People, if you post a YouTube video about you committing a crime, it can and probably will be used against you. This shouldn’t be difficult to understand but apparently the concept is quite tricky for some to fathom.
I just stole a car and robbed a bank. Now I’m rich, I can pay off my college financial aid and tomorrow i’m going for a shopping spree. Bite me. I love GREENDAY!
She was arrested based on eyewitness reports before police discovered the video. However, police will be using the video as evidence. She says she did it because authorities took her baby from her at the hospital when it was born, charging her with neglect. So perhaps she is just barking mad. However, she still managed to produce and edit a video and keep her blonde hottie appearance up.
In a grisly example of confusing life with a YouTube video, a teenage assassin for a drug cartel used his cell phone to video him torturing someone. Police used it as evidence too. Both him and bank robber girl apparently believe that something posted on YouTube can have no consequences in real life or that real life is just a YouTube video. (The assassin’s video is available on the net too, but I’m not going to link to it.)