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Utah Mom Kouri Richins Googled Luxury Prisons For The Rich After Allegedly Killing Husband

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Kouri Richins is a Utah mother of three who wrote children’s books and was accused of killing her husband in 2013. According to court documents, she allegedly searched for “luxury jails for the wealthy” after his murder.

The prosecution claims that Richins poisoned Eric Richins (39), her husband at their Kamas home, located just outside Park City on March 3, 2022 while their three sons were asleep.

Records reveal that she also told the police, after her husband’s death, “he didn’t just die in his bed,” when they found him dead.

Richins was refused bail when she appeared in court Monday.

In court records, however, new details about the case have been revealed. They show that investigators gained access to Richins’ phone and discovered various Google searches with typos, which they believe could be used against her as evidence of guilt, although her defense team disagrees.

She searched for phrases such as “luxury jails in America,” “how much time does it take to pay life insurance companies [sic],” can deleted messages be recovered, “what data can be obtained from a phone [sic],” how to turn off find my iphone [sic], “can cops make you do a lie-detector test,” when does FBI become involved in a particular case,” what is considered a “lethal.dose” of fentanyl (sic),

Richins’ Google Search History included searches for her net worth, ranches available for sale in Tennessee, Montana, and her husband’s family ties with the police in Summit County in Utah.

Skye Lazaro filed a response on Sunday to the allegations of the State, stating that her “search history was merely a response as to what was going on with the investigation and not evidence as to guilt as the State claims.”

Lazaro also sought Richins’ bail, “because there are no substantial charges to support them,” but a judge denied bail on Monday for the murder suspect.

Amy Richins called her sister in law “desperately greedy and highly manipulative” during Richins bail hearing on Monday.

How can someone value human life at such a low price? “I cannot understand it,” she said.

Richins is accused of purchasing four life insurance policies totaling $1.9 million on Eric Richins between 2015 and 2017. Document states that on Jan. 1, 2022 months before his death, Kouri “secretly and without authorization” changed the beneficiary of Eric Richins’ $2 million policy to her.

Investigators claim that Eric removed Kouri from his will prior to his death and named his sister as beneficiary. According to his family, he was in fear of his life when Kouri allegedly poisoned him twice in Greece: once in 2010 and again in 2022.

Kouri wanted to buy a $2,000,000 mansion that was under construction in Wasatch county. The couple had financial issues. A warrant says that she wanted to flip it and sell it at a profit.

Investigators learned that Eric’s family believed the house was too costly.

Kouri, the owner of a realty company, is accused by Eric’s family members of poisoning him with a Moscow Mule spiked in fentanyl. This opioid is deadly even in small doses. They were celebrating their home sale on March 3, 2022. Kouri, who owns a real estate company, is accused of poisoning Eric with a Moscow Mule spiked with fentanyl. This opioid can be lethal in small doses.

Kouri, who was wearing a body camera at the time of Eric’s murder, told investigators that morning, March 4, 2022 she didn’t know what had happened to her husband, after reporting his death to police.

“He didn’t just die in his sleep. She told the police that she thought it was insane.

Kouri Richins reportedly said “Oh my God” after learning that her children had heard of the death of their father. This cannot be happening. This cannot be happening. “This can’t possibly be happening.”

Kouri’s attorney claims that Summit County officials failed to read Richins Miranda rights when they interrogated her following the death of Eric Richins and ignored communications from her lawyer. The filing claims that due to alleged malpractice investigators should refrain from using Ms. Richins cell phone passcode.

Kouri’s defence team also takes issue with the testimony of a witness, identified in court documents as C.L. In court documents, a witness named C.L. is currently in jail. C.L. C.K. After more than an hour of questioning, investigators forced her to identify the fentanyl.

Kouri, after Eric’s passing, wrote “Are You with Me?” a book for children about death.

The book “Are you with me?” was priced at $14.99 on Amazon. As “a must-read book for any child who’s experienced the pain and loss of a loved one, and for parents that want to give their children the emotional support and growth they need.”

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