Source: Doug Stanglin / USA Today
A Utah woman admitted to police that she strangled or suffocated at least six of her newborns, stuffed the bodies into cardboard boxes and hid them in the garage of her home, according to court documents released on Monday.
Megan Huntsman, 39, was arraigned Monday on six charges of murder and ordered held on $6 million bond.
When asked by Judge Steven Hansen what she thought of the size of the bail, Huntsman, speaking via closed circuit TV from the Utah County jail, stared blankly and responded, “That’s fine.”
Huntsman was arrested Sunday after police discovered the remains of the infants at a house in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where she lived until 2011.
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