The murder of twelve-year-old Luise in Germany is now moving the whole world. Theories about possible motives for the actions of the two schoolgirls are also piling up on social media (12 and 13). At the same time, a shocking TikTok video of one of the two suspected schoolgirls, which she herself posted the day after the crime, is circulating online. She dances and fools around carefree in front of the camera as if nothing had happened.
The video’s comments section was reportedly flooded with messages, with one user writing, “I can’t believe she’s posting a dance video the day after the murder.” The account has now been blocked, but there are numerous videos that continue to spread the 13-year-old’s dance video. Asked for help in the video In addition, the two girls are said to have asked for help in another video on Saturday to find Luise after she “Missing since 5 p.m.” At the time, they probably knew exactly where the schoolgirl’s body was after they stabbed the 12-year-old. did not have the accounts blocked immediately, so that the videos and comments would not be distributed further. In the meantime, however, the lock has been initiated. Killed with 30 stitches Luise’s body was found in a pool of blood in a wooded area near the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Freudenberg on Sunday after being injured more than 30 times with knives. The two schoolgirls confessed, a few days after Luisa was found dead, that they had stabbed the girl to death on March 11 in a wooded area on the border of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. Police declined to comment on possible motives. If the two girls who confessed are confirmed as perpetrators, “then we will not make any statements about the course of the crime or motives”. There is also currently no evidence that anyone other than the two girls were involved.