posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 12:37 AM
I found it very odd that the police were the ones to inform her that this was even happening. Don't you guys? And at 4 am?
Do you understand even minutely the world you're living in and who runs it?
Lots of girls flash online, its like a cultural milestone or some horrible dysfunctional in crowd thing, and boys seem to expect it as a casual thing.
But when it became an issue was talking to someone else online who told her how beautiful she was.
Do you not think online pictures and information is not monitored from the internet providers on up?
Adults are the ones behind this abuse of teenage girls. The kids in each of her schools were informed by this other group that was trying to
The police showed up at 4 am. Most odd, no one would do that.
Its not normal procedure. Think they may have been behind the group of adults? They remain on my suspect list, lots of crooked cops.
I'll never forget the cop who drove the guy across the street around the block, who was selling narcotics to middle school children in droves each
day. Then he said, he worked for the cop now.
This girl is a victim of a massive campaign to destroy her, for nothing, for kid stuff, at a young age. One that many of them get peer pressured
The issues involve. Privacy. No one should be able to pursue others and have access to private information without being someone certified and of
high credentials such as a liscensed Private Investigator.