The Boston Phoenix, one of the city’s newspapers, ran a cover story about the case this week — Hunting the Craigslist Killer: An Untold Detective Story from the Digital Frontier. And in conjunction with the piece the paper has also published a collection of documents related to the case on its site — including the information provided by Facebook.
The specific names and IDs in the docs have been redacted by the paper, but Facebook provides actual printed copies of wall posts, uploaded photos, photos a suspect is tagged in, private messages, extensive login and IP data and a comprehensive list of their friends. Basically everything. So if you’re curious as to what might eventually become public knowledge were you to commit a terrible crime, or even how law enforcement goes about subpoenaing Facebook, you can peruse a small sampling of the documents over on The Boston Phoenix’s blog. [The Boston Phoenix]