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    New trial date set for trial in Lincoln woman’s slaying

    WILBER, Neb. (AP) — A new trial date has been scheduled in the slaying and dismemberment of a Lincoln woman.

    The new date is Sept. 23 in Lexington for 26-year-old Bailey Boswell. Boswell is also charged with conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of remains in the November 2017 death of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe.

    The trial had been set to begin later this month, but a Saline County judge agreed to a delay because of a family medical emergency within the court. The trial was moved to Dawson County because of pretrial publicity in Saline County.

    Boswell’s co-defendant, Aubrey Trail, was found guilty of the same charges in July and faces a possible death penalty. Authorities are also seeking the death penalty for Boswell.

    Loofe’s body parts were found in 14 pieces in ditches along a state highway weeks after her disappearance. She was reported missing Nov. 16, 2017 — two days after she had gone on a date with Boswell.

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    Man Convicted Of Murdering, Dismembering Girlfriends Tinder Date Must Wait A Few Months Longer To Learn Fate

    Aubrey Trail was convicted of murdering Sydney Loofe and dismembering her corpse at a trial last summer. His girlfriend, Bailey Boswell, is also charged but is yet to stand trial

    By Connor Mannion
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    A Nebraska man convicted of murdering and dismembering a young woman who went on a Tinder date with his girlfriend will wait until the end of the year to learn if he will be condemned to death for the crime.

    Aubrey Trail, 53, has a new sentencing hearing scheduled for Dec. 15, at which point a panel of three judges will decide if he receives the death penalty or a life sentence, the Omaha World-Herald reported. He was previously scheduled to be sentenced in June.

    Trail's 26-year-old girlfriend Bailey Boswell, who is also charged in the killing of Sydney Loofe, 24, will face trial on first-degree murder charges later this year, the outlet reported. Her trial had been postponed because of a family emergency.

    https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/au...encing-delayed
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    Boswell trial to begin Wednesday; charged in 2017 death of Sydney Loofe

    By Siouxland News

    LEXINGTON, Neb. The second murder trial in the 2017 death of Sydney Loofe is set to get underway in Nebraska later this week.


    Bailey Boswell's trial is set to start Wednesday in Lexington after a family emergency and then the coronavirus pandemic pushed it back from its original March start date.


    Prosecutors have already convicted Aubrey Trail of murder in Loofe's death, but say Boswell was an accomplice.


    Trail has yet to be sentenced and faces the death penalty.

    https://siouxlandnews.com/news/local...f-sydney-loofe
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    Jury chosen for Bailey Boswell's trial in the slaying of Sydney Loofe

    By Paul Hammel
    Omaha World-Herald

    LEXINGTON, Neb. Jurors will hear opening arguments Friday morning in the murder trial of Bailey Boswell, who is accused of first-degree murder in the death and dismemberment of Lincoln store clerk Sydney Loofe.

    Thursday afternoon, lawyers for the state and Boswell selected eight men and seven women for the jury.

    Twelve of those people will ultimately decide if the 26-year-old is guilty or innocent of first-degree murder, a charge that comes with the possibility of the death penalty. The three others will be alternates.

    Trail is scheduled to find out in December whether he will be sentenced to death or to life in prison.

    Boswells trial, which was moved to Lexington because of the publicity surrounding Trails trial in Wilber, is expected to last four weeks.

    Only jurors, the attorneys and three pool reporters will be allowed in the courtroom, because of COVID-19 concerns.

    On Thursday, attorneys in the Nebraska Attorney Generals Office, who are prosecuting the case, took turns questioning potential jurors with Boswells lawyers, who are from the State Commission on Public Advocacy.

    Boswell, dressed in a long-sleeve gray sweater and black dress, appeared much more engaged and alert than in previous court appearances. She regularly took notes as jurors were being questioned and frequently talked with her attorneys as the voir dire, or jury selection, process continued. In past hearings, Boswell a former high school basketball standout from Leon, Iowa stared straight ahead, emotionless.

    Todd Lancaster, one of Boswells attorneys, told jurors that he would not say whether Boswell will testify in her own defense. But one of his questions to potential jurors was whether they would hold it against a defendant who didnt take the stand to tell her side of the story.

    Lancaster also asked jurors if they felt that someone who was nearby when a crime was committed should also be considered guilty.

