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Parents of Slenderman stabbing accused discuss their daughter's role in the attack - Herald Sun;

Parents of Slenderman stabbing accused discuss their daughter's role in the attack - Herald Sun

Herald SunParents of Slenderman stabbing accused discuss their daughter's role in the attackHerald SunTHE parents of a 15-year-old girl accused of stabbing a friend 19 times in the name of Slenderman — a fictional, blank-faced figure — have spoken about the attack. Bill and Kristi Weier, whose daughter Anissa will be tried along with her friend ...and more »

Parents Of 12-Year-Old Slender Man Stabbing Suspect Speak Out, Say Daughter Shouldn't Be Tried As An Adult [Video] - Morochos.net;

Parents Of 12-Year-Old Slender Man Stabbing Suspect Speak Out, Say Daughter Shouldn't Be Tried As An Adult [Video] - Morochos.net

Morochos.netParents Of 12-Year-Old Slender Man Stabbing Suspect Speak Out, Say Daughter Shouldn't Be Tried As An Adult [Video]Morochos.netAnissa Weier was just 12-years-old when she and a friend allegedly carried out the “Slender Man stabbing;” now her parents are speaking to the media for the first time. The horrific crime took place on May 31, 2014; that's when Weier and her 12-year ...and more »

Parents of teen girl, 15, accused of 'stabbing her best friend in woods' claim she 'wanted to prove fictional ... - The Scottish Sun

Parents of teen girl, 15, accused of 'stabbing her best friend in woods' claim she 'wanted to prove fictional ...The Scottish SunPARENTS of one of two teenage girls accused of trying to murder their best pal in the woods in say the duo wanted to prove to themselves that fictional internet character was real. ON May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls invited a school friend over for ...and more »

Parents of girl charged in 'Slender Man' stabbing speak out - Chicago Tribune;

Parents of girl charged in 'Slender Man' stabbing speak out - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneParents of girl charged in 'Slender Man' stabbing speak outChicago TribuneAnissa Weier is escorted into the courtroom for a hearing at Waukesha County Circuit Court, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016, in Waukesha, Wis. Weier and Morgan Geyser are accused of trying to kill their classmate as a sacrifice to horror character Slender Man.and more »

Slender Man stabbing victim thriving, family says - WISN Milwaukee;

Slender Man stabbing victim thriving, family says - WISN Milwaukee

WISN MilwaukeeSlender Man stabbing victim thriving, family saysWISN MilwaukeeA girl who barely survived being attacked by two friends is now thriving, taking AP classes in school and has joined her French club on a class trip to Canada, a family spokesman said Monday. Advertisement ...and more »

Parents of 'Slenderman' stabber speak out for first time - AOL News;

Parents of 'Slenderman' stabber speak out for first time - AOL News

AOL NewsParents of 'Slenderman' stabber speak out for first timeAOL NewsThe parents of one of two teenaged girls who allegedly attempted to murder their best friend in 2014 have spoken out for the first time since the incident. Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser were just 12 years old when they were arrested after police say ...and more »

Parents of 'Slender Man' Suspect on the 'Surreal' Case - Newser;

Parents of 'Slender Man' Suspect on the 'Surreal' Case - Newser

NewserParents of 'Slender Man' Suspect on the 'Surreal' CaseNewser(Newser) – Anissa Weier, now 15, is one of the two girls accused of stabbing a friend 19 times in a 2014 attack that, the girls said, was an attempt to get in the good graces of "Slender Man," a fictional internet character. Her parents say that while ...and more »

'Surreal': Suspect's parents in Slender Man case express their initial shock - Fox News;

'Surreal': Suspect's parents in Slender Man case express their initial shock - Fox News

Fox News'Surreal': Suspect's parents in Slender Man case express their initial shockFox NewsThe parents of one of two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls charged with attempted murder over an attack to impress the fictional Internet character Slender Man said Monday their daughter's situation was "surreal" -- and they did not think her case belonged ...and more »

Parents of the Teen Accused in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st Time - KSTP.com;

Parents of the Teen Accused in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st Time - KSTP.com

KSTP.comParents of the Teen Accused in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st TimeKSTP.comABC aired an exclusive interview with the parents of Anissa Weier, one of the 12-year-old Wisconsin girls who allegedly stabbed a classmate 19 times to impress an internet character known as "Slender Man." Weier and Morgan Geyser are charged with ...and more »

Beware The Slenderman Review - Den of Geek US;

Beware The Slenderman Review - Den of Geek US

Den of Geek USBeware The Slenderman ReviewDen of Geek USOn May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls stabbed a classmate after seeing the viral boogy man Slenderman in their dreams. The world was baffled at how a known fictional creation could have such an impact on the real world. Director Irene Taylor Brodsky ...and more »

Slender Man attacker's parents don't want daughter tried as adult - New York Daily News;

Slender Man attacker's parents don't want daughter tried as adult - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsSlender Man attacker's parents don't want daughter tried as adultNew York Daily NewsThe parents of one of the accused "Slender Man" attackers say they were stunned that their daughter allegedly helped to lure a classmate into the woods and stab her 19 times in order to appease a fictional internet character. "It was really kind of ...and more »

Slenderman: Parents Of Stabbing Suspect Speak Out About The Victim - Comicbook.com

Slenderman: Parents Of Stabbing Suspect Speak Out About The VictimComicbook.comThe parents of one of the Slenderman stabbing suspects have spoken out regarding the horrific crime their daughter committed. Bill and Kristi Weier, Anissa's parents, explained that they think about the victim, Payton Leutner, every single day. Over ...and more »

Film Review: Beware the Slenderman - Consequence of Sound (blog);

Film Review: Beware the Slenderman - Consequence of Sound (blog)

Consequence of Sound (blog)Film Review: Beware the SlendermanConsequence of Sound (blog)The following review was originally published as part of our coverage of the 2016 SXSW Film Festival. In 2014, two 12-year-old girls attacked one of their best friends. They stabbed her 19 times – non-fatally, believe it or not – and set off to meet ...and more »

Parents of 'Slender Man stabber' Anissa Weier speak out - Daily Mail;

Parents of 'Slender Man stabber' Anissa Weier speak out - Daily Mail

Daily MailParents of 'Slender Man stabber' Anissa Weier speak outDaily MailThe parents of one of two teenage girls accused of stabbing their best friend in the woods in an homage to the fictional internet character Slenderman have spoken publicly of the violent act for the first time. Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser are facing ...and more »

Parents Defend Daughter Accused in 'Slender Man' Stabbing as Trial Approaches - myCentralOregon.com;

Parents Defend Daughter Accused in 'Slender Man' Stabbing as Trial Approaches - myCentralOregon.com

myCentralOregon.comParents Defend Daughter Accused in 'Slender Man' Stabbing as Trial ApproachesmyCentralOregon.comABC News(NEW YORK) — The parents of Anissa Weier, one of two 12-year-old girls who allegedly stabbed another girl 19 times in an effort to impress fictional internet character “Slender Man,” said Monday they were as shocked by the 2014 attack as ...and more »

Parents of Accused Teen Stabber in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st Time - ABC News;

Parents of Accused Teen Stabber in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st Time - ABC News

ABC NewsParents of Accused Teen Stabber in 'Slender Man' Case Speak Out for the 1st TimeABC NewsThe parents of Anissa Weier, one of two 12-year-old girls who allegedly stabbed another girl 19 times in an effort to impress fictional internet character “Slender Man,” said today they were as shocked by the 2014 attack as everyone else. "It was ...and more »