Chrisley children get biblical in defense of their parents after prison sentencing
Children of Chrisley Jemima and Terrance Williams, who have been convicted of murdering three of their parents, and who are appealing their death-penalty sentences, appear to have spoken publicly in defense of Williams’s parents rather than in support of Williams, the boy who will be executed for the murders on March 27, 2015.
In a rare show of support for Williams’s parents, Chrisley Jemima children, who were held captive with their parents in the brutal murders, appeared to speak out in their father’s defense.
“Chrisley Jemima, it’s your husband,” said 7-year-old Chrisley Jemima. “He’s trying to help you, and he’s the father to my siblings.”
Children of Williams family speak up after prison sentencing
Children of the Williams family spoke for the first time in open court about their parents’ prison sentences in the slaying of their parents.
“The first thing Terrance told me was I had to leave the house,” 9-year-old Tamir said in court on Wednesday, the day after the sentencing hearing. “It’s very hard for me to explain because I don’t know how, but it was very hard for me because my mom is very strong… and I have to leave the house.”
Tamir said that one day she was at school, and when she went home, she realized that she had accidentally cut herself and had bled; she went into her mother’s bedroom and told her what had happened.
“My mom has always been very strong,” she said. “I remember once, when Tamir and I were playing in the bathroom, I jumped on her because she was strong. She hit me like a truck.”
“She told me that she would get the child that hurt her, and she’d be the one to look after her,” she said of her mother. “So we have to be strong,