it down before Bryan Kohberger’s murder trial.
“The home itself has enormous evidentiary value as well as being the largest, and one of the most important, pieces of evidence in the case,” said Shannon Gray, a lawyer representing the family of Kaylee Goncalves.