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Canada Eight years for Quebec woman who hid bodies of three newborns at home

00:06  26 october  2019
00:06  26 october  2019 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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A 27- year -old Quebec woman has been charged with the murders of three newborn babies. Local police then searched the woman ’s home and discovered the bodies of the three children. One neighbour who spoke to CTV said he was certain the woman was pregnant at some point in the past.

a car parked in a parking lot: According to the Sûreté du Québec, the bodies of the three newborns were from three separate births.© Peter McCabe According to the Sûreté du Québec, the bodies of the three newborns were from three separate births.

A 28-year-old woman who kept the dead bodies of her three newborn babies inside her home in Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac was sentenced to eight years in prison on Friday.

The woman, who cannot be identified because she is the mother of a fourth child who is still alive, pleaded guilty in July to one count of involuntary homicide, two counts of concealing the body of a child and one count of corrupting morals.

The Crown and the defence agreed to suggest an eight-year prison sentence at the woman’s sentencing hearing at the St-Jérôme courthouse on Friday.

Police investigate after man, two children found dead in apparent murder suicide

  Police investigate after man, two children found dead in apparent murder suicide Montreal police are investigating the discovery of the bodies of two children and their father as an apparent double murder followed by a suicide. Police say a woman phoned 911 just after 9 p.m. Tuesday to report that three people were possibly dead inside an east-end home — a 40 year-old man, a seven-year-old boy and a five-year-old girl. "She said she discovered three bodies inside a house," Const. Manuel Couture said. He confirmed the man wasPolice say a woman phoned 911 just after 9 p.m. Tuesday to report that three people were possibly dead inside an east-end home — a 40 year-old man, a seven-year-old boy and a five-year-old girl.

She also faces three other charges: disposing of a child’s body with intent to conceal the fact she gave birth; failing The woman has another child and cannot be named. Provincial police said Thursday she went to Police said in a statement they found the remains of the children a day later in her home in

A 27- year -old Quebec woman has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder in connection to the deaths of her three newborn babies. The accused woman , from Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-lac on Montreal’s North Shore, was the mother of all three of the infants from separate pregnancies

Superior Court Judge James Brunton accepted the joint recommendation.

The woman was charged in November 2017 with six criminal charges, including three counts of murder.

However, those charges were later amended after a pathology report could not prove that two of the three newborns were alive when they were born.

As a result, she was charged with the involuntary homicide of one of her newborns, but was also charged with hiding her other newborns’ bodies “with the intention of hiding the fact that their mother had given birth.”

The fourth charge of corrupting morals concerns corrupting the morals of a child or making the home unfit for the presence of a child.

According to the Sûreté du Québec, the woman was arrested after she went to a hospital in St-Eustache with lower abdominal pain in October 2017. After an examination, medical personnel found evidence that the woman had given birth, which she denied. Suspicious, staff alerted local police.

Police searching the woman’s home the following day found the lifeless body of a newborn in the basement. The officers discovered the other two newborn bodies later at the residence.

According to the SQ, the bodies of the three newborns were from three separate births.

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