@uwishtooAll you have to do is Google her name with -missing and you
should be able to see the accounts. They're not secret, and they
link to other unsavory sites.If I could find them that easy, why
didn't the parents suspect anything?
How could the parent say with any certainty that there were many fake profiles?
A private investigator would never have been able to find all of that out within
less than a week. they would have had to have gotten court orders to have
Facebook open up their records for them. The parents probably were able to get
into her account with an auto saved password and delete most of her friends. I
have to agree with someone else here though, when I first saw he picture of the
"girl" I thought she was at least in her 20's. Maybe the parents
should have done a better job of making their little girl BE a little girl.
Even in looking at the remaining friends there are young girls dressed scantily
and posed provocatively, one unwed mother that I saw, one gal in her late
20's with a skirt that looks more like it should be a belt. And the duck
face pictures? PLEASE! This girl left and ran away period, The parents should
be sent a bill for the law enforcement hours as well.
.Your child, named after a marijuana variety, has 1550 Facebook friends?
Really?That must have been an alternate page, because the public one
(changed within the last 12 hours) has only 17 friends ... and her status is
"married".When I first saw the pictures of this girl, I thought it
was a 35-year-old woman; certainly, there were some pictures that were
non-poted, non-sexy, just "normal"?I don't know what a
parent can do, when their child has already grown up too fast. The genie is
out of the bottle.
1,550 Facebook "friends"? Someone needs to be a bit more discriminating
about linking her page with people. It sounds like she's searching for
popularity by connecting with anyone and everyone. I would suspect that, in
reality, she has no idea of who at least 1,500 of them really are.
I am going to go out on a limb and assume that no 16 year old really has 1500
friends. Parents, you have every right to check on your child's social
media accounts. This girl is lucky she did not end up dead or a prisoner like
Castro did to those 3 girls.
There has been no crime and the police are chasing ghosts with illegally
obtained infromation. A minor cannot be lured into anything, the laws say they
have right of choice and independence and the police have no case or cause to
charge anyone with a crime. Internet romances are a teens way of life and if
parents can't be charged with a crime neither can any other person.How does anyone prove age on the social websites. The police would have
to make it a crime for anyone to use the internet to create a crime or criminal
activity against the law.The police are blowing smoke and wasting
tax dollars on ghost crimes.