TYLEE Ryan’s aunt slammed Lori Vallow after the mother was convicted of murdering her two children on Friday.
“It lightens the load a bit.”
Cushing also conducted an interview with KTVB After the verdict, the aunt was asked if she had anything to say to Lori.
“It would fall on deaf ears,” Cushing said.
“She’s a psychopath. She has no worries about the pain and suffering she has caused other people.”
In her Twitter thread, Cushing thanked the prosecutors, judge and jury who helped convict Lori.
She also thanked the press and agreed crime Podcasters “who have focused on this case for more than three years.”
Cushing believes Chad will also be convicted for his alleged involvement in the murders.
“These criminals were at the level of a clown automobile,” She said.
Also JJ’s grandfather Larry Woodcock spoke to the media after the verdict.
His statement referred to “The Party’s Over,” a song by the singer-songwriter Willie Nelson.
“Turn off the lights, the party’s over. They say all good things must come to an end,” sang Woodcock.
“Lori, it’s over.”
The grandfather also thanked the jury for their decision.
“What they went through — what they saw is amazing,” he said.
“I hope nobody ever has to go through this — I hope nobody ever has to see and hear the details of what happened with JJ, Tylee and Tammy.”
“Wouldn’t there be another burial site in Chad Daybell’s backyard?” she wondered.
Patti Wood, an internationally renowned body language expert, analyzed Lori’s behavior during the verdict for The US Sun.
“She’s suppressing her anger,” Wood said.
“She doesn’t think that’s fair.”
A sentencing hearing for Lori is expected in about three months, Judge Steven Boyce said.
She may face a life sentence.
Chad’s process could begin as early as June 2024.
He faces three murder charges, two for the deaths of Lori’s children and one for the murder of his first wife, Tammy.
Chad was also charged with conspiracy to murder in all three counts.
These allegations include conspiracy to commit grand theft by deception.
Lori was also convicted of similar charges after cashing her children’s Social Security checks after their deaths.
Chad could potentially face the death penalty if convicted.