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Massachusetts Supreme Court Upholds Michelle Carter’s Conviction

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of Michelle Carter, the woman who encourage her friend to kill himself.

In 2017 Carter was convicted in connection of Conrad Roy’s death.

In 2014, after Carter sent Roy 1000’s of text messages encouraging him to kill himself, Roy took his own life. Not only did Carter send text messages, but she also told Roy where, when and how to do it. Carter listened on the phone as Conrad sat in a truck filling with carbon monoxide, until he died. At one moment, Roy had got out of the truck and told Carter that he didn’t want to do it. Carter yelled at him to “get back in the f***ing truck.”

After being convicted, Carter appealed the case to the Massachusetts Supreme Court. Carter’s appeal was denied.

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