This case is disturbing on so many different levels. Why wasn't the defendant's first action to call the police? I can partially understand maybe why she started to record the assault for "evidence". There was so much more, however, that she could have done to help her so called friend. But she got caught up in the "likes". So her friend's well-being became a distant concern - wow! Social media has a lot of benefits, but instances like this makes me see how things were better without it.
Read the Washington Post piece by Peter Holley here