Surgeon John Keleman says if one stab wound had cut through Payton's artery, "she would have had a major heart attack from the amount of bleeding and probably died."
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These girls where calculative and appeared to be quite intelligent in the way they articulated there reasons for why they did what they did, and they where 12 holy fakkk this is why I don't like pre teens.
Wait her FRIENDS stabbed her? WHYY?!!!!! So let me get this straight she believed in slender man so they took her to the woods and STABBED HER 19 TIMES!! And then what they just walked away for her to DIE ?!
That is just plain wrong....they are not her freinds....because they STABBED HER...what kind of freind would do that?...like and reply if you agree with me....do not always trust your "freinds" because some of them are plain out FAKE .....they could do something like those two idiots if someone trys to hurt you....no matter what if they threat an you or say they'll do something if you call someone......CALL SOMEONE you can TRUST..... so be safe every one and have a WONDERFUL night!!!...... goodnight. ....!
I swear I can't control my anger!!😠😠 GO ROT IN HELL!!! I'm just shocked.
Morgan: Because Anissa and I ran off after hurting Bella!
OH REALLY HURTING! YOU NEARLY FUCKING KILLED HER! I need to take a chill pill right now! No one ain't gonna be your friend. If these girls were my kids I would never look at them again, I would kick them out of my god damn house for real
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