Saturday, December 5, 2015

“Mundelein Girl,” 14-Year-Old Murderess – Illinois, 2014

Because she “felt” her sister “didn’t appreciate her,” is the reason that, on January 21, 2014, an unnamed 14-year-old grabbed a kitchen knife and murdered Dora Betancourt, her 11-year-old half sister, stabbing the child viciously, leaving her a blood-soaked corpse riddled with 39 puncture wounds. Such is the absurd pathological mindset that we see in the age of institutionalized self-esteem indoctrination that a statement like that could make sense to the speaker. The crime took place in Mundelein, Illinois.

It was a clearly premeditated murder. The perpetrator woke up early in preparation for the planned execution.

On March 4, 2015 the 14-year-old murderess pleaded guilty and was sentenced to six years in prison.

[Robert St. Estephe, based on facts reported in: “Illinois teen sentenced to 6 years for killing little sister because she felt unappreciated, Daily News (New York, N. Y.),  March 4, 2015]

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