Facebook FAIL Friday #141

Know what your kids are doing on Facebook with PC Pandora computer monitoring software

This is a fail on so many levels… but none of them are actually on the hands of the inmates…

May 3, 2013
Tennessee inmates post Facebook photos of themselves partying with drugs and junk food inside their jail cells
By Carol Kuruvilla, New York Daily News

Life behind bars looks like one big party for these jailbirds. And they’re not afraid to flaunt it.

More than 100 Tennessee inmates reportedly have access to the Internet, where they’re posting Facebook photos and videos of themselves surrounded by drugs, cash and piles of junk food.

“Between me and you, this s— ain’t half bad,” one inmate said in a video.

Tennessee’s Department of Corrections combed through 14 state prisons after the images were discovered on social media by WSMV. Along with marijuana and a 7-inch ice pick, authorities found a total of 53 cell phones — a luxury that is banned in the state’s prison system. [READ FULL STORY]

Not a smart thing to do in today’s climate.

May 3, 2013
Massachusetts teen charged with making ‘terror’ threats mentioning Boston Marathon on Facebook
By Philip Caulfield, New York Daily News

A Massachusetts high schooler is facing federal terror charges for posting to Facebook rap lyrics mentioning the Boston Marathon bombing and the White House.

Cameron D’Ambrosio, 18, of Methune, was picked up by feds at around 1:40 p.m. Tuesday after a friend saw the lyrics and called the principal of Methuen High School, who called police, the Valley Patriot newspaper reported.

“Ya’ll want me to…kill somebody?” the lyrics said, according to the Boston Globe.

“A Boston bombing wait till you see the [expletive] I do. I’m a be famous rapping, and beat every murder charge that comes across me!” the message said. [READ FULL STORY]

This story is one of a kind. A lady harassed herself through Facebook under the guise of her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend, in an attempt to get him in trouble with the cops. Now she faces criminal charges…

May 04, 2013
Facebook frame-up: Woman stalks herself, blames it on ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend
By Heidi Fenton, The Grand Rapids Press

KENT COUNTY, MI — A Comstock Park woman faces criminal charges after police say she admitted to creating false Facebook accounts with her ex-boyfriend’s personal information to make it appear that his new girlfriend was threatening her.

Cheryl Nelson, 52, is charged with false report of a felony and unlawful posting of a message.

Nelson, over the course of a year between November 2011 and last October, made at least eight criminal complaints to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department, saying she had been the victim of stalking, harassment, assault and home invasion.

On Aug. 12, 2012, Kent County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Russo handled a complaint in which Nelson alleged that her ex-boyfriend, Kevin Haarsma, and his girlfriend had left several threatening letters taped onto the front of her home, according to a probable cause affidavit for Nelson’s arrest. [READ FULL STORY]

…Over a Facebook post, folks. A FACEBOOK POST.

May 9, 0213
Orlando Llorente, Miami Plastic Surgeon, Tortured Girlfriend Over Facebook Post: Cops
Huffington Post

MIAMI — Authorities say a plastic surgeon in Miami attacked his girlfriend for several hours over a Facebook posting, forcing her head into a toilet and stuffing a rag in the woman’s mouth at one point.

Police say 41-year-old Orlando Llorente was charged Wednesday with kidnapping, attempted murder and other charges. He was being held Thursday without bail in the Miami-Dade County jail.

Llorente grabbed the 36-year-old woman by the hair on April 21, took her into the bathroom and stuck her head in the toilet, said Miami police spokeswoman Kenia Reyes. She said he also forced her into the bathtub, stuffed a rag in her mouth and poured water over her face.

Police didn’t say what was in the Facebook posting that prompted the attack, which authorities said lasted some 16 hours. The woman was let go after promising Llorente she wouldn’t tell anyone what happened. [READ FULL STORY]


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