Porscher Girl Gory Car accident leaked on the Internet.....
September 11, 2009 4:23am CST
This is very disturbing how powerful internet have becomes..I just read an article about the car accident which killed a teenage girl named as Nikki Catsouras also known as the Porsche Girl. Why is she called a Porshe Girl? This is a very fateful incident happen in which her dead photos leak on the internet and now a hot topics among blogger. Nikki Catsouras was just 18 years old last Halloween when she took her father’s Porsche without permission and while driving 100 miles an hour clipped another car, lost control and slammed into a cement tollbooth. She was killed instantly. The CHP leaked the accident pictures and the parents are suing. This show how powerful the internet now days have becomes, a pictures send secretly from cops to their friends resulting in the widespread of the gory incident. link:http://nikkicatsouras.net/ http://www.mawesadobo.info/nikki-catsouras-car-crash-photos/ If you are a parents or a loved ones and this happen to one of your loved ones..How would you reacts from insensitive comments? Should websites be allowed to display the graphic pictures of Nikki Catsouras? Please share your thoughts on this matter?
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15 Sep 09
yeah,it really hurt the family as in cases it happen to my loved would also feel mad but as I read in other websites owner claims they receive the photos from the other person who leak the said footages bn the internet and they really have no intention to hurt the feeling of the family. It is the part of their jobs to make this stories known and it is now spreading like wild firefire on the wide world web? You know how Search engine optimization work it drives increase traffic on their websites to make a discussion like this..
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11 Sep 09
I received an email on this quite some time ago. I don't think the pictures should have been sent around on the internet. The email I got had all of the pictures and it said I should show it to teens that were getting ready to drive. I think showing it to anyone is the wrong thing to do. Whether she was spoiled or rich doesn't and shouldn't matter, what matters is the family's right to the privacy that they need. I wouldn't want a family member or friends' picture posted all over the internet in a case like this, it would forever be circulated and there would be no end for the mourning/grieving family & friends.