Did Sharing Heath Harmon's photo land you in FB Jail?
Many followers and supporters of Red Fawn shared this image of Heath Harmon throughout hundreds of Facebook feeds, posts, groups, and pages the day she was sentenced, July 11, 2018. In result, many of those who posted this image of this sell out infiltrator was placed on a Facebook Suspension, blocking these specific users from using all Facebook features such as posting, sharing, liking, commenting, replying to messages, or going LIVE.
Many were given this message from FB:
This Feature is Temporarily Blocked
You recently posted something that violates Facebook policies, so you're temporarily blocked from using this feature. For more information, visit the Help Center. To keep from getting blocked again, please make sure you've read and understand Facebook's Community Standards.
The block will be active for 23 hours more.
If you think you're seeing this by mistake, please let us know.
Dan "TheGlassman", founder of The Drop Of Water, was also among many who were placed on restriction from Facebook for violating their Users Terms and Conditions due to sharing this image of Heath Harmon as well.
He posted on The Drop Of Water FB Page:
"We won't be gifting drops to infiltrators who went to Standing Rock. Instead of sending him a water drop, maybe we'll send him a can of whoop-ass instead.
Do as you wish with this one!"
He stands firm on his comment in regards to infiltrator Heath Harmon!
Were you also placed in FB Jail for sharing this same image?
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