In his own words

Christopher Kornberger sat stoically as he watched a video confession in which he described how he sexually assaulted and murdered a young mother in Evesham. Read more
sandra

Mississauga, Canada

#21 Jan 6, 2008
k there
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Jan 13, 2008
If anyone really grew up with, or knows the Kornbergers, I would appreciate hearing from you. letscheck@gmail.com

The trial has been pushed back again. Instead of the January 22, 2008 date, they are now saying that jury interviews will begin in February.
Anonymous

Trenton, NJ

#23 Jan 14, 2008
Chris is a nutjob, he has been since I played little league back with him back in the day. The only people who think that he may have been a caring and compassionate person are likely to be other marlton white trash who used to hang out with him back in the woods.
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#24 Jan 15, 2008
I would still appreciate hearing from you at letscheck@gmail.com

Most of the interviews right after the arrest claimed that Kornberger had been a nice kid up until he turned 18. I'm looking for people who are willing to discuss any memories or encounters they may have had with him.

Thanks!
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#25 Jan 16, 2008
dont wory who this is wrote:
LET ME TELL YOU I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT SOMEONE HELPED THAT SICKO I AM A DETECTIVE IN MARLTON, HIS NAME IS *RI*N *ILL**SO*. SO THATS THAT.
Could you have left an * out?

If so, then it would be a lot easier to figure out the name of the person.
Smartie

Glenn Dale, MD

#26 Jan 22, 2008
Uh, someone explain why MURDERERS and RAPISTS are looked as a victim? Who cares if there was something wrong with this scumbag? What matters is he killed at least one person. Would a valid reason for his violence change that? No, so stop psaying that he had issues, or he was sick in the head. It is a stupid argument to make. Grow up.
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#27 Jan 25, 2008
Smartie, I am not sure what you are responding to when you are asking people to grow up. I don't recall anyone saying anything about valid reasons for violence.

In reality, many murderers and rapists, were first victims. But I don't think anyone is offering this as an excuse or a reason to let someone off for crimes committed.
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#28 Feb 1, 2008
Libby wrote:
<quoted text>
Could you have left an * out?
If so, then it would be a lot easier to figure out the name of the person.
I'm not sure who altered my post, but I suspect that it was done by the people who monitor this board.

The court will begin to choose a jury on 2/5/08. Hopefully, this long drawn out case will come to trial immediately following jury selection.

Chris has had time to grow up. The pain of the attacks and murder are still there, but probably not felt as sharply as they were right after the attacks. The families are all still hurting.

Since the death penalty has been removed, we may find out that there will be no trial, just a plea. That may have been the intention from the beginning...just let enough time pass that no one would want to go back to that horrible time and bring up all of the memories again.
itdoesntmatter

Malvern, PA

#29 Feb 4, 2008
I don't know the Kornbergers, but I live 2 miles away from them, & I know a good friend of 1 of his victims, who still is & probably always will be traumatized. Don't waste sympathy on this animal, be glad he's off the streets & had the vestige of a conscience to confess. It's a shame the death penalty is gone in NJ, he & we would be better off if all those like him were executed. It would help save our daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, grandmothers. Women should not have to fear for our lives every time we go out..but we'd better! Rape, torture & murder of women is RAMPANT in America & all over the world. Just read the news every day.
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Feb 5, 2008
itdoesntmatter wrote:
I don't know the Kornbergers, but I live 2 miles away from them, & I know a good friend of 1 of his victims, who still is & probably always will be traumatized. Don't waste sympathy on this animal, be glad he's off the streets & had the vestige of a conscience to confess. It's a shame the death penalty is gone in NJ, he & we would be better off if all those like him were executed. It would help save our daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, grandmothers. Women should not have to fear for our lives every time we go out..but we'd better! Rape, torture & murder of women is RAMPANT in America & all over the world. Just read the news every day.
I know you are very right. Every one of his victims feel and relive the trauma of the abuse they experienced.

What does matter is that this is something that should not just be washed under. These things do not happen in a vacuum. There are things that lead up to them as well as things that follow.

The lawyers are running the show, and will detail the story once the trial starts. As it is, there is a lot of evidence as well as story out there.

Chris was f'd up etc. How did he get that way? Why didn't anyone see it? Was he always that way? Bad seed?

Anyone who writes to my email will get an answer as to my interest in this case as well as why I am interested in both sides of this case.

I was at Prospectors on Mother's day, with my kids, while Krista was in the hospital. At the time, I knew the staff was subdued, but did not know why. When I read the paper the next day, I knew why my favorite restaurant was totally different that day.

It does matter.

People need to know why things happen.

Thanks to all those who have shared their thoughts.
youdontneedtokno w

Hagerstown, MD

#31 Feb 5, 2008
I'm personally glad that this sick f*ck is off the streets. I'm a friend of a victim of his and he has caused a lot of trauma, mental and emotional hurt to his victims as well as their families. My friend is constantly freaked out because Chris was 'the kid next door' and it could have been anyone who approached and attacked her. Makes me sick that they aren't going for death penalty but it eases my mind that he won't even have a chance of parole for 74 years.
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#32 Feb 6, 2008
youdontneedtoknow wrote:
I'm personally glad that this sick f*ck is off the streets. I'm a friend of a victim of his and he has caused a lot of trauma, mental and emotional hurt to his victims as well as their families. My friend is constantly freaked out because Chris was 'the kid next door' and it could have been anyone who approached and attacked her. Makes me sick that they aren't going for death penalty but it eases my mind that he won't even have a chance of parole for 74 years.
I think that most people, other than his parents, are also glad to know that Kornberger will not be outside of a prison for the rest of his life.

