Posted on Borderland Beat Forum by Texcoco
Norma Leticia Ramirez Cruz, 25, a native of Colima, was killed on Thursday January 5 in the business where she worked, she had a Facebook account where she posted several photos made public holding firearms and using a mask.
The girl was killed by a man who came to the business located at the intersection of San Fernando Avenue and Calle Gabino Barreda, some of the album images show a .38 caliber weapons in the social network.
The woman, had 256 friends on her Facebook account, on the early days of 2012 she posted, "NEW YEAR! NEW LIFE, I HAVE TO DISCARD ALL THE BAD THINGS ... ... .!!!!!!! Ji ji ji ...:) ". (Sic)
Her last post it was on Wednesday January 4 and it said: "THIS IS A TOAST FOR US WOMEN .. CHEERS for the men who have our hearts.
CHEERS! for the assholes who had our hearts and didn't know how to keep it. CHEERS for those who want to be with us women. CHEERS for those women that are free and do not need a man to have a good time ... CHEERS! to the women who decided to send to hell those dudes who wanted to be with us women .. cheers to all women ... .. "(sic)
The last update of her account was on Thursday the day she was killed at 10:00 am, she wrote: "Being single doesn't mean you are weak, it means you're strong enough to wait for what you deserve."
More Information:Norma Leticia's murder was perpetrated by an individual who was traveling with another man in a blue car with Colima plates, a man got out of the unit, walk to the woman and shot her repeatedly with a pistol caliber 38 super the Attorney General said.
According to the police, the truck used in the murder was report it stolen since December 13, a few hours after the incident it was found abandoned on 27 de septiembre street, in the downtown area.
Young people don't think of the consequences of some social networks.
"It is a feature of today's youth is part of their essence, to them is so natural and they can not see things as those who are not in that generation and we see things from the outside," said the Doctor of Educational Technology in the University of Colima, Alejandra Rocha Silva.
"They (young people) are recording everything, in Facebook they put 'their entire life' they relate everything they do, I'll go, I'll be with so and so, and they load images, they create a biography, but it is public , not like before like the private diary of a teenager, "he said.
The scholars do not yet know the dimensions of making public private information. He stated that it is easy to get caught in this dynamic world of disclosure, and it becomes a necessity to post the daily things you do.
He said social networking people post a snapshot of their life, seen from the area of safety, that puts the individual in a highly vulnerable situation, physical or moral.
Silva Rocha said that young people now see things more natural, "they are totally open on what they feel, what they do, their way of thinking, is a generation that has a different dimension on privacy, where there is no longer privacy , the private aspects becomes public. "
The social networking sites are also a showcase for socializing with people who are often not well understood and may even endanger them.