What is missing here? (In The News)

by Mike, Saturday, February 17, 2018, 10:52 (219 days ago)

There was a post made on social media by a Nikolas Cruz that he was "going to be a professional school shooter." People reported this posting. The F.B.I looked into it and they found it was not possible to conclude that he actually was the person who posted it. End result a mass killing.

But, the F.B.I. can indict 13 Russian nationals with a number of charges related to the election.
"The indictment alleges that the named individuals were involved in illegal use of social media platforms all in an effort to encourage political division and promote the campaign of Donald Trump."

So one post is fake and the other rock solid proof. Will that affect any murder case where a person was convicted of a crime over a posting done on social media? If an imposter did the Nikolas Cruz posting, then the same can be said for other murders posted on social media?

What is missing here?

by Wheels, Saturday, February 17, 2018, 12:46 (219 days ago) @ Mike

About a week or two ago, a person in Oconto County court was found guilty of posing as another person and making fake media posts about different person. So, how is it our local law enforcement can figure this out and the FBI can't??????????

Mike and Wheels, follow this one:

by Thirsty @, Sunday, February 18, 2018, 20:13 (217 days ago) @ Wheels


George lives 1,000 miles from here. I can not tell you here where they got their info, but I have to give them credit.

T V, Dateline, and 20/20 are there right now! n/t

by Thirsty @, Monday, February 19, 2018, 14:11 (217 days ago) @ Thirsty


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