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‘It’s my fault’: Woman accused of encouraging her teen boyfriend to kill himself texted her friend two months after his suicide telling her she ‘could have stopped him’

  • Michelle Carter, 20, was charged with the manslaughter of Conrad Roy II, 18, who killed himself in July 2014 
  • Two months after his death, Carter text her friend, telling her: ‘It’s my fault’ 
  • ‘I could have stopped him but I told him to get back in the car,’ she told her 
  • Prosecutors say Carter encouraged him in a calculated a bid to get ‘attention’ as the grieving girlfriend
  • ‘She used Conrad as a pawn in her sick game of life and death,’ they said
  • Defense lawyers say she was actually trying to help Roy who was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in his idling truck
  • They argue that she tried repeatedly to talk him out of it and only began to support the plan when it became clear he would not change his mind
  • Carter has now waived her right to a jury trial, meaning her testimony will only be heard by a judge, who will issue the verdict 
  • Scroll down to see texts Carter and Roy exchanged in the run up to his death

The young woman accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself, texted her friend two months after his suicide, telling her ‘It’s my fault,’ a court heard.

Michelle Carter is charged with involuntary manslaughter over the 2014 death of 18-year-old Conrad Roy III, who was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in his pickup truck in Fairhaven in July 2014.

‘It’s my fault,’ Carter texted to her school friend Samantha Boardman, according to her testimony on Wednesday. ‘I could have stopped him but I told him to get back in the car.’

Defendant Michelle Carter is charged with involuntary manslaughter for encouraging 18-year-old Conrad Roy, III to kill himself in July 2014 (pictured in Taunton District Court, Wednesday)

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Defendant Michelle Carter is charged with involuntary manslaughter for encouraging 18-year-old Conrad Roy, III to kill himself in July 2014 (pictured in Taunton District Court, Wednesday)

A court officer stands in the spot where the pickup truck that contained the body of Conrad Roy III was was found in July, 2014 at a former K Mart store parking lot in Fairhaven as District Attorney Katie Rayburn points to the spot while Judge Lawrence Moniz looks on 

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A court officer stands in the spot where the pickup truck that contained the body of Conrad Roy III was was found in July, 2014 at a former K Mart store parking lot in Fairhaven as District Attorney Katie Rayburn points to the spot while Judge Lawrence Moniz looks on

Samantha Boardman, 20, of Norfolk, Mass., a former friend of Michelle Carter, says the defendant texted her two months after Roy's death saying 'It's my fault'

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Samantha Boardman, 20, of Norfolk, Mass., a former friend of Michelle Carter, says the defendant texted her two months after Roy’s death saying ‘It’s my fault’

Boardman was among several of Carter’s friends and acquaintances who took the witness stand on the second day of the involuntary manslaughter trial in Taunton juvenile court.

Carter’s lawyer disputes a crime occurred. Attorney Joseph Cataldo said Roy was depressed, had attempted suicide before, researched suicide methods online and was completely responsible for his own death.

He added that Carter’s text messages are protected free speech.

Boardman testified that Carter, now 20, had also told her that she feared getting in trouble after she found out that police had Roy’s phone.

‘I’m done,’ Carter wrote in one text displayed in the court room. ‘His family will hate me and I can go to jail.’

Two other friends say Carter texted them saying she was on the phone with Roy as he died.

Prosecutors say Carter sent her boyfriend Conrad Roy (pictured) dozens of text messages urging him to take his own life before he was found in his pickup truck in Fairhaven, Massachusetts on July 13, 2014

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Prosecutors say Carter sent her boyfriend Conrad Roy (pictured) dozens of text messages urging him to take his own life before he was found in his pickup truck in Fairhaven, Massachusetts on July 13, 2014

Defendant Michelle Carter, right, confers with her lawyer Joe Cataldo, center, as second defense attorney Cory Madera listens to testimonies

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Defendant Michelle Carter, right, confers with her lawyer Joe Cataldo, center, as second defense attorney Cory Madera listens to testimonies

Cataldo, left, and defendant Michelle Carter, right,  look over photos that were taken at the Homers for Conrad fundraising event that Carter organized several months after Conrad Roy III committed suicide

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Cataldo, left, and defendant Michelle Carter, right, look over photos that were taken at the Homers for Conrad fundraising event that Carter organized several months after Conrad Roy III committed suicide

Asst. District Attorney Katie Rayburn shows the iPhone that defendant Michelle Carter used to text Conrad Roy III in the run up to his death on Wednesday

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Asst. District Attorney Katie Rayburn shows the iPhone that defendant Michelle Carter used to text Conrad Roy III in the run up to his death on Wednesday

‘I was talking on the phone with him when he killed himself… I heard him die,’ Carter texted to Olivia Mosolgo days after Roy’s death, Mosolgo testified.

