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13-year-old boy accidentally shoots to death a 12-year-old girl on Facebook live

Livestreaming seems to have caused more harm than good because ever since it’s inception, people now carry out fatal acts just to livestream it. In the case of the teenagers in this story, theirs did not seem intentional but someone is dead all the same.

This sad incident happened in Argentina. Some teenagers were playing with a shotgun when one of them accidentally shot Georgina Magalí Vega, 12, an only daughter, killing her instantly.

It happened on Santa Rosa de Calchines РSanta Fe, a small town of about 9.300 inhabitants. 

At the start of the video, voices can be heard speaking in a foreign language – maybe Spanish. Georgina stood behind a chair while the boy with the gun sat in a chair, facing her.

“You kill me and I kill you.” Georgina said in Spanish at the start of the morbid game.

The boy with the gun replied: “Look this! A shell…I load it… And I shoot you but you don’t die!”

Georgina replied: “Do you see blood or something?” (Kidding)

The boy then fires the shotgun and there’s a look of shock and pain on the girl’s face as she falls to the ground. Panicked screams can be heard as voices in the background cried, calling “Georgi”

One other female voice can be heard screaming: “Man what have you done!?”

Then a male voice said: “Her parents are going to kill us!”

“I’m leaving…” the killer was heard saying in panic while they all cried but the other boy tried to stop Lucas from leaving.

“Stop Lucas come here,” the other boy said.

See the troubling video below.

https://www.liveleak.com/ll_embed?f=72344855452a

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Facebook begins crack down on spam websites

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On Wednesday, Facebook announced plans to start cracking down on links to “low-quality” web pages as part of the company’s plan to show people “fewer misleading posts, and more informative posts.” Facebook is starting with the ratio of ads to actual content; a page with too many ads and not enough original text or images is considered spam.

If a site’s ads are “disruptive, shocking, or malicious,” Facebook will make sure fewer people can see and click on it. The company continues to explain that the links aren’t being banned; if you post one it will still appear on your wall but their news feed ranking will drop and they will be seen by far fewer people if anyone at all.

The changes will happen over the next few months, and Facebook says it could mean a boost in traffic for publishers that produce quality content.