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Photos| 3 Kids Who Were Sentenced To Life Imprisonment For Murder, Check Out How It Happened


There are so many strange things to see and experience around the world. Children are incredibly gorgeous and beautiful in their own right. Some children, on the other hand, are extremely hazardous and are involved in a variety of illegal activities in the community.

An examination of the cases of three (3) youngsters who were condemned to life imprisonment will be presented in this article. Please keep in mind that some of these children have grown up and are now adults.

1. Joshua Phillips

After stabbing his neighbor's 8-year-old daughter in the neck, Joshua Phillips hid her body under his bed. He was later apprehended. His mother discovered the body eight days after it was discovered.

According to reports, Joshua Phillips was 14 years old at the time of the crime, for which he was sentenced to life in jail.

2. Eric Smith

According to accounts, Eric Smith was condemned to life imprisonment many years ago and is still serving his term. A rock struck a 4-year-old boy in the head, killing him. Eric Smith was only 13 at the time.

In the aftermath of many interviews with Eric, he claimed that several senior students at his school were constantly intimidating him. As a result, he murdered the child because he was disappointed and angered.

3. Lionel Tate

Lionel Tate was one of the prisoners who was sentenced to life in jail when he was just 13 years old.

According to legend, when Lionel Tate was 13 years old, he was responsible for the death of his neighbor's six-year-old daughter. Lionel Tate was practicing boxing when he accidentally killed the young lady.

I hope that all parents will learn from this story and be wary of their children's activities. Know the kind of friends they keep, ask them their problems to avoid losing a beautiful at an early age.

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