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Manipulation through social media
bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York
7 June 2016
Stories about posh prep schools seem to be popular. Everyone loves
living vicarious lives with the people shown at these schools. When
they get taken down we also like seeing the rich get their's.
Detectives Goren and Eames catch a case at a prep school of a kind of
misfit kid whose death is ruled a homicide. A couple of days earlier
video of the victim was broadcast on social media of him getting beat
up by a gang of girls. But as it turns out the incidents were separate.
But they are related because the perpetrator is masterminding a whole
lot of what is going on in that school through social media. As Eric
Bogosian points out kids even at the elite schools don't realize the
social media stuff is permanent, something that us old folks like me
never had to deal with.
In fact it all points to a member of a group who think they are the
elite of the elite. Love seeing that crew get taken down.
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