While I read the thread, and the others, and watched the videos, and looked at the pictures.
It doesn't matter whether he lit the truck on fire or not.
It doesn't matter what he said after he found out his picture got out.
The fire was only one part of destroying the truck. Rolling it was the other.
He did participate in its destruction.
Then he danced around posing like he was in a Lord of the Flies remake.
Got identified so now he's paying for it.
The cool thing is that social media allows everyone to see the evidence and put a reaction and an opinion out there. Without filters.
So whether he said "arson" or not really becomes irrelevent. So does the the nit-picky shit the lawyers and judges are going to stroke themselves with over the next few years while this crap ties up the courts.
Regular folk on the street are having their say, through this board and other sites. And for once the criminals are not being given all the advantage over the victoms and the community. Alex P is one of the identified criminals, nothing more, nothing less.
What is happening on facebook is more of the Mob mentality
The "bad mob " all those people who rioted went crazy for whatever lame excuses they gave it doesn't matter cuz now the "good mob" AKA the public at large is outraged and so we have Vigilantly justice
It doesnt matter if you think the public shaming is wrong or cruel or its not really legal cuz it doesnt have to be ,it is what it is and it has/will happen
feeling that enough is enough doesnt matter either cuz the "good mob" will stop when they want to
Social media has made anonymous nameless faceless living in the big city JUST like living in a very small town where everybody knows everybody … you fuck up and everybody knows
those people who rioted should and will lose BIGTIME ,IMO it has to be that way to show people that in future if they have anything at all to lose they will SO indiscriminate rioting can cost you everything you got and you can't use the law to hide behind a creaky justice system because the mob doesn't care