As Awful A Person As Michele Carter Is, It Sets A Dangerous Precedent That People Can Be Found Guilty For Manslaughter Because Of Words On A Screen
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So the big news today was Michele Carter being found guilty for involuntary manslaughter in her role in the suicide of her boyfriend Conrad Roy.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 16, 2017
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) June 16, 2017
Most people seem to happy about this verdict. And granted, this chick is the anti-christ and I can’t wish worse things upon her. You need only look at the insane text messages this chick sent him in the days leading up to his death to understand how truly twisted she is:
Everyone will be sad for a while but they will get over it and move on. They won’t be in depression. I won’t let that happen. They know how sad you are, and they know that you are doing this to be happy and I think they will understand and accept it. They will always carry you in their hearts.
They will move on for you because they know that’s what you would have wanted. They know you wouldn’t want them to be sad and depressed and be angry and guilty. They know you want them to live their lives and be happy. So they will for you. You’re right. You need to stop thinking about this and just do it because over turning always kills, over thinking.
Well… I guess [that I am frustrated] just because you always say you are gonna do it but you don’t, but last night I know you really wanted to do it and I’m not mad. Well, I mean, kind of, I guess, just because you always say you’re gonna do it… but you don’t but last night I knew you really wanted to and I’m not mad.
Yeah, it will work. If you emit 3200 ppm of it for five or ten minutes you will die within a half hour. You lose consciousness with no pain. You just fall asleep and die. You can also just take a hose and run that from the exhaust pipe to the rear window in your car and seal it with duct tape and shirts, so it can’t escape. You will die within, like, 20 or 30 minutes all pain free.
And you can’t break a promise. And just go in a quiet parking lot or something.
That’s just a small sampling of it. She’s a sicko, and whoever marries her someday is in for a 3-5 years of misery. The worst part was her motive – social media sympathy. She did it all so that people would feel bad at her. She preyed on a vulnerable, mentally ill individual, and pushed him towards something he was clearly conflicted about, all so people would feel bad for her. She thought of it after she watched it happen on an episode of Glee. I’m not even shitting you. Fucking Glee.
But with all that said, I still disagree with the verdict. Not so much because I think this chick doesn’t deserve to sit in a cell for a while. But more so because it sets a dangerous precedent. What if you talk someone into joining the army who is on the fence about it and they end up getting killed in whatever country we invade next? What if you talk someone into getting a motorcycle and they end up dying in a crash? What if you buy someone a shot and they end up dying in a car crash?
At the end of the day Conrad Roy could’ve told this crazy broad to slow her role and stay in her lane. But he didn’t, because he was mentally ill. This would never happen to anyone with a clear mind. My question is, where does it end? Are people gonna start being charged with manslaughter if they share memes like this?
This is what SJWs are pushing for – the idea that words can kill. We completely reject that notion. Yes, words hurt. Temporarily. We’ve all been there before. We’ve all been depressed. We’ve all been hurt. We’ve all cried. But unfortunately it’s a normal part of growing up. Ultimately the decisions that we make are ours and ours alone.
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