Find Corrie 💙 Facebook Group Admin Points
1. Comments will only be turned on for the following posts:
– The Main update post
– Search Activities Post
– Just Giving Post (SULSAR)
This is to make it possible for the family to read and moderate where necessary, all of the comments on the page – to ensure nothing important is missed and that trolls etc. are quickly removed.
Trolls: We have been made aware by a several of you that there are a small number of persistent trolls privately messaging members of the group with hateful or conspiracy theory type messages. A couple of these individuals were blocked from this site for anti-social/bullying behaviour and appear to have joined forces. We would please ask that you just report these individuals to Facebook and block them if they try and contact you, as we have. To put this in context, we have over 90,000 amazing people on the #findcorrie group – so far we have only had to block less than 30 individuals for disrespecting other group members.
2. Comments and submitted posts may be deleted for a number of reasons – please don’t take it personally if it happens to you. The reasons include:
Lack of factual basis (where known fact exists) upon which others may base further speculation
Argumentative, disrespectful or bullying behaviour
Compromises or interferes with an active line of investigation
Refers to Psychics/Mediums/Clairvoyants or their services
Overtly advertises a Company, its products or services
The just giving page has now reached (exceeded) its target, no further donations are being sought. The family would be delighted if anyone still wishing to make a donation would consider giving to SULSAR, to support the incredible work they do.
From the whole, extended family thank you for your incredible generosity and support through the Just Giving page, to help us to support the Investigation Team’s efforts in finding Corrie. I said last time that I’d run out of superlatives – I really have. More details of what we’re doing with it in the update…
4. Before you post, especially if you have recently joined the site – Please check out the findcorrie.co.uk website for the FAQ’s, timeline and previous updates (we’re about to update it as we know a couple of bits of information need updating) – it is very possible your question is answered in there. To help, I’m going to re-post a quick picture I’ve made to help people visualise the much mentioned ‘Horseshoe’ area where Corrie was last seen – again, photos exist on the website and Google maps will also help.