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The third day of testimony in the triple murder trial for 49-year-old Lori Vallow Daybell, a “doomsday cult” member and mother of two deceased children and two deceased ex-husbands, began on Wednesday morning in Ada County, Idaho. In connection with the 2019 deaths of Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ashlyn Ryan, 17, Vallow and her fifth and current husband, 54-year-old Chad Daybell, are charged with murder.
On various dates in September of that year, the kids vanished. A child desertion charge led to Vallow’s initial arrest in Hawaii in February 2020. Later that year, after the kids’ remains were discovered buried on his farm, Daybell was taken into custody. In May 2021, the two defendants were charged with killing Tammy Daybell, Daybell’s 49-year-old first wife, and the children of Vallow.
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Lori Vallow Daybell is 54 years old.
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The couple’s cases were recently split and will now be tried individually even though they were first charged as husband and wife co-defendants.Twelve jurors and six alternates were selected last week from among the almost 2,000 Ada County citizens who were served summonses. Seventh District Judge Steven Boyce, who is presiding over the trial, previously informed potential jurors that the complex case is anticipated to run up to eight weeks.
On Tuesday, the jury heard Detective Ray Hermosillo of the Rexburg Police Department’s account of the gloomy and unquestionably horrible finding of the children’s remains and Chad Daybell’s attempt to flee when their bodies were discovered.The thought of seeing the autopsy photos of her killed children supposedly proved to be too much for the defendant to take; as a result, the trial was adjourned for an hour due to the defendant’s allegedly “emotional” reaction to the morning’s testimony and anticipation of the visual evidence.
Lori Vallow eventually received a formal request from the defence to leave the room and forgo testifying for Hermosillo’s afternoon viewing of those gruesome pictures. That request was refused by Judge Stephen Boyce. Following the conclusion of Wednesday’s hearings, the prosecution issued a statement that Law&Crime was able to receive.
“There has been a death in the family of one of the prosecutor’s lead attorneys,” the statement from the prosecution read. The prosecution has been graciously allowed to conform to this personal issue by the court and defence. The trial is scheduled to resume next Tuesday, April 17, and it is anticipated that Friday will also be a brief day in court.