    Lead prosecutor Mike Guinan of the Attorney Generals Office quizzed jurors about whether they had any misgivings in finding someone guilty of a crime that could be punishable by death. He also asked if jurors would be queasy viewing grisly photographs.

    https://omaha.com/news/state-and-reg...9695a9170.html
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Bailey Boswell spoke of 'killing and torture,' prosecutor says in opening statements

    By Paul Hammel
    Omaha World-Herald

    LEXINGTON, Neb. Bailey Boswell, accused in the 2017 slaying and dismemberment of a Lincoln store clerk she met via an Internet dating app, got off sexually from talk about killing and torture.

    That was part of the opening statement given to jurors Friday by a prosecutor as the murder trial of Boswell, a 26-year-old native of Leon, Iowa, got underway in this central Nebraska meatpacking town.

    The trial was moved here from Saline County because of the publicity surrounding the slaying of Sydney Loofe, a 24-year-old clerk at Menards who had arranged a date with Boswell via Tinder, a social media site for meeting people and setting up dates.

    Boswells boyfriend, Aubrey Trail, was convicted last year of first-degree murder in Loofe's death. He is scheduled to find out in December whether hell be sentenced to life in prison or death.

    Boswell is charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of human remains. She faces the possibility of the death penalty if convicted of the murder charge.

    On Friday, Sandra Allen, the lead prosecutor from the Nebraska Attorney Generals Office, told jurors that the evidence will show that Boswell and Trail had conspired to lure young women into a lifestyle that included rules like not wearing clothes in their apartment, participating in group sex, and wearing a dog collar and drinking out of a dog bowl.

    Three women who had joined up with the pair for a couple of weeks, Allen said, will testify that Trail and Boswell often talked about "killing and torture."

    "They will tell you that Bailey Boswell got off sexually talking about those kinds of things," Allen said.

    During Trail's trial, one of the women testified that Boswell was called the "queen witch" and Trail was referred to as "daddy." The woman testified she was told that she could gain "powers" and become a witch if she killed someone. But Trail, in his testimony, dismissed that as fantasy talk.

    On Friday, the prosecutor said that cellphone records and store surveillance video will track the actions of Boswell and Trail, including when they purchased items including tin snips and a hack saw just prior to Loofes date with Boswell on Nov. 15, 2017.

    Loofe's cellphone went dead after that date in Wilber, where Boswell and Trail rented a basement apartment. The clerk's body parts were found three weeks later about 60 miles away, deposited along country roads in several black plastic bags.

    Boswells lead defense attorney, Todd Lancaster of the Nebraska Commission for Public Advocacy, cautioned jurors that opening statements arent evidence and that they should judge whether the testimony of the three women is credible.

    Do their stories match up?" Lancaster asked. "Youre going to hear some crazy things from these women, things that youll shake your heads at.

    He also told jurors that prosecutors will attempt to get your emotions riled up by repeatedly showing autopsy photos of Loofes dismembered body.

    Theyre going to assault you with those pictures, Lancaster said. Ask yourself, is it because their evidence is not strong?

    Trail, during his trial, testified that Loofe was accidentally strangled during a sex game that she had voluntarily agreed to with him and Boswell. He said that Boswell helped him dispose of the body but was not responsible for Loofe's death.

    He is not expected to testify at Boswells trial, which is expected to last four weeks. Lancaster declined to tell jurors whether Boswell will testify in her own defense, but asked the eight men and seven women hearing the case if they would hold it against his client if she didn't.

    The trial is being conducted with strict precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and a possible suspension of proceedings. All participants are wearing masks, and temperature checks are conducted upon entering the courthouse. The only people allowed in the courtroom besides the judge, attorneys and jury are three "pool" media members.

    A video feed is being sent to a courthouse annex in Lexington, where four members of the Loofe family and three members of Boswell's family watched the proceedings on Friday. The audio, initially, was often garbled Friday. But a change in microphones in the courtroom midway through the opening statements made the arguments clearer to discern for the family members and other spectators.

    https://kearneyhub.com/news/state-an...076cc7cb8.html
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    Don't be surprised if Trail testifies on Boswell's behalf

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    Testimony in Boswell trial turns to 'sugar daddy' lifestyle and killing to become a 'witch'

    By Paul Hammel
    Omaha World-Herald

    LEXINGTON, Neb. Testimony in the Bailey Boswell murder trial turned bizarre Wednesday as a woman described the sugar daddy lifestyle that she joined with Boswell and her boyfriend, Aubrey Trail.

