If anyone doesn't care about other forums, that's fine. I find this forum refreshing because it doesn't focus on the race of accused assailants (at least in the threads I've read) and felt contrasting it with a forum where people are hyper-vigilant about the race of assailants - when they aren't white - was worth mentioning.
Obviously, we don't all enjoy every comment on these boards.
The article clearly stated the motive for the attempted murder was about some sort of "fictional" character being real or not and that's why the girl was stabbed...
Basically the two would be murderers had a difficult time telling the difference between TV and reality.
Last edited by Mr.Nick; 06-03-14 at 07:04 PM.
pretty sure most people are not for this kind of behavior and a vast majority of 12 year old girls don't kill their friends
so what has society done that's so bad?
a) Proof? Evidence? Check these stats out: Murder Offenders by Age, Sex, and Race, 2010 and Murder Offenders by Age, Sex, and Race, 2011 and Homicide Trends in the United States, 1980-2008
b) I'd be baffled too if I believed in things that don't exist.
c) Opinion....highly subjective.
The Unthinkable — Children Who Kill and What Motivates Them -- The Crime Library — The Unthinkable — Crime Library
Jesse Pomeroy was fourteen when he was arrested in 1874 for the sadistic murder of a four-year-old boy. He was quickly dubbed "The Boston Boy Fiend." His rampage had begun three years earlier with the sexual torture of seven other boys. For those crimes Pomeroy was sentenced to reform school, but then he was released early. Not long afterward he mutilated and killed a 10-year-old girl who came into his mother's store. A month later, he snatched four-year-old Horace Mullen. He took Horace to a swamp outside town and slashed him so savagely with a knife that he nearly decapitated the child.Mary Flora Bell wanted to "hurt" someone. She was an angry child, the product of an unsettled home in which chronic abuse was the norm. She had a friend, Nora Bell, and they often did things together. When Mary was eleven, she and Nora lured a boy to the top of an air raid shelter. When he fell and was injured, it was thought to be an accident. Two weeks later, the corpse of four-year-old Martin Brown was found, another assumed accident. Then police discovered notes that indicated that someone was taking responsibility---two people, in fact, who called themselves "Fanny and Faggot." Then Mary showed up at Martin's home so she could "see him in his coffin." Two months passed and another local toddler, three-year-old Brian Howe, turned up missing. When Mary suggested that he might be playing on a certain pile of concrete, searchers looked where she indicated and found his body. He'd been strangled and his legs and stomach had been cut with a razor and scissors. The medical examiner believed it to be the handiwork of a child.
Mary and Norma were brought in; Mary made up a story but Norma described watching Mary kill the boy. They went to trial in 1968 in England, where Mary was convicted of two counts of manslaughter. People called her "evil" and a "bad seed," in part because she seemed so indifferent to the proceedings against her. A court psychiatrist said that she was manipulative and dangerous.
This one really hit home for me...seeing as I recently moved to Waukesha. This happened LESS THAN 3 BLOCKS FROM MY HOME!
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