Gruesome details: a 15-year-old killed his little brother with 28 knife wounds

German police launched on Wednesday evening a manhunt on a only 15-year-old girl from the city of Detmold near Bielefeld, after her only three-year-old half bro

Gruesome details: a 15-year-old killed his little brother with 28 knife wounds

German police launched on Wednesday evening a manhunt on a only 15-year-old girl from the city of Detmold near Bielefeld, after her only three-year-old half bro

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
08 November 2019 Friday 09:00
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Gruesome details: a 15-year-old killed his little brother with 28 knife wounds

German police launched on Wednesday evening a manhunt on a only 15-year-old girl from the city of Detmold near Bielefeld, after her only three-year-old half brother were found dead in their shared home.

Since the initial search bore fruit, they had Thursday's brilliant the girl in public with a picture of the supposed minors murderer.

the Search bar quickly fruit, as a citizen, so the girl in the city of Lemgo a piece away, after which she was arrested.

on Friday, the police have indicated further details of the heinous assault, writes the Neue Westfälische.

according to the autopsy, the three-year boy was killed with 28 knife wounds. It is presumed that he was asleep when the girl poked him. A brother and sister, was alone at home, and the 15-year-old stack of subsequent, after which the mother took the three-year death, when she came home from work.

The 15-year-olds, according to police, admitted that she is behind the killing. She has, however, told the police that she does not remember anything about the offence.

According to the prosecution had the girl and his brother lived in a 'difficult family circumstances', and to suppose that the motive for the killing is a deep-seated aversion to olaf hast.

The 15-year-old girl Friday, have been remanded in custody. She will now be transferred to a borstal. She must also undergo a psychiatric examination.

The violent drabssag have met, created great attention in Germany, which also came to expression when prosecutor Christopher Imig Thursday told about the case. Photo: Friedemann Vogel/EPA/Ritzau Scanpix

Updated: 08.11.2019 09:00
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