I find it very ridiculous (and sad) that the victim’s sister could not get the picture removed from Facebook when she talked to them. They told her that she should block Jennifer if she did not want to see the picture. I believe Kenneth Amyx’s Facebook page has been removed now, which is good. So, they remove nude photos right away, but not murder photos?
My heart goes out to Jennifer’s friends and family.
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