Nanny killed boy, two, by forcing him to eat 50 g of salt in his porridge because he & # 39; moody & # 39; used to be
Nanny killed boy, two, by forcing him to eat 50 grams of salt in his porridge because he & # 39; moody & # 39; while she took care of him in Russia
- Toddler died after being forced to reduce the horrible amount of salt in Russia
- Nanny Yana Deinesh, 25, wanted to punish the child because it was moody at lunch
- She was charged with murder and sentenced to 14 years in prison for poisoning the child
A babysitter who has poisoned a two-year-old boy with salt has been sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Mother-of-two Yana Deinesh, 25, deliberately put a huge amount of salt in the boy's porridge and forced him to eat the poisonous meal.
The incident occurred during lunch in the village of Kholmogory in the Archangelsk Oblast region in northwestern Russia.
At lunch the boy was moody and the babysitter decided to punish him for that, according to the reports.
Mother of two Yana Deinesh, 25, with her head bowed during her conviction for the death of a boy by deliberately giving him salt
She took a pack of salt and poured almost half into the child's porridge.
Deinez then mixed the salt with the meal and vigorously infused the toddler.
Shortly thereafter the boy felt sick and lost consciousness. He was rushed to intensive care in a critical condition.
Doctors have done everything to save the child's life, but despite all his efforts, he died from salt poisoning.
Deinesh was arrested and fully confessed. During interrogations it was believed that she said that & # 39; she didn't want the boy to die & # 39;
Researchers say the victim was forced to lower at least 50 grams of salt in one go.
As a result, the dose of salt in the boy's body exceeded 60 times the norm and killed him.
Deinesh was arrested and fully confessed. During interrogations she said that & # 39; she didn't want the boy to die & # 39 ;.
The Arkhangelsk Regional Court accused Yana Deinesh of murder and sentenced her to 14 years in prison
Prosecutor Vadim Kuchin told local media: "Even an adult may not like eating salt."
& # 39; The victim was forced to eat it and the accused intentionally fed him.
& # 39; We treated the case as murder and the court agreed. & # 39;
The Arkhangelsk Regional Court accused Yana Deinesh of murder and sentenced her to 14 years in prison.
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