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Massachusetts Woman Found Guilty Of Encouraging Boyfriend’s Suicide
This is f**ked up and this chick deserves every second of prison time that she could be given.
The DailyMail is reporting that 20-year-old Michelle Carter of Massachusetts was found guilty of manslaughter after sending numerous texts to her then-boyfriend, Conrad Roy, encouraging the teenager to commit suicide.
Michelle could be sentenced to 20 years in prison for her crime.
This broad sent Conrad DOZENS of texts telling him to kill himself. He did just that. Roy allowed carbon monoxide to fill his truck while he sat in a parking lot back in 2014.
Roy was having second thoughts about the suicide as he reportedly attempted to exit the vehicle, but instead of calling the police, or his family, Michelle told him to get back inside the truck and die.
Peep a couple of the messages Michelle sent:
‘I thought you wanted to do this. The time is right and you’re ready, you just need to do it. You can’t keep living this way,’ Carter wrote in one message.
‘Everyone will be sad for a while, but they will get over it and move on. They won’t be in depression I won’t let that happen.’
Like we said, f**ked up.
Conrad’s suicide note was read aloud in court, he was very fond of Michelle and thanked her for her encouragement.
‘I love you and greatly appreciate ur effort and kindness towards me,’ Roy wrote in a handwritten note in a spiral notebook. ‘I’ll forever be in your heart and we will meet up someday in Heaven.’
How much time do you think Michelle deserves for her part in Conrad’s death?