I don't know of anyone who thinks that he is safe.

But there are people who did know another side of him. There are also people who knew that he was going bad before he was found out.

I really hope that your friend can find some peace for herself. I wish it for all of Kornberger's victims. Not one of them did anything to lead them to being a victim. Yet, they all have to live with the horrible results and the memories that can never be removed from their minds.

I totally understand that from every view point.

What I am hoping for, is that there is someone who maybe noticed that there might have been any indication of this change in a "once nice kid".

This question is not an attempt to "get him off" or make an excuse.

It is an honest effort to find out why an 18 year old male, who is also a person that people knew, went off the track into a horrible nightmare for so many people.

I saw earlier a post by a former friend and I'm so sorry that her post is gone.

My sympathy is with the victims.

I have questions about the attacker.

Once again, I would ask people to please contact my email address.
dontworry

Wilmington, DE

#33 Feb 11, 2008
i punched cheesburger in the face and he did nothing hes a lil bitch and he always will be
Bryan Wilkinson

Malvern, PA

#34 Feb 11, 2008
to the detective from marton who knows who helped him learn how to spell my name right its bryan wilkinson and if you got somethign to say why dont you come say it to my face the trial is next week and well see what happends. your a low life scumbag be a real man and put your name up there not oh i know who did this im an evesham detective well geusse what now im ganna press charges against the township thanks!
Jim E

AOL

#35 Feb 27, 2008
Libby wrote:
<quoted text>
I think that most people, other than his parents, are also glad to know that Kornberger will not be outside of a prison for the rest of his life.
I don't know of anyone who thinks that he is safe.
But there are people who did know another side of him. There are also people who knew that he was going bad before he was found out.
I really hope that your friend can find some peace for herself. I wish it for all of Kornberger's victims. Not one of them did anything to lead them to being a victim. Yet, they all have to live with the horrible results and the memories that can never be removed from their minds.
I totally understand that from every view point.
What I am hoping for, is that there is someone who maybe noticed that there might have been any indication of this change in a "once nice kid".
This question is not an attempt to "get him off" or make an excuse.
It is an honest effort to find out why an 18 year old male, who is also a person that people knew, went off the track into a horrible nightmare for so many people.
I saw earlier a post by a former friend and I'm so sorry that her post is gone.
My sympathy is with the victims.
I have questions about the attacker.
Once again, I would ask people to please contact my email address.
This is definetly characteristic of someone who had drug abuse problems at the times these crimes were comitted
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#36 Feb 27, 2008
Jim E wrote:
<quoted text>This is definetly characteristic of someone who had drug abuse problems at the times these crimes were comitted
Hi Jim. You feel that the drug abuse problems were the deciding factor in the changes from Christopher being a nice kid to the person who could become a person who stalks and attacks women?

I've wondered about the drug use also. However the drugs came into his life, they fed into his dark side, or they created it. Somewhere in there is probably the answer.

These are the things I wonder about.
Something happened in this young man that doesn't necessarily happen to everyone who uses drugs. But then again, what he took, how often, and in what circumstances could have made a big difference in the outcome. A lot more would need to be known. I'll be interested to see if any of it comes out in the trial.

Unless Kornberger's defense lawyer sees a reason to bring in that information, as a way to help out his client, then I doubt it will.

It is certainly a part of the big puzzle.
KP 3char

Coatesville, PA

#37 Feb 27, 2008
My mom is from Marlton and news like this makes me scared for her. I'm glad he's off the streets!
Libby

Philadelphia, PA

#38 Feb 27, 2008
KP 3char wrote:
My mom is from Marlton and news like this makes me scared for her. I'm glad he's off the streets!
You don't have to worry about your mom being attacked by this guy. He is definitely off the street. He will have years of prison, probably the rest of his life.

Hopefully, whatever happened with him, that turned him into an attacker, will not be happening to any other young man in this area.

Seattle Washington, is the place you want to stay away from as far as serial murders go. Sadly, you only have to look to Camden and Philadelphia to find the most random murders.

The Evesham/Marlton area is one of the best places to live. That is why this is such a big story. In the Chicago area, it's just another story. Unless it is Drew Peterson. But we still don't see him arrested.

North Carolina, the triangle area, is another hot bed of crime. Lots of wife murderers still walking free from that area.

Your mom is probably as safe as can be in Marlton.
matt marlton

Mount Laurel, NJ

#39 Feb 29, 2008
I played baseball with him and he is sick
matt marlton

Mount Laurel, NJ

#40 Feb 29, 2008
Anonymous wrote:
Chris is a nutjob, he has been since I played little league back with him back in the day. The only people who think that he may have been a caring and compassionate person are likely to be other marlton white trash who used to hang out with him back in the woods.
he

he was on our travel team 1 year. strange kid

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