Remember the bizarre and disturbing case of four infants found in the freezer in a home on East Broadway last year? Well, we have a long overdue update via the Boston Globe. And this case gets even more strange. 

The Globe is reporting that according to court records related to the case, the death investigation “is complex and ongoing.” It also reveals that a potential suspect has been identified, and the remains of the infants have led to evidence in an “unrelated homicide” that has already gone to trial. So strange.  Evidently, as the investigation was happening, police unwittingly discovered information related to an unrelated homicide. 

On November 17th and 18th of last year, the remains of two boys and two girls were found in unit 3 at 838 East Broadway. Also, according to the Globe, investigators have sought to exhume a body, obtain a DNA swab, and evaluate the competency of a potential suspect.

Police have not publicly revealed the identities of the infants or their families. No arrests have been reported as part of the death investigation. Prosecutors are hoping the death investigation will be completed in March. 

You can read the full article here. 

 

4 Comments

  1. Koz November 28, 2023 at 8:43 pm - Reply

    Four fetuses are found in a freezer at N & Broadway, a year later no clue what happened ? Really ? We need to wait until next March because it’s tied to another crime ? Really, you believe that ?
    Maybe the crime doesn’t fit the liberal narrative so let’s ignore the barbarism. If it were 4 dogs the town would up in arms. Wake up !

    • Maureen Dahill November 29, 2023 at 10:16 am - Reply

      they were not fetuses – they were actual infants. The whole thing is bizarre.

    • Brooke Harlow November 30, 2023 at 7:15 pm - Reply

      someone ALWAYS has to party into an article.
      BAD NEWS: Republicans kill as well…

  2. Justyn Tyme November 30, 2023 at 2:11 pm - Reply

    The resident of that apartment was the former spouse/relative of former Military Brass that at one time was a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of a former President. Perhaps the Wink, the Nod and the Envelope.??

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