From the ‘we-can’t-make-this-stuff-up’ department
Sometimes, visiting the top stories on NewsOK can make it pretty difficult to believe our world is a good place.
And the social media and pop culture world, which I’m happy to be a part of, is often the backdrop for bad stuff in the world. See from these recent stories on NewsOK.
First, we have the story about the former youth minister in Lexington (a person still active in the church) who is accused of posing as an 18-year-old woman on Facebook in an effort lure boys to send him nude photographs on themselves.
The wife told the FBI she recognized many of “Terri Smith’s” Facebook friends as individuals from the church she and her husband attend. She said she recognized others as individuals from summer church youth camps they had attended.
That marriage is likely to not end well.
Second, we have the wire story of a Florida teen accused of killing his parents and then having a party that was advertised on Facebook.
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