Children are considered as the most innocent, kind-hearted and pure souls. They are sometimes called Angels. But what if these angels turn into devils?
Its is horrifying to see children being engaged in murders, rapes and other crimes.
Here is a list of 11 youngest murderers of all time that planned their murder with perfection and killed many innocent people.
Carl was just six when he killed his friend Cecil Van Hoose, 8, because of a fight over piece of scrap iron on May 18, 1929. He was sentenced to 15 years in reform school. But later, no action was taken against him and he was allowed to stay with his parents. Carl died at an early age of 35.
Jon Venables And Robert Thompson planned the most notorious murders in British history. A 3-year-old boy named James Bulger was waiting for his mother near the butcher shop in a shopping mall. The duo kidnapped James and assaulted him physically. They dumped James's body on the railway track and covered in with stones. The victim's body was discovered two days later after being hit by a train.
Jordan Brown walked into his father's room and shot his father's pregnant fiance and her unborn son with a hunting rifle while she was sleeping in the room. Brown was arrested and charges of killing an adult was put on him but his father stood by him, as he believed that his son is innocent.
Mary Bell killed two younger boys, 4 year old Martin Brown and 3 year old Brian Howe. Bell dumped Martin Brown's body in an abandoned house. Two weeks later, she and her 13-year-old friend Norma Bell killed Brian Howe and carved letter M into his stomach with scissors and disposed of his body on waste ground. The girls were convicted of manslaughter but Norma was acquitted. Mary was considered as psychotic and was sent to government care. She was released from custody 12 years later, and given life-long anonymity.
Paul Henry Gingerich murdered his friend Phillip Danner's stepfather when he was just 12. The pair and their mutual friend Chase Williams were planning to run away to Arizona together. Lundy knew that his stepfather would never let him go, so Lundy planned to kill his stepfather. Lundy convinced Gingerich to follow through with their plan and was made to kill his step father. Paul was later sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Eric Smith was 13 years old when he murdered 4-year-old Derrick Robie. Eric tempted Robie into an isolated park and choked him. Smith soon confessed about the murder and was sentenced to nine years in prison.
Joshua Philips killed his neighbour girl and he hide her body under his bed. After seven days of killing her mother discovered the girl's body under his bed. He said that he had accidentally hit the girl in the eye with a baseball and when she started screaming, he panicked and started hitting her with the bat. He was convicted of first-degree murder.
Daniel Bartlam was just 14 years old when he killed his mother, Jacqueline Bartlamr by hitting her seven times with a claw hammer. Daniel set his mother's body on fire before ringing the police and reporting that a burglar had killed her. Detectives soon noticed inconsistencies in Daniel's claims and searched his computer, where they recovered a deleted file which detailed his murder plans in the form of a story. Bartlam's passion for violent films and video games was found to be one of the reasons behind this murder. The 14 year old was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Tate is the youngest person ever sentenced to life in prison without any possibility of parole. He is accused of brutally beating a 6 year old girl named Tiffany Eunick in 1999.
Andrew Wurst was responsible for a shooting at Parker Middle School in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, United States, which had left one teacher dead, and three others wounded. He was arrested by the police on the same day and was sentenced to a 60 year prison.
George Stinney was charged with the murder of two white girls, Betty June Binnicker, 11 and Mary Emma Thames, 7. He was seen talking with these two girls a day before the murder. On December 2014, over 70 years after his execution, Stinney was obliged.