Winnipeg woman accused of concealing 6 dead infants likely the mother: Forensic biologist

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WINNIPEG —; A DNA expert has testified there is “very strong evidence” that Andrea Giesbrecht is the mother of some of the babies found in a Winnipeg storage locker.

Christine Crossman, a forensic biologist, testified at Giesbrecht’s trial on Wednesday afternoon.

Crossman said there was evidence of varying degrees of strength showing all six babies were Giesbrecht’s.

DNA from the infant remains was compared to a soiled sanitary napkin taken from Giesbrecht’s home and a sample given by her husband.



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    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.

    Under cross-examination from Giesbrecht’s lawyer, Crossman admitted she didn’t use a sample obtained directly from Giesbrecht.

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    Giesbrecht is on trial for six counts of concealing infant remains.

    Earlier on Wednesday, Giesbrecht’s lawyer said she had at least ten legal abortions between 1994 and 2011.

    Giesbrecht also has two teenage sons.

    During the first two days of Giesbrecht’s trial, witnesses told disturbing testimony about what they found when the McPhillips St. storage locker was searched in 2014.

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    The six bodies were found wrapped in towels or placed in bags.

    One bag contained the body of a boy along with toy cars, socks and a necklace.

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