Zinah Jennings convicted

Zinah Jennings
Zinah Jennings

Zinah Jennings, South Carolina mother, found guilty of unlawful conduct in missing toddler case:

23-year-old Zinah Jennings was found guilty of unlawful conduct in the disappearance of her son Amir Jennings. Amir has been missing since November of last year and Zinah Jennings has not divulged where he is.

“Prove to me your child is alive,” police Sgt. Arthur Thomas says.

“I can’t,” Jennings replied.

Jennings was sentenced to the maximum of 10 years.

Jennings gave birth to a daughter during her trial.

She’s received 9 months time served.

So far the only sign of Amir that has been found was some bloodstains on his blanket that was found in Jennings’ car.

Amir Jennings
Amir Jennings

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 888-CRIME-SC

6 thoughts on “Zinah Jennings convicted”

  1. Good. Sadly, like many of you, I don’t believe little Amir is still alive. I hope some new leads turn up now. I also hope she didn’t have a flash of sick brilliance when it came ot disposing of her little boy, and that one day he can be laid to rest properly and her sorry ass sent behind bars for life.

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  2. Thank God that some justice has been served for poor baby Amir. I thank writers here at BB for covering this story when no media outlet or website would. Just looking at her evil face…gives me chills..nothing but pure hate in those eyes. So she gets about 9 years and let’s all pray to whom or whatever that she’s not out in 3-5. Poor baby, may she rot in hell and we won’t forget you, Amir.

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  3. At least it’s 10 more years then Casey Anthony. But 10 years for cold blooded murder of an innocent child? Not even close to being justice served.

    We can only hope that the other baby has a chance at a happy life without this POS and that in jail she gets what’s coming to her.

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