Mom Of Idaho Murder Victim Feels ‘Betrayed’ After Attorney Drops Her Case To Represent Her Daughter’s Alleged Killer

Mom Of Idaho Murder Victim Feels ‘Betrayed’ After Attorney Drops Her Case To Represent Her Daughter’s Alleged Killer

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The mother of an Idaho murder victim says she feels “betrayed” by defense attorney Anne Taylor, who dropped her legal case to represent her daughter's alleged killer. Cara Northington, the mother of Xana Kernodle, told NewsNation that Taylor, the chief of the Kootenai County Public Defender's Office, was representing her on an unrelated drug charge when she suddenly withdrew from the case on Jan. 5. That same day, Bryan Kohberger, the man accused of fatally stabbing Kernodle and three others in a Moscow, Idaho residence on Nov. 13, had his first court appearance with Taylor by his side. RELATED: Prosecutors Believe Snapchat Video Paul Murdaugh Sent To Friends The Night Of His Murder Is 'Critical To The Case'“I am heartbroken because I trusted her,” Northington told NewsNation's Ashleigh Banfield. “[Taylor]…
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