The 59-year-old was arrested and charged with felony murder last month. Investigators believe a two-year-old child died in the custody of the former foster mom. Saharah Weatherspoon was in Edwards' care when she was hospitalized on December 29th. Life support systems were removed on New Year's day and Weatherspoon died. Records obtained by Newschannel 9 from the Georgia's Department of Family and Children's Services show the child suffered bruises and cerebral bleeding.
Following her bond hearing in June, the state's attorneys said they are not allowed to comment on the case due to a gag order.
However David Wolfe, the attorney representing Weatherspoon's estate, said, "Our investigation has revealed a pattern of conduct that I think clearly demonstrates what happened resulting in Saharah's death. I would just hate to imagine what those kids went through during the time that they were in that home."
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