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Sugar Cookie

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Tiffany Moss was sentenced to death Tuesday morning after a jury found her guilty in the 2013 murder of her 10-year-old stepdaughter, Emani Moss.

The sentencing phase of the capital murder trial began immediately after the guilty verdicts were read Monday afternoon.

In their sentencing recommendation, the jury called the death of Emani Moss "outrageously or wantonly vile, horrible, or inhuman in that it involved the depravity of the mind of the defendant."

Before she was sentenced, Tiffany Moss offered no statement, saying only "No, sir" when Chief Superior Court Judge George Hutchinson asked her if she had anything she would like to say.

Hutchinson sentenced Moss to death, setting the date of execution to be between June 7 and June 14.

Prosecutors charged the mother of her own two children and her husband, Eman Moss, of starving Emani to death, then dousing her body with an accelerant and setting it on fire outside of their Gwinnett County apartment in 2013.

A prosecutor brought at least three jurors to tears in closing arguments Monday morning by saying “Emani Moss lived with the evils of this world.”
 

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Sugar Cookie

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Moss represented herself at trial and mounted no defense. She made no opening statement or closing argument and called no witnesses, saying she hoped that God would see her through the case.

Asked by the judge if she wanted to say anything to the jury before sentencing, to explain her life or circumstances, Moss only replied 'No'.

Late Monday, hours into sentencing deliberations, jurors asked Gwinnett Superior Court Judge George Hutchinson if they could go home to 'sleep on' the sentencing decision after reaching an impasse.

The jury of six men and six women agreed to the death sentence after resuming deliberations at 9am on Tuesday.

Hutchinson polled the jurors individually to assure that their decision was unanimous.

Moss is now the only woman on Georgia's death row, and would become the third to be executed in the state's history when the sentence is carried out.
 

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Ripley

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Her stepmother, Tiffany... is representing herself at trial in Georgia and thinks that 'God' will get her through the case, offering up no other defense.

God came through, Tiffany, he’s calling you home!
 

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