Former NFL player Brian Holloway owns a farm house in a nearby town. Over Labor Day weekend, over 300 students from many area high schools broke into the house, which is vacant, and threw an epic bash. The house was trashed. Spray paint, urine on carpets, windows smashed- right now the estimate is about $20,000 worth of damage.
Of course the students posted live from the party on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc, etc. Brian Holloway has put these pictures, tweets, and names on this website.
The debate is that many of the parents took to local news and radio stations to voice their anger at Holloway for posting their child's name or image on his site. Many have threatened legal action. Of course, many of the students are claiming that they didn't know the house was vacant they were just going to a friend's house party. However, even if they didn't know they were breaking and entering or participated in the destruction of property, they for sure knew there was underage drinking and drug use.
FWIW, The school districts in my area are spread quite far apart for the most part. It's not impossible, but unusual for students at one school to be close buds with a student at a high school that's 25-30 minutes away. So, the I'm having trouble swallowing the whole "I was just going to a friend's house, I didn't know" defense. What say you? Is Brian Holloway in the wrong for posting these images?