A new true crime special on the November 13, 2022, murders of four University of Idaho students has wrapped up and will be available for streaming on HULU and ABC this weekend. The report will offer never-before-seen footage retrieved from Idaho police body cameras as well as interviews with acquaintances of the four victims Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin.

A new 20/20 investigatory report has been filmed and will be streaming soon on the HULU and ABC platforms. The special will also allow viewers a look into the life of murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, a 28-year-old graduate student whose DNA has reportedly been linked to the four deceased students, according to people.com. Kohberger is innocent until proven guilty.

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Idaho police body camera footage surfaced weeks after the crimes were committed showing authorities answering a disturbance call to the residence where numerous friends of the victims can be seen hanging out in front of the King Road apartments in Moscow.

Police believe the murders were carried out in the early morning hours of November 13. Idaho police were following leads on a white automobile that was seen parked near the crime scene, which helped lead detectives to Kohberger. The 20/20 special is scheduled for release Friday, January 13.

Suspect Bryan Kohberger was extradited from Pennsylvania back to Idaho to face charges. Police in Pennsylvania had been monitoring the movements of the suspect prior to making an arrest on December 30.

Horror In Idaho; The Student Murders airs on ABC at 9 PM (ET) on January 13, and then on HULU on the following day, Saturday, January 14.

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