Massachusetts.-a Court of the United States upheld the conviction of a woman who encouraged her boyfriend to suicide in 2014. Michelle Carter, now aged 22, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and was ordered to adhere to 15 years in prison in 2017, but remained free while pursuing appeals. United States courts heard that bombed her boyfriend Conrad Roy III with text messages urging you to suicide, and ordered him to return to a truck full of toxic gases. Conrad, then for 18 years, took his life after filling his truck parked with carbon monoxide from a generator in a parking lot in 2014.
Photo: Pixabay Carter attorneys had argued that she not forced him to take his life, but prosecutors said that you could have him arrested and, on the other hand, encouraged it. She was convicted of manslaughter and jailed for two years and a half in 2017, and was ordered to adhere to his conviction at least for 15 months.
Photo: AFP now the superior court of Massachusetts has confirmed the conviction of Carter, so it will fulfill his sentence behind bars. The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ruled that the evidence showed that the conduct of Michelle Carter caused the suicide of Conrad Roy III in 2014.
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