Girl Caught For Manslaughter Through A Photo On FB

Facebook Selfie Murder

A woman has been jailed for seven years for killing her best friend after a selfie uploaded to her Facebook account became a vital piece of evidence.

Antoine pleaded guilty on Monday (Jan 15) to killing Gargol two years ago in the Canadian city of Saskatoon.

But after examination of the selfie and by piecing a together a timeline from other social media pictures, police charged the 21-year-old with second-degree murder.

The teenager's dead body was found dumped beside a road which lay south of Saskatoon on 25th of March, 2015, with a belt which was found nearby.

At first, Antoine lied to detectives, admitting she had been with Gargol earlier in the evening but had left the party to spend time with her uncle. The police found that the belt Cheyenne was wearing in the picture was the same as the one used to strangle Gargol, which resulted in her death.The police found that the belt Cheyenne was wearing in the picture was the same as the one used to strangle Gargol, which resulted in her death.

Police eventually tracked down a friend of Antoine.

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Antoine said she and Gargol were best friends and were out drinking when they got into an argument, the CBC reported.

They utilized Facebook posts to help build up the developments of the combine that night.

She even posted fake messages on Gargol's Facebook, saying "Where are you?" Antoine did not deny killing Gargol but said she had no memory of strangling her friend.

Antoine also claimed that the pair had dined at the Colonial Pub and Grill, but surveillance video did not substantiate her claims that the two were ever there that day.

At her court appearance Monday, Antoine's lawyer, Lisa Watson, said her client suffered through sexual, emotional and physical abuse as she grew up in foster care, CTV reported. "Nothing I say or do will ever bring her back", she said. "I am very, very sorry", she said.

"She knows the family would like an explanation, a reason, but unfortunately she can not provide that", her lawyer, Lisa Watson, told the court.

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