Michelle carter

Justice has been served in the case of a sick woman who encouraged her teenage boyfriend to kill himself via phone calls and text messages in 2014.

On Friday, a Massachusetts judge convicted Michelle Carter, 20, of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging then-boyfriend Conrad Roy to take his own life.

Carter, who pleaded not guilty, waived a jury trial and took her chances with a bench trial.

Carter was 17 when she instructed the 18-year-old to commit suicide by sitting in his car and inhaling carbon monoxide.

At one point, Conrad panicked and got out of the vehicle.

“I could’ve stopped him.” Carter bragged to a friend in a text afterward. She said Conrad “got out of the car … he was scared.”

Carter texted that she “told him to get back in.”

“This court finds that instructing Mr. Roy to get back in the truck constituted wanton and reckless conduct,” said Judge Lawrence Moniz before announcing the verdict.

Muniz described the lack of empathy exhibited by Carter when she callously instructed him to lock himself in the car “knowing of all of the feelings he [had] exchanged with her, his ambiguities, his fears, his concerns.”

In a series of text messages, Carter pushed Conrad to kill himself after he showed signs of reluctance:

Carter: “So are you sure you don’t wanna [kill yourself] tonight?”

Roy: “What do you mean am I sure?”

Carter: “Like, are you definitely not doing it tonight?”

Roy: “[I don’t know] yet I’ll let you know”

Carter: “Because I’ll stay up with you if you wanna do it tonight”

Roy: “Another day wouldn’t hurt”

Carter: “You can’t keep pushing it off, tho, that’s all you keep doing”

In her opening statement, Prosecutor Maryclare Flynn argued that Carter “used Conrad as a pawn in a sick game of life and death for attention.”

The prosecutor read multiple text messages sent by Carter to her friends telling them she stayed on the phone with Conrad while he took his own life.

On July 21, Carter texted a classmate that Roy’s mother told her that detectives were examining Conrad’s text messages.

“They have to go through his phone and see if anyone encouraged him to do it,” Carter texted. “I’m done. His family will hate me and I could go to jail.”

Carter broke down and cried before the judge announced his verdict on Friday.

She faces 20 years in prison at her sentencing hearing.




  • YES I SAID IT…

    Even though the boyfriend was an idiot to even listen to her, I’m glad they found her mean hateful crazy asss guilty!

  • Gamer?? Chick

    I know that you can’t ever tell the state of someone’s mind state, but he was stupid to do this shit.

    She’s dead wrong for her part I just can’t fathom….

    Hope he finds peace wherever he is.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    You can’t fathom because you’ve probably never dealt with a narcissist. These people are master manipulators. They purposely seek out the weakest among us. Google the text messages where she pushes him to take his own life. He did it because he thought she loved him.

  • JV

    That’s what you get. No one feels sorry for you.

  • NicoleZee

    I was just reading about this. Number one, what idiot would kill themselves just because someone tells them to??? Number two, why didn’t he just cut her dumb ass out of his life. Number three, how the hell can you get prison time for telling someone to do something??? And finally, so if I tell someone to rob a bank and kill people, will I be tried and convicted too??? This is a stupid case. The responsibility falls on the victim; he chose to kill himself and he chose to keep dealing with her. If anything she should get time for being stupid and annoying, but she did not kill him, HE killed himself. We need to spend more time on actual crimes that deserve harsher sentences like rape and child molestation. If someone decides to take the easy way out and kill themselves, that is their choice. In this instance, they found a convenient person to blame. They are sending her to prison because a young man killed HIMSELF, WTF??? SMDH at this country half the time! Ridiculous. Life can really suck sometimes, but no way in hell would I allow someone to encourage me to kill myself. That means they win! No bitch, I win by living!!!!

  • Gamer?? Chick

    Oh I get it Sandra as I’m pretty sure he wasn’t all there. I’ve read up on this case and she does fit the description of a narcissist.

    Evil is very real I do know that.

  • NicoleZee

    I understand that Ms. Sandra, but he should have cut her out of his life and should have told someone. The blame is on him. She did not kill him. She was wrong for encouraging him to commit suicide, but he chose to do it. Living is his responsibility, not hers. I don’t get the logic, or the lack thereof in this case. Suicide is committed by the person that wants to die, not by someone else. He was wrong, and she is wrong for being a dumb bully, but prison time for this??? Naw! There are actual sick criminals in the world that need to be put away. This case was a waste of time and money when child molesters, rapists, and actual murderers get away with their crimes 24/7.

  • Yoni7

    And only in America are they now (trying to) charge drug dealers for murder if a person dies of a heroin overdose.
    #ytfolkslogic
    #itsonlyanepidemicbecauseytfolksaredyingfromit

  • stav

    I get what you’re saying, however mental illness is NOT to be played with. You do not know that young man’s stability level( which obviously he wasn’t stable at all) you do not know where his mind was, and obviously he was in need of a lot of help. So it’s easy when you’re on the outside looking in to come to your conclusion , however Mental illness would disagree with what you’re saying as do I . She could have coaxed that young man to get out of that car and to seek help from his parents, or a professional if his thoughts and illness had taken him to the level of contemplating suicide.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    “what idiot would kill themselves just because someone tells them to?”
    —————-

    Narcissists are beautiful to look at but those monsters are master manipulators. They seek out the weakest and manipulate them. He thought she loved him.

  • Queen of EVERYTHING

    Survival of the fittest. Conrad wasn’t too fit ?????

