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Post by Wrapitup on Fri May 11, 2012 2:23 am

By Melinda Rogers | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published May 09 2012 06:46 pm • Last Updated May 09 2012 11:34 pm

Tacoma, Wash. • An attorney for the parents of Susan Cox Powell who filed a formal request with both the West Valley City Police Department and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department in Tacoma, Wash., to review all investigative files related to the missing woman’s case will soon receive the documents.

Anne Bremner, a Seattle attorney who represents Chuck and Judy Cox, filed formal requests last month under Utah’s Government Records Access and Management Act and Washington’s Public Records Act for "complete copies of any and all investigative files concerning the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell."

Bremner said Wednesday that Pierce County has agreed to give her all the documents she has requested following the voyeurism trial in Tacoma for Steven Powell, Susan’s father-in-law. The trial is expected to end next week.

Bremner said she is still waiting to hear from West Valley City. The city’s 10-day deadline to respond to Bremner’s request was by the end of Wednesday.

Bremner considers Pierce County’s response a major victory, she said. And she plans to share information in the files with the public.

"Unless there is some kind of prohibition that I’m given that is specific and well-founded, then I plan to [share the information with the public]," she said.

Bremner is seeking the documents on behalf of the Cox family for "potential litigation in which they may seek civil redress in connection with Susan’s disappearance on Dec. 6, 2009," her request stated.

Bremner said recently that although West Valley City Police Chief Thayle "Buzz" Nielsen told the Coxes in February that they could review files related to their daughter’s case, the family has not yet received any documents that give them insight into how West Valley City has handled the investigation.

Nielsen visited the Coxes in Puyallup, Wash., in February after the Coxes’ son-in-law, Josh Powell, killed himself along with his two young sons in a gasoline-fueled fire at his Graham, Wash., home. Josh Powell was the only person of interest named in the disappearance of his wife.

In her request, Bremner referenced laws that entitle crime victims, survivors and witnesses access to investigative files in some cases.

"Although public-disclosure laws exempt some police investigative files from disclosure, the exemption applies only where disclosure would compromise the investigation or violate an individual’s right to privacy," Bremner wrote in her request. "Neither factor is at issue here. The investigation into the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell has been a joint agency investigation between West Valley City Police and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. We believe Washington law applies to our request as well."

Bremner wrote that the Cox family seeks the investigative files to "further our representation."

"Release of the information we are seeking would further the interests of justice because it would allow us to better represent our client, the victim in this case," Bremner wrote.

West Valley City has denied a similar request from The Salt Lake Tribune, which asked the city to release all documents related to the investigation of Josh Powell.

The West Valley City Council last month denied the request, which had previously been denied by West Valley City’s city manager.

In a four-page document outlining the reasoning behind the denial, West Valley City officials wrote that Utah law allows the city to classify records as protected if the records "reasonably could be expected to interfere with investigations undertaken for enforcement, discipline, licensing, certification or registration purposes."

The city also stated that releasing the documents may "create a danger of depriving a person of a right to a fair trial or impartial hearing," among other reasons cited.

"As requested, ‘any and all documents pertaining to the investigation of Joshua Powell as a person of interest in the December 2009 disappearance of his wife, Susan Cox Powell,’ meet the criteria of protected records," the document states.

Terry Orme, managing editor of The Tribune, has said the council’s decision to deny the release of the records is not in the public’s interest.

"The Tribune thinks that the public has the interest and the right to have a glimpse into the investigation of Susan Powell’s disappearance. First, this investigation has been going on for more than two years without any discernible progress. Second, significant taxpayer-funded resources have been expended in this investigation.

"Citizens deserve to know how their money is being spent," said Orme.

"Third, the only individual named by police as a person of interest has killed himself and has killed two innocent children along the way. This all argues for West Valley City to open up its investigative documents to see how this process has been handled."

Clint Gilmore, West Valley City assistant chief prosecutor and police legal adviser, argued that disclosure of the requested records could interfere with the ongoing investigation into Susan Powell’s disappearance. He said records can be withheld if release would create a danger of depriving someone of a right to a fair trial or reasonably could be expected to disclose the identity of a source.

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Normal Powell trial puts grieving process on hold for Cox family/“Everything halts when something comes out” about missing woman or her boys, sister says.

Post by Wrapitup on Sat May 12, 2012 4:39 pm

By Melinda Rogers | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published May 11 2012 04:08 pm • Updated 31 minutes ago

Bonney Lake, Wash. • The fish tank in Denise Cox’s dining room is a reminder of a birthday present that never got delivered.

Earlier this year, Cox, the sister of missing West Valley City woman Susan Cox Powell, had asked her nephew Charlie what he wanted for his birthday before the big day arrived on Jan. 9.

The soon-to-be 7-year-old, living with grandparents Chuck and Judy Cox at a house not far from his aunt’s in Washington state, was meticulous with his response. He wrote his aunt a letter describing the goldfish he desired, complete with instructions on how to care for the pets so his aunt would buy the right supplies.

He also drew her illustrations of the fish, so she’d know what to look for at the store.

A snowstorm prevented Denise Cox from delivering her nephew’s present on the day of his birthday party. It wasn’t until a few weeks later that she coordinated a time to bring the new fish tank over: the evening of Feb. 5.

But she never got to see Charlie unwrap his gift.

That day, Charlie, along with his brother, 5-year-old Braden, died after their father, 36-year-old Josh Powell, attacked them with a hatchet and set fire to his Graham-area rental home. All three perished inside. At the time, Powell was locked in a bitter custody dispute with his in-laws and things weren’t working out in his favor in court. He wrote in a suicide message that he couldn’t live without his boys.

It’s been more than three months since that horrific day, but it still feels like yesterday, Denise Cox said. She didn’t have the heart to return her nephew’s fish tank. Instead, it sits in her home along with other mementos of her nephews, like the "Cars" themed pillow that Braden slept on each night and a giant teddy bear Charlie loved.

"The fish tank, it’s like, you know why it’s there," said Cox, staring at five fish swimming around. "You look at it and think, ‘Yeah, they would have really liked that.’ I imagine the boys are around it sometimes."

The family hasn’t had time to grieve for the boys — or for Susan, 28, who disappeared in December 2009, Cox said, particularly as the voyeurism trial for Powell’s father, Steve Powell, has cast a reminding spotlight on disturbing events of the past 21/2 years.

"Every time we try to get life back to normal, everything halts when something comes out about [Susan or her boys]," Cox said. "Then you deal with it and you start moving on with your life again, and then something else happens. That’s just how it has been."

While the missing woman isn’t the focus of the voyeurism charges for which Steve Powell is standing trial, Susan’s name has been prevalent at court proceedings, which are expected to end Tuesday. From discussion of journal entries where Steve Powell wrote about his sexual obsession for his daughter-in-law, to a string of photos that Steve Powell took of the unsuspecting woman, the Cox family has learned difficult new details about Susan’s in-laws.

Judge Ronald E. Culpepper has barred most of the evidence related to Susan from being presented to jurors, after ruling the materials weren’t relevant to Steve Powell’s current charges, which involve filming two young neighbor girls in their bathroom when they were 8 and 9 years old. But evidence related to Susan became a part of the public record during preliminary motions, where as attorneys argued, the Coxes discovered more about Steve Powell filming Susan without her consent.

The revelations are stunning to Denise Cox, who said that while her sister believed Steve Powell was a creep, it’s unlikely the woman knew the extent of her father-in-law’s stalking.

"I don’t think Susan knew how bad it was," Cox said of Steve Powell’s infatuation for her sister. "I started crying in the trial … thinking about Susan."

A quest for answers to find out what happened to Susan keeps Cox going, as well as her father, Chuck Cox.

He admits the family hasn’t properly grieved. How can they, he said, when "it’s not over" and they must forge ahead to keep seeking answers in Susan’s case.

"We have our moments of grieving," Chuck Cox said. "But we’re in a battle here."

Denise Cox said that the ongoing stress of her sister’s disappearance has put strain on her family. Her mother, Judy Cox, would like to cut back on the family’s visibility in the media. But Denise and Chuck Cox believe keeping Susan’s name in the public is the key to a breakthrough in the case.

The family also has its private set of struggles, Denise Cox said. Her older sister, who lives in Virginia, recently shared with her that she’s tired of her parents speaking only of Susan’s case when calling and wishes there could be more talk of life in the now.

Denise Cox’s youngest daughter, who is 6, has become obsessed with death after her cousins’ funeral in February.

"She keeps asking when I’m going to die and what’s going to happen to her," said Denise Cox. "I think, ‘You’re 6. You shouldn’t be worrying about this.’ "

Denise Cox visits her nephews’ final resting place every other week. The gravesite doesn’t yet contain a permanent headstone, and is marked by green plastic placards with the boys’ birth dates. Other visitors still stop by the site, leaving pinwheels, toy cars, dinosaurs, flowers and superhero figurines.

