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The Latest: Parents of 2 children killed by nannies are seeking new law



The latest about a nanny who was sentenced to stab two children to death in her home (all times locally):

20:25

A man whose two young children are from their nanny York says he wants to thank the judge and the jury in their murder trial, where they found her guilty.

Kevin Crimea says he and his wife are "guilty" to the prosecutors and police since the two-year killings of 2012 The Old Lion and the 6-year-old Lulu

The Krims say on Facebook, they believe that parents should be protected from the "evil and lying" of other people. They say that they support legislation to make it a crime to falsify an application or credentials for someone involved in child care, such as their nanny.

Dominican nanny Yoselyn Ortega (YOH-sih-lihn ear-TAY ̵

1; guh) was convicted on Wednesday, although she claimed she was too mentally ill to be held responsible for killing the children.

19:35

The parents of two small children were stabbed to death by their nanny in New York shortly after the murder of Nonny they posted a collage of pictures of them on their Facebook page

19659002] Marina and Kevin Crim founded the Lulu and Leo Fund, which aims to support innovative art programs for children. They use the Fund's Facebook page to report on their lives in October 2012 after their children's death, Leo and Lucia, Lulu, was named

Dominican nanny Yoselyn Ortega (YOH & # 39; -sih-lihn Ear-TAY (guh) was convicted on Wednesday, although she claimed she was too mentally ill to be responsible for killing the children.

The children's mother wrote on Instagram after judging that she loves Lulu and Leo.

17:40

A nanny who had been sentenced to stab two children in her New York home while her parents were away cried when they were taken out of a courtroom.

Yoselyn Ortega (YOH'i-sih-lihn ear-) TAY'-guh) beat 6-year-old Lucia Crim and 2-year-old Leo Crim in October 2012, while her mother became a sister to one Took a swimming lesson and her father was on a business trip. She was convicted of murder on Wednesday, even though she claimed she was too mentally ill at the time to be held accountable.

Ortega did not respond when the verdict was read. But she wiped the tears from her eyes as she left the courtroom later.

The father of the children took turns hugging juries and crying with them.

Ortega, 55, comes from the Dominican Republic and is in jail for life.

17:25

Prosecutors say that the parents of two children who were stabbed to death by their nanny in their New York home "experienced the worst nightmare a parent could endure"

19659002] Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. says his heart goes to the Crimea.

Nanny Yoselyn Ortega (YOH-sih-lihn ear-TAY) has 6-year-old Lucia Crimea and 2-year-old Leo Crimea in October 2012, when her mother took a sister for a swimming lesson brought and her father was not in town. She was convicted of murder on Wednesday, although she claimed she was too mentally ill to be held accountable.

The father of the children hugged juries in court and cried with them when the verdict was read.

55-year-old Ortega hails from the Dominican Republic and faces imprisonment.

16:30

A nanny convicted of murder for stabbing two children in his New York home has no response to the child's

The Father of the Children, Kevin Crimea, went to court on Wednesday with two other jurors who said that they would stick to the verdict and then hugged them after they were read. They cried together.

The jury found the nanny Yoselyn Ortega (YOH-sih-lihn ear-TAY) guilty of the murder of 6-year-old Lucia Krim and 2-year-old Leo Crim in October 2012 [19659002] The nanny's lawyer had argued that she was mentally ill and should not be held accountable.

Investigators say Lucia has been stabbed more than 30 times and Leo has been stabbed five times.

The 55-year-old Ortega is

4:15 pm

A nanny who argued that she was too mentally ill to be responsible for having two children in her New Yorker

The jury sentenced Yoselyn Ortega (YOH-sih-lihn ear-TAY) on Wednesday in October 2012 for the murder of 6-year-old Lucia Krim and her 2-year-old brother found guilty (Leo Krim)

The nanny's lawyer had argued that she was mentally ill and should not be held responsible for the deaths of the children.

Investigators say Lucia has been stabbed more than 30 times and Leo has been stabbed five times. The prosecutors say that Ortega knew what she was doing and understood "every stitch, every blow."

The children's mother found them in a bathroom.

55-year-old Ortega hails from the Dominican Republic and faces imprisonment


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