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Easter sat alone at the defense table, without his co-defendant and ex-wife, Jill.

Don’t believe it.” For Kelli Peters, the run-in with the Easters amounted to “the worst experience of her life,” Marcereau said.

Her daughter Sydnie, who was 10 when the Easters tried to frame her mother, had refused to sleep alone for fear “the Easter monster” would abduct her, Marcereau said.

When Easter put on his case now and called her to the stand — with a sign-language interpreter on hand for her claimed hearing loss — he did not seem angry at the woman he claimed had ruined him.

Instead, his tone seemed almost wistful, his gaze tender.

She was now calling herself Ava Everheart, and so he began, “Good afternoon, Ms.

Everheart.” “Good afternoon.” He began by acknowledging the damage he’d done to her name.

And still the sole breadwinner for his three kids, aged 8, 10 and 12.

“All this education that I had is now completely useless to me, by and large,” he said.

“Kent Easter and his wife, Jill Easter, plotted and planned and schemed to destroy the life of Kelli Peters for a full year,” Marcereau told jurors in his opening remarks.

He detailed their futile campaign to oust her from her volunteer job at Plaza Vista elementary, and their ill-fated plot to disgrace her by planting drugs in her car.

Had he conspired with his wife to plant drugs in Peters’ car? ” “It was my wife.” That was in keeping with his failed defense during his criminal trials, in which he had cast her as the culprit.