Lori Vallow Daybell Found Guilty By Jury 

Lori Vallow

Lori Vallow Daybell was found guilty with charges of murdering 2 of her children, Joshua Jaxon age 6, and Tylee Ryan age 17, and plotting the murder of her former partner by a jury. Lori Vallow’s present and fifth husband Chad Daybell was an accomplice in the crime however, they are put on separate trials. The Ada County Courthouse of Boise, Idaho broadcasted the reading of Lori’s verdict.

Lori Vallow’s trial continued for a month, the prosecutors presented graphic pictures of Lori’s murdered children and the manner they were found before the jury in their case against her. While Vallow’s team of lawyers did not present any witnesses, the case was resolved in a very short time.

During the trial, the state had called numerous witnesses and the jurors were shown the graphic pictures of Vallow’s dead children, the way their bodies had been disposed of, charred and wrapped in plastic. Text conversations from Lori Vallow’s phone were also showcased. Lori Vallow was indicted in a separate case in Arizona in July 2019, with charges of conspiring to murder Charles Vallow, her fourth husband with her brother Alex Cox.

Lori Vallow Believed Her Children Had Become Zombies 

Melanie Gibb, a friend of Lori Vallow as described by detective Ron Ball of the Rexburg police in an affidavit had said that Vallow had called and believed that her daughter Tylee had become a zombie. The concept might have been introduced to Lori by her husband Chad Daybell. Leah Sottile, an Oregon-based journalist has commented on Lori’s case of being entangled in an extreme subculture. She further said on Boise State Public Radio, that Lori and Chad existed in the fringes and thought of themselves as religious advocates according to Lindsay Blake, prosecutor of Fremont County.