  • HIS4EVA

    for crying out loud the girl asked him why do you keep putting it off? She is a sicko… anyone tht would get joy out of his pain…

  • Queen of EVERYTHING

    Good for her ass for getting the guilty plea. She is a sociopathic narcissist for sure.

  • NicoleZee

    I’ve dealt with pure evil and hateful people and I did the right thing by cutting them out of my life. Not sure why this young man couldn’t or wouldn’t do the same. Had he done that, he probably would still be alive. He should have just gone to the police, not kill himself. Who does that??? I guess my mean streak and backbone work for me. I’m quick to tell folks to go fuck themselves. I have too much to live for and look forward too. Never would I allow someone to bully me like that; they’d be the ones needing an ambulance and the coroner!

  • Yoni7

    I’m so glad they found her guilty!

  • MrTomalu .

    There was a case decades ago that involved a heavy metal band’s lyrics. A youngster killed himself while listening. Verdict was “No. Words from someone can’t make you kill yourself.” She can appeal.

  • Alicia.Ashe

    She looks like a man. Glad she was evicted.

  • HIS4EVA

    SOF is right and unfortunately some minds are weaker than others. no telling wat he has been thru. Some people do need protection- and this bish didnt provide it. God bless all who are mentally strong but i hate when ppl prey on the weak.

  • Coy little wink

    This DEMON

  • Anunnaki

    These same cave demons watch our people get tutured hanging them from trees cutting off penis for keepsake. Laughing about it as we suffered. So oh well.

  • NaeNay

    That’s a girl?

  • NicoleZee

    But what I don’t understand is why he didn’t just tell someone or just ignore her calls and messages, even block her number. I’m not understanding. When someone harasses me, I ignore them and in some instances, just change my number. I would have gone to the police if her behavior continued. And where did it say that this young man was mentally ill??? Do we actually know that for a fact??? Was he seeing a psychiatrist or taking medication??? I just don’t think all of the blame should be on this young lady. Her behavior was all the way wrong, but they are punishing the wrong person. He chose to allow her to bully and harass him, I just don’t get why she is being punished when he is the one that took his own life, that’s all. She’s an idiot, yes, but giving her prison time when people get a slap on the wrist for more serious crimes is unfathomable.

  • Renee26

    They both dumb…may she rot in prison with her funny lookin butt

  • HIS4EVA

    i believe by her instructing him to get back in the carbon monoxide filled car was wanton & reckless conduct

  • Yoni7

    SHE….looks like a he……with a HERPE……on her lip.

  • Queen of EVERYTHING

    I feel you. Buuuuuut, you know how terribly crowded it would be if Natural Selection didn’t work? IJS

  • Renee26

    He sure wasn’t! If I had gotten texts like that it would have been a wake up call for me. I would know this person was out to see me fail and be determined to show her different

  • Desiree Edwards

    This is a big difference. I will tell you why….She was actively texting him leading up to the moments where he was actually about to take his life. She could’ve easily contacted police or his parents to prevent him from doing it. She’s an accessory to his suicide.

    She even told him how to do and how long it would take and how painless it would be!

    She needs to do serious time, who is she to encourage someone to kill themselves?

  • Renee26

    He thought she loved him.

    He must have been slow

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    A narcissist wouldn’t target you because you aren’t weak. They know they can’t manipulate you. Narcissists are like vampires; they suck the life out of you then move on to their next target. Conrad was the perfect target because he was depressed, and therefore he was weak in her mind. Narcissists hate weakness in people because they themselves are weak.

  • HIS4EVA

    very tru. i watch alot of nature programs and pbs. even those little babies dont make it thru migration, winters or just the natural selection of life. the weak must die. #sosad #imacrybaby

  • HIS4EVA

    probably why she did it. miserable bish! Hey Yoni!

  • Please Stop The Madness

    Dis is why I continue to love you. with all my heart

  • Ryan

    That is one ugly woman. Anyway, her white ass will probably get 6 months probation, if that.

  • NicoleZee

    I know Ms. Sandra, but even when I was that age, I had a mind of my own. I controlled myself and did not do what other people said. I’m still that way now! I was never good at being told what to do, imagine what that was like for my parents, teachers, etc.??! I just don’t get this case. Narcissist or not, suicide is no one’s fault but the person that decides to kill themselves, That’s just my opinion. So if someone kills themselves because the mortgage company forecloses on their home, should they try Wells Fargo or Bank of America for murder or manslaughter??? That would make no sense. As human beings, I think we need to take responsibility for our own behavior and if we need help, we need to get it and stop being so easily influenced by dumb asses like that young woman.

  • HIS4EVA

    agreed.

  • stav

    When someone is capable of committing or contemplating suicide do you not think there is a mental/emotional issue there? This girl is blood guilty , she had the capabilities to prevent a death and she encouraged it.

  • JV

    “But what I don’t understand is why he didn’t just tell someone or just ignore her calls and messages, even block her number. I’m not understanding.”

    Because he was emotionally manipulated to the point of basing his self-worth on this girl’s opinion of him. He was delusional.

  • MrTomalu .

    lol to “Who is she…”. If someon encouraged you to jump off a bridge, would you? Words can’t commit murder.

  • Yoni7

    Hey girl, hey!

  • n1kk1a

    It was wrong, yes, but 20 years seems a little excessive.

  • Yoni7

    Luh yu lung ty…..

