Thursday, 6 July 2017

Mom bags 130 years imprisonment


An Indiana mother who confessed to killing of her two adopted children was on Thursday sentenced to 130years imprisonment. The 30 year old mother said she was guilty of the charges against her but she was very sorry as she wasn't in the right state at the time she committed the crimes.


In December, she wrote a letter to the court to authenticate what she said.


The victims, Lilliana Hernandez, 7, and Rene Pasztor, 6 had been living with their grandparents who had custody of them but on September 26, 2016, their mother abducted them. Their bodies were found five hours later in the backseat of a stolen car parked behind the Elkhart Police Department, about 70 miles northwest of Fort Wayne. Pasztor had flagged down an officer and showed him the bodies.

'I do believe you're sorry,' Judge Michael Christofeno told Pasztor during Thursday's sentencing hearing. 'But that unfortunately does not undo this horrific act.'

The judge ruled that Pasztor, who has been diagnosed as bipolar and schizophrenic, was competent to stand trial after she underwent three psychological evaluations to determine whether she was able to assist with her defense.





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