Private eye in Lori Vallow case details ‘bizarre’ story

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The jury selection process has begun in the murder trial of Lori Vallow, whose case has been “bizarre” from the beginning, according to a private investigator hired by extended family.

Vallow is an Idaho woman accused of killing her two children and conspiring to kill her husband’s previous wife.

Rich Robertson is a private investigator who has been tracking the case since the death of Brandon Boudreaux, the estranged husband of Vallow’s niece.

“When I first was approached about helping out on this case, I knew nothing about the people involved and it came to me like a fire hose of stories of cults and missing kids and just a bizarre story that I wasn’t sure what to make of,” Robertson said Monday on “CUOMO.” “When it first got going on this, it was hard to piece together. It was a complicated story of people.”

It’s been nearly three years since the remains of 7-year-old JJ Vallow and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan were discovered in their backyard in rural Idaho.

Both Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell have pleaded not guilty to murder, conspiracy and grand theft charges in connection with the deaths of her children.

Vallow’s trial is scheduled to begin April 3. A trial date has not been set for Daybell, whose case was separated from Vallow’s by a judge.

Months after Vallow’s children went missing in September 2019, she was charged with felony desertion but didn’t tell investigators anything about where her children might be, KPNX-TV reported.

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