Mentally unstable woman condemned to prison for beheading 3 month old baby

The accused, Deasia Watkins, revealed before the court's verdict that she loves her baby despite murdering it.

Deasia Watkins

The accused who is resided in Ohio, United States and considered mentally unstable pleaded guilty to the crime following her arraignment at the Hamilton County Court.

According to a report by the WLWT TV, Watkins committed the gruesome murder of Jayniah Watkins in March 2015.

“Watkins stabbed her daughter at least 15 times with a large kitchen knife before severing her head.

“She then placed the knife in her daughter’s hand to make believe the baby did it.

“Watkins stabbed her daughter at least 15 times with a large kitchen knife before severing her head.

“She then placed the knife in her daughter’s hand to make believe the baby did it,"David Prem, a Hamilton County Assistant Prosecutor mentioned in a court statement.

Despite the nasty occurrence, the accused still maintained that she loved her daughter regardless of the public opinion about her.

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