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    A narcissist would never target you, dear. Narcissists are experts at spotting the weakest people and exploiting their weaknesses.

  • Yoni7

    Shoulda added another 0.

  • NicoleZee

    This guy was not that smart. I guess I’m just different as everyone says, Had she talked to me like that, I would have just cursed her out, then waited for her to touch me so I could beat the shit out of her if she didn’t leave me alone, that’s what I was like as a teenager. I was always fighting for some reason or another. Now I just walk away and ignore dummies, change my number, go to the police, etc. I would never have allowed someone to encourage me to end my life. Never.

  • http://realitytea.com/ Lady Chatterley’s Lover

    IMO this right here is more evil then someone putting a gun to your head.

  • Ryan

    So you’re pro-murderer. Aight then. Anyway, she was still convicted, “only words” or not. She already looks prison ready so *shrugging*

  • stav

    If not delusional , I would say caught up in adolescent lust, desire, as well as many other issues. Being his age today is different from when we were his age. This is the age of cameras, social media, and all the things that you go through at that age which can be embarrassing and humiliating is now seen by all, as well as other issues. I can see how difficult it is to be a teen today( most certainly not condoning suicide or the thought)

  • Locapoca

    I know it took all the strength of Jesus Mary and all the disciples for that boys mother to not wop this bish upside her manipulative sick and twisted head. When your kids start dating you just hope and pray they choose someone that wants the best for them and truly cares…. not a Wolf in Sheeps clothing

  • JV

    She was tried as minor though, because she was 17 when she committed the crime. I doubt she sees 10 frankly, but it really depends on Massachusetts law.

  • Renee26

    She looks like Stewie from the Family Guy

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The judge looked at the totality of the text messages she sent and concluded correctly that she was a monster who targeted and exploited a weak teenager. Conrad would be alive today if it wasn’t for her toxic texts.

  • Please Stop The Madness

    lmao

  • NicoleZee

    Yes, of course, suicidal people are unstable, but I also know people that fake mental illness and suicidal behavior just to get attention and just to get someone to feel sorry for them. I have a relative like that. He manipulates and lies for attention and to get sympathy, so I don’t really deal with him. I’m not Dr. Phil, I don’t want to hear about people’s problems; we all have them. Therapists go to school and become professionals for a reason. Even if someone encourages you to do something, it does not mean that you have to do it. They call it a backbone for a reason, and I have a good one and a huge set of balls. Teachers used to tell me I was pretty bold and that has never changed. Let someone tell me to kill myself just one time; I’ll be the one walking away in handcuffs and being fitted for my orange jumpsuit! The last guy I dated said he was afraid of me, that should tell you right there that I’m the last person to let anyone influence me into doing something stupid.

  • HIS4EVA

    very much so. nothing worst then ppl who pretend to have ur best interest. only to find out they are a snake in the grass
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7afabe7fd60d7455c887bb030076bd4e60c56c985d42a28d340659f4609d67db.jpg

  • YES I SAID IT…

    Me too, I am too strong minded to allow anyone to convince me to harm myself or kill myself. I would tell them them fuk off and quick. This poor lost soul had low self-esteem and probably had parents that were around but not really there for him that’s why he was looking for love and acceptance in all the wrong places.

  • JV

    lol

  • Please Stop The Madness

    fgdkjgbfndbgjkdfbgkjdnjk you win

  • Yoni7

    ….wit a wig on. LOL

  • Please Stop The Madness

    Listened to him moan. He got out. She told him get his ass back in that trunk. I agree

  • JV
  • stav

    It says faces 20yrs, she hasn’t been sentenced yet , and I’m sure she’ll do a very small fraction of that , if any time at all!

  • stav

    Doesn’t seem he was faking if he went through with it, with her encouragement!

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    The judge knows the law a lot better than you or me, heard all the evidence, and then found her guilty.

    I’m going to trust his judgment on this one.

  • imright

    she looks like her parents are siblings.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    She wasnt charged with murder. She was charged with involuntary manslaughter. And she’s now guilty.

  • NicoleZee

    And I also think some responsibility lies with the parents. How can you not know that something is up with your child??? Are parents really that dumb and blind??? I do not want to raise my child the way I was raised where talking about certain issues was embarrassing. I plan to talk to my son about everything, and I’ll be on him like I’m his Siamese twin! I’m not raising an idiot or a weak link. If my son is anything like me or hid father, he’ll have a big set of balls and a mouth, so I’m not too worried about him. You ride or die for your kids, but you don’t go around blaming people when your kids decide to do something stupid. Parents have to teach children responsibility. In this case, both parties were to blame. This young lady was wrong, but the young man kept allowing her in his life when he didn’t have to. People only do what you allow. I’m sorry he died, but he should have left this chick alone long time ago and his parents should have done something and been more vigilant about what was going on with him.

  • jeniefrumdabloc™

    words are powerful it will seal your fate …. judicial justice and Karmic justice have been served … nothing to see here …. people make conscious decisions going forward … if you know it wrong don’t. … because it will come back to you

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    True, and there are monsters out there waiting to exploit their weaknesses.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    I’d probably give her maybe 6-8 years or so.
    She has to do prison time for this, no probation or suspended sentence.

