Murder Suspects Ask Court To Follow Them On Snapchat

Two accused murderers aren’t letting homicide charges tarnish their social media brand.

Albert Lavern Taylor, 22, and Dennis Ezell Gibbs Jr., 19, are two of three men and one 15-year-old juvenile charged with shooting another teen outside an Easley, South Carolina, bowling alley on Wednesday.

The four stand accused of murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and assault and third-degree battery by mob. But when they appeared in court the day after the shooting, Taylor and Gibbs were chipper and ready to Snapchat.


Facebook friends of Jamari Trayvar Fair, a third man charged in the murder, suggest that he deleted a Facebook post that would implicate him in the killing.

“You can remove post but it’s never really deleted once it’s been posted PREMEDITATED MURDER,” one friend commented under Fair’s most recent profile picture.

It’s going to be pretty hard to snapchat from jail….


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