They told us graphic photos are not a violation of Facebook’s policy and even though they were flagged, they could not be removed until monitors determined Spears profile was hacked.
“She was a really good friend. I’m angry, upset, frustrated. What is the world coming to that, not only committing the crime, but posting pictures?” says Stamey.
“I didn’t see them every day. I don’t want to say often but I mean I never heard anything anytime you saw people coming out of there they looked normal, didn’t look angry didn’t look like murderers or anything,” said Dunafan.
The photos were accompanied by a blood covered face photo of a man police say is Kenneth Amyx along with messages that said, “Please pray for us and love you all.”
“The pictures were not clear although they were extremely scary. I just started to reach out to our mutual friends to see if they’ve anybody knew anything,” said Stamey. “It’s hard to think that somebody would just do something like that and have the guts to post something like that.
Officers forced their way into the apartment where they found Streit-Spears stabbed to death and Amyx alive with knife wounds police say appeared to have been self-inflicted.