Vidinhar Photo Gallery

Thursday , June 19, 2014 - 10:01 AM

  • Alice Soto, of logan, says she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. Alice holds the obituary her family made from a newspaper and a photograph of Benjie that his adoptive family took and sent her a few months before his death. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)
  • Todd Utzinger, attorney for Aza Vidinhar, speaks to attorneys during a break at the Davis Justice Complex in Farmington on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Vidinhar, 16, struck a plea deal in 2nd District Court, pleading guilty to two counts of murder in the May 22, 2013, deaths of his brothers Alex Vidinhar, 10, and Benjie Vidinhar, 4, in their West Point home. Vidinhar will serve time in both juvenile detention and adult prison.
  • Aza Vidinhar, 15, is accused of stabbing his younger adopted brothers to death.
  • 2nd District Judge David Hamilton speaks during Aza Ray Vidinhar's plea deal during 2nd District Court at the Davis Justice Complex in Farmington on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Vidinhar, 16, plead guilty to two counts of murder in the May 22, 2013, deaths of his brothers Alex Vidinhar, 10, and Benjie Vidinhar, 4, in their West Point home. Vidinhar will serve time in both juvenile detention and adult prison.
  • Alice Soto, of logan, says she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. Alice holds her youngest, Kayauna Soto, two and a half months, at her home on Friday, November 29, 2013. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)
  • 2nd District Judge David Hamilton speaks with attorneys during Aza Ray Vidinhar's plea deal during 2nd District Court at the Davis Justice Complex in Farmington on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Vidinhar, 16, plead guilty to two counts of murder in the May 22, 2013, deaths of his brothers Alex Vidinhar, 10, and Benjie Vidinhar, 4, in their West Point home. Vidinhar will serve time in both juvenile detention and adult prison.
  • Alice Soto, of logan, says she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. Alice's son, Fabian Valdez, 20 months, clings to her leg as she poses to show the photographs. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)
  • Alice Soto, of logan, said she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. Alice has Benjie's birth name "Kaysius" and date of death tattooed on her neck. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)
  • Alice Soto, of logan, says she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. She holds another son, Fabian Valdez, 20 months, on November 29, 2013. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)
  • Benjie Vidinhar (Courtesy family photo)
  • Alex Vidinhar (Courtesy family photo)
  • Alice Soto, of logan, says she is the biological mother of Benjamin Vidinhar, who was stabbed to death in layton on May 22, 2013. Alice didn't find out about her biological son's death until the day after his funeral when the Standard-Examiner posted a photo of him online. Alice's son, Fabian Valdez, 20 months, clings to her leg as she poses to show the photographs. (BRIANA SCROGGINS/Standard-Examiner)

Photos over the past year related to the Vidinhar case.

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