University of Idaho Murder Suspect Bryan Kohberger: According to a former FBI investigator who spoke to The Post, University of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger may have been motivated to kill by his history of social problems and a potential “incel complex.”
Pete Yachmetz, a former FBI agent and security specialist, said to The Post this week that the murders “could have been… an effort to demonstrate some type of dominance.”
Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were all stabbed to death on November 13 at an off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho. Kohberger, 28, was detained at the end of last month for their murders. Yachmetz thinks Kohberger’s background of social difficulties and the severity of the act may provide some suggestions as to his potential motivation.
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Yachmetz noted that Kohberger has been described as “socially awkward with a long history of interpersonal problems” and said, “I feel a continuing stabbing of a victim indicates…an overwhelming rage and tremendous anger.” He speculated, “I think he might have developed a type of incel complex.”
Men who struggle to form romantic or sexual relationships are frequently referred to as incels, an acronym for “involuntarily celibate.” The identity has occasionally been connected to crimes and, in some cases, misogynistic online forums: 2021 will see self-described incel Tres Genco was arrested for preparing a shooting rampage that would have killed 3,000 sorority girls at an undisclosed Ohio institution. The twisted plot was admitted to by Genco, 22, who now faces a life sentence.
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Though it is not a proper clinical description, Psychology Today highlighted last year that males who identify as incels generally have poor mental health, and experience feelings of victimhood, inadequacy, and loneliness.
Yachmetz’s evaluation of Kohberger from a psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman, a psychiatrist and forensic psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman’s assessment of Kohberger in Yachmetz’s own words concurred with Dr. Carole Lieberman’s assessment of Kohberger in line with Dr. Carole Lieber
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Lieberman declared, “I’ve been stating from the beginning that he’s an incel,” adding that Kohberger’s alleged “chosen of victims,” or choice to prey primarily on female college students, had largely persuaded her.
Evidence that suggested Kohberger visited the crime scene again in the hours following the murders also piqued Lieberman’s interest. Please share it with your friends. Visit digitalnewsexpert.com for the most recent and most recent celebrity news.