The two girls who killed their classmate Louise (12) in the German municipality of Freudenberg were repeatedly threatened with death. “They themselves have been hunted,” says Josephine Ballon, an expert on online hate. A colleague of the mother of the 13-year-old main suspect does not understand how this happened. “I know her mother as an open person with many friends. She taught her children the right values,” writes the German newspaper Bild.
The exact motives of the crime remain unknown. According to Bild, Louise was recently bullied by two other girls and told adults about it. Earlier, our editors were informed that Louise and her best friend were in love with the same guy, because of which they quarreled for a while. An autopsy shows that the victim was stabbed 32 times in the woods and then bled to death.
Police and judicial authorities are calling for an end to further speculation. “In particular, theories are circulating on social networks that are very far from the results of the study,” it reads.
According to Bild, the main suspect is the youngest child in a mixed family. Her father works in a bank. From the outside it looked like an ordinary family situation.
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The young salesman knew her mainly as a customer. She had never seemed so loud or brash to him. “I also worked in Siegen, a real city. Everything was completely different there, some children showed problematic behavior. But in quiet Freudenberg? No, I never expected such a serious crime.”
“But, of course, you never know what happens behind the walls. Things like TikTok can create a lot of problems. Children live in another world, which parents do not understand at all.”
Due to the witch hunt that ensued, the perpetrators’ social media accounts were deleted. “It’s because it’s such an emotional topic that there’s been a huge wave of hate on the Internet,” Ballon explains. traces. No matter how old the girls are, they’ll always be associated with this crime.”
Source : HLN