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Massachusetts Officer May Have Posted Dead Body Picture On Facebook

January 07, 2010  | 

A New Bedford (Mass.) police officer may have posted a picture of a crime scene showing a dead body to her Facebook page, the Boston Herald reports.

The department is now investigating whether the picture depicting an apparent overdose victim laying face down on a couch with clutter and trash surrounding the couch is authentic.

The agency did not identify the officer, but did say posting crime scene photos online violates policy.

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Tags: Social Media, Cops Online, Officer Misconduct, Facebook

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Penny P @ 1/30/2011 8:32 AM

Am a UK resident, in Canterbury. My daughter took some random pics the other day, using my phones camera, from inside the bus. It was daytime, and when I looked at my phone's pics that day. I could see a pair of slim woman's legs walking on the grass in one of the pics. It could also have the other half of the body but it is dark. Where do I send that pic for investigation?

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