Testimony continues in Slender Man stabbing trial
WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) – In court Wednesday, Anissa seemingly taking diligent notes and again later, tapping her foot.
For the first few hours, testimony was heard from the police detective that first interviewed the stabbing victim.
The victim told police Anissa was only mean to her when Morgan was around. The girl was interviewed in the hospital and told the detective in detail what happened in the woods where a game of hide and seek turned into a crime scene.
The detective that interviewed Weier for three hours helped paint an in-depth picture of the interrogation when she took the stand.
Testimony from the doctors that diagnosed Weier as Schizotypal is expected to be heard Wednesday afternoon.
Anissa Weier’s trial is expected to last several days.
WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) – The trial of Slender Man stabbing suspect Anissa Weier continues in Waukesha after jurors heard opening statements and first witnesses.
The 15-year-old defendant has pleaded guilty to stabbing a former classmate more than three years ago, but the jury must decide on her mental state at the time.
After the opening statements, the first witness called by the defense was Weier’s father who said “no” when he was asked if he ever though his daughter might need help for mental health issues. He did talk about an incident when she was a 10-year-old and she told him she saw someone looking at her from a closet.
Waukesha Detective Thomas Casey spent most of yesterday afternoon on the witness stand. He had questioned the other suspect in the case, Morgan Geyser and he testified about the evidence collected by the Sheriff’s Office.
The trial is expected to last several days.
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