'Social media has been linked to mass shootings across the nation recently – with suspects posting warnings of possible attacks and violence on MySpace and Twitter, that law enforcement officials only discover after the incident.'
“What we’re seeing is isolated cases of troubled people, who did reach out in some capacity,” said Dr. Pamela Rutledge, director of the Media Psychology Research Center.
She says often times, [/bold]mass murderers are looking for their fifteen minutes of fame[bold], but its also tough to pinpoint if one of your cyber friends might actually be dangerous.
OMG!!! People are now posting warnings on Facebook and Twitter instead of leaving notes in their rooms or lockers or cars to be discovered later. Damn that Facebook and Twitter, damn them I say!!! It's turning people into mass murderers!! Jesus Bloody Murphy and Christ On A Crutch.
You can't prove your own words posted in black and white, just quit backpedaling and trying to save face and admit that your posted words are/were wrong.
Just to remind you:
Edited by Bertuzzi Babe, 14 December 2012 - 02:59 PM.