*acuriousmind wrote:This guy who is a photographer (maybe) posted on FB about CH before it happened. He made a post on January the 6th which was later edited (klick on Modifié).
The Editing time is January the 7th on 7:45 and 8:05 (doesn't say if it's AM or PM, but here in Europe we have a 24 hr time system, not the 2x12 hours one.
(Disclaimer: Not a fraudbook user)
I went through the same thing when looking at a Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 fraudbook page as far as what times items were posted, and finally determined the times fell in the correct alleged timeline.
In this case, it at first looked like you're correct in this finding. Then, I found this:
How to Schedule and Backdate Facebook Posts. So, apparently, you put whatever timestamp you want into the timeline. Why would one want to backdate a post? So that you can go back and fill items in the timeline that you might have missed doing before, or to place it before other items in the timeline. Makes the timeline timestamps pretty much worthless, yes?