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>> A New York nanny was found guilty of stabbing to death two children in her care in a case that drew national headlines. A jury unanimously rejected the insanity defense of 55-year-old Yoselyn Ortega. The nanny now faces life in prison for the murders.>> The reasons for the defendant's actions lay within her delusional mind.
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>> Her lawyer had argued she was following the devil's order to kill the children and herself. When she stabbed six-year-old Lucia Krim and her two-year-old brother, Leo, in their luxury Manhattan apartment in October of 2012. She left their bloody bodies in a bathtub. The children were discovered by their mother who walked in to find the nanny standing over them, stabbing her own neck with a kitchen knife.
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>> This defendant>> Prosecutors say Ortega's attack was prompted by her anger at being asked to work too hard. They say the nanny, who had brought her teenage son from the Dominican Republic and enrolled him in a private school, was overwhelmed by financial concerns.