At the place where Josh Powell blew up his house, not much remains of the horrendous crime that took place. The house has been razed, and a pit of gravel surrounded by overgrown weeds and dandelions remain. But a closer look reveals some charred papers and glass that weren’t collected during the cleanup after the fiery explosion. Yellow police tape is still in a corner of the lot. Only two purple crosses adorn a site once overflowing with condolence notes, candles and teddy bears.

The Cox family has said they are hopeful Steve Powell’s trial will bring new information to the forefront about Susan’s fate. They believe Steve Powell knows what happened to his daughter-in-law and could have assisted his son in harming the woman.

Denise Cox said she is aware the end of Steve Powell’s trial may bring no answers. In that case, she said, she’ll keep fighting for her sister.

"With me it will be an end when we find out what happened to Susan instead of wondering, ‘Where is she?’ " said Cox, who believes her sister was murdered. "When I go to the gravesite, I want to be able to see Susan and not just the boys. I want to be able to talk to her there."

For now, the family must wait until jurors decide whether to convict Steve Powell next week on 14 voyeurism charges. He faces up to five years in prison on each charge, if convicted.

Denise Cox said she’ll be relieved when Steve Powell’s case concludes. She’s hopeful for a conviction and tries not to dwell on thoughts of what her nephews’ lives were like when they resided with their paternal grandfather.

"It scares me wondering what happened to those boys in that house. You don’t know," she said. "What Steve is capable of? With what Josh was capable of? What went on? I try not to think about it."

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Post by HippyChick2 on Sun May 13, 2012 10:11 am

I hope that nasty man gets as many years in prison as possible. He is grose, grose, grose.
I think its sickening that AFTER Josh is dead they miraculously find storage unit and bloody comforter. WTF? WHY couldn't they have found that sooner, when they were supposedly still 'investigating' Josh for Susans murder? Why wasn't the rental home he had secured just for visits checked out more thoroughly, and determined that Josh did not actually live there?
I still say people suspected of MURDER should NOT have visitation or access to their children. Its time children were more protected. Makes me sick. JMO.
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Post by Wrapitup on Sun May 13, 2012 5:26 pm

Circumstantial evidence against Steven Powell key, says former judge

By Pat Reavy
May 13th, 2012 @ 3:42pm

Warning: Some content may be considered graphic to some readers.

TACOMA, Wash. — The opening two days of the Steven Powell trial proved to be quite eventful.

One of the charges against him was dismissed, any significant talk of Susan Powell was banned from the courtroom, and Susan's family felt extremely frustrated.

But based on the evidence that was presented in court during the trial's third day, at least one legal expert believes prosecutors are well on their way to getting a conviction.

"I think the facts are pretty heavily stacked in favor of the prosecution," University of Utah law professor and former federal judge Paul Cassell said. "It's a very tough case for the defense."

Cassell said the pictures of the young girls combined with what he called "overwhelming circumstantial evidence" should result in a conviction of Powell.

After a four-day recess, Powell's trial resumes Monday morning. He faces 14 counts of voyeurism for allegedly taking photographs from his home of two neighbor girls, then ages 8 and 10, while they were in their own bathroom.

Witnesses from Utah are expected to be called by the state to the stand Monday. Although prosecutors had listed nearly two dozen people as potential witnesses, they likely will call only a few people to testify — including one or two West Valley police officers and Jennifer Graves, Powell's estranged daughter.

Defense strategy

The defense strategy so far has been to raise doubt about who actually took the pictures of the young girls. No one actually saw Powell take the photographs. And no one has been able to say definitively that the images on the disc found in Powell's bedroom belonged to him.

"The prosecution certainly bears the burden of proving Steven Powell committed those acts. But that proof can be done circumstantially," Cassell said. "You don't need a fingerprint on the camera."

He said circumstantial cases are common in criminal matters and prosecutors have been very successful in getting convictions.

"Powell has essentially admitted that he's a voyeur and it's clear someone was taking pictures of his next door neighbors. It shouldn't be too tough for the prosecution to put one and one together," Cassell said.

Should the defense choose not to call any witnesses to the stand — something attorneys have hinted might happen — Cassell doesn't believe it would affect the defense's case because of the heavy burden of proof the prosecution carries.

The prosecution certainly bears the burden of proving Steven Powell committed those acts. But that proof can be done circumstantially. You don't need a fingerprint on the camera.
–- Paul Cassell, former judge

"Page one in the defense attorney's playbook is to make the prosecution bear the burden of proof. It's a common defense tactic to poke holes in government's case," Cassell said.

However, in this case, Cassell believes the evidence is simply too overwhelming whether the defense calls a witness or not.

The trial so far

During the first week of the trial, the single count of possession of child pornography against Powell was dismissed. Pierce County Superior Court Judge Ronald Culpepper ruled that the child porn statute in Washington did not apply in this case because Powell did nothing to influence what the young girls were doing. Their actions — taking baths, washing their hair, etc. — were independent of Powell's alleged photographing.

Culpepper also ruled that any talk of Powell's obsession with his daughter-in-law or pictures of Susan Powell — which were found in Steven Powell's home — were not relevant to the charges and could prejudice the jury because of the high-profile nature surrounding her disappearance and the actions of her husband, who killed himself and their two young boys.

That ruling included passages from Steven Powell's journals in which he talked about his obsession with Susan. Culpepper said while the passages were "strange" and "disturbing," they were not relevant to the current case.

Cassell believes it was a good move for the defense to get Susan Powell's name out of the trial.

"I think it would divert (the jury's) attention to what they're supposed to be focusing on here," he said.

The judge, however, said he would allow prosecutors to present one diary passage from 2004 when Steven Powell wrote that he "likes taking video shots of pretty girls in shorts and skirts, beautiful women of every age."

The jury in the Steven Powell voyeurism trial will not hear about Powell's bizarre obsession with his daughter-in-law in his own words.

The judge also allowed a Pierce County sheriff's detective to describe a few of the thousands of other photos that were found on a disc in Powell's bedroom. The disc included numerous sub-folders that contained pictures of young women and girls apparently taken throughout the Seattle and Tacoma region without their knowledge.

Many of the pictures appear to be taken from inside Powell's house looking out into the street or even into the bedrooms of neighbors. Several pictures displayed to the court during pretrial motions showed a series of photos looking into what appears to be a teen girl's bedroom window. The pictures include shots of the girl changing her clothes and some partial nudity.

Despite the information revealed in court last week that numerous young women and girls in Powell's neighborhood had been secretly photographed, many neighbors declined to speak to KSL or Deseret News. Some claimed they did not have an opinion of what was shown in court, including the man who now lives in the house where the young girls were allegedly photographed.

But Stacey, who did not want her last name printed, said she believes the neighbors were reluctant to talk for a specific reason.

"I think they're all wanting to see justice served at this time," she said. "His son didn't pay for his issues. The father should at least pay for his."

Stacey, who has a 10-year-old daughter, said her house can be seen from Powell's bedroom window. Police came to her house one day while they were trying to identify victims and asked her to look at several photos. She said her daughter was not in the photographs she was shown.

Some neighbors still hang purple ribbons on their doors, Stacey said, which has become a symbol for remembering Susan Powell.

Likewise, residents who live near the Graham, Wash., property where Josh Powell murdered his two sons and committed suicide by setting his house on fire, have not been receptive to the media visiting their neighborhood.

At the site where Powell's house once stood, the rubble from the burned-down structure has been removed. A long piece of yellow crime tape is still tangled in a nearby tree. Several signs saying "Private Property, no trespassing" have been posted on the site.

Two crosses, left near the back of the property, still remain bearing the names of Charlie and Braden Powell.

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Post by HippyChick2 on Sun May 13, 2012 6:10 pm

So sad.

Hopefully Steven Powell will get all that's comming to him, plus a little bit more. I thoroughly believe Steven Powell created the monster that Josh was. For that, we will see no justice.
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By Melinda Rogers | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published 1 hour ago • Updated 1 minute ago
Tacoma, Wash. • Closing arguments were underway Tuesday morning in the voyeurism trial for the father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell.

Prosecutor Grant Blinn focused on the harm Steven Craig Powell caused two young neighbors as he filmed them using the toilet and taking a bath in their own home. The girls were ages 9 and 8 when the images were taken in 2006; they are now 15 and 13.

Steve Craig Powell faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison on each of 14 voyeurism counts against him.

If Powell is convicted on all counts, the judge could order him to serve consecutive sentences for a total of 70 years in prison.

"It’s difficult to imagine anything more disturbing to a teenage girl to know that a middle age man next door has taken pictures of them," Blinn told jurors.

Blinn said there is no question Steve Powell filmed the images, citing a match between the camera used to take the images and one found in Powell’s bedroom. Blinn also noted images of Steve Powell performing sex acts on himself were on the same disc as the images of the girls.

"Aside from the images of the girls themselves, these other images are so personal to the defendant...Nobody else in the world would have any interest in these images other than the defendant."

Pierce County Court Judge Ronald E. Culpepper gave juror instructions just after 10 a.m. MST. When the defense gets their turn at opening arguments, jurors may for the first time hear a defense theory in the case.

Defense attorneys representing Steve Craig Powell on Monday rested without calling any witnesses. But on cross-examination, attorney Travis Currie centered many of his questions on the other people living in Powell’s home at the time the images at issue were taken.

Steve Powell, 62, is accused of filming two young neighbor girls while they were using the bathroom and in various stages of undress. The girls were ages 9 and 8 when the photos were taken in 2006; they are 15 and 13 now.

Judge Ronald E. Culpepper on Monday afternoon declined a request to dismiss 12 of the 14 counts filed against Powell. The defense had argued the counts were duplicative as they involved the same criminal conduct.

Powell’s estranged daughter, Jennifer Graves, testified Monday that in 2006, her brothers Michael and John were both living at Steve Powell’s home, as well as her sister, Alina. During cross-examination of Graves, the defense seemed to be suggesting that John, who has a history of mental illness, could have been the one who took the photos.

Two West Valley City police officers also took the stand Monday during the second week of the trial.

Detective Ellis Maxwell and Sgt. Todd Gray described how they assisted investigators from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department in serving a search warrant at the home of Steve Powell in August.

West Valley City Police were investigating Powell’s son, Josh Powell, in connection with the December 2009 disappearance of his wife, Susan. But while detectives searched for journal entries belonging to Susan Powell, they came across the digital files that led to the charges against her father-in-law.

Maxwell told jurors about recovering a Sony camcorder in the Powell home in Puyallup, Wash. He explained how the camera’s model number linked to images found on a disc in Steve’s bedroom. Since the numbers matched, it’s fair to infer that Steve Powell took the photos of his neighbors, said Maxwell, the lead detective on Susan Powell’s missing person case.

Gray, who oversees special investigations for West Valley City, testified he grew concerned when he saw how the digital files were labeled: "taking bath 1" and "taking bath 2" on disc 12, which was taken from Steve Powell’s bedroom.

"They gave me cause for concern because they appeared to be juveniles," Gray said of the files.

Gray also reviewed journal entries taken from Powell’s home, including a passage from 2004 where Powell wrote that he enjoyed filming "pretty" girls in skirts and shorts. Steve Powell wrote that he sometimes used those images for "self-stimulation."

On cross-examination, Currie pointed out that several people resided at Steve Powell’s home, including his son, Josh Powell; his grandsons, Charlie and Braden Powell; daughter, Alina Powell; and son, John Powell. Currie didn’t say outright that another member of the Powell household took the photos, but did ask Maxwell how many others were at the home the day the warrant was served.

"When you served the warrant in the house, there were present a number of people, right?" Currie asked.

Graves — who lives in West Jordan and has publicly spoken out against her father’s pornography interests — was the last witness to be called Monday.

Following her testimony, Graves spoke to the media about the experience. She said she briefly locked eyes with her father when she was on the witness stand, but tried to focus elsewhere in the courtroom. Graves could also see her sister, Alina, in the audience as she testified. The two don’t speak anymore.

"There is not much point. We are on two sides of the coin here," Graves said.

She said she believes her father is guilty of the charges, and that spying on his neighbors was a progression in problematic behavior on her father’s part over the years.

"He’s had pornography as long as I can remember," Graves said. "With pornography you don’t sit on the fence. You either get worse or get better. It’s not a surprise to me that he ended up right where he is now."

Graves also reiterated her belief that her father somehow participated in Susan Powell’s disappearance.

"Whether or not he did the dirty deed, or helped him [Josh Powell] plan it … I don’t know how far his involvement goes, but I know he knows," Graves said.

Susan Powell’s father, Chuck Cox, also voiced frustration to reporters after Monday’s hearing, saying he wishes his daughter would have been added as a victim to Steve Powell’s voyeurism charges.

According to court documents, Steve Powell filmed his daughter-in-law while she and her husband Josh were living in Steve Powell’s home.

"We believe she is a big part of the case and she was certainly a victim," Cox said. "I think they’re being way too cautious about … not wanting to prejudice the jury in any way. Without the investigation of my daughter’s disappearance, they wouldn’t have any evidence."

Cox said he’s optimistic that new charges may be brought against Steve Powell in connection with voyeurism related to his daughter. He also still hopes Powell will reveal information about his daughter before the sentencing phase of the case.

But overall, Cox called his attendance at the trial "a colossal waste of my time." He said Steve and Josh Powell enjoyed withholding information about Susan Powell’s case over the past two years and he’s not surprised Steve Powell continues to play that game now.

Cox shook hands with Ellis Maxwell, the lead West Valley City investigator assigned to Susan Powell’s case, but the two didn’t discuss details on Monday, Cox said.

"They are still working the case," he said of West Valley City police.

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By Associated Press, Updated: Tuesday, May 15, 1:08 PM

TACOMA, Wash. — A jury has begun considering the voyeurism case against the father-in-law of a missing Utah mom.

A prosecutor said during closing arguments Tuesday that Steve Powell took photos from his bedroom window of young neighbor girls as they bathed and used the toilet.

A defense attorney used his closing statement to say there were too many uncertainties to convict. He questioned whether it was Powell who captured the images, noting others lived in the home.

Steve Powell is the father-in-law of Susan Powell, a Utah mother who disappeared in 2009. Authorities say her husband, Josh, killed himself and the couple’s two young children in a house fire earlier this year. References to those cases were limited, however.

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May 15, 2012
Susan Cox Powell was pleasant and warm toward her father-in-law Steven Powell before she disappeared in 2009, in contrast to allegations that she was very wary of him, according to a new website featuring home videos and songs of the Powell family.

The website, titled West Valley and Pierce County Malfeasance, was released today exclusively to ABCNews.com by Steven Powell's daughter, Alina Powell.

It was unveiled on the same day that her father's trial on voyeurism charges went to the jury. Steven Powell is accused of filming and photographing two girls, ages 8 and 12, as they used the bathroom in the home behind Steven's house.

The site aims to show the Powells' side of a two-and-a-half year feud with Susan's parents, as well as between the Powells and the police departments that investigated Susan's disappearance.

Alina Powell said that the videos on the new website won't affect the outcome of her father's case, but are intended to begin offering another side of the Susan Powell story to those who are interested.

"The trial will conclude (today) one way or another," she said. " I waited to put things out so as not to interfere with dad's case, but I've long been tired of seeing people say things they don't really know anything about. (The website) is just kind of to start putting the truth and balance into this stuff."

Steven Powell was arrested in 2011 on charges of voyeurism and child pornography after a police search of his home yielded dozens of computer disks with images of naked women and girls. Josh Powell, who was the only named person of interest in Susan's disappearance, later killed himself and his two sons in a fiery home explosion. The videos released today show a rare glimpse of the boys, who were kept out of the public eye while they were alive, laughing and playing with their parents.

Among the images found in Steven Powell's home were voyeuristic pictures of Susan that he had taken without her knowledge, although those pictures are not included in the charges. Steve Powell claimed he had a flirtatious relationship before she disappeared. Steven Powell told ABC News in 2011 that he and his daughter-in-law had a relationship that was "beyond the pale, you know, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, flirting, maybe some sexual touching or whatever."

"Susan was very sexual with me," he said. "We interacted in a lot of sexual ways because Susan enjoys doing that."

Members of Susan's family and friends, as well as an estranged daughter of Steven Powell, have said that Susan was "repulsed" by her father-in-law and wanted Josh to sever ties with him.

"I have been aware of my daughter's problems with Steven Powell. She had told us a long time ago that he had made some advances toward her," Susan's father, Chuck Cox, told ABC News last year. "She told us that it made her uncomfortable, and that her husband didn't care. They decided to move to Utah and that was to get away from Steven."

The Powells' new website, however, claims that Susan was in fact comfortable around Steven, and shows home videos of the family together to prove it.

Alina Powell told ABC News that she is releasing the home videos now in order to challenge the misconceptions of Susan Powell that have dominated stories about her disappearance and Steven's arrest.

"What other people are saying is that Susan hated my dad so much that she wouldn't have tolerated even the mere presence of him, was deathly afraid of him, or whatever they've tried to claim about her," Alina Powell said. "But these videos show, at minimum, she at least tolerated him, and was perfectly comfortable with her and her kids being around him. I wouldn't presume to put words in her mouth about whether she loved being around him, but she certainly wasn't adamantly opposed to their spending time with him like others have suggested."

Four of the videos shown on the site contrast statements made by Susan's parents, the police, and Steven's estranged daughter Jennifer Graves, with images of Susan happily getting along with Steven Powell. Two songs, allegedly collaborated on by Susan and Steven, are also featured on the site.

"The videos are all basically news clips of people trying to make certain assertions about Susan's attitudes and then showing her real attitudes. She was pretty easy going about stuff and she certainly did not have the extreme attitudes these people are talking about," Alina Powell said.

The videos and songs, which the Powells have had since Susan disappeared in 2009, have never been seen by the public before. Josh Powell, when he was alive, rarely engaged with the media to tell his side of the story.

