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NJ Teens Arrested For Fake Killer Clown Threats

If you've ever worried about the future of America, you were right to be concerned: Not only can they use Snapchat better than you ever will and have secret apps to keep their sexts hidden from olds, teenagers are really into this killer clown trend. So much so that they are faking killer clown threats... and getting arrested for it. [ more › ]
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