Technology has bothe become our greatest friend and our most feared enemy. These 3 teens learned this the ahrd way:
"Three teenagers, whose names appeared on a “kill list” posted on Facebook alongside the names of 66 others, have been killed in the past 10 days in a southwestern Colombian town.
The Colombian police are investigating the case, but are unsure who posted the list, or why it contains these particular names.
According to CNN and local media outlets, two killings happened on August 15 — two days before the the list was posted on Facebook warning the people named that they had three days to leave the town of Puerto Asis. At first the police thought the list was a joke, but then a second list with 31 additional names appeared, and a third person on the list was killed on August 20. Another young man was wounded while escaping the attackers.
This prompted the authorities to launch an investigation and post a reward of 5 million pesos (around $2,750) for information about the kill list and the murders.
Gang violence isn’t uncommon in Puerto Asis; according to the authorities, a criminal gang Los Rastrojos as well as a Marxist guerrilla group called the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia are present in the area. However, the use of Facebook to warn the victims, as well as the unknown origin and the purpose of the mysterious list, all make the case highly unusual." ~ Mashable
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