She didn’t present an opening statement. She refused to cross-examine any witnesses. She gave no defense and no closing argument. Unsurprisingly, Tiffany Moss has... Tiffany Moss convicted of starving stepdaughter to death

She didn’t present an opening statement. She refused to cross-examine any witnesses. She gave no defense and no closing argument. Unsurprisingly, Tiffany Moss has been convicted of starving her 10-year-old stepdaughter, Emani Moss, to death. After less than three hours of deliberation on Monday, a Gwinnett County jury found Moss guilty on all six of the charges against her.

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