Morgan Geyser received the maximum commitment term for stabbing a girl in 2014. She and a friend later said they were trying to appease Slender Man, a fictional character.
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Anissa Weier, 16, pleaded guilty to stabbing a girl 19 times. She and a friend later said they was trying to appease Slender Man, a fictional character.
As part of deal with prosecutors, the girl will avoid jail and instead be committed to a state psychiatric hospital.
Anissa Weier pleaded guilty last month for her role in the 2014 stabbing. Jurors will determine whether mental illness makes her legally responsible for the crime.
Anissa Weier pleaded guilty to a lesser charge for her role in the 2014 stabbing that was intended to appease the internet meme Slender Man.
"She lifts up her jacket and shows me the handle of a knife."
Anissa Weier, along with Morgan Geyser, is accused of trying to kill a classmate in 2014 in an attempt to please the horror character Slender Man.
The girls were 12 years old when they allegedly stabbed their friend 19 times as a way to appease the internet meme.
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The girls, who were 12 when they allegedly stabbed their friend 19 times, will be tried as adults.
If convicted, both girls — who were each 12 at the time of the attack — face up to 65 years in prison.
Morgan Geyser's attorney said Tuesday she still believes fictional characters are real. Geyser and Anissa Weier are accused of plotting to kill a classmate to please the fictional Slender Man character.
After spending the summer recovering from being stabbed 19 times, survivor Payton Leutner has returned to middle school.
Police said Lily Marie Hartwell tried to burn her house down Thursday morning while her mother and sister slept inside.
Preteens Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier were arrested after trying to kill a classmate to appease a fictional internet meme.
The girl behind the attack is currently in a juvenile detention center.
Trying to make sense of the almost-fatal stabbing in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
They were charged as adults with attempted first-degree intentional homicide. This post has been updated and now includes names and photos of the alleged attackers.