Words Can Kill / Michelle Carter

Words Can Kill / Michelle Carter

How Michelle Carter urging her friend to kill himself led to a jail sentence for involuntary manslaughter – Business Insider

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The prosecutors in Massachusetts went for involuntary manslaughter h-o-w-e-v-e-r prosecutors in Washington State protect such destruction of others if it fits their agenda.

While Washington State, King County Washington, enabled hate crime words to strike at and destroy Sound Doctrine Church of Enumclaw Washington, Michelle Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter because of her text messages. What these prosecutors prosecuted, Washington State, Seattle, King County Washington, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg enabled, protected and enhanced.

‘Do not go about spreading slander among your people. ” ‘Do not do anything that endangers your neighbor’s life. I am the Lord . (Leviticus 19:16)

The hundreds of texts and activity of the hate crime activity in King County Washington was refused an investigation. See links below. However, for Michelle Carter prosecutors sought charges of involuntary manslaughter.

  • A woman who sent hundreds of texts to another teenager urging him to kill himself was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Friday by a Massachusetts judge. – Business Insider


Carla Williams Destroyed by King County Prosecutors of Washington State

Fact is King County Prosecutors were happy that my wife died of a brain tumor because of the ordeal they inflicted. Indeed, King County Prosecutors did everything in their power to block an investigation into the hate crime against a Christian church. Indeed, King County Prosecutor David Seaver, on behalf of Prosecutor Dan Satterberg warned the court to keep secret police activities for this reason.

opinion unto righteousness ~ enumclaw.com ~ timothy williams
[ proverbs 18:2 ]

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(businessinsider.com)—A summer string of text messages that a judge said led to one teenager’s death has now led to another’s jail sentence.

Judge Lawrence Moniz of Massachusetts on Thursday sentenced 20-year-old Michelle Carter to a 2-1/2-year jail sentence — only 15 months of which is to be actually spent behind bars — for repeatedly telling a young man, Conrad Roy III, to kill himself. Moniz found Carter guilty of involuntary manslaughter earlier in the year.

Carter and Roy had met in 2014 while the two were 17 and taking family vacations in Florida. In the months after, they started sharing stories of profound emotional instability through Facebook and text messages.

Here’s how a relationship that ended with a young man’s death and a young woman’s jail sentence unfolded: