GUILTY!!! KYLR YUST CONVICTED!!!

The infamous local tattooed dude and bad boy will be behind bars for a very long time after his nice guy routine confronted FAIL inside the Cass County Justice Center.

First with the news . . .

KMBC: Kylr Yust found guilty of killing Kara Kopetsky, Jessica Runions

Deets . . .

A St. Charles County jury found Yust guilty on count one of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Kara Kopetsky and guilty on count two of murder in the second degree in the death of Jessica Runions.

The women were killed nearly a decade apart. Jurors deliberated for about 15 hours to reach the verdict. 

The sentencing phase is expected to begin Friday.

He's looking at up to 30 years maximum with a minimum of at least 10 years. Skeptical hot take: After the story fades from public memory, he could be out in about 7 years for this conviction based completely on circumstantial evidence and mostly by way of his own confession. 

Links . . .

Fox4: Kylr Yust trial - Victim impact statements, sentencing scheduled for Friday

KCUR: Jury Convicts Kylr Yust In Killings Of Two Women Nearly A Decade Apart

KSHB: Jury finds Yust guilty of manslaughter, murder in deaths of Kopetsky, Runions

Channel 9: Yust shows little emotion after being found guilty in killings of Kopetsky, Runions

KCTV5: After guilty verdicts, Yust could spend rest of his life in prison

Developing . . .

Comments

  1. Going upstate will be rough on him. He'll be even more dangerous when he's out.

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  2. No, he will not be out 7 years. I the families will their at every parole hearing saying NO.

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  3. ^^^ So 8 years then? Sad.

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  4. I give a big thank you to the people of St Charles Mo. Jury. He would have been found not guilty with a Jackson county jury.

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  5. Thank god Petersucker was never involved in this, she would have fucked it up so bad we would have had to pay him millions of dollars and he would be set free.

    She’s that stupid.

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  6. die in prison you piece of shit

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  7. This guy will be dead by New Year's Day.

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  8. Cass county screwed up by recording phone calls between Yust and his attorneys. He could end up walking.

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  9. If they run the sentences consecutively instead of concurrently he might do the whole 30 years. By the way Tony...the trial was in Cass County not Jackson like your tagline says. Cass usually gives out longer sentences.

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    1. Good call Granni. I see TKC changed. it.

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  10. DISGUSTING LIBERAL

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  11. I’ve been warcrhing manifest on kshb tv and they’ve been scrolling that kyler was convicted and it’s been scrolling non stop all night, isn’t this the same people that said they wouldn’t do theses things because it’s hurtful or some dumb shit like that? They don’t do this for the koloreds when they have multiple murders right? Is this some more of that white hate crap they spew constantly?

    Don’t get me wrong this retard should fry but it’s apparent what’s going on with the media and the hate whitey crap going on nowadays.

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  12. Sorry hateful beatches. I see that the office of Jean Peters Baker scored another victory. Good for her, she is going a great job!

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    1. This was in CASS County in Harrisonville dummy. No Jean Peters Baker involved.

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  13. Isn't this his first major offense?

    I think probation is in order. We should not let the media and the mob dictate justice. He is young enough to be reformed and should not waste away in jail.

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  14. This is a weird question, but was the trial in St. Charles County? I had no idea

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  15. ^^^ Not weird at all. The trial was held at the Cass County Justice Center in Harrisonville, MO.

    The jury was brought in from St. Charles County.

    The prosecution was from Jackson County.

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  16. I'm wearing the duster4/15/21, 10:55 PM

    ^^^^
    ^^^
    And yet, he'll be out in 5 years on probation. Weird.

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  17. I remember the Good Samaritan murderers. Those two wonderful specimens of humanity had both been given life sentences in Missouri -- seven years previously -- when they were released on parole. Within a month, three people with nothing but helpful intentions toward them were dead. In Missouri, Life (or 30 years) by no means is really for Life, or 30 years, or even 10 years.

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  18. If I were family and he gets out in 8 years...... he would be a dead man.

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  19. 6:25, you've seen too many movies.

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  20. Of course he is guilty- hope this fucking douche rots in jail.

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  21. 8:03 keeps repeating himself. He needs some new material

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    1. I'll repeat until it sinks in, Clint Geezerwood.

      You've seen too many movies.

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  22. He won't do well in prison. Just like child molestors and cops, these types are targets.

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  23. ^^And you are full of shit.
    Prisons are full of lowlifes like this. They say, "Two bitches killed". "So what"?
    To them he will be a hero.

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