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the stepfather refuses to say if they are alive

For the first time since the case began, Chad Daybell, the stepfather of Idaho’s missing children, answered questions from a reporter. He declined to say if little JJ and his sister Tylee are still alive.

Does Chad Daybell know of anything? The man, Lori Vallow’s fifth husband, with whom he fled to Hawaii several weeks ago, was questioned on Wednesday by an ABC reporter. Since last September, JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan, the children of his new wife, have been missing. Their mother was arrested last week, despite still refusing to cooperate with the justice system. Chad Daybell, too, does not wish to comment on this matter. “I can’t say anything, I can’t say anything,” he told ABC. “We have to wait until the justice process is over, now I have to go,” he just said.

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He too is in the sights of investigators. His wife, Tammy Daybell, died just two weeks before he remarried Lori Vallow. New analyzes are underway to find out the exact causes of his death. She is not the only person who died in this mysterious case. Charles Vallow, Lori Vallow’s fourth husband, was shot and killed by Alex Cox, Lori Vallow’s brother, who eventually committed suicide.

The accused mother

It was not until November 26 that the police were alerted by relatives worried that they had not heard from JJ. Faced with investigators, Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow claimed the child was staying with a family friend in Arizona. When the police returned the next day to execute a search warrant, the two had fled the home. Even more troubling, police said the couple had told witnesses Tylee was dead on his side several months ago.

Police had given the mother a deadline to say where her children are, but she did not respond. She was finally arrested last week. According to the indictment, she “abandoned her two minor children, prevented the authorities from finding them and encouraged another individual to do the same.” Indicted for child abandonment and desertion, she faces up to 28 years in prison. His bond was set at $ 5 million. Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell are part of a religious sect, Preparing with People, which believes in Jesus’ return to Earth and the end of the world.

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