The ATLAS and CMS collaborations at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have performed a wide range of searches for physics beyond the standard model (BSM), during their run 1 at \Unit has been found so far. The scan is analysed and interpreted in this thesis. The mass spectrum in this LFT scenario is found to have very light top and bottom squarks often accompanied by light electro weak sparticles, allowing rather complex decay patterns. Amongst others this results in several interesting SMS topologies, for which no applicable simplified model results are available by now. Those topologies are understood in terms of supersymmetric decay chains. Regions of parameter space, which still remain unchallenged by current SUSY searches at the LHC are provided. Interesting new topologies for future SMS interpretation of data collected by the ATLAS and the CMS collaborations are proposed.