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An Indiana woman convicted of fatally stabbing her boyfriend to 39 times during a sex game that was said to be released on parole after 18 years in prison on Tuesday, according to Tippecanoe County prosecutors.
Anastazia Schmid, 45, had a “psychotic break from reality” during a consensual sex game in 2001, where her boyfriend, Tony Heathcote, being restrained and blindfolded, according to a U.S. district Court, USA Today reported.
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There is allegedly heard a voice, said Heathcote was evil and had to be put to death.
(Tippecanoe County Jail)
Her murder conviction was quashed in May.
“The testimony of Mrs. Schmid’s counsel that she was a psychotic, heavily medicated … was raised … doubts about her competence (s) on-trail (sp),” the judge wrote in his ruling.
There is a strong case to be guilty on Monday to voluntary manslaughter. In her 44 years 299 days the sentence was commuted to time served.
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There is going to be on parole for two years, USA Today reported.