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Facebook executives were quick to highlight other features for safety and privacy, noting that dating activity would not show up in Facebook’s centerpiece News Feed.The investigation took a turn when a former monk, Dale Tacheny, told police that back in 1963 when he was counseling novice monks at a monastery, Feit had admitted to killing a young woman on Easter weekend.Another priest also came forward saying Feit had made a similar admission to him as well.Yet the former district attorney at the time, Rene Guerra, didn't find the new witnesses credible and the case would go nowhere. He's a wolf in priest's clothing -- looking to attack."Hidalgo County Assistant District Attorney Mike Garza is not part of Irene Garza's family, but Irene Garza's story has been part of almost everyone's life in Mc Allen, Texas, for generations.Irene Garza's family felt they had been denied justice again. Feit's attorney, Rene Flores, maintains there are no witnesses, no DNA evidence and no forensic evidence that ties his client to the murder of Irene Garza. Prosecutor Mike Garza: It kind of grew to folklore, kinda grew of legend about a girl that you know went to confession and you know never left.