  • NicoleZee

    I know. I was just giving that example of how anyone can be manipulative. So you never know who is being truthful about what is going on with them. Everyone should be careful about who they allow in their lives. If someone is encouraging you to kill yourself, that should be a HUGE red flag where you remove yourself from the situation. And if they don’t leave you alone, know what steps to take by contacting the police, lawyers, etc. There are ways to do things. But ending your life is NEVER a solution no matter what you are going through.

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    We have a narcissist in the White House too. To me, he’s evil in his own way.

  • stav

    Easier said than done when someone is weak, emotional , mentally fragile, and probably thought she genuinely cared for him.

  • Coffee1st

    I disagree. There are too many emotionally/mentally fragile people out here for her to play sick games with….. Including children. She doesn’t have the moral or empathic aptitude to function safely in society. She’s a killer.

  • NicoleZee

    But why didn’t he just block her number or change his??? I’ve had to do that in the past, did it recently when a guy I dated wouldn’t leave me alone. I hate that he ended his life; this could have been prevented in so many ways. I can’t believe sometimes how some people are so easily influenced and manipulated by others. I guess ignoring people or walking away isn’t enough these days. Yes, this chick is evil, but Conrad should have just left her alone, ignored her, gone to the police, or done something other than end his life.

  • HIS4EVA

    SN- yall c J buggin on twitter?!

  • Athena Panagakos

    Well said! ?

  • NicoleZee

    Yes, it is excessive. Now, I’m not condoning what this young lady did, but she didn’t kill him, she just encouraged him to do something horrible and he took the bait. As parents, we have to do better, They were teenagers when all of this happened. We need to teach our children to stand up for themselves and to go and get help when they need it. Had my son come to me with some mess like this, I definitely would have done something if she wouldn’t leave him alone. I’m like a mama bear that protects her cubs, I’ll sit in prison for protecting and saving my son, it would be well worth it. I almost died having him, he is my responsibility as long as I have air in my lungs. That’s my little boy, anyone messes with him, will have to deal with me, and unless someone wants to end up on life support or with missing limbs, no one should ever try to harm my son, period.

  • Jahnée Gill Mr.Eddie Murphy

    She looks like Charles Lee Ray aka Chucky.

  • NicoleZee

    Not even Jesus would have kept me from getting in her ass. I would have put a stop to it after the first text message. Me doing time is a lot better than having a dead kid. Real talk. I can’t speak for other parents, only myself. I have an only child and went through holy hell trying to get him here. No one messes with him, no one. Probably no one has ever stood up to this chick, that’s why she did what she did. I am quite sure she has bullied others. I’m not easily influenced or afraid of anyone, I wish I could have gotten my hands on her, just once is all I would have needed!!

  • E-VannaRootsAllEvil

    Damn she do

  • Wile E. Coli

    Oh.. the things I could say here about other jury decisions.. but I won’t.

  • Evillene

    She’s clearly a disturbed, evil person BUT how do you get convicted of homicide just for encouraging someone to commit suicide? Where is the coercion? How was victim under duress? He was mentally unstable. But she probably deserves to be in prison just for being hateful, sick and cruel.

  • Wile E. Coli

    what? I have to commend this crew today as yours is the only racist post so far.. I am impressed.

  • Wile E. Coli

    But what about the rest of her.

  • NicoleZee

    I don’t get it either, I am very confused by the verdict. She’s stupid and evil, yes, but a criminal for influencing suicide??? No. The possible sentence does not fit the crime, and suicide is not a crime, it is a personal choice. I think people just wanted someone to punish and in this case, it’s her.

  • Harley

    disgusting WHITE thug

  • Harley

    thank you!

  • AJ
  • Harley

    He was mentally ill and depressed. Education has nothing to do with it. Depression attacks and common sense goes out the door. She PREYED on him and she got what she deserved

  • IAmLegend

    The fact that he was mentally unstable and she knowingly took advantage of it is the duress. I’m still not sure it should be a manslaughter conviction tho. This should be more like a second degree murder conviction.

  • NYTimes#1Bestseller

    Sheer evil. She’ll get what’s coming to her

  • JV

    “how do you get convicted of homicide just for encouraging someone to commit suicide?”

    She was convicted of involuntary manslaughter, not homicide. I would’ve convicted for something more akin to gross negligent criminal misconduct, but I’m not mad at all she got the more serious conviction. Hard to feel sorry for her.

  • tt

    Stupid “bench” had you not taken the “bitch” trial you would’ve got off.

  • NYTimes#1Bestseller

    She’ll do five years max probably. She’s white. White privilege is on her side.

  • Oh Tommie

    She deserves that whole 20

  • IAmLegend
  • JV

    jury or not I think she’d have been convicted. She isn’t a very sympathetic character.

  • NeverSurprised

    Judge refuses to declare a mistrial. Sends Cosby jury back a second time after they tell him they are still hopelessly deadlocked. Asked for a re-reading of the definition of reasonable doubt. Cosby attorney demands a declaration of mistrial. Contends some jurors are attempting to sway holdouts by insinuating that their doubt is “unreasonable.”

    Judge asks Cosby attorney to provide case law supporting his contention that the judge has an obligation to declare a mistrial given the length of the deliberations.

    Hope the holdouts stay strong.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/bill-cosby-scandal/cosby-trial-deadlocked-jury-deliberates-day-5-n773261

  • Mr.LeBrickJames

    Meanwhile, OT:
    Officer who shot and killed Philando Castile acquitted on all charges.
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/16/us/philando-castile-trial-verdict/index.html

    Not really a surprise.

  • teather

    Heartbreaking but no surprise here.

