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Maryann Kohberger, mother of Idaho suspect Bryan Kohberger slammed school shooting in letter to Pocono Record

According to letters, Maryann Kohberger, who is the mother of the suspect Bryan Christopher Kohberger who was detained in connection with the Idaho murders, has been vocal in her opposition to both the death penalty and school shooters.

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According to letters, Maryann Kohberger, who is the mother of the suspect Bryan Christopher Kohberger who was detained in connection with the Idaho murders, has been vocal in her opposition to both the death penalty and school shooters.

Maryann Kohberger, who is Bryan Kohberger’s mother, has written many letters to the editor in the Pocono Record, according to a number of articles that were uncovered by FOX3.

In her letters, Maryann railed against the practice of abortion, perpetrators who commit school shootings, and the death sentence.

One of her works has the following as the headline: “I pray we consider the children, before the gun.”

In a different letter, she stated, “I do not personally advocate abortion, and by no means do I endorse the death sentence.”

May 24th, 2022 Uvalde, Texas, written by Melissa Kohberger

Bereft of their laughter

There is now not a sound

As we lower our children into the ground

Small hands and feet

Buried six feet deep into the earth of the world that failed them.

As I read the poem, I thought, whatever the solution, I pray we consider the children before the gun.

On December 30, Bryan Kohberger was taken into custody in connection with the murders that have captivated many people and occurred in Moscow, Idaho.

On November 13, in the late night hours, four college students were found dead in the apartment they shared off campus.

In the days that followed the discovery of their bodies, very few details surfaced, which served to fuel widespread interest in the investigation.

Maryann is employed as a paraprofessional, which means that she teaches students while working under the direction of qualified teachers.


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