Texas Dad Uses TikTok to Track Down His Son’s Suspected Killer

The logo of Tik Tok - a popular application for watching videos on a black smartphone. Barnaul. Russia. February 4, 2021

Congress is currently in the process of “banning” TikTok in America (whatever that will look like), since it is the only social media company in the US that the FBI is unable to use to spy on Americans.

They try to spook everyone that China is for some reason spying on your nephew’s dance videos, but the reality is they just want the social media channel for themselves, so they have another avenue to watch you without a warrant.

Here’s a story the anti-TikTokers probably don’t want you to see.

 

Back in November, a 19-year-old man in Texas was murdered after an argument in a parking lot. Louis “Carlos” Laguna Jr. was trying to drive away when someone in a group of people shot him in the back of the head and killed him.

Months went by and the police were making no progress on the case, other than to say a young male had shot Carlos. Distraught that the case was at a dead end, Laguna Senior started posting photos and updates on his son’s TikTok account, including the fact that he had been raising money for a reward for the killer’s capture.

Sure enough, Laguna’s use of his son’s TikTok account led to the arrest of a suspect a few months later. North Fort Worth police say it was the TikTok videos that were instrumental in helping them locate a suspect.

It’s a good thing for the Laguna family that Congress hadn’t banned TikTok yet, otherwise the suspected murderer would never have been caught.

Here’s a local news report on it:


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