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SPANISH FORK -- The father of a Spanish Fork teen who disappeared more than a decade ago says the legal system is "goofing off" when it comes to getting justice for his daughter.
The body of Kiplyn Davis has never been found, but two of her former classmates have been accused of her murder. Tuesday, one of those men--Timmy Brent Olsen--appeared in court to discuss his request for a change of venue in the case.
Davis' father attended the hearing and told the Deseret News he felt it is a "crying shame" Olsen is being able to delay his trial so much.
Chris Jeppson, the other man charged with Davis' death, pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of obstruction of justice earlier this year.