Sick actions of schoolgirls after they 'stabbed 12-year-old classmate to death' revealed | The Sun

TWO schoolgirls who admitted stabbing their classmate to death chillingly filmed a TikTok video of them dancing the next day, it is alleged.

The victim – named only as Luise under Germany's strict privacy laws – was knifed more than 30 times after being lured into woodland near the small town of Freudenberg.

Luise, 12, was reported missing last Saturday afternoon when she did not return home after visiting one of the suspects.

The girl reportedly called Luise's parents and span them a web of lies, saying their daughter was on her way home at around 5.30pm and asking them to let her know when she had arrived.

She allegedly called the slain schoolgirl's phone several times because she was "worried" – despite leaving Luise to die in the snowy woods.

The following day, the suspects – aged 12 and 13 – are claimed to have filmed a sick clip of them dancing for TikTok.

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They admitted to murder after cops discovered Luise's body on Sunday – but won't face prosecution.

Luise had been dumped near a cycling path in the wooded area close to her home in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Police said she had been wounded more than 30 times with a small knife and died from blood loss.

The two girls "made statements about the matter and in the end admitted the crime," Florian Locker, head of Koblenz police's homicide department, said.

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They were both known to Luise and reportedly attended the same school as her – with the 13-year-old said to be in the same class.

The killers are said to have sought "revenge" after Luise informed the school she had been bullied by the duo for months, according to German newspaper Bild.

But there are also claims Luise may have been killed over a fight over a boy, reports the Mail.

In a shocking twist, the two suspects have been taken into the custody of a youth welfare office instead of being hauled into a cell.

The age of criminal responsibility in Germany is 14, putting the two girls who stand charged under the age limit.

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