We had the opportunity to talk and listen to Tatiana Lima’s deep and compelling story that gave us all a new found appreciation on life. According to the AJC.com,
First her baby was killed. Then she was accused of murder. But on Monday, Tatiana Lima says, the truth finally came out.
“When she finally said, ‘I don’t find any evidence,’ I just wanted to collapse,” said Lima, a 27-year-old community activist.
Instead of sending the case to the jury, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kimberly Esmond Adams, a former prosecutor, directed a verdict for acquittal Monday. The exceptionally rare order signaled Adams did not believe the District Attorney’s Office had proven its case.
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