Man convicted in 2006 killing of young Brooklyn girl

at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

BROOKLYN - General Lee Waiters was convicted on all charges Tuesday for the 2006 killing of a young girl, Tajmere Clark, and the shooting of her grandmother.

Waiters shot four people, killing Clark, the morning after a party. Clark?s grandmother remains in a coma.

While Waiters faces a possible lifetime behind bars, he showed no emotion in court.

"I want to thank them because they did so much,? said the victim?s mother, Natasha Clark. ?They knew he was guilty so they did what they had to do." While pleased with the verdict, the mother of the deceased is still grieving.

?It?s not going to bring my daughter back and it?s not going to make my mother better right now,? said Clark.

Waiters' sentencing is scheduled for June 2 - at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

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