Baby Magda case comes to court
4th January 2013
The tragic story of baby Magda returned to the news this week when prosecutors brought charges against the baby’s mother to court.
© Artur Gierwatowski / Newspix.p
The case of Baby Magda gripped the nation in January of 2012 when her mother appealed for help in finding the six-month-old child after she claimed she had been attacked and the child kidnapped. A nationwide search involving thousands of people and huge media coverage was called off however when the mother, Katarzyna W, then confessed to the child having died in a tragic accident at home after which she had hidden the baby’s body near a river.
TVN reported this week that the District Prosecutor’s Office in Katowice, near to the town of Sosnowiec where ...
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