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    Alexis Aldamir, Boston Mom With Frozen Babies Not Charged

    Alexis Aldamir, a now 69 year old woman will not face charges after four infants were found frozen in her freezer.

    During November of 2022, two male and two female infants were discovered frozen solid in shoe boxes wrapped in tin foil. Suffolk District Attorney Kevin Hayden informed the press on April 30th.

    According to DNA results all four siblings were the biological children of 69 year old Alexis Aldamir. The father of the children remain unnamed, but according to reports passed away in 2011. Aldamir had purchased the South Boston apartment, where the children were found in October 1983. During that time she worked at accounting firm in the city, from 1980 until October 2021.

    According to details no one at the firm knew of Aldamir’s pregnancy. Alexis Aldamir and the unnamed man also birthed a daughter in 1982. But gave her up for adoption, according to paperwork obtained by authorities.

    All the babies were full term (between 37 and 40 weeks of gestational age) and had no signs of trauma or injuries, per the release. The medical examiner said there is no method to determine how long the babies had been frozen and investigators were not able to establish their cause of death, which is listed as “undetermined.”

    A man and his wife discovered the infants in the freezer while cleaning the apartment for their sister, in November of 2022. The couple then contacted authorities.

    “This investigation, which is one of the most complex, unusual and perplexing that this office has ever encountered, is now complete,” District Attorney Hayden said in a statement. “While we have some answers, there are many elements of this case that will likely never be answered.”

    “We will never know exactly where or when the four babies found in Alexis Aldamir’s apartment were born,” Hayden continued. “We will never know if the four babies were born alive, and we will never know exactly what happened to them. We will never know how Alexis Aldamir concealed her pregnancies, or why she chose to do so.”

    Authorities said they were able to locate Aldamir at a residential healthcare facility and question her about the tragic case. However, the woman “appeared confused and demonstrated a lack of understanding about where she was and who she was speaking to,” per the press release. She ultimately wasn’t able to provide any significant information.

    The District Attorney’s office decided not to charge her with any crimes because, in order to file charges for a homicide, they would need evidence that the victims had once been alive and would also need their cause of death determined, according to officials. And based on her cognitive ability, investigators don’t believe Aldamir would be able to stand trial.

    Additionally, they could not file charges against the father since he is no longer alive.



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