Social Media for Justice 

A friend of a slain woman takes to Facebook in an attempt to get charges re-filed

The news-feed scroll of the average Facebook user is cluttered with the flotsam and jetsam of everyday life—a random assortment of activities, interests and pictures from friends, acquaintances and, sometimes, complete strangers. All of this Facebook activity is meant to capture even…

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