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Slender Man stabbing case: Wisconsin teenager determines mentally ill by jury

According to the claim, she was mentally sick at the time of stab attack and she was not responsible for stabbing her classmate. 

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A 15-year-old Wisconsin teenager pleaded guilty to stabbed her classmate in order to please a fictional horror character — Slender Man. She found guilty to attempted the second-degree intentional homicide.

Prosecutors charged Anissa Weier with second-degree intentional homicide but she will avoid jail after she pronounced mentally ill by the jury, jury determined it on Friday. According to the claim, she was mentally sick at the time of stab attack and she was not responsible for stabbing her classmate.

Slender Man stabbing case: Wisconsin teenager determines mentally ill by jury

According to the plea agreement, she has to spend ten years in jail if she judged normal and if she judged mentally ill then she has to spend at least three years in a mental hospital.

Three years back in 2014, Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyer tried to attack classmate Payton Leutner, they were into the woods in a Waukesha park in Milwaukee suburb. They lured Leutner into the woods where Weier urged Geyer to stab Leutner, Geyer mercilessly and repeatedly stabbed Leutner, she stabbed her total nineteen times, according to the investigation.

A bicyclist was passing through the park and found Leutner into the woods, she was badly injured and there was blood all over. She was badly injured at the time but she was alive. At the time of the incident, all three girls were 12-year-old.

Both girls involved in stab attack told detectives that they did it in order to protect their families from the supernatural devil who depicted as resembling unnaturally tall and thin man with a featureless and black face, who wears a black suit only. Weier and Geyer felt like they had to kill classmate Leutner.

Weier’s lawyer Maura McMahon said, “Life is better for children when adults around them are in communication with each other.”

Leutner’s family did not say anything and left the courtroom, no statement out from their side.

“It comes down to did she have to or did she want to?” Deputy District Attorney Ted Szczupakiewicz said. “It wasn’t kill or be killed. It was a choice and she needs to be held criminally responsible,” the Fox News reported.

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