"Wait, wait, this never happened," said Saltmarshall, 22. "Wait, wait a minute.
"Can I call my mom, can I please call my mom."
"I'm losing two babies however you look at it, it looks like he's a bad person," said Aisha Saltmarshall. "That's still my baby."
Aisha claimed after that, she called every Wayne County agency telling them Janiyah was not safe. And then on Thursday her worst fears became reality.
In court Monday, police told what Saltmarshall said to them the night of the incident.
"During the interview, Saltmarshall denied any responsibility in touching and damage to the anus."
Aisha says the system failed little Janiyah, and her son will have to pay for his crimes. But she feels more people are responsible for the death of the baby.
Grandmother of 8-month-old raped and killed allegedly by dad says system failed Taryn Asher APR 24 2017Tweet