"We've been wanting to do this stuff forever, but Josh didn't want to do anything with the media at all," she said. "He was very wary of it, especially after the kids were taken. He was very wary of giving (child protective services) any stupid reason to not give the kids back, not matter how legally-invalid that reason, but I told him, 'They're going to invent a reason to not give your kids back, regardless. You need to get this out there, get the truth out there.'"

Criticism of the website is bound to come, Alina Powell acknowledged, but for those interested in hearing both sides of the harrowing tale of Susan's disappearance and the ensuing feud between families and investigators, this site will offer a glimpse into the Powell's home life before December 2009.

"We'll just have to persevere, basically. Our voice does really need to get out there, and the website will allow people to overcome some of the misinformation and lies being spread," she said.

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Tacoma, Wash. • West Valley City Police have denied a request from an attorney representing the parents of Susan Powell to review all investigative files related to the missing woman’s case.

Anne Bremner, a Seattle attorney who represents Chuck and Judy Cox, filed formal requests last month under Utah’s Government Records Access and Management Act and Washington’s Public Records Act for "complete copies of any and all investigative files concerning the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell.

She filed the requests with West Valley police and the Pierce County Sheriff. Both agencies have assisted in the investigation into Susan Powell’s missing persons case.

Bremner said Tuesday that West Valley denied her request, without responding to a victim’s law she cited as a reason for why she should be able to receive the files on behalf of the Coxes. Pierce County has agreed to give her all the documents Bremner has requested following the voyeurism trial for Steve Powell, Susan’s father-in-law. The jury began deliberations in that case on Tuesday morning.
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Shortly after beginning deliberations, jurors in the voyeurism case against the father-in-law of a missing Utah mother asked the judge whether all the items found in boxes in Steve Powell's bedroom were his.

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Post by Guest on Tue May 15, 2012 7:56 pm

Interesting that the jurors were questioning if the items were for sure Steve Powell. It sucks the timing of the videos being released. I sure hope no juror views the softer side of pervert Powell.
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I'm scared of the same thing LM. We've unfortunately seen it happen before.
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Post by Wrapitup on Wed May 16, 2012 11:40 am

SP readily Admitted he is a Pervert, so I can't imagine WHY the jury would question if the videos were his. And, no the home video of Susan..not good.

Although I have no doubt she was leary of him (understatement!). I think that SP's daughter only wants to show the good. One has to wonder if she has other video of Susan and if so, WHY is it only coming out now??

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I agree with your post Wrap. But, I feel like Susan's sister said in the video. Susan was happy being with and playing with her boys.

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SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - A jury has convicted Steve Powell of voyeurism.

Powell was charged with 14-counts of voyeurism in Washington state.

He was convicted on all 14 charges.

Powell was accused of video taping two young girls who lived next door in 2006. The charges stemmed from an investigation into the disappearance of Susan Powell.

Early Wednesday, jurors returned to the courtroom about 45-minutes after they began Wednesday's deliberations. The jury asked the judge if he could clarify certain instructions given prior to their deliberations. They also were asking whether all of the exhibits were presented to them.

The following is the instruction the jury wanted clarification: "If some members of the jury feel that the images in one of the exhibits does not meet the requirements from beyond reasonable doubt ...."

The jury asked the judge "but after reviewing the disc can we use other frames before and after to come to a decision""

The judge responded to the jury that they have all the exhibits and the instructions are clearly written and they have copies in the jury room.

After the judge's response to their question, the jury continued deliberating for less than an hour before returning with a verdict.
Jurors deliberated Tuesday for about three-and-a-half hours before they were dismissed. They returned twice to the courtroom seeking information on two issues. The first was to learn whether the evidence found in boxes only belonged to Steve Powell.

Inside one of the boxes was a disc found in Powell's bedroom that police say contained images of the two young girls who lived next door.

The judge said he did not know the answer to that question.

But during the trial, defense attorneys told jurors that police never said whether Powell's fingerprints were on the disc or whether anyone else had access to his bedroom.

The Associated Press reported that the Cox family attorney was concerned with the question.

"That was a little troubling," Anne Bremner told the Associated Press. "She was surprised the jury was taking so long on what she believed was a simple case."

A half hour later, the jury returned with a second question. They wanted to view the disc in which Powell allegedly taped himself viewing the images of the young girls.

Prosecutors claimed Powell was "naked, urinating and masturbating."

With the conviction on all 14 counts, Powell faces the possibility of up to 5 years in jail for each count.

Sentencing was scheduled for June 15.

Powell will also be a registered sex offender for the rest of his life.

Stay tuned to ABC 4 News for further developments in the Steven Powell trial.

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This is FANTASTIC news!!! Maybe NOW, he'll
"talk". If I were LE, I would bargain with his attorney's and the judge that if he talks and tells them where Susan is, he w/get a lighter sentence!!

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TACOMA, Wash. — The parents of Susan Cox Powell have given their OK to sue West Valley police over investigative records related to their daughter's disappearance, a Cox family lawyer confirmed to KSL.

"At some point, you say that's enough," attorney Anne Bremner said. "They've been patient and then they keep learning this new information and things weren't done, and they've sat through this trial. At some point you say, you know, I'm done."

Bremner said police had denied the family's initial request for the records, which was filed in reference to Utah's victim's rights laws.

Chuck and Judy Cox do have to exhaust an appeal, and a response from West Valley is due by June 8. Bremner said barring a change of heart from police, the lawsuit will be filed then.

The lawsuit would mark a major departure from the Cox family's approach. Judy and Chuck Cox have previously said they don't want to do anything that would hinder the investigation or stop police from looking for their missing daughter.

"I don't know if it's a boiling point but it's just reached kind of a point of no return," Bremner said.

Bremner has maintained Utah's victim's rights laws grant victims the same rights as defendants, and defendants are able to review police reports and records related to their cases.

According to Bremner and another Cox family attorney, Steve Downing, Pierce County Sheriff's investigators have agreed to hand over their investigative records following the conclusion of the Steven Powell voyeurism trial.

Downing said the trial had been disappointing to Chuck and Judy Cox because it has yielded no further answers about Susan.

"That was a real blow, because there had been some hope that some information would come out," Downing said.

Downing spoke to KSL Monday about the Cox family's legal future, and acknowledged several options were on the table.

Downing said the Coxes may push to have voyeurism charges related to Susan leveled against Steven Powell. He would not commit to future lawsuits against the Powell family, West Valley Police or agencies in Washington - though he said all options were on the table.

Chuck Cox Monday also alluded to hopes more serious charges may be filed someday against Steven Powell related to his daughter's disappearance.

"Conspiracy to commit murder, kidnapping - I don't know which it was first but I do believe my daughter's gone and I do know Steve knows what happened to her," Cox said.
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I don't know if you all watched the above video..I enlarged it to full screen. Very interesting, especially when the judge stated that Powell "wanted to be filmed walking out in shackles". WTH?? The judge stated that Even if he were acquitted, they would still take him out of the court room in shackles. This dude is Creepy. He is Still obsessed with filming and being filmed.

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I can't see the vids due to my internet/ and/or computer being all messed up. What was learned from those interviewed, and is the trial over, and if so what happened? TIA!
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He was Convicted on ALL 14 charges. The above videos show the judge reading off the juror's finding him Guilty.

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The voyeurism conviction of a missing Utah woman's father-in-law may not be the last of his legal troubles, as an attorney said Thursday she is working on a lawsuit that could keep pressure on Steve Powell.

Lawyer Anne Bremner represents the family of two teenage girls who were the target of Powell's voyeurism. She said the lawsuit should be filed in the next few weeks and will accuse him of violating the girls' right to privacy and causing emotional distress.

Bremner said the family does not expect to get any substantial damages from Powell but hopes the lawsuit continues to pressure him to discuss Susan Powell's still-unsolved disappearance.

"You just don't want this guy to be in a position where he can prosper," said Bremner, who also represents Susan Powell's family. "It's yet another way to keep pressure on him."

Susan Powell vanished at the end of 2009, and authorities who investigated found her blood in the family home and a handwritten note in which she expressed fear about her husband, Josh Powell, and her potential demise.

Josh Powell later moved to Washington state to live with Steve Powell. He killed himself and the couple's two young children earlier this year.

On Wednesday, a jury convicted Steve Powell of 14 counts of voyeurism in a case that stemmed from the investigation into his daughter-in-law's disappearance.

Authorities who searched his home as part of that probe say they found thousands of images of females being photographed and videotaped without their knowledge, including Susan Powell.

The pictures of Susan Powell were not part of the voyeurism case. Instead, prosecutors focused on images Steve Powell captured of two neighbor girls, who were about 8 and 10 years old at the time the photos were taken. Prosecutors said the files show the young girls in a bathroom as they bathed and used the toilet.

The girls, identified only by their initials in court documents, testified that they had no idea they were being photographed. Bremner said the girls are particularly scarred by the situation as they are now teenagers and grappling with what happened to them.