Carter also expressed remorse in a message to a friend: ‘I’m the only one he told things too. I should have gotten him more help,’ she wrote.

The police detective who conducted the criminal investigation also testified. Fairhaven Detective Scott Gordon said he found Roy’s phone and discovered the text conversation between Roy and Carter.

The case is being tried without a jury, and a judge will deliver the verdict. The judge visited the site where Roy’s truck was found on Wednesday afternoon.

On Tuesday, the court heard that the 20-year-old had persuaded Roy to kill himself in calculated a bid to get ‘attention’ as the grieving girlfriend.

‘She used Conrad as a pawn in her sick game of life and death,’ said prosecutor Maryclare Flynn.

They added that on July 10, two days before his suicide, she had carried out a ‘dry run’.

‘She knew her plan to get attention would work because she pre-tested it,’ they said.

‘Two days before Conrad committed suicide, she did a dry run, texting several girls that Conrad had gone missing while simultaneously testing Conrad, telling him to get the gas machine.’

The court heard that Carter sent 40 text messages to Roy urging him to kill himself before he finally took his own life.

‘She put him in the car that night,’ Flynn added.

Carter had then played the grieving girlfriend, even organizing a baseball tournament in his memory – but hosted it in Plainville – her hometown not Roy’s, the court heard.

Lynn Roy, the mother of Conrad Roy III, is offered tissues during her testimony before Judge Lawrence Moniz on Tuesday

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Lynn Roy, the mother of Conrad Roy III, is offered tissues during her testimony before Judge Lawrence Moniz on Tuesday

Camdyn Roy, the sister Conrad Roy III, points to the defendant Michelle Carter to identify her while testifying in Carter's trial, Tuesday 

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Camdyn Roy, the sister Conrad Roy III, points to the defendant Michelle Carter to identify her while testifying in Carter’s trial, Tuesday

Roy family members react when crime-scene photos are projected during the trial of Michelle Carter, Tuesday,  in Taunton 

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Roy family members react when crime-scene photos are projected during the trial of Michelle Carter, Tuesday,  in Taunton

Roy’s best friend Thomas Gammell asked her to move the memorial game but she had refused.

Texts they exchanged about the game revealed she wanted to ensure she got credit for the baseball tournament

‘Ok awesome thank you! You’re not taking credit for my idea, right?’ she text him.

Defense attorney Joseph Cataldo said Roy previously was suicidal and Carter had talked him out of taking his life.

He said Roy was seriously depressed over the divorce of his parents and a victim of physical abuse by a relative who was on a ‘path to take his own life for years’.

He added that Carter was not responsible for his death.

‘This is a suicide case,’ he said, ‘not a not a homicide.’

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Text messages, displayed in court, revealed Carter had pushed her boyfriend to kill himself, telling him 'it's time to do it today'

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Text messages, displayed in court, revealed Carter had pushed her boyfriend to kill himself, telling him ‘it’s time to do it today’

A photograph of the truck, in which Conrad Roy III killed himself, is projected during testimony in the trial 

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A photograph of the truck, in which Conrad Roy III killed himself, is projected during testimony in the trial

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Michelle Carter (pictured in court on Tuesday) is charged in the 2014 death of 18-year-old Conrad Roy III who committed suicide in July 2014

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Michelle Carter (pictured in court on Tuesday) is charged in the 2014 death of 18-year-old Conrad Roy III who committed suicide in July 2014

Roy’s mother Lynn Roy, who broke down in tears during her testimony, also took the stand, telling Taunton Trial Court about her son’s struggle with depression.

She said he had social anxiety and had been having ‘bad thoughts’.

Lynn Roy said that on the night he died, she and he son had taken a walk along the beach, laughing, joking and talking ‘about life’.

‘You think your kids are doing better,’ Roy said, alluding to her son’s previous suicide attempt.

Gammell later took the stand, saying that he had never even heard of Carter until Roy’s death.

Carter waived her right to a jury, meaning the judge will hear the testimony and issue the verdict.

Prosecutors released transcripts of text messages the then-17-year-old Carter sent to Roy. In one, she allegedly wrote: ‘The time is right and you’re ready, you just need to do it!’ 

