A Reddit user uploaded an image on Quickmeme, saying “My sister had an abusive meth addict boyfriend/I killed him with his own drugs while he was unconscious and they ruled it as an overdose." Of course, as it is the internet (especially Reddit), these things have to be taken with a pinch of salt; but as the story unfolds it would be fair to assume that somebody has committed a murder and confessed to it via a meme.
The image was posted; but rapidly taken down along with many of his social network accounts. Still, unfortunately for this particular Redditor, keen-eyed users managed to find out his full name, residence history, birthdate and military occupation, along with plenty of other details.
"I’m not gonna post his personal info on here; the guy who did that got his posts mod-deleted. But a ton of people saw it while it was up there (and have screenshots). His post history had his middle name and his birthday, plus his job history and military rank, as well as a ton of info about where he lived. A couple people googled his user name and found a steam profile with the same info and a FULL NAME which matched an FB profile and a number of other profiles. He upvoted the info himself saying he didn’t give a fuck, but then backpedaled, deleted all his stuff, closed his FB account, etc," user lionheart1610k commented.
We await further updates on this story.
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