Notoriously Cruel Child Killers


Perhaps we have often heard of children who are victims of adult murder and hearing this makes us feel sad and very concerned. But how would you feel if those who committed these crimes were children? It could be that you become shocked and can't believe what you're hearing. But that's exactly what happened. This proves that the role of families and teachers in schools is essential for the mental development and personality of our children. It is time for us to be aware of this so as not to happen to our posterity in the future.

What's even more surprising is that these little killers are no less dangerous and violent than adults. With a variety of stories behind their problems, here are the top 10 kids who are the killers in the world



In general, children who become killers are children who tend to have a disturbed childhood. Similarly, Mary Bell had faced suffering at a very young age. His mother was a man who worked in prostitution while his father, although his identity was not clearly known, was also a criminal. It was reported that the mother not only tried to ask her to have sex when Mary was 4 years old, but also committed several criminal attempts on this child as if it looked like an accident.

When Mary was growing up, her mental state was considered to have been quite disturbed. The first time he committed murder was that he strangled a 4-year-old boy moments before his 11th birthday. The second murder he committed with a friend named Norma, killed a 3-year-old boy.



The first offence committed by Kinkel was in 1998 when he was 16 when he was forced out of school for carrying a firearm. After being expelled from school, he suddenly reappeared to his old school. Only, this time he was carrying an assault rifle and opened fire in the school cafeteria. Two students were killed while about 24 others were injured in the incident. Before entering the canteen area he had also fired two shots that wounded two students. In total he fired 50 shots.

When police tried to arrest him, he tried to attack them with a knife he had hidden and said he also intended to kill himself. Luckily no officers were injured in the incident. Most shockingly, when his house was raided, police found his parents had been killed and his house had been fitted with explosives. The mother's own body had been connected to one of the explosive devices in the house.



Two 10-year-old boys who were ditching school abducted a 2-year-old named James Bulger from a mall. The toddler was tortured and then killed by the two children, before his tiny body was thrown in front of the railway tracks with the intention of making his death look like an accident. The only thing that proves that both children are guilty is that it came from CCTV cameras in the mall that showed the two boys coaxing James Bulger away from his mother, just before he was killed.

The acclaimed film Boy A is thought to have been inspired by this event, but the author denies that the story he wrote relates to a true story.


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Young is a child who is obsessed with what effects poison can have on the human body. He idolized assassins like Adolf Hitler and Dr. Hawley Crippen. When he was 14 years old, he began experimenting with poison and his victims were family members and friends. Some of his family members suffer from severe abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea and other diseases. Her stepmother died at her hands as a result of her poison experiments.

He was arrested when his teacher found him doing some strange experiments at school. The teacher also found sketches depicting dying people, some types of poison and writings from and about famous criminals on his desk. When he was sent to prison, he continued to carry out his poison experiments and caused the death of an inmate.



Jesse Pomeroy is arguably the pioneer of the child killer case. In 1874, at the age of 14 he was arrested for murdering a 4-year-old. This is not the first time he has expressed his desire to hurt others. In the last 3 years he has tortured several other children. Torture in question includes sexual torture, murder, mutilation and so on. The boy was sentenced to 40 years in prison.



By the time he was 13, Eric Smith had already killed a 4-year-old boy. He herded his victims towards a woody section of a park. He then strangled the toddler before committing a sexual crime and eventually dropped a rock over his head. Smith was diagnosed with Intermittent Explosive Disorder, where sufferers tend not to be able to resist impulsive impulses from within him to do something as fulfillment of his wishes. His parents argued that the most appropriate place for him was behind bars.



He was 14 when he was arrested. This is because when the mother intends to clean her bedroom, the mother notices something wet under her child's bed. The mother initially thought there was a leak coming from her son's water mattress, but later found a lifeless body hidden at the bottom of the bed and glued in isolation. When she opened the bed she knew the figure as Maddie Clifton, their 8-year-old neighbor's daughter. Maddie has reportedly been missing for a week.



In 1944, George Stinney was accused of murdering two white girls aged 11 and 8. Both bodies were found in muddy puddles in the condition of fractured skulls. It is said that the boy confessed that in fact he only had sex with the two girls one by one, but then ended up killing both of them. However, there is also no physical evidence against this event. He was sentenced to death with an electric chair. He is the youngest person in America to serve an electric chair sentence in the 21st century.

In 2014, he was posthumously found not guilty, 70 years after he was sentenced to death. Some argue he is a victim of racism. The jury at his trial was all white, no black person was allowed into the courtroom, and he was in no way represented by his lawyer or parents during the trial and during the disclosure of what was referred to as his 'confession'. It is said that he was even sentenced to death immediately because he was black.



At the age of 18 in 2004, Blackwell, who lives in an area adjacent to Liverpool, used many credit cards and applied for a loan in his father's name in order to appear as a person of interest. When his parents learned of this, he stabbed both of them to death. He also reportedly hit his parents with a hammer. She then flew with her boyfriend to New York before taking her on holiday to Barbados. When questioned by police, he initially did not admit his actions on the grounds that the incident took place while he was on vacation. But two days later he confessed to his actions, and he was eventually sentenced to prison after being convicted of narcissistic Personality Disorder.



The girl, who considers herself gothic, killed a 9-year-old named Elizabeth Olten when she was 15 in 2009 in a sadistic manner. He has also pranked his two younger brothers with dangerous games and often expressed his desire to kill his two younger brothers. He kills Elizabeth by first beating the girl, then strangles her and ends up slitting her throat. He said that he wanted to kill the girl to find out what it was like to be a murderer.

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