The court heard that Carter and Roy exchanged more than 20,000 text messages – with more than 1,000 of those messages sent in the days leading up to Roy’s death.

Prosecutors say Carter sent her boyfriend dozens of text messages urging him to take his own life.

Michelle Carter  (in court Monday with her attorney) allegedly encouraged her boyfriend, 18, to kill himself 

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Michelle Carter  (in court Monday with her attorney) allegedly encouraged her boyfriend, 18, to kill himself

Cater, wearing a quilted jacket, and her attorney Joseph Cataldo walk into court on Monday

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Cater, wearing a quilted jacket, and her attorney Joseph Cataldo walk into court on Monday

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Carter’s lawyer argue that she tried repeatedly to talk him out of it and only began to support the plan when it became clear he would not change his mind.

They add that the texts are protected under free speech and that Roy was depressed and previously tried to take his own life.

Carter was 17 when Roy took his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning and prosecutors argue she is criminally responsible because she encouraged him to kill himself in a series of text messages.

In some exchanges, she even revealed she was frustrated he had not taken his life yet.

‘Well… I guess [that I am frustrated] just because you always say you are gonna do it but you don’t,’ she text him. ‘But last night I know you really wanted to do it and I’m not mad. Well, I mean, kind of, I guess, just because you always say you’re gonna do it… but you don’t but last night I knew you really wanted to and I’m not mad.’

When he mentioned he was worried it would hurt his family, Carter told him they’d ‘get over it’.

‘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. They know how sad you are, and they know that you are doing this to be happy and I think they will understand and accept it. They will always carry you in their hearts.’

In others she badgered him about whether he was going to ‘do it today’, adding in another exchange ‘tonight is the night. It’s now or never’.

In another text, Roy told her he was ‘gonna do it today’ to which she replied ‘You promise?’

In the hour before his death, prosecutors say, he was on the phone with Carter for 47 minutes, at one point telling her he was getting out of the truck because he feared it wasn’t working.

‘The car was filling up, and he was scared,’ said prosecutor Flynn. ‘She told him to get back in the car.’

‘When he actually started to carry out the act, he got scared again and exited his truck, but instead of telling him to stay out of the truck… Carter told him to ‘get back in’,’ the police report said.

The court heard that Roy III had tried to kill himself before he ever met Carter

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The court heard that Roy III had tried to kill himself before he ever met Carter

Conrad Roy III (above) took his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014. Prosecutors argue Carter is criminally responsible because she encouraged him to kill himself

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Conrad Roy III (above) took his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014. Prosecutors argue Carter is criminally responsible because she encouraged him to kill himself

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Conrad Roy III (left and right) took his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014. Prosecutors argue Carter is criminally responsible because she encouraged him to kill himself

Days before the suicide, prosecutors say Carter wrote, ‘Don’t be scared. You’re finally to be happy in Heaven.’

‘When are you going to do it? Stop ignoring the question???? You can’t keep push [sic] it off,’ prosecutors claimed Carter texted Roy.

‘It’s inconceivable,’ said Claudette Roy-Viaol, Roy’s great aunt to ABC News. ‘I just don’t understand how someone could do that, to encourage someone they claimed to love.’

Roy had also attempted suicide and had been hospitalized before he met Carter.

In a text message sent two weeks before his suicide, he wrote of his desire to end his own life. ‘I can’t get better,’ he wrote. ‘I already made my decision.’

Roy’s body was found in the truck in Fairhaven, Massachusetts on July 13, 2014, after his parents reported him missing, and police found the text messages after looking through his phone.

Police found a gasoline-operate water pump in the back seat of the truck after he died. A coroner later ruled he died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Michelle Carter, who broke down in tears in Taunton Trial Court (pictured) took the witness stand on Monday 

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Michelle Carter, who broke down in tears in Taunton Trial Court (pictured) took the witness stand on Monday

FILE-- In this July 29, 2016, file photo Michelle Carter stands with her attorneys at the Bristol County Juvenile Court in Taunton, Mass. Jury selection is set to begin Monday, June 5, 2017, in the trial of Carter who is accused of sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself. (George Rizer/The Globe via AP, Pool, File)

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 Michelle Carter (pictured in court in July 2016) told the court her decision to waive the right to jury on Monday

FILE - In this Oct. 14, 2016, file photo, defendant Michelle Carter is seated inside Taunton Juvenile Court during a pretrial hearing in Taunton, Mass. Jury selection is set to begin Monday, June 5, 2017, in the trial of Carter who is accused of sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself. (Patrick Whittemore/The Boston Herald via AP, Pool, File)

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A judge will hear the testimony and issue the verdict in Carter’s (pictured in court in 2014) manslaughter trial

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The case involving Carter has drawn national attention after transcripts of those text messages were made public.

