Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Two 12-Year-Old Girls Charged as Adults for Brutally Stabbing Classmate 19 Times

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Two 12-year-old girls have been charged with attempted homicide and will be tried as adults, after allegedly stabbing their classmate 19 times all over the body. The victim, another twelve year old, is in stable condition in the hospital though some of the stab wounds hit vital organs. The three girls all went to the same school, and were friends, the victim called one of her attackers, her best friend. *shivers*


The police chief in the area where this happened is now pleading with parents to know what their children are doing and reading online, and I couldn't agree more.

“Both suspects had a fascination with a fictitious character that often posted to a website that is a collection of small stories about death and horror. Parents should not be allowing their children to have unrestricted or unmonitored internet usage –whether it be on their computer on their smart phone on their PlayStation. All of those accesses to the outside world,” Chief Jack said.

It is unfortunate that where news like this suggest we should be limiting children's access to the internet for their own protection, Facebook today revealed plans to get children younger than 14 onto the social network. Parents please be extra vigilant.

The full report from Fox6;

The criminal complaint in the case says on Saturday, May 31st, a citizen called Waukesha police to report a stabbing — after locating a girl on the sidewalk in the area of Rivera Drive and Big Bend Road.
The girl told the man: “Help me, I’ve been stabbed.”
The man called 911 and tried to apply pressure to her wounds — and stayed until the Fire Department arrived.

When officials spoke with the stabbing victim, she told them she was stabbed in the woods by her best friend, Morgan Geyser.
The victim suffered 19 stab wounds — and was rushed into surgery at the hospital.
Doctors at the hospital reported she was “lucky to be alive”.
“One suspect held the victim down while the other suspect stabbed her 19 times in the arms, legs and torso. Many of the stab wounds struck major organs. But, incredibly and thankfully, the victim survived this brutal assault,” Chief Jack said.
Police then spoke with Weier — who spoke about a website called “CreepyPasta.”

Weier explained this was a website that talked about horror stories — and people can create their own stories.
It is on this website that Weier told police she learned about “Slenderman” — the leader of CreepyPasta. Just below Slenderman is the killer. Just below the killer is the proxy. In order to be a proxy, Weier explained, you have to kill someone — to show your dedication to Slenderman.

Weier told police many people do not believe Slenderman is real — and she said she wanted to prove the skeptics wrong.
Weier introduced Morgan Geyser to the CreepyPasta website

In December of 2013 or January of 2014, Geyser told Weier — “We should become proxies of Slender.” Weier told police she said: “Okay, how do we do that?”
That’s when Weier told police Geyser said they needed to kill the victim in this case to prove themselves worthy to Slender

In February, the girls decided they would kill the victim in this case on May 30th.
The girls were able to learn that “Slender” lives in a mansion in the Nicolet National Park — and the girls planned to kill the victim — and then walk to Slender’s mansion and become one of his proxies.

On May 30th after school, Weier and Geyser packed up some items, and then Weier, Geyser, the victim and Geyser’s father went to Skateland until about 9:30 p.m.
The girls went to sleep in Geyser’s room — and there was apparently a plan to kill the victim when she was sleeping — around 2:00 a.m.
However, the plan apparently changed.

The next morning, May 31st, the girls decided to go to Davids Park – and Weier told police Geyser grabbed a knife from the house before they went to the park.

The girls took the victim into a bathroom at the park — and Geyser handed Weier the knife.

Weier told Geyser she “couldn’t do it” — and handed the knife back to Geyser, who then apparently had a nervous breakdown and Weier had to calm her down.

Later, the girls began to walk outside in the park — and that’s when Weier suggested they kill the victim in the woods.

The girls decided to play hide-and-seek in the woods near Big Bend Road, south of Rivera Drive — and that game led to the stabbing.

Initially, Weier sat on the victim — restraining her, so that Geyser could stab her — but Weier worried that the victim’s yelling would attract attention, and she got off of the victim.

Geyser tackled the victim and started stabbing her — and eventually, the victim tried walking toward the street — but the girls tried directing her away from the street.

The girls left the scene and walked to Walmart on S. West Avenue.
“The suspects left the area on foot. The victim was able to crawl out of the woods onto the roadway near the end of Big Bend Road,” Chief Jack said.

Police spoke with Geyser. She was asked who stabbed the victim, and Geyser said “both of us.”

Geyser told police she thinks Weier stabbed the victim first — and then Weier put the knife in her hand, and she stabbed the victim.

Geyser told police Weier was very prepared to go with the plan to kill the victim — but Geyser told police she herself found many flaws in the plan. Geyser also told police Weier had many plans — and it was hard to keep track of all of them.

When asked why they did what they did, Geyser told police they had to, or he would kill their family. When asked who “he” was, Geyser said she did not know him.

Neither of the girls felt much remorse over what happened when speaking with police.

Geyser reportedly told police: “It was weird that I didn’t feel remorse” — and Weier said: “The bad part of me wanted her to die. The good part of me wanted her to live.”

The knife was recovered after the girls were taken into custody. It was apparently in a purse that was sitting between the two girls.

Weier’s father reported a knife missing from his residence.

The victim in this case remains in stable condition with multiple stab wounds.









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