Dumb Stunt On Snapchat Sent Two Teens To Prison

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Robin Lyons BlogBLOG POST #191: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific crime involving two teens who thought a fake school threat would be funny.

Not Funny

The two boys, one age 18 and the other 19, previously attended the high school they targeted. But it was all to pull a prank on a friend.

They created a Snapchat account in the friend’s name. Grabbed some photos from the friends’ social media accounts and posted them to the fake Snapchat account. One photo was of the friend holding a gun—another person’s gun.

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Bullying Went Too Far

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Robin Lyons' Blog Post #142If you watch network news or you’re on Facebook, you probably saw the piece this week where a middle school boy’s mother recorded him talking about how being bullied makes him feel.

After the story aired the focus shifted from the bullied boy to his mother’s social media posts.

In the research I’m sharing in this post, the same thing occurred. It makes me wonder why people shift the focus—to one-up the story?

BLOG POST #134: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving two 13-year-old girls.

Tell Your Parents

The social media cyberbullying began with name calling. The anonymous online bully told the 13-year old girl she was ugly and dumb. Then the young girl did the right thing; she told her parents.

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Friends Today – Enemies Tomorrow

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BLOG Post #102Thank you for taking time from your busy day or night to read my post. After you’ve read today’s research, be sure to remind your children and if they’re adults they need to remind their children to change all social media passwords.

I have a 12-year-old granddaughter (at the time of this post). This case made me think of her and a few of her friends. She’s experienced some bullying, but nothing like what happened in this case.

BLOG POST #94: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a 12-year-old girl and her 11-year-old accomplice.

If you have a pre-teen or a teenager, you know it’s difficult if not impossible to keep them away from social media and the Internet.

Kids and the Internet

Depending on whether your child(ren) are younger, or older, this post will either give you a ‘heads up’ for what’s on the horizon or make you appreciate that this (hopefully) didn’t happen to any of your kiddos.

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