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Friday, June 16, 2017

Breaking News: Michelle Carter, who as a teenager sent texts urging her friend to commit suicide in 2014, is guilty of involuntary manslaughter

The verdict, handed down by a judge in a nonjury trial, was a rare legal finding that, essentially, a person’s words alone can directly cause someone else’s suicide.

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Anonymous said...

Maybe she will now do the same.

Anonymous said...

Wow! How is this even possible? Is her attorney a moron? There is no way this will pass an appeal.

One more win in the nothing is my fault and its everyone else's responsibility snowflake column.

Anonymous said...

Good. She should be. She should have contacted his parents instead.

Anonymous said...

1:27...Did you read that they found her guilty? A step in the right direction to teach consequences.

12:13...You want her to commit suicide now? You have just turned into her.

Anonymous said...

She needs a new lawyer. If I told you to kill yourself or anyone else without having anything to hold over your head, YOU made the decision on my suggestion, but YOU made the decision, not me.

Anonymous said...

Bullying like that strips away your choices it makes you feel helpless and that there are no other options. Blessed you be, that you or yours have not suffered that type of torment. Words can cause irreparable dammage and people should be careful not to inflict harm with them. Be a humane human.