If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: technology will be the downfall of man.
A teenage girl in Chicago whose sexual assault by multiple attackers was broadcast on Facebook has been found by law enforcement, police said on Tuesday. A group of black Chicago residents live streamed their brutal assault of a white mentally handicapped man in January.
Guglielmi said Johnson immediately ordered detectives to investigate and the department asked Facebook to take down the video, which it did. There are no plausible reasons for any one of those people to not have contacted authorities.
Police only learned of the latest alleged attack when the girl's mother approached the head of the police department, Superintendent Eddie Johnson, late Monday afternoon as he was leaving a department station in the Lawndale neighborhood on the city's West Side, department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. "That's just not right and (we're) working on it and try to bring it to a successful resolution".
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This is the second notorious Facebook Live case of violence to hit the Chicago area in the past few months. She is now being interviewed by police.
Elkins said her daughter went out to the store on Sunday afternoon but failed to return home.
A Chicago police spokesman told reporters that detectives began the investigation after they found the girl and reunited her with her family after she was reported missing on Sunday.
When CPD finally does catch whoever streamed such a heinous act, here's a suggestion: I don't care how old they are.
"For you to do something like that and then to post it up on Facebook like it's a joke, it's just bad".