Son Stabbed Cancer Struck Parents And Leaving Her Mother Paralyzed To "Live A Better Life"

Posted by Abdul Rafay in News On 2nd January 2021
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A son cut his disease stricken father and mother – leaving her incapacitated – in a peculiar offer to 'carry on with a superior life', it was asserted. Tyler Hiland, 26, apparently flew at father John and mother Darcy at their home in Minneapolis on December 21.

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A son stabbed his cancer-stricken father and mother

In a curious attempt to "live a better life," a son stabbed his cancer-stricken father and mother, leaving her crippled, it was said. On December 21, Tyler Hiland, 26, reportedly flew to dad John and mother Darcy's home in Minneapolis. Darcy's spinal cord was partly severed by the attack and left her paralyzed.

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She resides in intensive care, and while John underwent cancer chemotherapy surgery

She resides in intensive care, and while John underwent cancer chemotherapy surgery, she was the primary breadwinner for her home. After being stabbed, John tried to dial 911 to confirm what had occurred.

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Tyler Hiland was found with blood spattered over his palms, face, and foot

In response to discovering him and his wife with knife wounds to their necks, the police arrived at Hiland's house, with Darcy informing first responders that she could not move. In the family garage, Tyler Hiland was found with blood spattered over his palms, face, and foot.

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Son even admitted smoking crystal meth before embarking on the bloodbath

He was cuffed and jailed and, during a later interrogation, reportedly denied attempting to murder his parents. According to police reports seen by CBS Minnesota, Hiland gave the excuse to assume that if he killed them he would 'have a happier life,' and even admitted smoking crystal meth before embarking on the bloodbath.

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He was accused of first and second-degree assault

He was accused of first and second-degree assault, and if charged, he faced up to 30 years in prison. At Hennepin Healthcare hospital, John and Darcy Hiland, who are both grandparents of twin girls, live. Whether Darcy will recover from the paralysis caused by the stabbing remains uncertain.

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A GoFundMe page created to help cover the hospital costs of the pair

A GoFundMe page created to help cover the hospital costs of the pair reports that she has partial paralysis,' the repercussions of which will likely be with her for the rest of her life.' Darcy has recovered more mobility on both sides of her body and is no longer bleeding spinal fluid, an update published on Tuesday added.

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