Teen's Suicide Note To Girl Friend Revealed

Suicide note form the Massachusetts teen who was encouraged to commit suicide by his then girlfriend has been revealed.

The handwritten note by Conrad Roy III was introduced in the final day of then girlfriend, Michelle Carter's trial at the Taunton District Court. Carter, 20, is facing charges for involuntary manslaughter for the 2014 suicide of Roy.

Prosecutors have claimed that Carter, then 17, pushed Roy to commit suicide by encouraging him with repeated phone calls and text messages. Defense attorneys for Carter have argued that she cannot be held responsible for someone else's decision to commit suicide.

Cops found 18-year-old Roy dead in his truck of carbon monoxide poisoning in July 2014. Text messages shown in court revealed he told Carter that he was “scared” that the carbon monoxide was working, but she told him to “get back in” the truck.

Her lawyers have called on psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin, who testified Monday that Carter who is “troubled youngster”, was on anti-depressants that affected her capacity for empathy when she urged Roy to kill himself.







Source: NY Post


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