Killer mum ordered home
A Lithuanian woman who murdered her newborn son in the north-east has been ordered to return to her homeland to face allegations that she also killed a baby daughter.
Ineta Dzinguviene is serving a life sentence for suffocating day-old Paulius Dzingus and hiding his body in a holdall outside her Fraserburgh flat.
Authorities in Lithuanian now believe she killed her daughter Paulina as well, just days after the infant was born in April 2009. An investigation was launched after the remains of a baby girl were found in a suitcase at Dzinguviene’s former family home in Marijampole, Lithuania.
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