  • BlahBlahBlah

    @never surprised, never be surprised. I found, found…a phone, made 2 calls on it, turned it in and still a judge wanted to sentence me to 2 weeks in jail. They (gov’t, state authorities) do anything to get us that number.

  • teather

    I concur! Stay strong. You can’t justify that case, in any way. Nobody absolves him from everything he’s ever done, allegedly. But, this is not the case to prosecute. They should have done this ages ago.

  • BacktolurkingIgo

    Terrible but no surprise smdh

  • teather

    They need to hold the victim responsible for himself. She didn’t kill him. Encouragement is not a crime. I think this trial was fixed. His family must have money and hers does not. She goes to prison and the guy who rapes an unconscious women repeatedly gets probation?? Just everyone say that we need a total overhaul of our legal system from top to bottom. It needs an enema.

  • fluffi3

    what, u mean this “all american, blue eye’d blonde” didn’t get off? Shocking

  • Renee26

    ???

  • starbright9449

    She’s a narcissistic, evil, psycho trick but I don’t think anyone should be charged for the actions of someone else. She definitely encouraged, coached and even went just short of bullying him to do it but she didn’t put a gun to his head. When she told him to get back in the car, he could’ve told her “no and he changed his mind”.

  • chris

    Pure evil

  • TheOwley

    Just don’t tell anyone to go kill themselves. According to this, if they do, you are criminally liable.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    SMR: Carter, who pleaded not guilty, waived a jury trial and took her chances with a bench trial.

    Her lawyer didn’t tell her that only law enforcement ask for bench trials?

    Oh well. Too bad white chick.

  • TheOwley

    I think they will appeal and this thing may be overturned.

  • TheOwley

    Had she told him to go to a country where they do euthanasia for depression and he died, would she have still been found criminally liable. Slippery slope.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Still asking for a jury trial is a better strategy.

    Judges know the law too well and they won’t fall for any of the BS that most defense lawyers try to throw into the trial while the defense can get at least one juror who is sympathetic to the defendant and get a hung jury.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    When I heard she waived a jury trial, I thought she would be acquitted because judges are more lenient than juries.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    You’re minimizing her actions. She sent text messages to him over a span of 11 days coercing and pressuring him to kill himself. She even asked him for his parents phone numbers so she could call them after he committed suicide. And after he took his life, she didn’t bother calling his parents.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    You’re right. I didn’t think of it that way.

  • Elevated Soul

    Morally she’s guilty as he!! but I just don’t feel she committed a crime…Clearly her ex had some issues.

  • TheOwley

    Assisted suicide then? It’s illegal except in Oregon for terminal illness. The man was depressed and suicidal and did online research on suicide methods. I think she’s a reprehensible twit for her involvement but if we are going down this slippery slope, that you will be held criminally responsible if you say oh go kill yourself. I’ve seen that a lot on comments sections. Imagine wives and girlfriends that threaten to do it and the guy says, do it. Is he going to jail too when they do.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    No. But that’s not what she did. She took pleasure in encouraging him to commit suicide her way, for her own sick amusement. She even told him the manner in which he should do it.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I watched the longer version of the judge’s verdict on Youtube. The judge said she wasn’t guilty of coercing him to kill himself. He convicted her of telling Roy to get back into the car knowing he would die if he did. The judge understood that she completely manipulated that boy. Society is better off without her on the streets.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The judge said she wasn’t responsible for his 1st suicide attempt. But he faulted her for telling Roy to get back in the vehicle after he panicked and got out.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Another narcissist.

  • TheOwley

    No. In fact, the opposite. I was being sarcastic but in seriousness, my sentiment does not mean she gets a pass for her reprehensible and morally corrupt actions. The charges should not have gone beyond illegally assisting a suicide (Oregon allows it for terminal illness). He did online research on suicide methods. Had she told him to travel to Belgium where suicide is assisted by the healthcare system for depression now, would she still have been held criminally responsible had he travelled there and get the deed done. I care more about where this is leading and case law is being established on a slippery slope.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Exactly. She was like an animal on the hunt. Once she targeted Roy, and she learned he was suicidal, she was determined to make him kill himself.

  • Faithz

    Lock her up before she talk some other
    weak minded person to kill themselves.

  • luVn_liFe…

    what a vile, wicked person.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    The judge convicted her for telling him to get back in the car after he lost his nerve. The judge understood that she could have called 911, his parents, etc. But she didn’t. She told him to get back in the car.

  • luVn_liFe…

    well pretty is a bit much

  • Faithz

    Michelle kind of remind me of Cara Delevingne, that friend of Rihanna.

  • AJ

    Yep.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    According to their text messages, she got upset every time he changed his mind about killing himself. She even asked him for his parents’ numbers so she could call and comfort them after he died. Then, after he killed himself, the sick bish didn’t bother calling anyone.

  • 2telldatruth

    She looks turrrrrible!

  • NYTimes#1Bestseller

    Wow. That’s ashame. Smdh

  • Wakando Shamar Taylor

    so I guess the phrase “kill yoself” will get u arrested now

  • TheOwley

    Well, somebody gets it. But a discussion about legalities and just punishment makes you a monster apparently. ***An no, this is by no means a defense of the girl.*** A terrible legal precedence is being set here. There seems to be judicial over reach and appeals courts don’t like that. It will be overturned. Why? Why was she charged with Involuntary Manslaughter (def: the crime of killing another human being unlawfully but unintentionally). How is this Unintentional? He wanted to die and she pushed him along with the intended outcome reached. This is not the correct charge IMO (I blame the DA). Also we don’t have clear national legislation about suicide and what should happen to people that enable the act. And this is what you get. What is the specific law in MA for enabling a suicide specifically. That is wha they should have pursued.
    http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/involuntary-manslaughter-overview.html

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    She looks like Black China bowl’s white twin sister.

