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Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2018. 1:57 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Up to this morning, the Belize Police Department has been unable to confirm or disprove reports that an Antelope street woman buried the body of her premature newborn child in her yard. 

Inspector with the police Crimes Investigation Branch, Wilfredo Ferrufino, said yesterday that officers along with a pathologist were out canvassing the area, but this morning the department’s media relations unit said that there is no update to in the case.

Channel 7 news reported last night that the station spoke with the accused woman, who maintained that she is innocent and that someone is trying to frame her.

The report first came out via social media on Monday, amidst already high social tensions in the wake of baby, Alyssa Nunez’s, tragic death and several other heinous acts committed against children within the past five days.
Thus far, several organizations including the National Committee for Families and Children, opposition People’s United Party, and the National Evangelical Association of Belize have all issued statements condemning acts of violence against children.


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