Bride posts photos of wedding to Myspace before learning that the groom is a fugitive who is wanted for murder


Jihad Amir Ramadan with his bride 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) An innocent wedding photo may ruin a bride’s dreams of living happily ever after.

This comes after the bride posted photos of her happy day to social media.

Once a photo is posted to the Internet, it stays there for all to see, including law enforcement.

The U.S. Marshals Service released the wedding photo and announced that they want to talk to the bride who is seen in the photo.

The photo was posted to Myspace, although the U.S. Marshals are not sure when the wedding took place, they know that the groom is a wanted man.

Authorities said that he is wanted in connection with the murder of a college student in 2005, and he has been on the run ever since.

Federal agents said that they believe the groom is the man they are looking for. He was born as Justin Faustin and he is now 30 years old.

Authorities believe that Faustin has changed his name to Jihad Amir Ramadan, and he married the woman in the photo, who apparently has no idea of his past.

Authorities said that the man has a lot of family all over the United States. They are not sure where he lives now, but they offered a $2,500 reward for information leading to his arrest.