‘Murder plan’ drawn up by girl accused of killing trans teen Brianna Ghey that says ‘I say code word to Boy Y. He stabs her in the back as I stab her in the stomach’

A handwritten note outlining a plan to kill Brianna Gay was shown to jurors today.

The note was written by the teenage girl accused of her murder and included the accused Boy Y. In addition to the “plan”, a search of the 15-year-old girl’s home revealed notes she had made about serial killers, which were categorized and categorized. the court heard some cases that listed how many victims they killed.

The jury was told there was also a diagram of a spider with the words “good” and “evil” in the middle.

The 16-year-old is accused along with the boy, who were both 15 when Brianna was killed at Culcheth Linear Park near Warrington, Cheshire, on February 11.

The couple, referred to as “Girl X” and “Boy Y” because of their age, are said to have been fascinated by torture, violence and death.

Both deny killing Brianna, who was transgender, and blame each other.

A note with the title “Saturday, February 11, 2023.  Victim: Brianna Gay

A note with the title “Saturday, February 11, 2023. Victim: Brianna Gay” was found alongside notes about serial killers including Jeffrey Dahmer, Richard Ramirez and Harold Shipman.

Jurors were told Brianna's blood was found on boy Y's trainers and black ski jacket, as well as on a hunting knife found in his bedroom at his home.

Jurors were told Brianna’s blood was found on boy Y’s trainers and black ski jacket, as well as on a hunting knife found in his bedroom at his home.

A crumpled note with the heading “Saturday, February 11, 2023. Victim: Brianna Gay” was found in the 15-year-old girl’s bedroom following her arrest after “timid” Brianna was found dead from 28 stab wounds, a jury was told.

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“Clearly, as the prosecution alleges, this is a plan to kill Brianna Gay,” Deanna Heer told jurors in opening the prosecution’s case last week.

Yesterday the jury was told the note was found on her bedroom floor as a list of agreed facts was read out at the end of the prosecution’s case.

The note is written in blue ink on lined paper, marked with a small heart, and titled “Saturday, February 11, 2023. The victim is Brianna Gay.”

The word “plan” was written at the bottom and underlined.

It said: “Meet (Boy Y) at the wooden posts at 1:00 p.m. Go down to the library, bus stop.

“Wait until Brianna gets off the bus, and then the three of us will head to Linear Park. Go to the pipe/tunnel area.

“I say the code word to (boy Y). He stabs her in the back and I stab her in the stomach.

‘(Boy Y) drags the body to this place. We both fill the place with logs, etc.”

Notes on serial killers such as Jeffrey Dahmer, Richard Ramirez and Harold Shipman were also found in Pucca’s black notebook when police searched Girl X’s home, a jury at Manchester Crown Court was told.

The handwritten notes also contained words such as forgiveness, justice, suffering, punishment, sin and free will.

A diagram of a spider was drawn with the words “good” and “evil” in the middle.

There was also a list of “rights and wrongs” and below that there were columns headed “Christian” and one headed “Sikh”.

Describing the contents of the notebook, junior prosecutor Cheryl Mottram said: “We have serial killer types.”

She said they were listed under the headings “organized, disorganized, organized and disorganized, crime spree, mass murderers, psychopathic sexual sadists, jailers, psychotics, organized crime and wannabes.”

She said there were entries about John Wayne Gacy, the “Killer Clown,” that included the reference: “Serial killer, 33 victims, rape victims.”

Another handwritten note was found in a black handbag in the bedroom alcove.

It was entitled: “Friday November 11th Attitude Toward Forgiveness.”

Ms Mottram said there were two names on it, including Gee Walker, the mother of murdered teenager Anthony Walker, who was killed in a racist attack in Liverpool in 2005.

The note said that she “forgives the murderer of her son Anthony.”

Brianna suffered permanent injuries to her head, neck, chest, back and sides as a result of the “sustained and brutal attack.”

Brianna suffered permanent injuries to her head, neck, chest, back and sides as a result of the “sustained and brutal attack.”

Another was Julie Nicholson, who, the note said, “could not forgive the terrorists who killed her daughter Jenny,” who died in the 7/7 London Underground bombings.

She said there were three handwritten notes on the floor.

One listed a number of facts about serial killers and their characteristics, including “hedonistic,” “mutilation,” “sexually predatory behavior,” and “can be outwardly charming.”

There was also a second plan detailing the alleged murder.

It was written there: “Give her alcohol, sleeping pills, cut her throat – I’ll kill her.”

“Dismember the body and put the pieces in garbage bags, bury the bags seven feet underground.

“Send her to Linear Park (where Brianna was found dead). Someone jumps out and holds her, and then I kill her.”

Earlier, Boy Y’s lawyer accused the bloodstain expert of “trying to fit a theory into the evidence.”

Forensic pathologist Jane Rowley examined the site where Brianna was found fatally wounded after being stabbed 28 times.

She told jurors Wednesday that blood stains found on a ski jacket belonging to Boy Y could be explained by him wearing it while in close proximity to a source of “airborne” blood from Brianna.

Traces of her blood were also found on a hunting knife, believed to be the murder weapon, found during a search of his home, as well as on sneakers he was wearing.

Yesterday she was cross-examined by Richard Littler QC, who suggested it was possible that the knife was not the murder weapon and Brianna’s blood got on it “some other way”.

Ms Rowley said other tissue on the blade also suggested the knife was used to wound Brianna.

The scientist was asked why only two drops of Boy Y’s coach’s blood were tested for Brianna’s DNA.

“It is not always possible to view every exhibit due to financial restrictions,” she replied.

She acknowledged that the blood stains on the sneakers, which were not tested, could have belonged to Boy Y or someone else.

Brianna on her last bus ride to Culcheth before she was found stabbed to death in Linear Park.

Brianna on her last bus ride to Culcheth before she was found stabbed to death in Linear Park.

Mr Littler speculated that blood found on the front of Boy Y’s left sneaker could have been due to him standing next to Brianna’s body – the teenager told police he had gone to urinate and returned to find that Girl X had stabbed her stabbed “at least three times.”

Boy Y states that he then leaned over to check on Brianna.

Ms Rowley said: “Assuming Boy Y approached Brianna in the position she was in in the body footage, I don’t see any way to suggest that her blood would have dripped onto the toe of the shoe.”

Mr Littler said Boy Y claimed he walked up to Brianna’s body and put his hands on her.

Ms Rowley accepted that blood may have gotten from his hands onto his jacket.

Mr Littler also asked whether “wet blood” could have gotten from the knife onto his jacket if he had put it under his clothes.

“Yes, that’s true too,” she replied.

Mr Littler suggested the expert was trying to match a theory others had put in her head with the evidence.

She replied: “I don’t agree.

“My interpretation was based on scientific discoveries and not on any statements made by other people.”

A second bloodstain expert called by Boy Y’s defense said she disagreed with some of Ms Rowley’s findings.

Joan Millington highlighted the fact that Ms Rowley was not allowed to go to the crime scene for two days after the stabbing.

Calling the delay “extremely unfortunate”, she added: “The golden rule is that the evidence be verified as quickly as possible.”

Ms Millington said she did not agree that blood stains on one of Boy Y’s trainers indicated he had come into “strong contact” with a stain of Brianna’s wet blood.

She said she concluded that the blood stains on Boy Y and his clothing could not help determine whether he was the assailant or simply someone who knelt over Brianna’s body after she was attacked.

“Blood stains could have appeared in both cases,” she added.

Girl X, now 16, from Warrington, and boy Y, also 16, from Leigh, Greater Manchester, deny murder and accuse each other of using the hunting knife used to inflict the fatal wounds.

The trial continues.