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Stab frenzy girl dodges jail over horror character Slender Man attack on 12-year-old classmate

stab frenzy girl dodges jail over horror character slender man attack on 12-year-old classmate
Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser developed a shared delusional disorder focused on Slender Man and knifed victim 19 times to please the fictional internet creature.
Daily Record

Slender Man case: Anissa Weier found mentally ill

slender man case: anissa weier found mentally ill
The Wisconsin girl was accused of helping stab a classmate to please the horror character in 2014.
BBC News

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News video: 'Slender Man' juror blames parents for tragic stabbing

'Slender Man' juror blames parents for tragic stabbing 03:13

"I wish we could have put the parents on trial," juror says.
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News video: Slenderman Victim`s Family `Disappointed` With Verdict in Anissa Weier Case

Slenderman Victim`s Family `Disappointed` With Verdict in Anissa Weier Case 01:36

The family of the victim in the Slenderman stabbing is disappointed that the jury found Anissa Weier was mentally ill at the time of the attack, they were hoping she would be sentenced to prison.
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News video: Family of Slender Man stabbing victim

Family of Slender Man stabbing victim "disappointed" with Friday's verdict 00:59

The family of Payton Leutner - the victim in what's known as the "Slender Man" stabbing - released a statement stating their disappointment with Friday’s jury's decision in the trail of Anissa..
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News video: Family of Slender Man stabbing victim "disappointed" with Friday's verdict

Family of Slender Man stabbing victim "disappointed" with Friday's verdict 00:59

The family of Payton Leutner - the victim in what's known as the "Slender Man" stabbing - released a statement stating their disappointment with Friday’s jury's decision in the trail of Anissa Weier.
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"Slender Man Attack" Due To Mental Illness 00:43

After a jury determined Friday that she was mentally ill at the time of the attack, a Wisconsin girl who admitted to participating in the stabbing of a classmate to please horror character Slender Man..
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Slender Man case: Girl accused of repeatedly stabbing classmate had a 'broken mind', say lawyers

Anissa Weier suffered mental health issues which meant she couldn't distinguish reality from fantasy, psychologists say
Independent

Jury being selected in Slender Man stabbing case

jury being selected in slender man stabbing case
A jury has been selected to decide the mental competency of, Anissa Weier, a girl accused of stabbing a classmate in 2014 to please a fictional horror character known as Slender Man.
MailOnline

Teenage girl admits stabbing classmate 19 times 'to appease Slender Man'

Anissa Weier says she thought the fictional character would 'come and attack and kill myself, my friends and my family'
Independent

Teen pleads guilty to lesser charge in Slender Man attack

teen pleads guilty to lesser charge in slender man attack
Anissa Weier, 15, pleaded guilty on Monday to a lesser charge over the 2014 stabbing of her classmate Payton Leutner in Milwaukee.
MailOnline

Slender Man stabbing trial: Girl who 'plotted to sacrifice friend' pleads not guilty on mental health grounds

Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier allegedly stabbed a 12-year-old girl 19 times
Independent


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