Sharing and Liking Photos Of Children With Sicknesses Does Not Bring Donations From Facebook.




I can imagine many of you have seen the photo shown in the attached alert. The caption on the photo states the baby shown in the photo passed away due to drug abuse and ask you to “like” the photo for a prayer, for babies that died because of drug abuse. The truth is the baby shown in the photo did not pass due to drug abuse. Her name was Trinity and she was still born. More information about her can be found at the link I have provided below. Currently her father has been reporting the instances of the photo, hoping Facebook will remove them. If you see Trinity’s photo appear in your feed with the bogus message or similar, please report the image and message.

Trinity Clair – Born sleeping 19th June 2005
http://www.thelostones.co.nz/?pg=stories&id=1

Sharing and Liking Photos Of Children With Sicknesses Does Not Bring Donations From Facebook.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-Sick-Children-Hoaxes/229134727173787?sk=app_190322544333196

For the truth about the children who appear in these types of hoaxes/ scams, please read more here:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-Sick-Children-Hoaxes/229134727173787?sk=app_128953167177144

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