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Urged his girlfriend to suicide in 2014 - only now imprisoned, she

In 2017 was Michelle Carter (22) convicted in a sensational case in Massachusetts, united STATES,

Carter was sentenced to manslaughter, after she in 2014 sent his girlfriend an overwhelming amount of messages, where she encouraged him to kill himself.

Carter was 17 years old at the time, while her boyfriend Conrad Roy III, was 18 years of age.

Delayed his sentence

Judge Lawrence Moniz decided that Carter was going to get a prison sentence of 2.5 years, but that she probably would be entitled to parole after 15 months. But the judge allowed his sentence to be deferred, then Carter's defender, Joseph Cataldo, enlightened on the spot that he would appeal the case.

Now, almost five years after Roy took his own life, has Carter begun his sentence she was sentenced to in the summer of 2017.

6. February rejected the right's arguments that Carter's text messages and phone calls with Roy were forms of speech protected under the first grunnlovstillegget. This wrote the Boston Globe last week.

Monday rejected a referee her request to remain free while she appeals the ruling to the supreme court, according to the Boston Herald. She was led out of court after a hearing with the judge Moniz, which lasted less than 10 minutes.

Michelle Carter is pictured in court on Monday 11. February. Photo: Mark Stockwell/The Sun Chronicle via AP Show more Want to create the fund

This has been a four-year ordeal for the family was, as Roy's aunt, Becky Maki, outside the court.

Conrad Roy's aunt, Becky Maki, speaking to the press after the hearing Monday. Photo: AP Photo/Steven Senne Show more

It has been difficult for the family to hear the details about his death again and again, she said further.

- the Family are happy that this aspect of the case is over, said their attorney, Eric S. Goldman in a statement, according to CNN.

the Family hopes to establish a fund in the name of the son, with the purpose to inform about suicide prevention, writes channel.

Carter's parents did not want to comment on the case as they left court Monday.


Roy (18) was found in his car in a parking lot. He died of karbonmonoksidforgiftning.

- I thought you would do this. Now is the time, and you are ready, you just need to do it, wrote Carter in one of the messages the day he died.

One of the most important evidence that Carter was doomed, was one concrete message exchange that took place just before Conrad Roy's death.

Where he wrote:

"I go out of the truck".

"get back into the truck", she wrote.

Shortly afterwards, he died of karbonmonoksidforgifting, and the court finds Carter's last message was a contributing cause to Roy's death.

JUDGED: In 2014 sent Michelle Carter is an overwhelming amount of messages to her boyfriend, where she encouraged him to kill himself. Video: CNN Show more Anorexia and depression

Roy and Carter met in Florida in 2012, and their relationship to largely have consisted of text messages and e-mails.

in the Summer of 2017 decided judge Lawrence Moniz that Carter was going to get a prison sentence of 2.5 years, but that she probably will be entitled to parole after 15 months. The prosecutors asked, however, that the 20-year-old was between seven and twelve years in prison.

Her defense attorney, Joseph Catalado, argued that Carter should get five years probation for the negligent killing.

After Monday's hearing in court, said Catalado that the case was not finished and that their argument about the first grunnlovstillegget should be taken up at the federal level.

He added that his client suffered from anorexia and was depressed when she had her last conversation with Roy. During the trial argued Catalado also with the fact that Roy had a history of depression and attempted suicide, and that he was determined to end his own life.

Michelle sentenced to 15 months in prison for having encouraged his girlfriend to suicide: "It was her plan
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