  • Allihave2say

    A few things here:
    1. She is rightfully convicted. However by finding her a juvenile defendant her sentence will be lighter than if found as an adult.
    2. People on social media who tell others to kill themselves should also be held liable when that person does it. You never know a person’s frame of mind.
    3. Not all narcissists are sociopaths but all sociopaths are narcissists. I just wonder if she is sociopathic.

  • Allihave2say

    She will do the same while in prison.

  • Allihave2say

    Influence is huge in social experiences. She repeatedly encouraged him to kill himself even in times when he stated he had changed his mind and wanted to live.
    She wanted to see how much power an authority she had over another human life. She liked being in control of his life. She is a Charles Manson in the making.

  • Allihave2say

    Sandra there were reports that she called the sister and tauntingly questioned if they had found him yet. She even gave him a location he could use to die where he wouldn’t be easily found. He changed his mind there and she told him to get back into the truck and do it.

  • Allihave2say

    One more thing, “Clearly her ex had some issues if he was so weak that he killed himself” mental illness is very real and often times misdiagnosed or missed all together. She exploited his condition and his weakness.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I know. This is what I’ve explained to those who question the judge’s verdict.

  • Allihave2say

    Ok.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    He thought she loved him, but the extent of her interest in him was to urge him to kill himself.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I think she’s a sociopath because she’s sadistic. Only a sadist would take joy in a helpless person killing themselves.

  • Gina

    imagine if you saw someone drowning .Instead of helping them you stand there and keep yelling at them” It’s no use to fight just drown already” Did you drown them physically? No but you also didn’t get them any help and you broke their spirit to fight ,all of this changed everything and contributed to their demise Same as this case ..

  • TheOwley

    I get all that. We can all agree her actions were scum. I’m not defending her. No one is. We are now saying that telling someone to just go do ‘it’ (regardless if you are scum or not) and do it like this and that, and they do it, there is criminally liability. There are plenty of ‘how to’ online which he searched BTW. We are going down a certain legal slope and no one wants to discuss that. I believe she is guilty of deprived indifference but you have to bridge that with criminal intent thus the invol. manslaughter charge. If you read both, it does not. I think this is what she did which is illegal.
    http://healthcare.findlaw.com/patient-rights/is-it-against-the-law-to-help-someone-else-commit-suicide.html
    What is the charge and sentencing for this? Difficult to find the answers but if you do, share.

  • jazzysmith12

    You are so gorgeous but too white jesus brainwashed.

  • jazzysmith12

    She’s evil as well as the cave Neanderthal racist yte men.A YTE man can rape any woman in Amerikkka and get off with community service!!!!!

  • jazzysmith12

    We lost Africa and went into sl!very because the c00n black men were too amazed by BECKY crusty azzz p!ssy!!!!

  • TheOwley

    No it’s not. How about someone trying to jump from a building, or drinking poison, or they have a gun to their heads. It makes someone a terrible human being for saying do it. Criminally liable? No. You are also not criminally liable if you see someone being chased by someone with an ax and did nothing. Or found someone laying on the road and went around. We can do this all day. Separate the emotions (terrible morally corrupt) from the legal (not criminal liable). BTW, don’t personalize it. I would help in all those circumstances, this is not about me. Here is what IM means: You were driving drunk, or ran a red light, or were speeding, and killed someone crossing the street. Your actions constitute depravity for life but unintentionally killed that person. Let’s get back to this case. What did she do? She did all terrible immoral things. Did it result in an unintentional negative act; suicide, yes. It actually resulted in the intentional suicide. The charges don’t match. It does match assisted suicide which is illegal. She is still a terrible person and engaged in activities which resulted in death. Charge her accordingly. I don’t believe she was.

  • SunnyChi

    I hope she gets the maxium. Just evil.

  • Allihave2say

    I wholly agree.

  • Allihave2say

    Yes. She saw his weakness and it built her strength if you will. She likes power. There will be plenty of times while incarcerated that she does the same thing. She’ll learn to leave less of a paper trail over time. Prison will sharp her skills.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Judges are only lenient on cops.

    They convict everyone else.

  • Ryan

    And hold up – what kind of trash TALKS SOMEBODY THROUGH A SUICIDE. Think about it. SMH

  • scentsychick30

    Lock this trash up she isn’t pure evil.

  • Shaun M

    Narcissistic personality types are evil and will do most anything to harm you.

  • http://worldstarhiphop.com/ The Dutchess

    wtf is wrong with these kids today??

  • Ryan

    And you still have people saying that she didn’t commit a crime. Trash.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Minutes before he killed himself, she asked him if he deleted all the texts.

  • Nita

    That’s what her trash ass gets no one feels sorry for you bitch

  • 1shy112

    Who gets that bored ?!!! Should have went bundgy jumping if you needed some excitement stupid bishhh!!! Ugh!!!

  • ER

    Good lock her ass up I’m sure she will be convinced to be someone’s girlfriend!!

