Yun Hin Moy is known to be Isabella Guzman’s mother, who was stabbed over 79 times in her face, neck, and torso area by her daughter Isabella back in 2013.
Isabella Guzman was just 18 years old in 2013 when she brutally stabbed and killed her mother Yun Hi Moy.
She stabbed her mother on the upper floor of their Colorado home while her stepfather was at home, he found his wife Yun dead and Isabella holding a knife according to CBS.
Guzman pleaded not guilty to the murder, she pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, something prosecutors said was clear. A judge accepted the plea, sending Guzman to the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo.
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Isabella Guzman’s mother Yun Hi May was brutally stabbed and killed back in 2013. Moy was stabbed over 79 times by her daughter Isabella in her torso, neck, and face.
However, her daughter was schizophrenic and had suffered highly disturbing delusions for years.
Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally. Schizophrenia may result in some combination of hallucinations, delusions, and extremely disordered thinking and behavior that impairs daily functioning, and can be disabling.
A doctor told the court Guzman did not believe her mother was in fact her mother. He testified Guzman believed she was killing a woman named Cecelia in order to save the world.
What Is Isabella Guzman Ethnicity?
Isabella Guzman’s ethnicity seems to be Asian. Although Guzman has not revealed anything about her ethnicity, she appears to be of Asian heritage judging by her images.
Moreover, her mother Yun Hi May also seemed to be of Asian heritage but information about her stepfather and her biological father has not come to the surface yet.
What Are Isabella Guzman Charges?
Isabella Guzman was charged with the murder of her mother according to CBS News.
However, as the case unfolded in the summer of 2014, doctors told the court Guzman was schizophrenic and had suffered highly disturbing delusions for years.
Prosecutors took that evidence very seriously. “We punish people who make decisions to do wrong when they knew better and they could have done something differently.
And in this particular case I am convinced, based on the evidence that I’ve seen and the information that’s been presented in court, that this woman did not know right from wrong and she could not have acted differently than she did, given the significant schizophrenia and paranoid delusions, audible, visual hallucinations that she was going through I was convinced of it and I felt like in the interest of justice I had to take these steps,” said then 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler.
Isabella Guzman today is serving her sentence in a Mental Facility. However, she hopes to join the workforce and society soon as she feels she has been treated according to Tuko.