Texts in Lori Vallow case exposed in courtroom
Former FBI special agent Doug Hart presented compelling evidence today in the trial of Lori Vallow, who is accused of murdering her two children after relocating them from Arizona to Idaho.
Hart, a retired FBI agent, testified about the contents of Lori Vallow’s iCloud account, shedding light on her conversations with Chad Daybell, her alleged co-conspirator and romantic partner.
The jury was presented with numerous texts discussing life insurance, money, and their plans for a new life together.
One particular text read by Hart revealed Lori’s excitement as she expressed, “It’s making me so happy to read about our life that I’m finally going to dance.
Missing you and loving you from afar.” Another text stated, “It was great.
I feel free again and can’t wait to be with you forever and ever.” These messages highlight the depth of their relationship and their alleged involvement in the triple murder case.
Hart also revealed that Lori Vallow had attended the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints in Gilbert, and her previous husbands’ deaths were discussed in the text messages.
The percentage of death was mentioned, indicating that they discussed the likelihood of their children, Tylee and J.J., as well as Tammy, Chad’s late wife, dying.
The witness explained that a higher percentage indicated a higher probability of death.
In another text exchange, Lori asked Chad, “Do you think there’s a perfectly orchestrated plan to take the children and we just have to wait for it to be carried out? What should I be doing?” Chad responded, “Oh, there is a plan being orchestrated for the children.
I was shown last night how it fits together, but it has been taken from my mind.”
The testimony from Doug Hart provided crucial insight into the case, revealing the disturbing conversations and alleged plans between Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell.
The trial continues, and further updates will be reported as the proceedings unfold.
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