Fifth-graders murder trial progresses in Colville, Washington. In the trial, two fifth graders are accused of planning the murder of another classmate. According to a report from late Friday (March 29), a judge has finally ruled on the competency aspect of the case. Both the 10-year-old and 11-year-old suspects have been ruled capable of appearing in the trial and that they were aware of the consequences of their actions.
The names of the juveniles have not been released, but what they are accused of is pretty heinous. The 11-year-old has admitted to a plan to attack and kill a girl with a knife while the 10-year-old was to use a gun in their possession to keep everyone away. A third student was offered $80 to keep the whole plan a secret, but he decided to alert authorities rather than go along with it. That was when the plot unraveled and the gun, a full clip, and a knife were discovered.
In this fifth-graders murder trial, the two kids were interviewed and allegedly showed no remorse for the plans that had been made. The 10-year-old was asked, “Did it bother you, you were going to kill that girl?” His simple response was, “No.” As for why they were targeting this particular girl, the only reason given in the case was that she has been, “rude.”
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