  • Harley

    yep she is a demon and I hope they lock her up for a LONG time

  • Shaun M

    That’s probably the reason why she targeted him because she sensed something about him. Those personalitiy disordered individuals target certain people to abuse and misuse. They are evil!

  • Shaun M

    Those lifeless and cold eyes!

  • Allihave2say

    Sociopaths will always protect themselves. She KNEW what she was doing was wrong enough to cover her tracks but just didn’t care about his life at all. I pray they lock her up until she’s old and gray. She should give her life for the life she took.

  • Youshockedme

    This girl has a black heart she is pure evil iam now convinced that some people are born evil and she is one of them how do you find pleasure in listening to someone die omg i would lose my mind trying to get to them…she is heartless and deep down her parents know it

  • Clock

    She looks inbred. Just awful

  • Jussjess25

    What kind of sick psychopathic individual encourages someone to kill themselves?? Like this horrible worthless humanbeing should be put away for a long time ??. Wow

  • Jussjess25

    Ooo yea that model gay chick

  • EMILY POST

    Well hell black mothers need to sue the music industry for all that death they help encourage.

  • EMILY POST

    She looks like that Cara model.

  • MistaO

    She’s ugly inside and out.

  • 2gr8ful

    Why is she crying now?? When she was at the beach having fun with her friends and sending him those horrific messages she wasn’t crying then…girl bye. Parents continue to protect your kids and try to monitor their relationships.

  • NeverSurprised

    Exactly. You only need ONE person as a holdout (as Cosby is discovering right now).

  • Oretta Grace Smith

    Sad!!!

  • Allihave2say

    She only knows how to shed tears for herself.

  • Allihave2say

    she is indeed sociopathic or psychopathic.

  • Allihave2say

    Large sloping forehead, heavy at the eyebrow, wide set eyes with pug nose and extra small mouth (could be Waardenburg Syndrome – meaning mutated genetics).She’s truly interesting. She’d make an very good thesis study on female sociopathy present in teenage girls.

  • Allihave2say

    This girl is beyond narcissism. She is a sociopath true through.

  • nick c

    I’m sorry but when there is grey area in court don’t waive your right to a jury trial for a bench just because you think your fellow Americans will hammer you. She may have her appeal scrutinized but the courts can also set precedence here if they choose to do so.

  • nick c

    Lenient on juveniles and focus just on the legal context of the law where the jury would have judge her morally as well.

  • nick c

    I stop worrying about case law after the Patriot Act I mean are you serious?

  • nick c

    I’m am shocked they allowed them to deliberate this long claiming it isnt unreasonable, this is a very very long time to hold people against their will.

  • nick c

    Then don’t waive your right to a jury if you feel that way then.

  • nick c

    You beating a dead horse on here, if you believe the case is truly bogus take it to the jury she could have easily got a deadlocked with your theory…. Maybe.

  • Faithz

    Yea!

  • the guest

    She deserves all 20 years!

  • Fmt

    I definitely do not agree with what she did, but at what point does he take responsibility for his actions… 20 yrs seems a little steep. Kids these days do things thinking its cool etc., but dont realize the consequences. She should be held a little accountable (years), but he made the poor choice.

  • 4RGSpot

    Both are stupid!

  • Kayke

    Why would this convince you people are born evil? She was 17 when she did this. She had 17 years of nurture and environment that could be responsible for her mindset. She wasn’t an infant.

  • V Dubb

    Good!!! Give her at least 10

  • Youshockedme

    This young lady was born evil and that’s my opinion and you are more than entitled to yours so this tragedy isn’t up for debate..because at the end of the day the young man is still dead and the young lady is going to jail…so regardless of our difference of opinion we ended up on the same page with the same results

  • MsSlayla

    Ppl are really out having conversations like this with one another? At some point you have to get better friends

  • TheOwley

    The DA over reached with the charges and now risk getting the conviction thrown out. At worse she assisted with his suicide and was malicious about it which deserves a penalty but not 20 years.

  • TheOwley

    What does the PA have to do with this case.

  • TheOwley

    And that’s what I’m saying too. I think I’m taking over some folks’ heads.

  • nick c

    First you said judicial overreach now it’s DA overreach?

  • ?Patty Kakes?

    She’s getting everything she deserves…….get her!

  • Coco17

    This is so sad…smh guess she’s getting her attention now

  • Lorrie Irby Jackson

    Why didn’t she cry for his life instead of urging him to get back in the car? No sympathy, catch the Ls and do your time sociopath…… #Bye

  • Lorrie Irby Jackson

    HORRIFIC. She KNEW she was foul and still wanted to preserve HER life even as she talked him out of his own.

  • RicanLBC

    Lol

  • RicanLBC

    I thought the same one rick onenpoor

  • Mbailey

    BXTCH Stevie is going to jail.

  • KIm

    I’m sorry but they both sound sadistic. Im sorry this young man is no longer alive but I read all the texts from start to finish and he never ever says why he wants to commit suicide… Was he depressed? Was there an incident where his family did something to him? Very confusing. Then they are both laughing and joking talking about him killing himself with Lols and Hahas. It sounds to me like he was killing himself for HER only, maybe to prove his love for her? I don’t mean to be insensitive but fate answered both their calls; he is no longer with us and she will sit us prison with guilt for the next 20 years…Sad.