Even though Carter, who met Roy while on a vacation to Florida several years earlier, reportedly called herself his ‘girlfriend’, his friends and family said they never knew of the relationship.

Carter had also repeatedly posted online about how much she missed him, saying at one point, ‘I will never understand why this had to happen.’

In March, a controversial psychiatrist said Carter was ‘involuntarily intoxicated’ by prescribed antidepressants when she texted her boyfriend encouragement as he committed suicide.

Psychiatrist Dr Peter Breggin testified that Carter was not responsible because she was being treated with the antidepressant Celexa in 2014, which would have altered her brain and meant she wouldn’t have understood the impact of her texts to Roy.

Carter had posted on social media on the day Roy committed suicide saying he had 'gone too soon'

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Carter had posted on social media on the day Roy committed suicide saying he had ‘gone too soon’

‘She had no notion of wrongfulness on what she was doing,’ Dr Breggin told the court, according to 12WPRI.

Dr Breggin, who was hired by defense attorneys, said Carter loved Roy but experienced a metamorphosis due to her medication.

‘The impairment of being on the drugs while you are growing up – while you’re brain is maturing, while your frontal lobes are developing – you’re talking about being inundated with neurotoxic effects,’ he said.

Prosecutors criticized Dr Breggin’s credentials during cross-examination and sought to discredit him as an ‘extremist’ who was critical of antidepressants.

Assistant District Attorney Katie Rayburn pushed Dr Breggin to admit he only reached his conclusion about Carter based on medical records and the text exchange between her and Roy.

The judge did not rule on whether Dr Breggin can testify but the psychiatrist has been previously banned from testifying in other cases.

Carter’s defense team were granted a request late last year for funds to hire an expert to examine the antidepressant she was taking at the time.

Her attorney Joseph Cataldo said at the time the drug Celexa could be the key to her defense because it can increase suicidal thoughts.

For confidential help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

‘IT’S NOW OR NEVER’: MICHELLE CARTER’S TEXT MESSAGES TO CONRAD ROY

Prosecutors say Michelle Carter sent her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, dozens of text messages urging him to take his own life.

Carter’s lawyer argue that she tried repeatedly to talk him out of it and only began to support the plan when it became clear he would not change his mind.

Here are excerpts from their text exchanges, with messages cited by her lawyer first, followed by those cited by prosecutors:

June 29, 2014:

Carter: ‘But the mental hospital would help you. I know you don’t think it would but I’m telling you, if you give them a chance, they can save your life’

Carter: ‘Part of me wants you to try something and fail just so you can get help’

Roy: ‘It doesn’t help. trust me’

Carter: ‘So what are you gonna do then? Keep being all talk and no action and everyday go thru saying how badly you wanna kill yourself? Or are you gonna try to get better?’

Roy: ‘I can’t get better I already made my decision.’

July 7, 2014:

Roy: ‘If you were in my position. honestly what would you do’

Carter: ‘I would get help. That’s just me tho. When I have a serious problem like that, my first instinct is to get help because I know I can’t do it on my own’

Roy: ‘Well it’s too late I already gave up.’

Between July 6, 2014 and July 12, 2014:

Carter: ‘Always smile, and yeah, you have to just do it. You have everything you need. There is no way you can fail. Tonight is the night. It’s now or never.’

Carter: ‘(D)on’t be scared. You already made this decision and if you don’t do it tonight you’re gonna be thinking about it all the time and stuff all the rest of your life and be miserable.

You’re finally going to be happy in heaven. No more pain. No more bad thoughts and worries. You’ll be free.’

Carter: ‘I just want to make sure you’re being serious. Like I know you are, but I don’t know. You always say you’re gonna do it, but you never do. I just want to make sure tonight is the real thing.’

Carter: ‘When are you gonna do it? Stop ignoring the question’

Carter: ‘You can’t keep living this way. You just need to do it like you did the last time and not think about it and just do it, babe. You can’t keep doing this every day.

Roy: ‘I do want to but I’m like freaking for my family I guess. I don’t know.’

