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Thu, 19 Jun, 2014 12:04:28 AM
Recovery of 5 dead foetuses from Oulu apartment
FTimes-STT Report, June 19
 
Photo – Lehtikuva.
The police have confirmed that pregnancies of the woman suspected of terminating five nearly full-term foetuses took place in 2005-2013.
 
Earlier, it was thought that the last pregnancy was terminated in 2011.
 
Three of her last pregnancies did happen during her current marriage, according to police sources. 
 
The husband was however not aware of the pregnancy that had been ended in 2011. He was away from home for a long period of time due to marital difficulties.
 
The husband is however no longer regarded as a suspect in this case.
 
The interrogation of the woman is in the final stages and is expected to be complete this week.
 
According to the police, the woman has not been able to give a reasonable explanation for her actions.
 
The interrogation will continue until the forensic examinations of the babies are completed. 
 
The ages of the babies have not yet been confirmed, but preliminary findings suggest the pregnancies could have been sustained.
 
The police are looking for possible candidates who might have fathered the babies. The paternities have to be confirmed by DNA tests which will take several weeks.
 
The police are investigating the case as manslaughter and breach of the sanctity of the grave.
 
The police on June 4 discovered a package containing the remains of five full-term foetuses from the basement of an apartment house at Heinäpää in Oulu. 
 
The preliminary investigation indicates that the killings had been done between 2003 and 2011.This information is based on the suspected woman’s own testimony. 
 
After the incident the present husband of the woman was questioned by the police on suspicion of abetting one case of manslaughter.
 
 
 
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