10 nanny killers
10. Yoselin Ortega
The Crim family hired Yoselin Ortega (who was 50 years old) to look after their three children. One day, their mother, Maria Krim, returned home with her three-year-old son, whom she took from swimming lessons and found the bodies of her two other children in a house filled with blood. Six-year-old Lucia and one-year-old Leo were slaughtered by Ortega to death. As soon as Marina entered the room, Ortega cut her wrists and began to stab herself so violently with a knife that she pierced through her neck. Ortega and two children were taken to the hospital, where they stated the death of children, and Ortega was able to stabilize the state. The father of the family, Kevin, was just returning from a trip, and the police met him at the airport.
The motive for the killings was never established. It was only known that Ortega was stressed due to the fact that she could not transport her son from the Dominican Republic to the United States, and she was angry that she had not been paid a salary. She did not give any grateful testimony.
Marina and Kevin are currently waiting for another child.
9. David McGreevy
David McGreevy, now known as the “Monster of Worcester,” was a young man who lived with his family in the British city of Worcester in 1973. Once in April, he was asked to look after three young children. He brutally killed them, and their bodies planted on the fence on the street for all to see.
He was arrested on the same day and sentenced to life imprisonment. In 2009, a decision was made in which he was granted the right to anonymity, as his lawyers insisted that he has the legal right to conceal his identity. By that time, other prisoners had already attacked McGreevy twice, and the lawyers said that if he did not change his name, then the attacks would continue. This year, the decision was canceled, but in the future McGreevy may be allowed to change the name after all. He has already asked for parole for 8 times, and his request will be reviewed again this year.
8. Agnes Wong
In 2007, Agnes Wong was hired to look after the 16-month-old Hugo Wang. On January 25, Hugo was taken to a children's hospital in Manchester due to a serious head injury. Wong had already mocked the baby a few weeks before, and he already had numerous bruises, abrasions, bruises and burns.Wong claimed that she simply disciplined the child when he behaved poorly, and he received burns when playing with a hair dryer. Hugo died on January 26, and Wong was convicted a few days after that.
Wong was sentenced to 5 years in prison, but she served only two years, after which she was paid 4,500 pounds to return to Malaysia. Such decisions are justified by the fact that the state thus saves taxpayers money for the maintenance of criminals, and sends them out of the country themselves. And the money they give is a kind of bribe so that they do not try to go back to the UK.
7. Karl McCloney
Carl McCluny was 15 years old when he was asked to look after a two-year-old Demi Leah Mahon for an hour and a half. He went with her to the park, after which they returned home to Demi, where Karl beat her, bit her and shaved her bald head. When Demi's mother returned home, Karl sat and watched TV, and Demi was barely alive and immediately taken to hospital. Karl denied his guilt, claiming that Demi received all the numerous injuries due to falling when she was walking in the park. The girl had a severely damaged brain, and she was disconnected from the life support apparatus after two days.Karl was shown to a psychiatrist who said that the teenager had low intelligence and that he was probably from a dysfunctional family. Karl claimed that no one would convict him of this crime as he himself had already condemned himself, but he was given 15 years in prison even as a minor. The only likely motive for his actions was that the girl annoyed him greatly.
6. Markita Birch
In May 2012, when William Cunningham was only one year old, his mother’s friend Markita Birch looked after him. On Friday, 25th, Burch said to the police that the boy had disappeared somewhere when they were walking in the park with him in the evening. The police, firefighters and all the neighbors searched for the boy for more than five hours, and this is the story Birch began to arouse suspicion. In the end, it turned out that William was dead and hidden in a closet in her cousin's house. Burch claimed that she was not guilty of his death, that she just saw him at the foot of the stairs on May 23, and in the evening of the previous day she gave him ibuprofen before going to bed. He was still alive, and she thought the boy had fallen, but instead of taking him to the hospital, she panicked, put him in a trash bag and hid it. According to investigator reports, the boy was already dead for at least 48 hours before he was found, and he had intracranial hemorrhage.Birch was initially found not guilty, but then they changed the decisions and condemned her for leaving the child in danger and manslaughter. She was sentenced to imprisonment for 19.5 years.
