Morgan Geyser was convicted for stabbing a classmate 19 times in 2014. The victim survived.
The doc covers the court case of two 12-year-olds who attempted to murder a classmate in 2014.
In 2014, two 12-year-old girls were alleged to have stabbed a classmate to please an Internet based fictional villain called Slenderman. This week, a Wisconsin state appeals court ruled that these young girls will be tried as adults. Yes, you read that right. Tried as adults.
Similar Cases with Dissimilar Punishments: Differences Between the Slenderman and Laughing Jack Cases
A 12-year-old girl in Indiana allegedly stabbed and killed her stepmother to please Laughing Jack, a fictional character depicted on the CreepyPasta website. This case is eerily similar to the Slenderman case that occurred in Waukesha, WI, during the summer of 2014.
The way we fail to treat children and adults with mental illness in this country is what is really crazy. It's also expensive, not only in financial terms, but also in lives lost, in dreams shattered. Dr. Oz could rebuild his credibility by focusing his attention on this public health crisis, by providing help -- and hope -- to millions.
A Wisconsin judge has ordered juvenile evaluations for the two young girls accused in the 'Slenderman' stabbing.
Like many people who become mental health advocates, I arrived in this role entirely by accident.
Unlike Slenderman, the shadow people have been sighted by a large number of witnesses around the globe, and these sightings have been documented by multiple investigators.
In the past 12 months, Americans have met violent death at the hands of spree killers, haters of law enforcement, disturbed
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