5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

Our life is closely connected with social networks. Almost all have at least one social network account, and at least one smart mobile device with a camera, as a means of recording all the memorable moments in their lives with constant access to cyberspace. "Share" is the slogan with which we live our lives. After all, this is how we call our new ability to send our banal thoughts, banal photos and banal non-informative opinions to the world wide web for all to see.
As the line between our private and public life becomes more and more blurred, and the connection between anonymity and lack of responsibility becomes more and more obvious, rather strange notes about insane human deeds begin to come across.Kindness is now not in trend, but our most vile and vile deeds have become much more interesting to readers of the world wide web. Often the most unpleasant and terrible incidents get more feedback, in the form of likes and comments, than something positive and kind. Now even a psychopath or a murderer can pull out his smartphone right at the time of the murder and quickly change status or even post a tweet or upload a photo to a social network.
It all resembles some silly story from the yellow tabloid rag of the late 20th century, but it does not look like what we expected from the advanced 21st century, from which many were waiting for a qualitative technological leap, but not the degradation of the human personality, which is becoming more and more obvious.
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5. Derek Medina.


Florida resident Derek Medina was an avid Facebook user, often published photos of where he and his 26-year-old wife seemed very passionate and happy. As indicated in his profile, he worked as an actor in one TV show, although he appeared there only twice and was just one of the actors from the crowd.He wanted the front pages in newspapers and magazines, dreamed of fame, and he did it, but not through his acting skills.
In December 2013, Derek Medina was accused of the premeditated murder of his wife Jennifer Alonso. It was in August of that year, when Medina wrote a strange post on Facebook, in which he told his friends that they would soon see him on the news. During the investigation, Medina’s lawyer claimed that there was some form of synthetic ecstasy in the dietary supplement that he used, which changed his behavior and caused him to shoot his wife at close range and thereby kill her. But this option is not a ride and he went to prison.
4. Bart Heller.

Once on Saturday in early December 2011, Bart Heller’s status on Facebook was changed, it contained a message that made all his friends on the popular social network chill out.
It was like an ominous message from the grave:
"Somebody call 911. Three corpses at 3229 Lima Road, Fort Wayne Indiana. I killed Ryan, Erin and myself. The people were warned. They destroyed me. They did not listen. I wish you good luck."
Many thought it was just a bad joke, but one virtual friend, Nancy Lopez, took the strange message seriously and got in touch with the Fort Wayne police.The police went to the address indicated by Heller and found that the terrible warning was true. They found three bodies: Ryan Tipton, Erin Jel and Bart Heller.
It was said that Heller and Jel had a romance, and that Heller, who was jealous of his girlfriend to Tipton, and killed them in a fit of anger, and after updating the status on Facebook, he killed himself.
3. Dan Van Huyen.

In April 2013, the 28-year-old Vietnamese Dan Van Huyen posted the following message on his Facebook page:
"Killing someone I love the most, I kill myself"
Van Huyen, who has been in a relationship with his 24-year-old girlfriend for 6 years, reportedly got angry when she tried to break off their relationship. Police reports say he attacked her and killed her with a machete. The next day, Van Huyen voluntarily surrendered to the authorities in Ho Chi Minh City.
2. Narrato.

This alleged murder, which was admitted through a meme, was blown up by Reddit in April 2013. “Meme” is usually trite or funny thoughts, but an anonymous user, known only under the pseudonym Narrato, claimed that he killed his sister’s friend high dose injections.
A day later, the resource received thousands of comments on this article.And when users started collecting information about Narrato, they found out that he was 24 years old and he was from British Columbia. As the veil of anonymity went down, the user quickly deleted his account, as well as any associated social media accounts.
Journalist Joel Shearer went to Facebook's sister, he sought her out by researching publicly available information posted on Reddit before it was deleted. An anonymous user’s sister called a meme as a hoax, saying that her brother was an avid gamer and that he lives in another country. Whether this crime was actually committed is still a mystery ...
1. David Calac

The new murder "what happened online" happened quite recently, in early November 2014.
On Tuesday, November 4, a huge number of creepy photos appeared on the 4chan Internet forum. This resource is known for all its dubious content, but even the users of 4chan, who saw everything, shocked the photos of the dead, apparently strangled, women of about 30 years and the comment of the alleged killer.
"It turns out that strangling someone is much harder than it is shown in the films."
4chan users who are not particularly fond of bad jokes doubted the veracity of the story. However, when the killer's message was questioned, the user who posted the images advised readers"Check out the news on Port Orchard Washington in the last few hours".
At about 3:30 pm on the same day, the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office staff found the 30-year-old mother of four children, Amber Coplin, strangled. Her killer, the man who posted images of her body on 4chan, was identified as David Calac. He started running after sending sms to his friends and posting messages on a popular forum, but the police arrested him on the evening of 5 November. Calac's 13-year-old son claimed to have heard his father and the late Coplin quarrel on the night before the murder.
So live a real life. Only her story will remember. And your virtual life is remembered only by the server on which it is located.
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    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks

    5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks 5 of the most terrible confessions published by the killers on social networks