Ugh, I hate getting into Facebook arguments. I might as well just slam my head into a wall. A person I went to high school with was recently arrested as a suspect in a triple homocide. I am unsure of when the murders took place (no more than 2-3 days ago) but he was arrested last night. Obviously, lots of people from my highschool are commenting about it on FB and just saying awful things, he should die, I can't believe we were friends with him, I hope he never sees the light of day, etc. You get the idea. I wrote that we don't have all the facts/ we shouldn't demonize him/the story is still developing/ innocent until proven gulity/ etc. Man, I guess I shouldn't have dared to say such a thing! These were my responses:

"Whole story or not, if he killed them for any reason on any type of drug he doesn't deserve to see the light of day"

"He was meth'd out and stole the victims car, thats fact! He demonized himself....killing the people is just alleged, I get that but...all signs point to yes. Can't help but use my criminal justice education to already fine him guilty. It's a classic case of robbery gone wrong...I guess we will see though."

I tried not to be argumentative and just said that she must have seen police reports that I haven't and I won't argue as she has already made up here mind. A complete shitstorm ensued. Ugh... is it Friday yet?