Discussion in 'Trials' started by Greater Than, Jun 8, 2017.
Same here -- why didn't she get 15 years with no parole? Grrrrr.
I recall that part of her conditions of bail included a ban on social media. Rather than honor the conditions -- MC's mother took up posting/updating daughter's Instagram! Entire family living in denial (i.e., MC's issues) before and after CR's death.
Michelle Carter goes to Disney World and prom ahead of manslaughter trial | Daily Mail Online
Yes, I remember her bail conditions and SMH again.
Well, Miss Michelle has not yet finished her cup of Bad Karma... let's hope it follows her until she has had all of it.
I don't think she spent more than 90 days in women's prison before she was secretly moved. And authorities refuse to say where she was moved to. IMO, that means she's likely at a rehab center - not exactly punishment.
Jonathan Darling, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, did not provide a reason for the change or say when it occurred.
“Ms. Carter is still in custody of the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office but is not currently in a Bristol County corrections facility,” Darling said in an email to Boston.com. “We will not be providing details on her whereabouts or the circumstances.”
Sheriff’s office: Michelle Carter moved from jail but remains in custody | Boston.com
This case has similarities and differences with the Alexander Urtula Case case whose girlfriend, Inyoung You, has now been indicted for Involuntary Manslaughter in another texting coercion case.
I am posting the link for reference; MA - Alexander Urtula, Suicide, Girlfriend indicted in texting Case - Boston - 20 May 2019
PLEASE keep the discussions appropriately separate. It's fine to discuss both cases but keep the focus here on this victim, the perpetrator and the families involved, as well as legal aspects arising from these cases.
I find it difficult not to focus on Michelle and her eyebrows but that's just me, LOL.
(I am am not a good example)
HAPPENING SOON: Lawmakers to debate 'Conrad's Law’ at 1 PM. It would criminalize suicide coercion. Catch up on the story here with