Lori Vallow Juror Says He 'Put Face to Evil,' Another Breaks Down in Tears in Discussing Idaho Mom's Case
"I was disgusted. I didn't want to look at them," said one juror. "I just couldn't believe how someone can be that happy when your kids are in the ground."
A juror and alternate are speaking out about the Lori Vallow Daybell trial and the woman they found guilty in the killings of her two children, 7-year-old JJ and 16-year-old Tylee.
"You talk about good and bad, good and evil. And I think for the first time in my life, I put a face to evil."
That is what Saul Hernandez told ABC News in his first interview since he and 11 other jurors voted to convict the "Doomsday Mom."
Herandez said that he was repulsed by wedding photos showing Lori and Chad Daybell getting married in Hawaii.
"I was disgusted. I didn't want to look at them," said Hernandez. "I just couldn't believe how someone can be that happy when your kids are in the ground."
It was only a few months after that wedding when the bodies of JJ and Tylee were found buried on Daybell's property in Idaho.
Hernandez said that when jury deliberations began, he had reasonable doubt that Vallow Daybell murdered Tylee. Then, after discussing all the evidence with his fellow jurors, he says he came around and voted guilty on all charges.
An alternate juror is also breaking her silence, and opening up about the trauma of the trial in an interview with Law & Crime.
"I just came home and I cried at how, someone could do something to children like that," said the juror, who is identified only as Tiffany. "It's pure evil."
Tiffany said that she believes Vallow Daybell's defense blundered by failing to call any witnesses.
"I was expecting a little bit more than what we were offered," Tiffany said Wednesday.
Vallow Daybell was photographed for a new mugshot after the jury convicted her on all six of the charges she faced at trial, which were: conspiracy to commit first-degree murder of Tylee Ryan, first-degree murder of Tylee Ryan, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder of JJ Vallow, first-degree murder of JJ Vallow, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder of Tammy Daybell and grand theft.
In the new mugshot, the once vibrant and attractive woman looked haggard and tired. She will next be transferred to a state correctional facility after her sentencing in three months.
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