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We pull back the curtain on the Idaho cult. Things are closing in on Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell Join us for this gripping episode where we recount Lori's first courtroom appearance in Idaho. Discover the intricate web of lies and diabolical crimes committed by Lori and Chad, as well as Lori's return to Idaho and the reduction of her bond from $5 million to $1 million.
As we uncover the sinister story, we also examine the importance of the presumption of innocence in Lori's case. We discuss the charges she faces, including desertion, and how they are ordinarily handled under the Child Protection Act. Considering Lori's history of consistent long-term residence and employment, we question if she truly poses a flight risk despite the intense media attention and scrutiny her case has received.
Finally, we delve into the mysterious events leading up to Lori Vallow's trial, such as Chad Daybell's application for a permit for a mobile home! We also touch on the suspicious death of Stacy Lynn Cope. We hear from Steve Cope about his wife's visit to Arizona in May 2019 and the chilling events of Christmas Eve 2019. Don't miss this jaw-dropping episode as we unveil the shocking truth behind the Idaho cult.
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Sources for this episode
Nate Eaton, East Idaho News
Justin Lum, Fox 10 Phoenix
Annie Cushing Annielytics.com
Fox 13 Salt Lake
KHON2 Hawaii News Now
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