There is someone in you're attic , he tells me everything .There is someone in you're attic , he tells me everything .
Twenty-five miles from downtown Austin, a world away from the capital city's food trucks, housing co-ops and all-night coffee shops, Leander sits at the northern edge of central Texas' urban sprawl. This is conservative Williamson County. Unforgiving cops patrol Ronald Reagan Boulevard; fresh McMansions fill neighborhoods named for prefabricated creeks and ranches. A few traces of old Leander, hemmed-in pastures and old trailer parks, still fill the seams between the construction, but none shines as bright as the new mega Walmart.
The week after Valentine's Day, Julia received a Kik message from Danielle saying she was jealous of Julia's new boyfriend. In P.E. the next day, Julia says Danielle threatened to kill herself, and repeated it that night on Kik. The messages continued on Instagram and Kik: sex-obsessed taunts with consistently bad punctuation. When Danielle told the school counselor that Julia and Melody were bullying her, Melody says, they defended themselves by producing Danielle's messages. School officials declined to comment for this story, citing student privacy laws.
I know they could have played us. I don't know how they could have played us every single timeI know they could have played us. I don't know how they could have played us every single time," she says.
Two things jump to mind here:1) Salem Witch Trials. Have you read The Crucible?2) Occam's Razor: which seems more likely here — that one 12-year-old girl has the skills and resources of the NSA, enabling her to bug the homes and hack the devices of TWO separate families OR that the two girls are pretending to be "hacked" while they perpetrate this shit themselves under the protective blanket of their parents' ignorance and unwillingness to see the obvious?
"I'm not afraid of a 12-year-old girl. But I am afraid of who's helping her.""I'm not afraid of a 12-year-old girl. But I am afraid of who's helping her."