"Facebook Feud" Trial Returns To Court Today

facebook1 "Facebook Feud" Trial Returns To Court TodayThe case of the deadly Facebook feud returns to an Oakland County courtroom today.

More testimoney is scheduled in a hearing to determine whether 23-year-old Torrie Emery of Pontiac will be tried for murder. She allegedly caused a car crash that killed another young woman she’d been fighting with on Facebook. Emery was also charged with child endangerment, as she had her three-year-old daughter in the back seat while chasing, Alesha Abernathy, who crashed into a truck on Woodward and was killed.

A woman riding in the car with Abernathy, 20-year-old Danielle Booth, as severely injured in the accident.

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  1. marcina says:

    Of course she should be tried for murder and endangering a child’s life and others as well. I just can’t believe why she would do something so despicable and evil, it’s inexcusable.

  2. DocPlum says:

    This is CRAZY. I feel so sorry for everyone involved. Think how many lives were lost, or ruined, or damaged and all because of some argument on FACEBOOK??!!?? That’s NUTS.

  3. Short - tee says:

    Of couse Torrie deserve the Max PUNISHMENT. She took the life of an innocent person (May Alesha Abernathy) rest in peace, she critically injured Danielle and lets not forget that she endagered her own daughter. Michigan needs the death penalty and she does not deserve the chance to see the streets nor her daughter. Let her suffer like the families of these victims and their families. This is insane. My heart truely goes out to the Abernathy and Booth families. As far as the Emery family they all can ROT.

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