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A doctor has ruled that Anissa E. Weier, one of the 12-year-old suspects charged in the near fatal stabbing of her Waukesha classmate in May, is competent to proceed.
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Yes, I live for Halloween and go to many haunted houses throughout the month.
I'll maybe go to one. I can handle being scared but only to an extent.
No. I'm not a Halloween fan and prefer to keep the lights on.
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