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Teen pleads guilty to murdering friend, sentenced to life in prison (”with mercy”)

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'A West Virginia teenager who confessed to stabbing her best friend to death stood silently in court as she was sentenced to life in prison, refusing to apologize to the family she tore apart.

Sheila Eddy, 18, pleaded guilty to luring her classmate and one-time best friend Skylar Neese into the woods and stabbing her to death on Friday, but declined to say anything else to those inside the Morgantown courthouse, including the victim's father, David Neese.

The grief-stricken father said it was "unacceptable" that Eddy refused to address the court or say she was sorry for the July 2012 murder.
Skylar's aunt, Carol Michaud, also addressed the court, calling Eddy "evil," the Observer-Reporter said. "She came and acted as if she knew nothing… She stayed with us and comforted us and swore she had no idea what was going on," Michaud said, according to the paper.

Judge Russell Clawges sentenced Eddy to "life with mercy" for pleading guilty to first-degree murder, meaning Eddy will be eligible for parole after serving 15 years behind bars, and the orange jumpsuit-clad Eddy — wearing glasses and her hair in a ponytail — was escorted out of the courtroom by two court guards.
Eddy and Neese had been friends since grade school, Monongalia County Prosecutor Marcia Ashdown told the court on Friday, but in the weeks preceding the murder, Eddy and Shoaf kept their distance from the unwitting victim.

The prosecutor said that after a countdown, the two girls stabbed Neese with kitchen knives and "stood over her until her last breath," then failed to bury their friend — instead covering her with branches — and left her.'

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