Woman found guilty in texting suicide trial

Michelle Carter, a 20-year-old who was accused of urging her then-boyfriend to commit suicide three years ago, has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a Massachusetts judge.
3:53 | 06/16/17

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This quarter first fine. That the commonwealth has proven beyond a reasonable doubt. That the actions taken by mr. Cotter. As to the period from June 30 to July 12. Constituted wanton and reckless conduct by her. Dish we got. In series history. Of the well being of mr. Caldwell that's not true. To act. Time period. That's sick reckless pull wanton behavior. Cause the death of mr. Roy. It is apparent that it's cool what he knew reviewing the evidence. That mr. Roy was struggling with his issues. And seeing a way to address them. And took significant actions of his own. Put that had. He's restrict what it stands. He spoke of faith continually. He secured the generator he secured the water upon you researched how to fix the generator. He located a vehicle in an on noticeable area. And commands to detect. Ice time. When mr. cada realizes that missed the ruling that exited the truck. She instructing him to get back into the truck. Would she have reason to know. Is or is becoming a toxic environment. Inconsistent with human life. She is mind. Net profits in the truck. Will take approximately fifteen games this court finds. In instructing me is that relate to get back in the truck. Constitute will will. And record ups are wanting Embraer was caught. Bias cut. Creating a situation. Where there is a high degree of likelihood. That substantial pond would result naturally. Misguided no. Do her own alienation. That mr. Lloyd has follow her instructions. As she indicates in various text messages subsequently created to some of her friends. She indicates that she in game clock. And he can't hear the loud noise of them all consequently this court has found. That the commonwealth has proven beyond a reasonable doubt. In this guy's actions can also hurt failure to act. Wish she had a self created duty to mr. Roy. Said she had put him into that toxic environment. Constituted. Each an all watching and reckless conduct. In his glut where the fire that alcohol has proven beyond a reasonable doubt. That said conduct cause the death. Of mr. rule. I reviewed the evidence and apply the law it too. Now finds you guilty. On the indictment jockeying youth with the involuntary manslaughter of the person Conrad lawyer mr. This court where the plot that the commonwealth has proven beyond a reasonable doubt if you are youthful offender. And you are right your show at this time. You may be seated that Bernard now recorded ended in writing as well.

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