Appeal Hearing
December 12 2018 10:58am

‘I don’t think she’d keep the bodies on her mantel’: Lawyer argues preservation in Giesbrecht case

During the appeal hearing on Wednesday in the case of Andrea Giesbrecht, who was sentenced to 8.5 years in prison for concealing the remains of dead infants in a storage locker, Defence Lawyer Greg Brodsky argued that Giesbrecht had the intent to preserve the dead bodies rather than dispose of them, because she rented a large, heated locker and paid rent. In addition, there was no proof that the infants were previously alive or stillborn.