Tasmiyah and Jasmiyah Whitehead, twin sisters, killed their mother at the ripe old age of 15 in January of 2010. Their story is that they came home from school and found her bludgeoned and stabbed to death.
Their moms friends and some family members immediately suspected the girls and they were arrested and charged with the murder a months later.
Apparently they had lived with their 80 year old grandmother for a while who was unable to handle two teen girls. They ran wild for more than a year when their grandmother finally called the police and reported them for stealing $200 from her. Once they were returned to their mothers home and were held responsible for their actions trouble began.
I will be very interested to see how this plays out.
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I write to, for and about female criminals. I write about the ones I believe are innocent, the liars and even the killers. Most of them are on death row or serving life without parole. They provide artwork, essays and poems to this blog and I provide them with books, magazines, correspondence classes, help for their families and personal hygiene items.