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In what was probably one of the stupidest explanations ever, Letecia Stauch told the FBI that she met Michael the "arch" angel and he was trying to keep her from going to church.
What's even better? She knew it was really him because he had business cards. Seems legit.
The attorneys for Letecia Stauch earned the nicknames "Bookbag" (because he always had a bookbag) & "Boots" (because Dora also always had a bookbag & her sidekick was Boots).
(No actual monkeys were harmed in the making of this graphic)
In the cuddle heard round the world, Letecia Stauch & her attorney, "Bookbag" (see previous history lesson), were spotted canoodling during testimony of her search history.
This gross display of disrespect earned Bookbag a spot in our least favorite attorneys list.
Letecia Stauch is known to have given about 74,495 different versions of a story to explain why sweet 11 year old Gannon was missing. One story was a pregnant lady who got in her car and turns out she wasn't really pregnant, she had a fake belly full of cash.
I present to you, Cash Baby.
In a futile attempt to get out of having to serve time for murdering her stepson, Letecia Stauch attempted to fake having DID, pretending to have multiple personalities that she named and described to Dr. Dorothy Lewis.
A google search for "Spanish girl names" lead Letecia to Maria Sanchez, who spoke with a ridiculous fake Russian accent while still keeping Letecia's North Carolina twang. Talk abo
Among the nauseating romance BS that Chad wrote to Lori was as follows: "Grab me by the storm and I'll follow you to the ends of the Earth."
Directly following that, the detective tells us that "storm" is the nickname that gave his... umm... special area.
In another WTF moment, we hear testimony from Ian Pawlowski in the trial of Lori Vallow explaining how she told him that she took Satan, folded him like a taco, and sent him to Antarctica where he is now trapped in a box.
As of this writing, there are currently no devil tacos remaining in Arizona or Idaho.
In what was probably the most uncomfortable testimony from anyone ever, we had to listen to what is basically a dollar store knockoff Harlequin Romance book. Chad Daybell describes in grotesque detail his desire and "loin fire" for Lori Vallow.
I haven't felt this nauseous since I threw up on the Tilt-o-Whirl in 7th grade.
In a move that outraged J.K. Rowling fans nationwide, Chad actually compared himself to a grown up version of Harry Potter because he felt "stuck" having to spend time with his family after leaving his murderous mistress.
In real life, Chad is more like Draco Malfoy: He thinks he's more important than he really is, but he's nothing without his two cronies.
At 13th Juror, we couldn't help but make fun of the ridiculous wedding photos from Lori & Chad Daybell. We started with just the hosts, but had to add our special guests Recovery Addict, Bob Motta, & Matthew Harris Law.
The gang's all here.