Baby killer Ineta Dzinguviene agrees to extradition to Lithuania
A woman jailed for murdering her newborn son in Scotland has agreed to return to Lithuania to face allegations that she killed her baby daughter.
Ineta Dzinguviene killed the baby boy using plastic food wrapping on the day he was born in Fraserburgh.
The baby, later named Paulius Dzingus, was found in a bag in April 2010.
Extradition had been contested on the basis that she has a mental illness for which she could not get adequate treatment in Lithuania.
However, Edinburgh Sheriff Court heard that assurances had been received that she could receive treatment.
Dzinguviene will now be flown to Lithuania in the next few days.
The 26-year-old was jailed for a minimum of 15 years at the High Court in Glasgow last June.
Passing sentence, judge John Beckett QC told Dzinguviene she would serve at least 15 years for the "wicked" murder of a "defenceless and extremely vulnerable" child.
She had been found guilty following a trial at the High Court in Livingston.
BBC Scotland later revealed that the Lithuanian authorities had sent a European arrest warrant to Scotland in connection with the death of a baby girl in Lithuania.