After the death of twelve-year-old Luise from Freudenberg, the authorities made sure that the pages of the two suspected girls can no longer be found on social networks. "Social media channels known to us were closed by order of the public prosecutor's office," said a spokesman for the Siegen-Wittgenstein police on Friday. The "Siegener Zeitung" had previously reported.
The police spokesman referred to the personal rights of the two girls aged 12 and 13. In social networks, there had been numerous speculations on the profiles of partly anonymous users, as well as threats and hatred against the suspects. According to the police, it is constantly being checked whether anything criminally relevant is being posted.
The two girls had confessed to having stabbed Luise to death on March 11 in a wooded area on the border of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. With reference to the privacy protection of the victim and the underage suspected perpetrators, the investigators are very reluctant to provide information about the crime.