Monday, November 4, 2013
Facebook Refused To Remove Woman Beheading Film
A film of a woman being beheaded in Mexico caused an international outcry in October when Facebook refused to remove it from its site. There have been hundreds of reports about the video- but why no-one has identified the victim in it?. In the grainy footage, the woman is on her knees in jeans and pink top, before a masked man holding a knife behind her and says in a gruff voice: "Well, gentlemen, this is what happens to all those in the Gulf Cartel. On behalf of Los Zetas." The rest of the video is a gruesome 40-second cool-bloodedmurder, which caused international controversy recently when it was posted to Fscebook. " Irresponsible" was the word used by British Prime Minister David Cameron about the network's policy permitting the video to be uploaded. After a day or so of the impassioned debate on both sides, Facebook reversed the decision and took the video down. *--Los Zetas is the Mexico's largest criminal gang-began in 1990's as enforcement of arms of drugs gang Gulf Cartel.