Grandmother of Emani Moss sends letter to state of intent to sue - CBS46 News

Grandmother of Emani Moss sends letter to state of intent to sue

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The grandmother of Emani Moss sent a letter to the state informing them of her intent to sue.

Click here to read the letter.

Emani's body was found in a trash can at a Lawrenceville apartment complex earlier in November.

Her father, Eman Moss, and stepmother, Tiffany Moss, are accused of starving the 10-year-old and then trying to conceal her death by burning her body in the trash can.

CBS Atlanta obtained documents showing that the Department of Family and Children Services investigated at least six complaints about the family.

Several cases were closed after DFCS claimed they found no evidence to support the complaints.

Three months before Emani's death, the state got a tip that Emani was being starved, but state officials did not follow up because they said they didn't have a current address for the family.

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