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Carter is appealing her conviction of involuntary manslaughter to the Supreme Judicial Court.
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By Dan Glaun | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted August 11, 2018 at 06:55 AM | Updated August 11, 2018 at 10:30 AM Bristol County Prosecutors have filed their response to the appeal of Michelle Carter, arguing that the Plainville woman was rightfully convicted of involuntary manslaughter for pressuring her boyfriend Conrad Roy III into killing himself Roy died in 2014 after he turned on a gas-powered water…
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This filmmaker tried to figure out why Michelle Carter encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself
Two summers ago, it was nearly impossible to avoid hearing about Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, to kill himself a few years prior, when they were both in high school. The case had unfolded in a juvenile court and concerned a relationship formed over thousands of private text messages. It held the attention…
What We Know About the Michelle Carter Suicide Texting Case
Ms. Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for her role in encouraging a friend — in texts and phone calls — to carry out his suicide.