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  • A Preteen Fatally Beat His 2-Year-Old Brother on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#7) A Preteen Fatally Beat His 2-Year-Old Brother

    Cristian Fernandez was only 12 when he threw his brother into a bookshelf approximately a dozen times near St. Augustine, Florida, causing lethal injuries. Prosecutors initially claimed the act was premeditated, and they intended to charge him accordingly, as an adult. Allegedly, Fernandez habitually hit his brother.

    Two years after his arrest, Fernandez pled guilty to second-degree manslaughter, and the county convicted him as a juvenile. But before his plea agreement, he was the youngest person in Florida history to be charged as an adult. Even though he escaped a life sentence, the ruling required him to serve nine years in juvenile detention with supervised parole. Duval County released Fernandez in January 2018.
     

  • 6-Year-Old Carl Mahan Shot An 8-Year-Old Girl In An Argument on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#8) 6-Year-Old Carl Mahan Shot An 8-Year-Old Girl In An Argument

    In 1929 - a few months before the stock market crash that started the Great Depression - 6-year-old Carl Mahan had a fight with 8-year-old Cecil Van Hoose over a piece of scrap metal that he wanted to sell to a junk dealer. She hit Mahan in the face with the scrap metal, and he fatally shot her in retaliation.

    Johnson County charged the boy with manslaughter. Although juvenile cases are not typically tried with a jury, it took only 30 minutes of deliberation to find Mahan guilty. The courts sentenced him to 15 years, which he spent in the Greendale Reformatory until released at age 21. 

  • Derek and Alex King Fatally Beat Their Dad With A Baseball Bat And Set Their Home On Fire on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#14) Derek and Alex King Fatally Beat Their Dad With A Baseball Bat And Set Their Home On Fire

    On November 26, 2001, Derek King, 13, at the behest of his brother Alex King, 12, waited until their father was asleep before sneaking into his room and bashing him on the head 10 times with an aluminum baseball bat. As a coverup, the boys lit their house on fire.

    Escambia County police observed Terry King’s body and determined his passing was not an accident. In their hearing, the boys admitted that they committed the offense because they didn't want to get punished for running away, even though he had never physically threatened them. Other reports allege the boys were coerced into a pedophilic relationship with their dad's friend Rick Chavis and wanted to get rid of their father so that they could move in with the now-convicted child molester. Florida courts sentenced Derek to eight years in prison and Alex to seven in a juvenile detention center.
     

  • Anissa Weier And Morgan Geyser Impaled A Classmate 19 Times To Impress A Fictional Demon  on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#1) Anissa Weier And Morgan Geyser Impaled A Classmate 19 Times To Impress A Fictional Demon 

    In 2014, Wisconsin 12-year-olds Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser lured their classmate Payton Leutner into the woods where they stabbed her 19 times. The girls claimed they did it to please the fictional Creepypasta boogeyman “Slender Man” and save their families from his wrath. Leutner miraculously survived after crawling to the sidewalk, where a cyclist spotted her. 

    Courts tried both Weier and Geyser as adults and charged them with attempted first-degree intentional homicide. Geyser pleaded guilty to the charge in October 2017 but claimed she was not criminally responsible because of her mental state. During her sentencing, doctors reported she heard voices from someone named "Maggie." She received a 40-year sentence in a psychiatric institution.

    Weier pleaded guilty in August 2017 - but to second-degree attempted intentional homicide. Prosecutors claimed she too was mentally ill and not criminally responsible, so she received a sentence of 25 years in a psychiatric institution.

  • Austin Brumley And Seth Dorris Beat A Man For Telling Them To 'Slow Down' on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#15) Austin Brumley And Seth Dorris Beat A Man For Telling Them To 'Slow Down'

    Austin Brumley and Seth Dorris were just 16 when they fatally beat a man outside of his Texas home. The teens and some friends were joyriding on November 7, 2009, when 28-year-old Jonathan Bird came out of his house and told them to "slow down." Angered, Brumley threatened to shoot Bird with an AK-47. Then, Brumley and Dorris punched and kicked Bird. Brumley grabbed a hammer out his truck and hit Bird in the back and head.

    In 2012, the courts tried the teens as adults. Brumley received a 24-year sentence, while Dorris received a 20-year sentence.

  • Curtis And Catherine Jones Fatally Shot Their Father's Girlfriend on Random Kids Whose Crimes Were So Brutal

    (#4) Curtis And Catherine Jones Fatally Shot Their Father's Girlfriend

    On January 1999, Curtis and Catherine Jones were 12 and 13 years old, respectively, when they took their father's gun and fatally shot his 29-year-old girlfriend, Sonya Speights. Those close to the siblings originally alleged they did it out of jealousy. However, reports from Florida’s Department of Children and Families uncovered that a different male relative who was living in the Cocoa Beach household sexually assaulted the children. Allegedly, neither their father nor Speights did anything about the allegations, so the siblings conspired to eliminate the relative who was harming them, their father, and Speights.

    Both of the siblings pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, were tried as adults, and received 18 years in prison with life-long probation. Even after the trial, Catherine Jones maintained she regretted hurting someone but had to get away. In 2015, they were released from prison.
     

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