Prosecutors said they didn't plan on filing more voyeurism charges related to the photos of Susan Powell because of concerns about the statute of limitations.

Bremner, however, said prosecutors were open to a pitch about further charges and she was examining the law to see whether that might be possible.

An attorney for Steve Powell did not return a call seeking comment.

Authorities have said they want to speak with Steve Powell about his daughter-in-law's disappearance but contend he has been uncooperative.
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Well, of course Steve Powell has been uncooperative about speaking to LE about the disappearance of Susan Powell. He also had pictures of Susan on his computer that it seems to me that he is just getting away with. my 2 cents 🇳🇴 angry

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First Published May 27 2012 07:11 pm • Updated 8 hours ago

A Washington state prosecutor will ask a judge to sentence Steve Powell to 10 years in prison for taking photographs of two former neighbor girls as they were undressed in their home.

That would be almost double or triple the amount of prison called for in Washington’s sentencing guidelines. Powell, who is the father-in-law of missing West Valley City woman Susan Cox Powell, was convicted earlier this month of 14 counts of voyeurism. Sentencing is scheduled for June 15 in Pierce County, Wash., Superior Court in Tacoma.

The prosecutor, Grant Blinn, said earlier this week in an email to The Salt Lake Tribune he will ask for 10 years. Blinn did not specify why.

Steve Powell’s attorney, Travis Currie, said he’ll ask for something less than 10 years.

"We believe that would be an excessive sentence based on his history and these charges based on other like cases," Currie said.

A jury found Steve Powell photographed two girls, then ages 9 and 8, through an open widow as they bathed and used the toilet in their home. The photographs were taken in 2006.

Steve Powell faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison on each of the counts, but Washington sentencing guidelines recommend Powell receive between 43 and 57 months in prison.

Washington law allows a judge to exceed those guidelines for aggravating circumstances, including being convicted of nine or more counts.

Steve Powell is a first-time offender, and his attorneys are likely to raise that point in his favor at sentencing. Steve Powell has been in jail since his arrest in September and may receive credit towards his sentence for that time served.

Currie argued at trial the state hadn’t proven Powell took the photos for sexual gratification. Currie also tried to cast doubt that Powell himself took the images, pointing out Powell shared his Puyallup home with several other relatives including a son with a mental illness.

Although police never would have found the photographs without investigating Susan Powell’s disappearance, she is unlikely to be discussed at sentencing. In his email, Blinn said only evidence presented at trial will be an issue at the hearing.

"Anything relating to Susan Powell and the investigation into her disappearance will not be mentioned," Blinn wrote.

Documents made public at trial revealed the depth of Steve Powell’s obsession with Susan Powell, from peeping on and photographing her in states of undress while she lived in his home to writing in his journals how he fantasized sexually for her.

The jury, however, heard little about those materials or about Susan Powell. Prosecutors did not file charges related to those photographs because Susan Powell was not present to testify and time limits to file those charges had lapsed. A judge banned testimony about the search for Susan Powell so as to not prejudice the jury.

Susan Powell disappeared from her West Valley City home Dec. 6, 2009. Her husband, Josh Powell, was the only person of interest in the case, though charges were never filed.

On Feb. 5 of this year, Josh Powell murdered his two sons, 6-year-old Charlie and 4-year-old Braden, and killed himself by setting fire to his rented home in Graham, Wash.

Susan Powell’s family believes Steve Powell knows what happened to her. They say Steve Powell has not cooperated in finding his daughter-in-law other than to offer a theory that she ran away. Prosecutors have offered no deals in exchange for Steve Powell’s cooperation.

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Steven Craig Powell’s attorneys will ask a Pierce County judge to sentence their client to no more than a year in jail on his 14 voyeurism convictions, which is 90 percent less time than that being sought by prosecutors.

Defense attorneys Mark Quigley and Travis Currie argue in pleadings filed today their client should be sentenced under guidelines in place before June 7, 2006, which classified voyeurism as an unranked felony with a standard range of 0-12 months in jail. Each conviction was to run concurrently (at the same time) under those guidelines.

In charging documents, prosecutors alleged Powell, 62, photographed two neighbor girls then – then ages 8 and 10 – while they bathed and used the toilet during a timeframe running from June 1, 2006 to Aug. 31, 2007.

The state Legislature toughened sentencing guidelines for voyeurism in 2006, but the law did not take effect until June 7 of that year.

Because prosecutors could not pinpoint when exactly Powell photographed the girls, he should be sentenced under the guidelines in place June 1-6, 2006, Quigley and Currie argue, adding that appellate courts consistently have upheld that view.

“When evidence does not clearly prove the commission date, and the charging period encompasses a change in the penalty for commission, the defendant is entitled to be sentenced under the more lenient penalty,” they wrote in their pleading.

What’s more, the defense attorney argued, the 10 years being sought by prosecutors is grossly out of proportion for the crimes committed.

Powell did not touch the victims or break into their homes, they argued; he simply took photographs of them without their knowledge. The victims did not find out they’d been photographed until five years later.

People convicted of second-degree murder qualify for a low-end sentenced of 10 years, three months, Quigley and Currie pointed out.

“Without diminishing the gravity of the convictions herein, and with all proper respect for the two minor victims and their family, ten years in prison for the conduct proven is unreasonable, untenable and would be an abuse of discretion,” Quigley and Currie wrote.

Prosecutors contend Powell deserves 10 years in prison for repeatedly violating the girls’ privacy. They also say sentencing him to concurrent sentences would allow him to escape punishment on many of his convictions. They concede two of the 14 counts should merge for sentencing purposes.

“We believe he should be sentenced on 12 counts,” deputy prosecutor Grant Blinn said.

Quigley and Currie also intend to argue at Powell’s Friday sentencing hearing before Superior Court Judge Ronald Culpepper that all but two of the convictions against their client should be dismissed on double jeopardy grounds.

“The crimes here, with respect to each individual victim, were committed in the same place,” they said. “There is no evidence to prove that all of these acts took place at different times. Therefore, the court should find that all of the acts could have been taken on the same day during the same period of recording and that they amount to the same criminal conduct …”

Grant said he and colleague Bryce Nelson would fight that motion.

“Obviously, we disagree,” he said.

Powell’s trial last month attracted national media attention because of his connections to Susan Cox Powell, the Utah mother and former Puyallup resident who went missing in 2009 and is presumed dead.

Steven Powell is the woman’s father-in-law. His son, Josh Powell, was being investigated in Susan Cox Powell’s disappearance until earlier this year when he killed their two young sons and himself in Pierce County.
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I highly doubt he w/only get one year. This is a VERY high profile case and the jury didn't take long in deliberating. If he doesn't get the maximum sentence, I will be very surprised and disgusted. my 2 cents

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I do hope you're right Wrap. I doubt everything now that TLMS got away with murder.
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I hear you, but it seems since she Did get away w/murder, jurors are more serious about listening to the evidence. MOO.

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By Nate Carlisle | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published 1 hour ago • Updated 1 hour ago
What does Steve Powell have riding on Friday’s sentencing hearing?

If things go well — very well — Powell could leave the courthouse in Tacoma, Wash., and be free in time for a seafood dinner that night at one of the restaurants overlooking Puget Sound.

The Susan Powell case

Susan Powell was reported missing from her home in West Valley City on Dec. 7, 2009. Her husband, Josh Powell, was the only person of interest ever named by police. He claimed he last saw his wife the night before as left with their two sons, then ages 4 and 2, and went camping in the west desert during a snowstorm. While investigating the disappearance, West Valley City police served a search warrant on Steve Powell’s home in Puyallup, Wash., where they found the photographs of the neighbor girls. On Feb. 5 of this year, Josh Powell murdered his sons, Charlie and Braden, and killed himself in a fire at his rented home in Graham, Wash.

If the prosecutor and the mother of the girls Powell filmed have their way, Powell will be eating in a prison cafeteria until about 2021.

That’s the range of possibilities for Powell, who last month was convicted in Pierce County Superior Court of 14 felony counts of voyeurism. His sentence could land somewhere in the middle. Washington sentencing guidelines could put Powell’s sentence at 43-57 months in prison.

One thing that’s not likely in Friday’s hearing is discussion of Powell’s missing daughter-in-law, Susan Powell. Prosecutor, Grant Blinn, said the hearing will focus upon Steve Powell and the then-9- and 8-year-old neighbor girls he photographed through windows as they bathed and used the toilet.

"Our case is about the victims that were filmed in Washington," Blinn said.

The girls’ mother will speak at the sentencing and ask for the 10-year sentence sought by prosecutors, said Anne Bremner, an attorney representing the victims as well as Susan Powell’s family. Bremner said the mother will speak directly to Steve Powell and tell him about the anger and loss of security he has caused to her and her children.

Steve Powell will have the chance to address the judge. Any supporters he has will not be allowed to speak, but can submit letters on his behalf.

Also on Friday, Bremner intends to file a civil lawsuit seeking damages against Steve Powell on behalf of the girls. Bremner said she will file Friday because it will be the end of the criminal case and she’ll have more access to police records and so she can serve Steve Powell with the lawsuit in the courtroom.

