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07-25-12, 05:34 PM #1
Facebook spokesman says that Colorado shooter fan pages don't violate terms of serviceThe stock photo, posted on a Facebook fan page for the accused Colorado shooter, shows two young men in a movie theater turning around to tell the people behind them to be quiet. "If you don't shut up," it says, "we'll James Holmes your a--."
It's not new for Facebook pages to pop up in support of accused killers and other distasteful figures, but a few dozen Holmes fan pages -- including one with more than 800 followers that appeared the day Holmes is accused of opening fire on a theater in Aurora, Colorado, killing 12 people and wounding dozens -- are raising new questions about what constitutes free and appropriate speech in the digital age, especially on Facebook.
07-27-12, 03:00 PM #2
Fine by me. Just another way to track the crazies.
07-28-12, 06:55 AM #3
Unfortunatly you can't force people to be decent, respectful human beings. On the flip side, when they come to jail (which they will), I have a PHD in respect... and I give lessons for free.
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