If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: technology will be the downfall of man.
A missing 15-year-old girl who had been seen in a "disgusting" Facebook Live video has been found, and has been reunited with her mother.
Police began searching for the girl, who was located Tuesday.
None of the roughly 40 people who watched the video called police about the attack, investigators said. There are no plausible reasons for any one of those people to not have contacted authorities. Eddie Johnson during a chance encounter outside the Ogden District police station on Monday as she was going in to file a missing person's report. "That's just not right and (we're) working on it and try to bring it to a successful resolution".
These attacks showing up on Facebook Live are nothing new. In January, four people were arrested after a cellphone footage showed them allegedly taunting and beating a mentally disabled man.
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According to Chicago news outlet WGN-TV, the high school freshman went missing on Sunday afternoon after heading out from home to visit a store. He said she told detectives that she knows at least one of her alleged attackers, but it remained unclear how well they knew each other.
It's the second incident in the past three months where an apparent violent crime in Chicago, with multiple assailants, was broadcast live on Facebook as it happened.
The mother of the rape victim literally had to track down Johnson as he was leaving a meeting on the city's West Side, spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. They key should be thrown away for these monsters.
"For you to do something like that and then to post it up on Facebook like it's a joke, it's just awful".