It seems authorities are finally going to try and find out who’s responsible for the dreadful Megan Had It Coming site, which was mentioned in a previous post.
Authorities are investigating whether an inflammatory blog purporting to be the work of a mother blamed for driving a neighbour’s teenage daughter to suicide is just another hoax in a sorry saga of hoaxes or the real thing.
The blog is hosted on the free Google Blogger site and comprises just three posts. The last one, dated December 3, is headlined I’m Lori Drew.
It is unlikely Lori Drew is to blame for the site. In any instance, why has Google allowed the site to stay uncensored? Google has the ability to identify when blogs contain objectionable content, so it is surprising this has not happened to Megan Had It Coming. Surely Megan is entitled to be protected from cyberbullying (especially since she was not when she was alive), and given the ridiculous mob-like response to the sorry saga by some bloggers so do the Drew family. There is a lot of junk on the Internet, but this site deserves to be censored.