The man accused of murdering four Idaho students in November just claimed a new alibi.

Bryan Kohberger was charged with four counts of first-degree murder over the deaths of the University of Idaho students last year.

Kohberger has now released an alibi for the incident:

He was out ‘driving around.’

According to public defender Anne Taylor, Kohberger “long had a habit of going for drives alone.”


Well, that’s an interesting choice for an alibi…

The real question is: How could this even be corroborated?

Fox News has details on this turn of events:

Bryan Kohberger’s attorney released his alibi Thursday evening, claiming in a court filing that he was out driving at the time four University of Idaho students were murdered in their sleep.

Five people lived at the King Road residence in Moscow, Idaho, including three of the victims – Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen. Another victim, Ethan Chapin, was dating Kernodle and was staying at the home on Nov. 13, 2022, when all four were allegedly killed by Bryan Kohberger, who allegedly entered the home at around 4 a.m.

According to a police affidavit, one of the two survivors in the house heard a commotion and saw a masked man leave the house through a rear sliding door.

The Thursday night filing by public defender Anne Taylor states that Kohberger has “long had a habit of going for drives alone.”

So, he was just driving around?..

This is obviously not the best alibi anyone has ever given…

Here’s more on Kohberger’s bizarre choice for an alibi from CBS News:

In the court documents, his attorneys claim “Mr. Kohberger has long had a habit of going for drives alone,” and that he did so on the night and morning of the brutal killings.

“Mr. Kohberger is not claiming to be at a specific location at a specific time; at this time there is not a specific witness to say precisely where Mr. Kohberger was at each moment of the hours between late night November 12, 2022, and early morning November 13, 2022,” the filing said.

His attorney said that corroborating evidence that Kohberger was not at the scene of the crime will come from the cross-examination of state’s witnesses.

Not many people are buying this one:..

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