Aug 26, 2015

Facebook and Twitter accounts of suspect taken down - ITV News

The Facebook and Twitter accounts believed to belong to the Virginia shootings suspect have been taken down after footage appearing to show the killings was posted online. Videos posted on social media by Bryce Williams, another name Vester Lee Flanagan II is said to have gone by, shows a first-hand view of the shooting. A tweet from the Bryce Williams account, which was set up two weeks ago...

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