Prosecutors say Lori Vallow Daybell was motivated by ‘money, power and sex’ as murder trial begins

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The case of Lori Vallow Daybell is one of money, power and sex.

That’s according to prosecutor Lindsey A. Blake, who gave the state of Idaho’s opening argument Monday in the trial of Vallow Daybell, who is charged with conspiracy, murder and grand theft in the deaths of her two children, JJ and Tylee.

But attorneys for Vallow Daybell say it’s a story of unanswered questions.

Vallow Daybell also faces charges in the death of her new husband’s first wife, Tammy Daybell, whose cause of death was revealed for the first time as prosecutors laid out a map for the case jurors will hear over the next several weeks.

Chad Daybell, who is also charged in the three deaths, has pleaded not guilty and will face a separate trial.

“The defendant Lori Vallow Daybell used money, power and sex, or the promise of those things, to get what she wanted. What she wanted, was money, power and sex,” Blake told the jury. “It didn’t matter what obstacle she had to remove to get what she wanted … if it was a person, it didn’t matter who.”

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