Tag: Social media

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Animal Center Deals With Alleged Threats

In the past two weeks, employees and staff at Palm Valley Animal Center have received what they describe as threating messages after misleading photos of animals at their shelter made their way through social media. Palm Valley Animal Center is a shelter where they do  ” put animals to sleep” they say because they serve 14 cities within Hidalgo county and the overpopulation of animals, which they point out is because of the lack of pets that are spayed or neutered in our community. In the last year ‘palm valley animal center”   has taken in over 3200 cats and...

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Mysterious Social Media Figure Gordiloca’s Source Revealed

Yesterday Laredo police arresting Priscilla Villarreal Trevino after turning herself in. The local social media figure who goes by “Gordiloca” is accused of misusing official information. Today, Laredo police released a statement confirming that Officer Barbara J. Goodman- a 19-year veteran patrol officer is on administrative reassignment pending the outcome of internal and criminal investigations which are ongoing in relation to the misuse of information. We will keep you informed as the story...

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Department of Homeland Security to start collecting information on all immigrants via social platforms

Department of homeland security has moved to start collecting information and all immigrants via social platforms. The new ruling set to go into effect on October 18th calls for social media surveillance on immigrants, which many fear is information that could be used against them. “This is concerning because we share personal information with our friends, personal pictures, our political point of view. I want to make sure that this isn’t a way to target people that don’t agree with what that official is saying” – Abraham Diaz (Dreamer) The new rule could also affect residents and naturalized citizens...

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Valley border serves as epicenter for human trafficking

International human trafficking day is Sunday and with more than 30 million victims worldwide the border serves as an epicenter for many who are trapped. Study showing that Texas is second with the most cases of human trafficking in the country. It’s a billion dollar business. not only affects adults and teenagers but also affects children. According to homeland security 300,000 children are lured into this life every year. Internationally known human trafficking activist Jen Edwards tells us that one child is worth $250,000 a year. Causing traffickers is to be patient and looking for vulnerabilities and people. For...

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Man Arrested for Threatening Police on Social Media

Harlingen (KFXV) — Police in Harlingen arrested a man for making terroristic threats against police officers. They investigated a social media post published by 22-year-old, Chad Michael Mollish — that showed him brandishing a weapon and threatening to shoot a Harlingen police officer immediately after a traffic stop. Agents found him at the 1400 block of Vermont Avenue and placed him under arrest. During a search of the vehicle, officers discovered several pill packages meant to be distributed, and a loaded handgun. He now faces two third degree felonies, and a $100,000...

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