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A mother was accused of murdering her newborn son more than 20 years ago (stock image)

Mother is accused of killing her newborn baby boy in a caravan park when she was just 14 years old

  • The boy's body is said to have been found in a toilet in a caravan park in Kambalda
  • His mother was only 14 years old when she gave birth to him
  • She will be extradited and is expected to face Perth Children's & # 39; s Court on Thursday
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A mother was accused of killing her newborn son more than 20 years ago.

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The boy's body is said to have been found in July 1995 in a toilet in a caravan park in Kambalda, in the Goldfields region of Western Australia.

His mother was then only 14 years old.

The police said earlier that it seemed that the boy was born just hours before his death.

A mother was accused of murdering her newborn son more than 20 years ago (stock image)

A mother was accused of murdering her newborn son more than 20 years ago (stock image)

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At the time, the owner of caravan park Paul McGeever told the local newspaper The Kalgoorlie Miner the baby was found in the toilet wrapped in toilet paper and with blood all over the cupboard.

& # 39; People went to the toilets and saw the blood, but they just thought it was the usual thing that happens in public toilets, & # 39; he said at the time.

A post-mortem performed at the time revealed the seven-pound baby choked to death.

The police were also concerned about the welfare of the mother, who, according to them, had lost a lot of blood.

They had no clues, but said they were looking for a woman between 14 and 30 years old. They said they had not excluded women outside of these age groups.

The boy's body is said to have been found in July 1995 in a toilet in a caravan park in Kambalda, in the Goldfields region of Western Australia
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The boy's body is said to have been found in July 1995 in a toilet in a caravan park in Kambalda, in the Goldfields region of Western Australia

The boy's body is said to have been found in July 1995 in a toilet in a caravan park in Kambalda, in the Goldfields region of Western Australia

The baby boy was named Rujil – what & # 39; innocent & # 39; means in Indian – by researchers and received a decent burial, in which more than 50 people in the community participated.

Cold Case Homicide Squad investigators traveled to Victoria to accuse the 38-year-old woman of the historic crime.

She will be extradited and is expected to face Perth Children's & # 39; s Court on Thursday.

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"Considering the age of the woman at the time of the birth of the child, an investigation has been started into the circumstances surrounding the conception of the child", police said in a statement.

& # 39; The investigation is still ongoing. & # 39;

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