When you’re on Facebook, you should know that everyone in your friend’s list will be able to see what you post up and what you’re doing if you actually put in the effort into detailing every aspect of your life on your profile. Also, we’ve said before, but we’ll say it again, people should never add an unknown person as a friend to their Facebook account and this latest debacle gives the whole issue a hilarious twist. A group of youths called the Brower Boys a.k.a the Brower Park Gang from Crown Heights in Brooklyn have recently brought out the storyteller from within themselves after performing a plethora of crimes including burglary and sexual assault.
Like some teenagers would do, they saw it fit to post about their crime-related exploits on Facebook for all to see. Wait, there’s more, when NYPD Officer Michael Rodriguez sent a friend request to one of them, they actually accepted it and when you have a news feed, it sort of makes things like bugging and tip-offs a thing of the past, especially when you’re dealing with a bunch of people who seem to be extremely proud of what they’re doing. With videos that were posted up by the gang along with other Facebook updates which stood as proof, the NYPD were able to make a total of 14 arrests and a 102-count indictment.
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