Saturday, December 5, 2015

Tyaisa Jackson, 13-Year-Old Murderess – Georgia, 2012

“She stabbed her seven times,” said DeKalb County Assistant District Attorney Darius Pattillo. “The child suffered. The victim weighed 29 pounds and she fought for her life.”

On November, 19, 2012 13-year-old Tyaisa Jackson was watching her 3-year-old sister Sasha and two other young siblings when she called her parents to report Sasha was missing. Tyaisa’s pretense continued as a participant in the search of the grounds around her home.

Tyasia had stabbed the 2-year-old with a kitchen knife leaving her dead, with injuries to her heart, her lung her liver and stomach. She tossed her baby sister’s corpse over a balcony.

Sasha’s father, Shelton Ray told a reporter for Atlanta’s Channel 2 News that his stepdaughter confessed to him in a phone call from jail. The little victim had angered her big sister by talking about the 13-year-old getting caught in the act of sexual intercourse. For that offense the lisping toddler was to pay for her life.
December 30, 2013, the teenage killer pleaded guilty to manslaughter. She was sentenced “to 12 years to serve 8 years in custody.”

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