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Lori Vallow Daybell’s Uncle Reacts to Guilty Verdict

Lori Vallow Daybell’s uncle, Rex Connor, expressed his reaction to the recent guilty verdict in an interview with KTVB.

After a long trial that spanned five weeks and involved approximately 60 witnesses, the jury found Lori Vallow guilty of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, Grand Theft, and the deaths of her two children, JJ and Ty Lee, as well as her husband’s late wife, Tammy Daybell.

The verdict has brought a sense of relief to the families involved, who have been waiting for justice for years.

Speaking about the difficulty of preparing for such a verdict, Rex Connor shared, “We even tried to prepare ourselves, and we found out there’s not a way to prepare for this.

What’s the proper reaction? What’s the proper just way to absorb this? We don’t know.

We’re still trying to figure that out, and we’ve decided the predominant emotion and reaction is relief that we’ve come to this mile marker.” While Lori Vallow’s mother, Janice, maintains contact with her, Rex Connor stated that Lori remains trapped in her delusion, making it impossible to have serious conversations with her.

Rex Connor expressed gratitude for the widespread attention and concern surrounding the case.

He highlighted the unity among the millions of people who are aware of the story and want justice for the victims, including Kylie, JJ, Ty Lee, Tammy, and Charles.

Despite the pain and scars caused by this tragic event, Rex emphasized the silver lining of people coming together for a common cause.

Acknowledging the efforts of those involved in the investigation and legal proceedings, Rex thanked Larry and Kay, who initially raised concerns when the children went missing, as well as law enforcement, lawyers, and the media for their dedicated involvement in the case.

The focus now turns to the upcoming sentencing hearing for Lori Vallow, which is expected to take place in Fremont County, where the case originated.

For more in-depth reports, reactions from JJ and Ty Lee’s family, and the complete verdict, visit

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