"I’ve been a lawyer for 29 years and I’ve never seen a case like this," Bremner said.

Steve Powell’s fate is in the hands of the trial judge, Ronald Culpepper. While the judge can consider emotional pleas, the sentence Culpepper issues may come down to technical arguments and how he interprets Washington law.

In 2006, the Washington legislature increased the severity of and penalty for the crime of voyeurism. But at trial detectives admitted they couldn’t pinpoint whether Powell photographed the children after the change took effect. Who cares? That's a ridiculous precedent! FGS, he filmed these poor kids in the nude w/out their knowledge. The year he did it is irrelevant!!

In motions filed last week, Powell’s lawyers argued it’s practice for judges to favor the defendant when the court can’t determine the date of crimes for which the laws have changed. Therefore, defense attorneys wrote, Culpepper should follow the pre-2006 law that makes the penalties zero to 12 months on each count.

The defense attorneys want the 14 counts to run concurrent.
Powell has been in jail since his arrest in September and will receive credit for that time. One of Steve Powell’s defense lawyers, Mark Quigley, said the Pierce County jail awards early release for good behavior. With the time served and credit for good behavior, the concurrent sentences of up to 12 months would mean Steve Powell’s incarceration is over.

"He’d be out on Friday," Quigley said. Bullshit!

Blinn has argued in court motions that Culpepper should exceed the sentencing guidelines because Powell was convicted of so many counts and the victims were children. The Washington Department of Corrections, which investigates defendants after conviction to make an independent recommendation about sentencing, also is recommending the 10-year sentence.

Powell’s attorneys argue 10 years would be a sentence more common to violent sex crimes such as rape. They also point to a 2003 case in Pierce County where a defendant pleaded guilty to 16 counts of voyeurism and was sentenced to 261 days in jail. The victims in that case also were girls.

After sentencing, will Steve Powell cooperate with authorities looking for Susan Powell?

‘I can tell you I haven’t had any inquires from West Valley or Pierce County police," Quigley said. "None."


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SALT LAKE CITY — The mother of his two victims will testify tomorrow on what punishment should be handed down to convicted voyeur Steven Powell.

His estranged daughter is calling for a long sentence - not just for the little girls next door, but for Susan Cox Powell. There is also new pressure to get Powell to release information in her disappearance.

Cox family attorney Anne Bremner is still focused on the big picture - what happened to the missing West Valley City woman.

"There's nothing like this case," Bremner said. "I mean, it's just the most horrific, tragic, upsetting case I think that any of us have ever seen."

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While the mother of the girls - who are now ages 13 and 15 - delivers a statement of how her daughters were affected, Bremner also plans to serve Powell with a lawsuit.

"Unless the jail guards stop me," Bremner said in a phone interview with KSL NewsRadio. "I have to talk with them in advance because they're very security conscious and they may not let me do it."

Bremner is now suing Powell to obtain Pierce Co., WA, investigative records related to last summer's police raid and February's fire - where Josh attacked his two boys with a hatchet and then set the rental home they were in on fire.

The Cox family hopes the records will yield more answers in Susan's disappearance.

As for Steven Powell's sentencing, estranged daughter Jennifer Graves said she hopes her father will be met with a harsh sentence.

"Hopefully they will go with the higher sentence," Graves said.

In the end, the sister of missing Utah mother Susan Cox Powell believes Steven Powell "got what he deserved."
Prosecutors are expected to argue for a 10-year sentence, citing the egregious nature of the case.

Defense attorneys are expected to argue for one year behind bars and contend a 10-year stint is almost the length of a second-degree murder sentence. They plan to make their case that Powell's offenses were "unranked" - or less legally severe crimes - when he committed them in 2006.

Graves said she wants her dad to pay for the voyeurism, plus extra for any role he may have played in Susan's disappearance.

"I guess what goes around comes around," Graves said. "You want to dish it out, you're gonna get it in the end." Salt Lake City attorney and legal analyst Greg Skordas said the defense will likely continue to do what it can to separate Powell's crimes from Susan's disappearance.

"Let's look at this as a person who's got no prior criminal history, who clearly made a mistake," Skordas said.

One thing is not negotiable in sentencing. Powell will be listed eventually as a registered sex offender for 10 years. His name will be posted online after the end of his prison term, however long it is.

"He will serve some time and that will give the West Valley Police Department and others time to pursue Susan's case as well," Graves said.

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:06 pm

(AP) TACOMA, Wash. - The father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell was sentenced Friday to 2 1/2 years in prison for recording images of two neighbor girls in their bathroom in Washington state.

The mother of Steven Powell's victims was trembling and tearful in court as she stood with her back to him and said she's still waiting for an apology.

"You've sat there smugly and acted as though it's perfectly normal to have committed your crimes," she said. "I'm so angry. I'm angry for the hurt you caused my children. You caused them embarrassment and heartache."

Powell, wearing a gray jail uniform, declined to speak.

Pierce County prosecutors had asked for Powell, 62, to be sentenced to 10 years. His attorneys sought zero to 12 months, saying it's not clear exactly when Powell took the pictures, and it could have been before the state made voyeurism a ranked felony in 2006.

Powell is the father-in-law of Susan Powell, who disappeared from her home in West Valley City, Utah, in 2009. His son Josh Powell was the prime suspect in Susan's disappearance. Josh Powell killed himself and his two young sons in a February fire at a home in Graham.

Steve Powell was arrested last September after investigators searching his home for evidence in Susan Powell's disappearance came across computer disks with what they described as thousands of images of women and girls who seemed unaware they were being photographed. Those filmed, prosecutors say, included the neighbor girls, who were identified in court only by their initials and who were about 8 and 10 when the images were recorded.

Powell was convicted in May of 14 voyeurism counts.

Deputy prosecutor Grant Blinn asked for an exceptional 10-year sentence, noting the number of offenses and that Powell not only secretly watched the girls, but he "memorialized" his offense by recording them so he could watch them over and over.

Powell's lawyers, Mark Quigley and Travis Currie, argued that 10 years was far beyond what any other convicted voyeur has received in Pierce County. One other defendant charged with similar offenses received a sentence of 261 days, but he took responsibility for his crimes.

Quigley urged Judge Ronald Culpepper to pay no mind to the intense media attention on the case.

"We can't ignore the fact that there's intense public interest in the outcome of this case," he said. "I would ask you not to punish Mr. Powell for the conduct of his son." WHAT the HELL???!!

With credit for time served, Steven Powell could be released in less than two years. Culpepper also sentenced him to three years of supervised release following the prison sentence.

Before sentencing Powell, Culpepper threw out two of the 14 convictions, saying they appeared to be redundant — that is, Powell had faced multiple counts based on the same recording sessions.

Powell's lawyers sought to have all but two of the counts dismissed — one count for each victim — on the grounds that the state couldn't prove the images weren't all recorded in one long recording session on a single day.

The judge declined, saying he didn't have enough evidence to overrule the jury's decision to convict him on those counts.

Among the images recovered from Steve Powell's home were many of Susan Powell that appeared to have been filmed without her knowledge, investigators said. There were also journals in which Steve Powell detailed his obsession with Susan Powell, they said.

Much of that evidence had been barred from the trial as unduly prejudicial against the defendant. Steve Powell was not charged with acts of voyeurism involving Susan Powell because authorities couldn't prove she didn't know about the filming.

Steven Powell's daughter, Alina Powell, said she believed the prosecution was affected by the notoriety of the case. She didn't blame her father for not speaking in court, because she said if he said he didn't do it nobody would believe him. If he apologized, she said, nobody would believe that either.

"There's nothing to say ... because it's too politicized," she said.

Attorney Anne Bremner served Steven Powell with a lawsuit on behalf of the victims just before the sentencing. It seeks damages for invasion of privacy, and Bremner said it would also provide a way to obtain police records in the case. She said that could shed light on the Susan Powell investigation.

Blinn, the deputy prosecutor, defended the decision to seek a 10-year sentence for Steven Powell. He said it was appropriate given the facts and the importance of protecting the public.

"I don't know of anyone that would want him living next door to their kids," Blinn said.

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:19 pm

By Nate Carlisle | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jun 15 2012 09:53 am • Updated 9 minutes ago

Tacoma, Wash.• Steve Powell won’t be going home anytime soon, but he won’t be sitting in prison as long as his victims and the family of his missing daughter-in-law had hoped.

A judge here on Friday sentenced Powell to serve 30 months behind bars followed by 36 months of probation on voyeurism charges. He also will have to undergo sex offender treatment.

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The parents of Susan Powell said Friday the West Valley City detectives looking for their daughter have stopped returning their messages.

West Valley City detectives have not spoken to the Cox family in more than a month despite attempts at contact, said Chuck Cox, Susan’s father. Cox had previously kept in regular contact with detectives and was complimentary of West Valley City police until shortly after Feb. 5, when his son-in-law, Josh Powell, murdered his sons then killed himself in a house fire in Graham, Wash.

