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As students post school fight videos online, law enforcement uses them to prosecute

by WFTS-Tampa 2:28 mins

Student fights posted to social media sites like Facebook and YouTube gain "likes" or followers, giving kids internet infamy. Although those children may use them for bullying or bragging, detectives use them as evidence.

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