  • Notstatusquo

    They did a special on this case and he had a history of depression. He attempted to kill himself before this but a girl who was a REAL friend called for help for him instead of encouraging him like this girl did. She sat on the phone with him and heard him struggling to breathe and STILL didn’t call for help. Not to mention she texted her friend and said she believed he had killed himself yet neither of them called for help. This was sad and inhumane

  • TheOwley

    The DA is part of the justice system, therefore, it starts with the DA. Actually with police that collects evidence, then the DA that decides what charges to proceed, then the courts and trial, then appeals until they can all be exhausted, etc. and all the way to the Supreme Court of the USA. The US Congress (senators and representatives) make laws of the land, the SCOTUS ensures they are enforced equally. I had to sit thru all this in high school. Didn’t everyone else????

  • Nala Shakur

    She looks like that actress Cara D’Evil or however u spell it

  • KEKE

    She can sit there and cry now but when someone else was crying out for help she could give 2 f#!%s.

  • Kayke

    Thank you for the word gumbo…..explains your train of thought

  • Youshockedme

    Oh honey you are so welcome..I was thinking the exact same thing about you…lol I told you we were on the same page…oh by the way have a blessed Sunday morning and enjoy Father’s Day…?

  • kekeb

    She’s crazy

  • Educatednstaynpetty

    Bye manly felecia

  • joel adams

    Is it me? Or does she look a bit……if i squint hard enough i can see how a pale person possibly could let this,…thing motivate them to do anything. Not me, i would’ve set her up from jump. She would-be the next episode of snapped and id be poolside with my new college bae. Ijs

  • Faux Gibbler

    This young man was crying out for help and this PSYCHOPATH only pushed him instead of getting him help.
    Please, use this as a teaching moment to your children on what to do if they encounter something like this. Even if you think the person is doing it for attention call a hot line or the authorities. I know you have a conscience and I know you would not be able to live with yourself.

  • Faux Gibbler

    Amen!
    And I don’t buy the excuse of her medication. Sure her meds may have intereferred with her feelings BUT she still knew right from wrong.

  • Shira Harding-James

    What I’m the holy Christmas!!

  • Shira Harding-James

    Looks like who who?!

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Weak

  • the guest

    People like to say it’s not a crime to be mean. But at the heart of every crime is cruelty crossing the line to criminal. This evil girl wasn’t just mean she was criminal.

    She didn’t just call him names. She intentionally pushed him to kill himself for her own sadistic and sociopathic voyeurism. Thank god she was convicted because she has no business in society.

    This is the type of person that finds amusement in the physical pain of others. She’s sick and society needs to be protected.

  • the guest

    She is a sadist. He was masochistic. Unfortunately, masochists are drawn to sadists. I’m sure she dominated and controlled his mind throughout the relationship. He was too weak to know she was his enemy.

  • the guest

    Good lord, this is frightening. She is a serial killer in the making.

  • the guest

    Her fear of a jury trial looks like an admission of guilt.

  • the guest

    Amen.

  • the guest

    Exactly.

  • the guest

    My lord, why black folks so fair?

    This evil white sociopath doesn’t deserve fair.

    What’s excessive? Excessive is innocent Kalif Brower spending three years innocent getting abused on Rikers for a $5 bookbag he didn’t steal.

    This evil white female deserves life.

    The thought of her getting out of prison in a few years changing her name and appearance and morphing into some suburban white wife and soccer mom is sickening. Then she’ll be around other people’s kids like this never happened.

    White privilege is unreal.

    She deserves excessive. Lock her up for life.

  • Overpower Radio

    She deserves to be locked up. She walked him to his death, persistently pushing him to “Do it now!” …”you’re the love of my life…” ….”Do you promise..” ….she tried to get him to kill himself before she went kiyaking, but his mom made him go to the beach. She’s sick! She even tried to cover her tracks by getting him to delete the messages. She knew she was wrong.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    No it’s bad strategy from her lawyer.
    She should sue for inadequate representation if all else fails.

  • Simone

    God gives us freewill. He killed himself. She did not kill him. This should of been thrown out. Prison time? For what…being heartless, cruel and a psychopath? That’s not a crime in the court of law. Law & order should be based on the rule of law, not emotions.

  • Simone

    God gave him freewill. He committed suicide, she did not murder him. We have to take responsibility for our own actions. She is a psychopath, but she did not murder him. We’ve become a society where people don’t want to own their actions & be responsible for their actions. This case should not have seen the light of day.

  • Overpower Radio

    That doesn’t mean that “the part she played” in his suicide isn’t criminal. She does deserve to be punished for that. If she put a gun in his hand, so he could murder someone else, she’d go down as an accomplice. Same thing.

  • Overpower Radio

    Yo that was the craziest part. She really was about to go Kiyaking, trying to get him to kill herself before she left. Who tf does that? He actually went to the beach, cause his mom made him go …. not knowing the whole time she was in his ear trynna get him not to go out with this family so he could stay home and kill himself. smh.

  • Faux Gibbler

    It’s a crime what she did.
    Sometimes you gotta leave the system out and handle it on your own.. if that were my son.. I’d beat her ass (not kill her!) I would make sure she injuries to last a lifetime.

  • Banka

    She was an accessory simple and plain, Lets be logical here.

  • KIm

    Wow. That is an interesting perception

  • fluffi3

    LoL

  • starbright9449

    That’s true.

  • Opo Lax

    Well, well….white privilege is alive and well people. Judge sentences Carter to PROBATION!!!! Saw that one coming a mile away!!! Wow!