    That lifestyle included talk of torture and killing someone, strict rules and an offer to become a witch by breathing the last breath of someone she killed.

    Ashley Hills told jurors that she believed that Trail could read her mind. She said he described himself as a vampire who had the power to fly and controlled what he called the coven.

    Did Bailey Boswell ever talk about torturing someone, Hills was asked by prosecutor Sandra Allen.

    Multiple times, Hills responded.

    Hills agreed with Boswells defense attorney Todd Lancaster of the Nebraska Commission on Public Advocacy that when she was with Aubrey Trail, she was under his influence and he was domineering her actions. Trail was a psychopath who used her and Boswell, Hills testified.

    Boswell, 26, is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying and dismemberment of Sydney Loofe, a 24-year-old clerk at Menards who met Boswell over the dating app Tinder.

    Trail was found guilty last year of first-degree murder in Loofe's death. He is scheduled to find out in December if hell be sentenced to death or life in prison. Boswell also could face the possibility of the death penalty if found guilty of first-degree murder.

    The trial, which was moved from Wilber because of publicity about the case, is expected to wrap up on Tuesday.

    On Wednesday, Hills testified that she met someone named Jenna via Tinder, in the summer of 2017, several weeks before Loofe met Boswell.

    Hills said that it wasnt Boswell but Trail, an ex-convict from Tennessee, who picked her up in Lincoln for her first date.

    During that date at a Wilber apartment shared by Trail and Boswell, Hills said she was told she could come back around and stay around ... in their lives if she wanted.

    Hills was given $200 on that first visit and was told that was her weekly allowance if she agreed to join the group, she testified. Among the rules for joining no contact with any other men, call Trail Daddy, check in with him every three hours and seek permission from him for any requests.

    In exchange, Hills said she had to come to the Wilber apartment at least twice a week. She said Trail paid her bills, gave her gifts and money for marijuana, and took her, Boswell and another woman on an all-expenses paid trip to Branson, Missouri.

    Anytime I asked for anything I wasnt told no, she said.

    Later Hills testified about traveling to Beatrice to scope out a woman there who had been chosen for her to kill, to become a witch.

    The killing, though, never happened, Hills said, and she left the group after Boswell threatened to punish her with 20-30 lashes for not calling her mistress or maam in public.

    During the bizarre testimony, some in the jury of eight men and seven women squirmed in their seats or glanced at Boswell. Boswell mostly looked at Hills during her testimony, but during a break in the proceedings, appeared to scan the faces of the jurors.

    Hills testified that she was punished, by whipping and choking, when she didnt follow the group's rules. She also said that Boswell told her shed been whipped by Trail.

    https://starherald.com/news/state-an...9053ae0dc.html
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Jury finds Nebraska woman guilty of dismembering Tinder date

    LEXINGTON, Neb. (AP) A jury found a woman guilty Wednesday of the killing another woman who disappeared after a Tinder date and whose dismembered remains were later found in trash bags along rural Nebraska roads.

    Jurors took less than four hours to find Bailey Boswell, 26, guilty of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and improper disposal of human remains in the 2017 killing of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe of Lincoln, the Omaha World-Herald reported.

    Boswells defense had argued she was forced by her boyfriend to go along with the killing and dismemberment, but state prosecutors said Boswell acted in tandem with Aubrey Trail, 54, to meet and kill Loofe.

    Boswell could become the first woman sent to death row in Nebraska when shes sentenced at a later date. Trail was found guilty last year and also faces a possible death penalty.

    Investigators say Boswell arranged a date with Loofe, a Lincoln store clerk, through the dating app Tinder for Nov. 15, 2017 the same day officials say Loofe was killed. Loofe was reported missing by her family, and a massive search was launched. Her remains werent found until Dec. 4, when her dismembered body was found stuffed into garbage bags that had been dumped in a field near Edgar, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) southwest of Lincoln.

    https://federalnewsnetwork.com/u-s-n...g-tinder-date/
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