5. Frederick Mitchell
In March of this year, 21-year-old Frederick Mitchell from the city of Cincinnati looked after the six-month-old Elliot Maghrditchian, son of one of Mitchell's neighbors. And in the middle of the day Mitchell threw the child against the wall for unknown reasons. Elliot was taken to hospital where he died a few days later. Mitchell's mother, Angela, claims that Frederick suffered from seizures and stress, and that everything that happened was just an accident. Mitchell was initially charged with assault, and a bail of $ 1 million was assigned to him. But after the death of the child, the prosecution was changed, and Mitchell was facing life imprisonment. He is now awaiting trial in Hamilton County.
4. Gabriela Gonzalez
Gabriela González, 25, was illegally imported into the United States 6 years ago and forced into prostitution. She managed to leave this life and move to Richmond, Virginia. In October 2011, one of the women with whom Gabriela lived lived in Maryland in search of work and left her two-year-old daughter, Kiera Nicole, in the care of her friend.Kiera had a rash, and she was constantly crying, but Gabriela could not calm her down. Her irritation was growing, and at one moment she suddenly exploded and began violently to shake the girl and beat her head against the toilet or the bathroom. An autopsy revealed hemorrhages in the brain and spinal cord, as well as a skull fracture. Kiera was connected to life support systems, but she died three days later.
Gonzalez claimed that the girl was injured when jumping on the bed, and even tried to convince the police that the child was choking himself. Even in court she did not repent. Gonzalez was sentenced to 20 years in prison and deprived of parental rights.
3. Michael Plumador
Alianna Lemmon and her two sisters were supervised by their neighbor, Michael Plumadora, because their mother was sick and her father worked at night. On Friday, December 23, 2011, Alianna disappeared. Plumador told the police that he simply thought that the girl had left his house on wheels and had gone to her own. Christmas came, but no trace of the girl was ever found. The FBI joined the case the following Thursday, and it was only then that Plumador said that he had hit her with a brick on the porch of his house, and then all night she dismembered her body with a hacksaw.Then for some reason he froze her head, arms and legs, and threw the rest of her body into a trash can.
No motive for the murder was revealed, especially given that the other two girls remained unharmed. Initially, he was sentenced to death, but when he himself confessed guilt, the sentence was changed to life imprisonment without the right to parole.
2. William Howard Lale
William Howard Leila was accused of killing a child and abusing children after his girlfriend asked Leila to look after her two children. On Saturday evening, Leil ran out of the house in a panic, shouting for help, ran back into the house and again went out with the body of a 20-month-old Jade in his arms. He was dead, and the medical staff went to the aid of his three-year-old sister Kylie, who by that time was with other neighbors. They found that Kylie had fresh burn marks on his head, shoulders and legs. She was taken to hospital, and Leila was arrested.
Leil deliberately burned Jadeon too, and there was a lot of water in his lungs. Za Layla was set bail of 100 thousand dollars, but the murder charge did not allow him to make.At the moment he is in the prison of Katoba County, and he faces the death penalty or life imprisonment.
1. Elzbieta Plakovska
On October 30, 2012, Elzbieta Plakovska looked after the five-year-old daughter of her friend Olivia and her own seven-year-old son, Justin. That night, she inflicted 100 knife wounds to her son and 50 knife wounds to Olivia, killing both children.
After the arrest of Plakovska, she repeatedly changed her testimony. At first, she said that it was not she who killed the children, but someone broke into the house and committed this crime while she went out to smoke. Then she claimed she killed the children, because she thought they were possessed by the devil. Then the devil was replaced by "public evil." She also stated that she had heard voices in her head and tried to justify her inadequate condition by the recent death of her father.
In the end, she confessed to the murder of Justin and said that she did it to take revenge on her husband. And she killed Olivia because she witnessed the first crime. Arthur Plakovski was a truck driver and spent a lot of time away from home. Eljbeta claimed that he destroyed their marriage, and Arthur argued that their relationship was good.The strange motive, the contradictory testimony, and the fact that she killed Olivia only because the girl saw Justin's murder, although Elzbieta could have committed him somewhere not in the house, make this matter very confusing. Despite her initial confessions, Elzhbet again refused to admit her guilt in November last year, and now she is undergoing a psychiatric examination, which will determine whether she will be able to stand trial.