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Topic - Tracy Nicholas Cruz
The FBI and Massachusetts police are trying to figure out who "hijacked" Facebook photos of teenage girls from more than a dozen high schools in the state and posted them on a website police say features child pornography.
"...they were humiliated," she said. "They didn't know how their pictures got exploited. These are good girls."
As a mother, she said, "It's just scary to think that your child could just have this site to communicate with other students and her friends and everything, and then something as bad as this other site comes out and takes their pictures? That's horrible."