WINNIPEG — After a short hiatus, the trial for the woman accused of concealing the remains of six infants in a storage locker, is expected to continue Monday.
Andrea Giesbrecht has been charged with six counts of concealing the bodies in a McPhillips Street storage locker.
The trail began in April and court heard several disturbing discoveries about the incident, which happened in October 2014. The trial has been put on pause since late April due to scheduling conflicts.
In one of the last days before the break, a medical expert told court it was possible the infants found in the storage locker were born alive.
DNA from the infants remains was compared to a soiled sanitary napkin taken from Giesbrecht’s home and a sample given by her husband.
Test results yielded strong evidence showing five of the babies belonged to Giesbrecht and her husband and moderately strong evidence the sixth also belonged to them.
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