Enabling criminals and providing a forum for the collective population of solitary confinement, is simply one component of Mark Zuckerberg’s riveting vision for a future society based on social networking interactions. In a kumbaya hand holding moment where “the world will be as one”, fumes emanating from the residual billions of dollars buried in the first moat behind his formidable wall protecting the stately vastness of a Hawaiian paradise, are the probable cause of the social network mogul falling one political attache moonlighting as a corrupt Olympic figure skating judge shy of not being blinded by the intoxication of power.
The ace team at the Fox 8-TV weaves the sorted yarn of a prisoner, who disturbingly had a smart phone at his disposal in his 8 by 8 cell, and chose to broadcast over 49 minutes of his candid thoughts, Live!, across the expanse of the online communities. Apparently, Joseph Fletcher, is such a bad dude, that even family members claim that he “runs” the criminal underworld of Akron, Ohio, and that law enforcement are forced to turn the other cheek in only the most polite way in gracing the felon’s stately presence. Fletcher allegedly went “all in” during a prime time Facebook live broadcast, which culminated in the career gangster claiming dibs on a 2010 murder, in which a colleague took the fall and the full brunt of the legal system.
In the streaming video, Fletcher appears arrogant, as he explains to the internet masses that “I did it, everybody know I did it. I love Tay… a situation presented itself… you can’t be mad.” Sound familiar? It is common knowledge that all inmates are simply misunderstood and completely innocent of any misdeeds.
Read the Fox 8-TV article here.