NewsEngland: Two 14-year-olds found guilty of murder

England: Two 14-year-olds found guilty of murder

There are fatal knife attacks among teenagers in the UK almost every week. Now two 14-year-olds are convicted of the murder of a 13-year-old.

Reading – In England, a court found two 14-year-olds guilty of the murder of a 13-year-old. The teenagers ambushed the boy along with a 14-year-old girl in a park in the city of Reading, the court ruled on Monday.

One of the convicts was 13 years old at the time of the crime. The sentence will be announced at a later date. The two perpetrators face life imprisonment.

The defendants had denied the murder charge. The older of the two boys and the girl had admitted homicide in the process. A judgment on the 14-year-old was still pending.

The two perpetrators therefore had “trouble” with the victim, there was initially no more detailed information on the motive. The girl is said to have described any violence against the 13-year-old, whom she led to the park in early January, as “karma”.

The January 3rd act highlighted the widespread knife violence among youth in Britain. Almost every week there are reports of teenagers being stabbed by other teenagers. Drugs or gang crime often play a role in this. dpa

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