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Felonbook.com Launched To Change 'The System'

March 22, 2012  | 

Screenshot: Felonbook
Screenshot: Felonbook

Americans with criminal records now have their own social networking site with the launch of Felonbook.com.

The site enables the "game changing principles of anonymous viral activism, or A-V-A," according to a press release from its founder, who is known as Mr. X (con).

Felonbook's founder released the site's mission statement:

Although the Felonbook model is focused on fixing issues related to people with felony convictions, the community invites all those who understand the nature of the "system" and want to change it. Felonbook encourages anyone, felon or not, to sign up and engage the community with their most uplifting personal vision of changing the "game" for the benefit of all. The community then votes on the best plans and pours millions of dollars into the highest regarded ideals.

Members of Felonbook must pay $9.99 a year in subscription fees.

Tags: Social Media, Cops Online


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Frank @ 3/23/2012 7:43 PM

How Nice! A felon pays $9.99 a year for a subscription. Does the money go back to the state the scumbag commited the crime in? Yeah Right!

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