A Georgian step mother was found guilty of the crime of starving and burning her stepdaughter in a trash can.
Tiffany Moss a Georgian step mother was found guilty of all counts including murder, cruelty to children and trying to conceal the death of a 10-year-old Emani Moss by burning her body .
She has been sentenced to death by lethal injection in the US state of Georgia for starving her stepdaughter to death.
During the trial, the court was told how the burned body of the girl was found in a bin outside an apartment complex in Lawrenceville .
Her father Eman Moss, who was convicted for his role in the death in 2015 and is serving a life sentence, called police in the immediate aftermath to say he was suicidal and that there was a dead body with him.
In court testimony for Tiffany Moss’s trial, jurors were told that the girl had been denied food and was likely to have starved to death over two weeks. Tiffany weighed just about 30 pounds when her body was found.
Tiffany Moss was convicted Monday in the 2013 death of her stepdaughter, Emani Moss.
Moss, 36, showed no reaction when the death sentence was handed down Tuesday, local media inside the courtroom reported.