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    CANADA - Saskatoon, SK - Searchers at Landfill looking for infant remains 4 Nov 2010

    So sad ~

    "A search team is working with Saskatoon police to comb the city's garbage dump, hoping to find the remains of a newborn baby who may have been dumped in the trash over the Thanksgiving weekend."

    more at link....

    http://news.sympatico.ctv.ca/home/ch...dfill/209e34cd


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    Police 'not very hopeful' of finding infant's body

    http://www.thestarphoenix.com/Police...481/story.html

    RIP Baby Girl


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    I thought cadaver dogs were trained to hit only on HUMAN remains, yet the one they are using has it on a moose head, a pig's remains and a dead dog.


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    Saskatoon landfill search for newborn to continue through weekend

    Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/Saskat...#ixzz14RX8MryP


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melly53 View Post
    I thought cadaver dogs were trained to hit only on HUMAN remains, yet the one they are using has it on a moose head, a pig's remains and a dead dog.
    I thought that too. Interesting.



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    Search for body of newborn at Saskatoon landfill called off: police


    Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/life/S...#ixzz14jLONjLH


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    According to a release from the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS), on Oct. 27, 2010, police began receiving reports from various sources that a teenager had given birth to a baby sometime over the Thanksgiving weekend.

    Police interviewed the then 17-year-old woman and determined that she did, in fact, gave birth to the child. Police say the woman placed the deceased baby in a garbage container outside of the home and the contents were then taken to the Saskatoon landfill.
    http://m.metronews.ca/#/article/news...-landfill.html


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    October 2013:

    The defendant, who was 17 at the time of the incident, was sentenced Friday by a Saskatchewan provincial court judge to two years of probation with counseling. She pleaded guilty in May to neglecting to obtain assistance in childbirth and concealing the body of a child.
    http://m.metronews.ca/#/article/news...probation.html


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