Source: Joe Kemp / New York Daily News
The Georgia twins who brutally beat and stabbed their mother to death said the brawl erupted after the 16-year-old girls woke up late for school.
Jasmiyah and Tasmiyah Whitehead told investigators how an argument with their 34-year-old mother, Jarmecca, turned into a matter of life or death in the kitchen of the family’s Conyers home the morning of Jan. 13, 2010, according to their confession tapes obtained by WXIA-TV.
“My state of mind at the time was defend yourself,” Jasmiyah recalled in the video, which aired Wednesday on the local NBC affiliate.
“It wasn’t like a fight on the street, it was more like a fight until somebody dies.”
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