US high court urged to take up texting suicide appeal Article taken from KWCH, news in Wichita, KS The felons lawyers told the US Supreme Court on Monday, the felons free speech was violated. The victim wanted to die, tried to commit suicide before and would do it eventually. The lawyers urge the Supreme Court to hear the felons case. The Massachusetts Supreme Court upheld her conviction. The MDC agreed with the trial trial Judge. “The court agreed with a judge who found that Carter caused Roy's death when she told him in a phone call to get back in his truck as it was filling with carbon monoxide and didn't call Roy's family or the police.” “The phone call wasn't recorded, but the judge focused on a text message Carter sent a friend two months later in which she said Roy had gotten out of the truck because he was scared and she told him to get back in.” The felon was jailed in Feb 2019 and is serving a 15 months sentence.