FBI investigates social media
Government and social media have a weird relationship. I’m sure that some government entities use it well… others not so much.
Recently some FBI interns took to twitter to share their experiences and answer questions for people who are interested in learning more about how the agency works.
My name is Kathryn and I’m a current intern. I’m here to answer any questions you may have! #FBIHonors
— FBI Albuquerque (@FBIAlbuquerque) September 27, 2017
I’m sure they expected people who were looking at a future in law enforcement, or people with an interest in crime. Yeah, they’d probably get a few challenging folks, but nothing so bad.
They found out that Twitter is the devil, with many, many minions to taunt and torture. Here are a few choice contributions:
TELL US THE TRUTH BEHIND ROSWELL I KNOW WHAT YOU DID
— Atticus Goldfinch (@AtticusGF) September 27, 2017
aliens? Don’t fave this if they exist.
— Amna (@AGlasgowGirl) September 27, 2017
Have you gotten to go to a crime scene yet and say “who’s in charge here? Not anymore, this is FBI jurisdiction now!” to the local cops?
— JT (@ElPolloLoco60) September 27, 2017
There probably is no moral to this story other than the Internet is full of smart asses and anything you do is subject to getting hijacked.
Original story from the Huffington Post.