‘Slender Man’ Stabbing Verdict: Anissa Weier Found Mentally Ill!

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πŸ“… Published on September 16, 2017

"'Slender Man' Stabbing Verdict: Anissa Weier Found Mentally Ill!"

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Anissa Weier, the Wisconsin girl who lured a classmate off to the woods to be used as a sacrificial lamb to ‘Slender Man’ was found to be mentally ill during that attack.

[ads2] Weier admitted she participated in the heinous crime because she was paying homage to Slender Man, a fictional character made popular by a creepypasta internet meme originated by the user Eric Knudsen.

Weier, a big fan of the supernatural character, became obsessed with it and decided to show her devotion by committing the crime. The stabbing took place in 2014 when she was only 12. Weier and her friend Morgan Geyser, lured their classmate Payton Leutner into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. Leutner was seriously injured and barely survived.

Weier, now 15, pleaded to being a party to attempted second-degree homicide. And after 11 hours of deliberations, the jury came to a verdict on Friday night – Weier was indeed, mentally ill when the attack took place.

Watch the Verdict Below!!!

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