You remember white grandmother Dorothy Dow, who was set on fire by five blacks, beaten and ultimately, after a lengthy stay in the hospital, passed away from her wounds.
One of those five blacks, a fine female representative of the species, is in some serious trouble for taking selfies in the jailhouse and doing the universally-regarded-as-horrible "duck face."
No remorse, absolutely no regret for taking the life an 83-year-old white grandmother, as long as her "duck face" photo in jail gets at least 10 'likes' on Facebook. [Murder suspect caught taking pictures while behind bars, CBS46.com, 12-6-16]:
MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA (CBS46) -A young woman accused of robbing, beating and burning a Meriwether County grandmother who later died has been caught taking pictures while behind bars and then posting them to social media.
Accused killer Mina Ellery and three others are jailed and are charged with the killing of 83 year-old Dorothy Dow in August. Meriweather County Sheriff Chuck Smith says the suspects forced their way into Dow's home, beat her, poured gasoline on her and then lit her on fire.
Ellery is now in trouble for posting the pictures of herself on social media. In a post on Facebook, Ellerly is seen with a jailhouse phone in her hand while making a "duck face". In another picture, she can be seen sticking her tongue out.
Investigators think a visitor snuck a cell phone camera into a visitation room inside the jail. Sheriff Smith says deputies are reviewing surveillance video from the jail to see who smuggled the cell phone illegally into the facility.
CBS46 talked with Ellerly's mother, Sherry Lee Ellerly, who lives in Oregon. She says she loves her daughter but doesn't like what she did to another family.
"This isn't right. She's in there for a reason, and it shouldn't be like she's smiling and having fun while another family is sad and grieving," Sherry Lee Ellerly told CBS46 News.
CBS46 also reached out to Sheriff Chuck Smith who tells us the jail doesn't have pat downs or metal detectors for visitors but there will be a staff review following the incident.
"We're going to make sure our jail staff is following the procedures," said Smith. "We're also going to use our video surveillance that we have here within the jail, and this is going to help us identify this person. That's why this person is going to be held responsible."
Sheriff Smith says once they find out who snuck the cell phone into the jail, he is going to request criminal charges be filed with the District Attorney's Office against that person.At least the zombies of The Walking Dead have an excuse for their actions. CBS46 News