The body of 19-year-old Serena McKay was found two Sunday nights ago near a home in Sagkeeng, a community 100 kilometres (62 miles) northeast of Winnipeg. She had been reported missing earlier that day. She was beaten to death, brutally, and it turns out two short videos were posted of it on Facebook.
Two local girls, 16 and 17-years-old, have been charged, but what's more worrying is that people posting deaths to Facebook Live is becoming a growing trend. They're basically snuff films without the sex and a lot of people are surprised that Facebook isn't doing a whole lot to put a end to them.
News coverage of this will be highly censored, as their names or any identification even after they are convicted are forbidden by Canadian law. Even after they turn 18, no one will be legally allowed to identify them. (Unless it gets raised to adult court, which is extremely unlikely, and even then could be prohibited)
Apparently it is possible to find these videos in various archives? But I sure don't want to see them...