After that, the Cox family raised questions about the West Valley City police investigation and filed a request under Utah law for records from the investigation. West Valley City has denied that request but the Cox family plans an administrative appeal and has said they will file a lawsuit if necessary.

A spokesman for the West Valley City Police Department did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

While he would like to speak with West Valley City detectives, Cox on Friday insisted he wasn’t upset. He said in the past West Valley City detectives would share information and ask him to keep it secret then tell it to reporters the next day.

“They never really told me anything anyway,” Cox said.

Powell, 62, will receive credit for about nine months he has already spent in jail. His prison sentence should end in March 2014 or sooner if the Washington Department of Corrections, for whom Steve Powell worked as a civilian employee at the time of his arrest, rewards him for good behavior.

In handing down the sentence, Pierce County Superior Court Judge Ronald Culpepper called the 10-year term proposed by prosecutors "excessive."

The father of missing West Valley City woman Susan Powell said Culpepper did a disservice to the victims — two neighbor girls who were ages 8 and 9 when Steve Powell photographed them through their windows as they bathed and used the toilet in their Puyallup, Wash., home in 2006 and 2007.

"In our justice system, it just seems like the rights of the accused are higher than the rights of the victims," said Cox, who maintains Powell’s son, Josh, is responsible for his daughter’s disappearance and that Steve Powell may also know something about the case.

Powell’s attorneys had asked for a year in jail. With time served and good behavior rewards from the Pierce County jail, that sentence would have freed Steve Powell after the hearing.

Steve Powell himself offered no apologies Friday. When the judge asked whether he wanted to address the court, "No, sir," was the reply.

Powell was convicted after a trial here in May of 14 counts of voyeurism, but Friday’s hearing began with arguments to have two of those counts dismissed. Washington’s voyeurism law says each count should reflect a different photo session. Prosecutors admitted two photographs were from the same session and dismissed one count.

Powell’s defense attorneys then persuaded Culpepper two other photos also were from the same session by comparing the identical positions of furniture, toys and a water glass seen in the photos. A defense attorney asked for at least four other counts to be dismissed for similar reasons, but Culpepper declined that request.

Even after the dismissals, prosecutor Grant Blinn asked for the 10-year sentence largely due to the youth of the victims.

"He not only committed the crime of voyeurism in this case but he memorialized it with his camera," Blinn said, pointing out Powell printed still photos of the girls and copied photos onto compact disk.

The mother of the neighbor girls spoke in the courtroom directly to Powell and told him her children had lost their sense of security. She condemned Powell for trying to claim he didn’t take the images and for sitting through the trial and hearing "smugly."

"Shame on you," she said. "Even though my girls didn’t know you were watching them, I know that someone was watching you. You better pray that he forgives you because I can’t."

One of Steve Powell’s attorneys, Mark Quigley, argued other defendants convicted of voyeurism in Pierce County received only a fraction of the incarceration prosecutors sought Friday. Quigley also warned against punishing Steve Powell for what his son did.

Josh Powell was the only person of interest in the December 2009 disappearance of his wife from their West Valley City, Utah, home. Then on Feb. 5 of this year, Josh Powell killed the sons he had with Susan, 6-year-old Charlie and 4-year-old Braden, and himself in a fire in Graham, Wash.

"All these people," Quigley said with his right hand pointing to the crowded gallery, "are here, other than the victim’s family, for one reason and that is the notoriety in this case."

After a recess, Culpepper returned to the courtroom and addressed the role of Josh and Susan Powell in the case. Culpepper said there was reason to believe Josh was responsible for his wife’s disappearance but said people must be punished for their own actions.

"People want someone to punish," Culpepper said. "Mr. Steven Powell — so far as I know — there’s no information he was involved in that."

Besides the prison and probation, Culpepper ordered Steve Powell to not possess camera equipment during his probation. Culpepper scheduled a restitution hearing for Aug. 16 where the victims can produce bills for counseling and other costs associated with the crimes. Steve Powell may be ordered to pay those bills.

The parents of Susan Powell said Friday the West Valley City detectives looking for their daughter have stopped returning their messages.

West Valley City detectives have not spoken to the Cox family in more than a month despite attempts at contact, said Chuck Cox, Susan’s father. Cox had previously kept in regular contact with detectives and was complimentary of West Valley City police until shortly after Feb. 5, when his son-in-law, Josh Powell, murdered his sons then killed himself in a house fire in Graham, Wash.

After that, the Cox family raised questions about the West Valley City police investigation and filed a request under Utah law for records from the investigation. West Valley City has denied that request but the Cox family plans an administrative appeal and has said they will file a lawsuit if necessary.

A spokesman for the West Valley City Police Department did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

While he would like to speak with West Valley City detectives, Cox on Friday insisted he wasn’t upset. He said in the past West Valley City detectives would share information and ask him to keep it secret then tell it to reporters the next day.

“They never really told me anything anyway,” Cox said.

After the hearing, Steve Powell’s daughter, Alina Powell, said she wasn’t pleased with the 30 months but credited Culpepper for ignoring the request for 10 years. She said she didn’t know whether her father committed the crimes, though during the trial she said the evidence was fabricated.

When asked why her father didn’t speak, Alina Powell said there was nothing for him to say.

"This is too politicized," she said.

There will be more legal wrangling for Steve Powell. Before the hearing began, an attorney representing the victims, Anne Bremner, walked past the judge’s bench and into the prisoner holding area to serve Steve Powell with a lawsuit brought by the victims in the case.

The lawsuit seeks compensation for invasion of privacy and emotional injury. Bremner also is representing the Cox family as they pursue documents from West Valley City and Pierce County related to the search for Susan Powell.

Quigley said his client will appeal his conviction on the grounds the search of Powell’s home, which turned up digital evidence used to prosecute him, was illegal. Culpepper rejected that argument before trial.

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TACOMA, Washington (Reuters) - The father of a man who killed himself and his two sons by arson in the midst of a custody dispute sparked by the grandfather's homemade pornography collection was sentenced to 30 months in prison on Friday on felony voyeurism charges.

The conclusion of the sexual misconduct case against Steven Powell, 62, left unanswered questions about the fate of his daughter-in-law, who disappeared in Utah in late 2009 and is presumed to have been slain by her late husband, Powell's son Josh.

Steven Powell, who shrugged and shook his head when asked if he had anything to say in his defense on Friday, was found guilty in May on 14 counts of voyeurism stemming from pictures he surreptitiously took of two young girls next door while they bathed and used the toilet.

A judge dismissed two of those counts during Friday's sentencing because one pair of images for which Powell had been convicted were duplicates.

In September 2011, police found a large cache of pornographic pictures in the house Powell shared with his son and grandsons. The search was linked to an investigation of the disappearance of his daughter-in-law, Susan Powell.

His son, Josh Powell, long considered a suspect in his wife's disappearance, moved with the couples' two young sons to Puyallup, Washington, about 30 miles south of Seattle, after Susan Powell disappeared.

Discovery of the pornographic photos and videos led a judge to order Josh and Susan Powell's sons, 7-year-old Charles and 5-year-old Braden, removed from their father's care and placed with their maternal grandparents. Images of Susan Powell were among those in her father-in-law's collection.

Days after losing a bid to regain custody, Josh Powell, 36, killed himself and his sons by setting off a fiery explosion in his home.

Medical examiners later determined the father had struck the boys with a hatchet before all three died from smoke inhalation.

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Steven Powell, the father-in-law of a missing Utah woman, Susan Powell, was sentenced today to 2 1/2 years in prison for taking inappropriate photos of two neighbor girls using the bathroom and showering.

In May, a Pierce County, Wash., jury found Powell guilty of all 14 counts of voyeurism after only six-and-a-half hours of deliberations. Two of those counts were later dismissed.

Powell, 62, faced up to five years in prison for each of the 14 counts.

Prosecutors were asking Judge Ronald Culpepper to sentence Powell to 10 years in jail, and the mother of the two girls, in a quavering voice, asked the judge to give Powell the harshest possible sentence.

"You sit there smugly as if it's perfectly normal to commit these crimes," she said, according to ABC News affiliate KOMO. "I'm so angry. I'm angry for the hurt you caused my children. They did nothing to you but you've stolen their sense of security."

Powell's defense was asking for a sentence of zero to 12 months in jail, noting that the pictures could have been taken before the state ranked voyeurism a felony in 2006. It also argued that, though the pictures were inappropriate, Powell never left his home or interacted with the girls.

Powell was arrested in November 2011 after Utah police searched the home he shared with his son, Josh Powell, and grandchildren, as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Josh Powell's wife, Susan Cox Powell.

Josh Powell was the only named person of interest in the investigation, sparking a two-year war of the words between Josh Powell and his father, Steven Powell, and Susan Cox Powell's parents and the police that investigated the case.

Steven and Josh Powell publicly threatened to post Susan Powell's girlhood diaries to a website, sparking the police raid on the house in September 2011 to obtain the diaries. The search yielded dozens of computer disks that contained images of women and young girls that focused on their private parts, according to prosecutors.

