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post #1 of 17
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This accident happened over 2 years ago and this poor family is stil suffering!

http://news.aol.com/article/nikki-ca...hotos%2F457323

And to think POLICE OFFICERS posted these pictures on the internetI hope this family gets what is coming to them!
post #2 of 17
I've just seen those pictures and their awful
post #3 of 17
As far as I'm concerned the officers who leaked the photos violated the public trust should have been, at the very least, disciplined, or fired. Those photos should have never been leaked to the public- much less the internet.

I feel for the family. How are they supposed to live with any sort of peace of mind?
post #4 of 17
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And that family can't even goole their name without those awful pictures coming up

It's awful..

Police officers are the people we should be able to trust the most and this is what happens! What kind of people do this to a family!?
post #5 of 17
Wow! I just googled her name and I'm aghast!!! I can't believe it was police that posted those!

Unfortunately once online there is no taking them back so those images will be forever out there as a horrid reminder of their daughter's loss

That poor family
post #6 of 17
I'm not normally squeamish about this stuff, but, boy those pics are just awful. That poor, poor girl.

The cops responsible should be discliplined
post #7 of 17
Wow that is absolutely awful . I saw the pics and it was really really graphic. I had seen on another site that was talking about whether they should pull the pics or not and a lot of people had really cold and rude comments about it. Like saying good ridence to her because she drove recklessly and that she deserved it. It is just really saddening to think people think this way. She was only 18, (i am not trying to give excuses for her) and it was a mistake she made adn poor judgement, we make these every day adn i am sure everyone has at least once. And yes her poor family, that is just one of the worst things to happen. May she rest in peace and her family be able to move forward with life.
post #8 of 17
This is terrible. I looked at those darn pictures and never should have. That poor girl and her family. May she RIP
post #9 of 17
OMG I just googled her and saw those awful pictures. That poor poor family. I am just appalled beyond words. I will never be able to get those pictures out of my head.

I really hope she did not suffer.
post #10 of 17
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Originally Posted by Kiwideus View Post
OMG I just googled her and saw those awful pictures. That poor poor family. I am just appalled beyond words. I will never be able to get those pictures out of my head.
And THAT'S the reason I will never, EVER look at those kinds of pictures because it's the worst type of voyeurism there is!!
post #11 of 17
Another example of the law being unable (and seemingly unwilling) to keep pace with ethics. Sad.
post #12 of 17
It was completely wrong to identify the victim, but posting such horrible photos might very well make some teenagers think about the possible consequences of their actions, i.e., scare them into not taking such risks.
post #13 of 17
I haven't googled them yet, although I may have seen them in the past posted on another message board (all I remember was a disgusting picture of a Porsche, girl, and a tollbooth, which probably means they are the same). That's terrible the family had to see such photos and that someone would be cruel enough to send them to her parents to begin with.
post #14 of 17
its wrong that the photos were published but if it makes one teenager stop and think what speed can do to their lives???
post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by -_aj_- View Post
its wrong that the photos were published but if it makes one teenager stop and think what speed can do to their lives???
True, most anything can be spun into something seemingly beneficial if you look hard enough, but to have 'the end justify the means' infers that the means was in fact unjust - or unethical - to begin with.

And indeed, it was.
post #16 of 17
the photos are totally gruesome. It is appalling the deputies are responsible for posting these pictures are not being punished! No one should see their daughter is such a state.
post #17 of 17
I'm all for free speech but this is crossing the line. I agree that the police officers who posted the pictures should be fired. Now that the damage has been done, it's going to be very difficult to make the pictures "go away" on the Internet. I hope the family wins their lawsuit.
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