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The Florida woman was sentenced to 50 years in prison this week for committing the brutal murder of her son in 2018

23-year-old Charisse Stinson has pleaded guilty to the death of 2-year-old son Jordan Belliveau.

Stinson said Jordan went missing on the morning of September 2, 2018.

After a 60-hour search, Jordan’s battered body was found in the woods behind Largo’s sports complex.

Investigators quickly decided that Stinson had made up the story of accepting the journey of a stranger who knocked him down and kidnapped the boy.

Stinson was initially charged with first and second degree murder, but the more serious charges were dropped.

He also pleaded guilty to providing a false report to the police, with a $ 28,000 fine.

Stinson will receive two years of credit for the time he has already served.

Stinson admitted he hit the boy, threw him against the wall and hit him in the head

An autopsy shows that Jordan died from a violent trauma.

In court, Stinson spoke to the judge before delivering the verdict, the WFLA says.

“I want the court to know I’m not the same Charisse as I was when I arrived,” Stinson told the judge. “I have done many things to change and I will continue to change”.

He continued: “I was so angry and bitter for a while before I went to prison. And now I am spiritually free. I am no longer in bondage and it is a gift that God has given me that I want to thank my son for it … . “.

Largo police released an appeal statement on Tuesday.

“This closes the case of the Largo Police Department, which has affected the lives of many residents in our region”, reads. “The verdict was the result of an appeal between Attorney Stinson and the state law firm.”

The Jordanian assassination inspired Florida lawmakers to pass “Jordanian law”. The law went into effect on July 1 and was designed to identify a child’s red flags at an early stage, before their case becomes tragic or fatal.