Carter: ‘Conrad, I told you I’ll take care of them. Everyone will take care of them to make sure they won’t be alone and people will help them get through it. We talked about this and they will be okay and accept it. People who commit suicide don’t think this much. They just could do it.’

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When did she start doing those Cara Delevigne eyebrows?

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She is going to get a lenient punishment and some desperate guy is going to marry her one day and make babies with her so her sociopath genes will be passed on.

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Insidious. Throw the book at her.

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Teenagers learn from others about behaviour. Maybe adults should treat each other with respect so that they learn to copy healthy behaviours not dysfunctional ones . Not saying that this is the case here necessarily but look around, read the comments on here and reflect.

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Sad on so many levels.

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Thought it was Cara Delavien (can’t spell it) at first glance!

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This is one sick and twisted girl.

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Calm those eyebrows down, gurl freeeend!

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There is an ongoing court case and yet comments are still allowed?

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Sociopath. Lock her up so she doesn’t hurt anyone else.

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At the end of the day he himself pulled the plug, sad but true

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Those brows are mesmerizing…

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Creepy looking. And they both had and have serious mental issues.

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EVIL WOMAN! Here’s hoping she burns in hell.

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The girl is a terrible and dark person, but looking at the law, I don’t see how they can get a homicide out of these charges. Was it morally wrong? Absolutely! But was it a homicide? I don’t think so. It will be interesting to see how the judge applies the law to this case. Terrible for the family!

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What a sick and twisted human she is.

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Give her 7 years in prison, out in 3 yrs. move on

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Wow. She has a huge forehead.

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She could of helped this poor chap so much but instead she tortured and forced him to do it.

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Those eyebrows though…caterpillars

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You seriously need some help!

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She should be charged with murder not manslaughter. She intentionally wanted him to die

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Well, at least we know if they go ahead and make a movie about this, Cara D. could play her.

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Our young people appear to be soulless.

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What a horrible evil twisted girl. She could do it again. Judge please jail her. What a shame. RIP

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The free speech amendment gives us the right to speak against the government, it’s what protects all the #notmypresident millennials from being hauled off in paddy wagons. It does not provide anyone any rights right to harass, threaten, or plan criminal activity. That’s why when angry millennials video people ranting -phobic and -ist comments at other citizens, they do mange to get them arrested or fired or run out of town. What this girl did is not free speech, not in a million years.

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Crazy chick is evil and heartless!

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Absolutely sick! She knew exactly what she was doing, and what he was going to do. Regardless of his previous attempts, she didn’t help, she contributed to this tradegy. RIP Conrad

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All she had to do was say let’s meet up up for a coffee, I’m worried about you.

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30 years, no less!

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What is wrong with people these days?

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Pretty and dumb!! Either she is mentally challenged or viciously guilty

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This woman is aPOS…she waived the jury trial because she figures she can pull her oh woe is me with one person (judge) but not 12……lock her up,

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Something is wrong with her. No normal person would do what she did. She needs to serve some time. Horrific. That poor boy’s mother.

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This young woman is about to live a terribly tormented life. The world needs to sort itself out with cyber bullying and other forms of harassment that modern communication devices make all too easy.

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Those are some heinous eyebrows.

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She wanted attention, she’s got it.

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Well there you have it. Her own words should convict her and put her behind bars for a very long time.

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Why didn’t he block her number?

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How could this young girl stop him from killing himself when his mother couldn’t?

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She sure does like to wear jailbird black and white stripes…subliminal message?

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She is pure evil May she rot in hell

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Wow, sister! talk about paving the road to hell for yourself.

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In certain shots she looks like Cara D., the model.

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Looks like Cara Delevine

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It’s crazy when you think about the impact of the 40 text messages urging him. We are only seeing 3 or 4.

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She should never get out of jail. Pure evil.

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its a horrible situation, she’s a horrible person. but cmon, you cant make some one do something they dont want to especially with something so permanent. he had his own mind and made his own decisions. what she should have done is turn him in and get him some help. and thats why she’s a horrible person. she could have stopped him, call his parents, tell the school social worker, call the police.

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What’s with her eyebrows?

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She has male pattern baldness. Very receding hairline.

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Why support his plan? Why not just tell him mom? Clearly he needed help. This is what we have to expect from our young people? We are in for a sad state of affairs.

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nothing will ever bring the young man back, RIP. it is a small concession, though still one that she said it was her fault, she told him to get back in the car. the whole thing is so tragic. RIP to the young man. peace to the grieving hearts of his family and friends.

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