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What Not to Post on Facebook

The obsession of some people with posting absolutely everything about themselves online never ceases to amaze me.  Suzette Laboy and Kelli Kennedy report for AP on a post by Derek Medina of South Miami:

On Thursday, Medina's Web-based persona took a nefarious turn: First he apparently posted a message on his page in which he confessed to killing his 26-year-old wife, Jennifer Alfonso. Moments later, a gruesome photo appeared on the page: a woman wearing black leotards slumped over on the floor with blood on her face and arm, her knees bent and her legs bent back behind her.

Several hours later, Facebook officials had taken down the page and Medina had turned himself in to police. In a police video released late Friday, Medina is shown walking into the police station Thursday at 11:31 a.m. with another man. Medina, wearing jeans and tank top, walks up to the counter, then seconds later sits in a chair to wait.


C'mon Kent, you know it was a false confession.

First rule I tell all my clients: no Facebook, twitter, Match.com, eharmony, craigslist personals etc.... these sites are the easiest discovery tool counsel has

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