The apocalyptic mother Lori Vallow caught her eye with a handkerchief during her first hearing on Tuesday on charges of conspiring with her new husband to hide or destroy their children’s bodies.
Wearing a blue face mask and matching sweater, Vallow appeared before the Fremont County Magistrate Faren Eddins while reading the charges at a virtual trial on 46, Zoom.
“Yes,” the judge replied when he asked if he understood the charges.
During short transactions, Vallow, with her wavy, blond hair partially tied, shook her hands while sitting at a table next to his lawyer, Mark Means.
Her eldest son, Colby Ryan, was also almost there and looked emotional, even if he did not speak.
Before the trial begins, Means is the name of the apocalyptic Chad Daybell, who was accused in the trial of his lady “Miss Daybell” from court.
The mixed remains of Vallow’s two children – 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow were buried in Daybell’s Idaho backyard earlier this month.
Vallow has been held under $ 1 million in Madison County Prison on charges of abandoning or abandoning children since March.
Monday night he was shot with two heavy conspiracies to destroy, change or hide evidence.
The judge ruled that his bail would remain at $ 1 million.
A preliminary hearing was held for 10 August.