1. ACCUSED KILLER

    Police: NYC Nanny Resented Employers

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    The New York City nanny charged with the stabbing deaths of two children in her care said she resented her employers, according to police. Fifty-year-old Yoselyn Ortega was interviewed by police over the weekend from her hospital bed at NewYork-Presbyterian. Ortega did not confess to the killings of Lucia and Leo Krim. “She had resentment toward the parents,” an official told The New York Times, and “they were always telling her what to do.” Ortega has been charged with first-degree murder.

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