Following Steven Powell's arrest, Josh Powell lost custody of his two sons and later killed the boys and himself in a fiery explosion at his home during a supervised visit.

During the trial, the jury saw images of two neighborhood girls, aged 8 and 10, that Powell was alleged to have taken from his bedroom window, which faced the bathroom of the girls' home in back of his home. They were also shown pictures of Powell engaged in sexual activity, and read a journal entry in which Powell disclosed his interest in taking pictures of women.

Powell wrote that he enjoyed "taking video shots of pretty girls in shorts and skirts of every age," but enjoyed images of Susan Powell the most.

Images of Susan Powell were also found on Steven Powell's computer disks, but they were not admitted into evidence because the charges focused on the invasion of privacy of the two neighborhood girls.

Investigators working on the Susan Powell case asked to talk to Steven Powell about the case following Josh Powell's death, but he has denied those requests.

Alina Powell, Steven Powell's daughter, was saddened by the verdict.

"My family was automatically convicted two and a half years ago; since then, I have lost a sister-in-law, a sister, a brother, two darling nephews, and a great Dad, to an immeasurably complicated situation that even I don't fully understand," she wrote in a statement to ABC News.

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:34 pm

By Jordan Ormond
June 15th, 2012 @ 7:55pm

SALT LAKE CITY — The family of missing West Valley mother Susan Cox Powell was not pleased with the 30-month jail sentence Susan's father-in-law, Steven Powell, received Friday. But the sentence isn't the last of Powell's legal troubles.

Chuck and Judy Cox and their daughters attended the nearly two-hour long hearing. They had hoped for a much stiffer punishment to be handed down to the man they believe to be involved in Susan's disappearance.

This has happened many times before, that the criminal is minimally sentenced. As long as that happens, we're going to see more of the same thing throughout our lives.
–Chuck Cox

Judge Ronald Culpepper sentenced Steven Powell to 30 months in jail, with credit for time served. In all, he's expected to stay behind bars for the next 22 months, and then he'll be put on a 36-month probation. Steven Powell's daughter Alina also attended the hearing. She, on the other hand, was happy her dad got a "fairer sentence" than what prosecutors were pushing for.

"I think in this case, there's nothing to say, there's nothing you can say, because this is too politicized and too publicized," Alina Powell said. "If he didn't do it, he could say he didn't do it and no one would believe him. If he did do it, he could say he's sorry and nobody would believe him, and they would punish him as severely as if he weren't to say anything."

While the sentence signals the end of the criminal investigation, Steve Powell now faces a civil lawsuit. In addition, his case will likely result in more litigation related to Susan's disappearance.

Prior to Friday's sentencing, the attorney for Steve Powell's young voyeurism victims served his attorneys with papers essentially suing him.

"I walked into the jury room, and he was there sitting with his lawyers," Anne Bremner said. "And he did look at me, and I put the paperwork over toward him, hoping that he would touch it. He did not. His lawyers acknowledge that he served and thanked me."

Bremner is also focusing on her other clients: Chuck and Judy Cox. She wants records from the Pierce County Sheriff's Office about the evidence gathered against Powell in his voyeurism case, which may also have clues about what may have happened to Susan.

The Pierce County Sheriff's Office, Bremner says, had previously agreed to release the records at the end of the trial but now view a lawsuit as a "cleaner option."

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Post by Nama on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:45 pm

30 months cut to 22 for time served. What injustice! I bet he breaks parole when he gets out. He's not going to change his stripes. I hope someone keeps a close watch on him.

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:47 pm

And, he should Never be allowed to own any type of recording device again, not even a cell phone w/a camera!!

Can you say "spitting mad"?? angry

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Post by raine1953 on Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:04 am

I am so pissed!!!! I just got home and read this sh**!!!! And that's what it is! Why does it seem that the Powell's get away with everything. Rhetorical question. I cannot believe it. There's just no justice for things these slimy people do. Unbelievable.
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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:08 am

Exactly!!

It also sends a clear message that a grown man can take pics and video's of children and women incognito and get off w/a slap on the wrist! Bet all the sicko's out there are jumping for joy!

As BJ said, he is not to be trusted. He will do this again as AFTER he is off probation he is allowed to have a camera.

And, that one daughter of his is delusional!!

This sentence (if you want to call it that) was a real shocker! It's a slap in the face to the poor, innocent, unknowing families. They will never be able to live this down.

The Cox's have been through so much heartache it's a wonder they haven't had a stroke..or worse. Can any of us imagine losing our grandchildren in the manner that they did? And, not knowing Where their daughter is but knowing in their heart that JP murdered her? I do not think so

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue Jun 19, 2012 1:35 am

By Erin Alberty | The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published 1 hour ago • Updated 15 minutes ago

Steven Powell is appealing his conviction on voyeurism charges.

Powell, father-in-law of missing West Valley City woman Susan Powell, filed a notice of appeal Monday in the Pierce County Superior Court of Washington.

Powell was sentenced Friday to 30 months in jail and 36 months of probation for photographing two neighbor girls, then 8 and 9, through their window as they bathed and used the toilet in their Puyallup, Wash., home.

A jury in May convicted Powell of 14 counts of voyeurism, but Friday’s hearing began with arguments to have two of those counts dismissed. Washington’s voyeurism law says each count should reflect a different photo session. Prosecutors admitted two photographs were from the same session and dismissed one count.

One of Steve Powell’s attorneys, Mark Quigley, had said his client would appeal on the grounds the search of Powell’s home, which turned up digital evidence used to prosecute him, was illegal. A judge rejected that argument before his May trial.

Powell’s son, Josh Powell, was the only person of interest in the December 2009 disappearance of his wife. Then on Feb. 5 of this year, Josh Powell killed the sons he had with Susan, 7-year-old Charlie and 5-year-old Braden, and himself in a fire in Graham, Wash.

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Post by HippyChick2 on Tue Jun 19, 2012 3:42 pm

This makes me sick. No, I cannot imagine what Chuck and Judy are feeling or going through. Their sense of loss is unmeasurable yet this creep essentially gets away with his perversity, their daughter is still lost to them....just unimagineable.

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Normal Victims of Powell's voyeurism file suit against him/Will be released May 2013.

Post by Wrapitup on Wed Jun 20, 2012 11:18 pm

By Pat Reavy
June 20th, 2012 @ 4:31pm

TACOMA, Wash. — Calling his actions "outrageous," "heinous," "disgusting" and "egregious," the attorney representing two young Washington girls followed through on her promise Wednesday to file a civil lawsuit against Steven Powell.

Seattle-based attorney Anne Bremner filed a lawsuit against Powell on behalf of two of his former neighbors, then ages 8 and 10, whom Powell videotaped from his own home through an open door while they were in their bathroom. In the digital images taken from the recordings, the girls were nude or partially nude.

"Steven Powell watched and filmed plaintiffs’ most intimate and private affairs as they bathed, used the toilet and changed their clothes," Bremner wrote in the lawsuit. "Steven Powell’s offensive and unlawful conduct of watching and filming plaintiffs’ most intimate private affairs was extreme and outrageous in that it went beyond all possible bounds of decency and is utterly intolerable in a civilized society."

Powell, 62, was convicted May 16 on 14 counts of voyeurism. He was sentenced last week to 30 months in prison after a judge dismissed two of those counts. He was served with notice of the civil suit just before he was sentenced, although it wasn't officially filed in court until Wednesday.

Powell is appealing his conviction on the grounds that the police search of his home that led to the discovery of thousands of images of the neighbor girls, young women around the Seattle-Tacoma area, and Susan Powell, was unconstitutional.

Because of Powell's actions, Bremner said her clients suffer "severe emotional distress and will continue to suffer severe emotional distress indefinitely." She called the girls' emotional scars "permanent and irreparable."

Bremner said the girls are seeking restitution for their counseling and general damages for emotional distress, but said, "They're not out to make money."

Rather than funds, the lawsuit was more about obtaining records, preventing Powell from repeating his actions and possibly forcing him to move from the neighborhood because the only asset he has left is his house, she noted.

In filing his notice of appeal on his conviction, Powell indicated his home was worth about $250,000 and his 2005 Plymouth Voyager about $4,000, but he did not have any income from interest or dividends, his checking and savings accounts were empty and he had no cash.

By filing a civil suit, Bremner said she is now able to request police records regarding the search of Powell's home on behalf of both the young girls and Chuck and Judy Cox, the parents of Susan Cox Powell who has been missing from Utah for 2 1/2 years and is presumed dead. Bremner also represents the Coxes.

The prime suspect in Susan Powell's disappearance is her husband, Josh Powell, who killed himself and murdered his two young sons in February.

Bremner said the civil suit would take an average of 18 months to complete. What's important, she said, is to make sure Steven Powell is out of the lives of the young girls and their family once and for all, and to get him out of the neighborhood where he committed the crimes.

Bremner believes the likelihood of Powell re-offending is high.

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