It was only a year after their unforgivable act that these two American high school students confessed their crime. Frustrated by the poor grade they got, they killed their Spanish teacher. The crime was committed on November 3, 2021 by the two young high school students. On Wednesday November 2, 2022, during their hearing, the two young murderers unpacked everything. Because of the bad grade given to them by their Spanish teacher, Willard Miller and Jeremy Goodale, who were 16 at the time, killed their teacher in Fairfield, Iowa.

Spanish teacher Nohema Graber was beaten to death with a baseball bat, reports The Guardian. According to Iowa prosecutors, quoted by The Guardian, the two teenagers will be tried as adults. On November 3, 2021, the body of Nohema Graber, Miller and Goodale’s Spanish teacher, was found in a park in Fairfield. The body was hidden under a tarp, a wheelbarrow and railway sleepers, as reported in The Guardian article.

They hid the body under a tarp and a wheelbarrow

We learn that Willard Miller had met his teacher at Fairfield High School on the afternoon of November 2, 2021. They met for their bad grades. Graber was seen driving her vehicle to a park where she used to hang out after school. An hour later, the vehicle left the scene with “two men” in the front seat according to witnesses.

Miller confessed in court documents filed before Nov. 2, 2022, to his frustrations with how the grades given by Nohema Graber affect his GPA. The two teenagers, who are now 17, will be tried as adults, Miller on March 20 in Council Bluffs and Goodale on December 5 in Davenport.

After a bad grade, two high school students freak out and commit the unforgivable

Willard Miller and Jeremy Goodale © Facebook

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