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Admitted to drowning her sons

Sigtuna mother may soon be released

Published onsdag 6 juni 2012 kl 11.22
Flowers and lit candles by the lakeside in Sigtuna where two small boys, 4 and eight years old, were found dead. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/Scanpix

A women who admitted to drowning her two sons in a lake in Sigtuna last fall will be deported back to Kenya, reports the tabloid Aftonbladet.

The 31-year-old woman was sentenced in March to a closed psychiatry facility for an indefinite period, followed by a life-time deportation for killing her two sons.

Less than three months later she may be released. The deportation procedures have begun. Aftonbladet reports that the woman will likely be freed once she arrives to Kenya.

The woman suffers from a serious mental disorder. The half-brothers, aged 4 and 8, were found by police divers after they were reported missing by their father.

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