It's down now, but students at a Colorado high school say a Facebook page led to a weekend of bullying for some students.
While the page is gone, plenty of questions remain about punishment.
The cyberbullying page on Facebook sparked a police investigation and anger from high school students.
The page reportedly targeted female students and included a lot of graphic content, including vicious and personal attacks.
The page started over the weekend and within hours of being up had hundreds of "likes."
The Poudre Valley school district says they've met with some of the victims, but nobody has been punished.
Fort Collins police say they are unsure anything criminal happened in the posts.