I killed my daughter too, admits woman who smothered baby son
A woman who smothered her newborn son at her home in the north-east has finally confessed to killing her baby daughter as well.
Ineta Dzinguviene, who was jailed over the death of her infant boy, Paulius, in Fraserburgh three years ago, is at the centre of a fresh murder probe in her Lithuanian homeland.
Authorities in the Baltic state have accused the 28-year-old of murdering her newborn daughter in April 2009, shortly before she moved to Scotland with her husband.
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