"It's hard to feel sympathy for Carter, who was wrong to instruct Roy over the phone to get back into the truck in which he was poisoning himself with carbon monoxide", Knox wrote.
Roy, who was 18 years old at the time, killed himself by filling his truck with carbon monoxide.
When Carter, who was 17 years old and Roy's girlfriend at the time of his death, went on trial this summer, the prosecution argued that she was reckless and caused Roy's death by telling him to get back in the vehicle even though prosecutors said he didn't want to die.
The judge has put Carter's sentence on hold until all of her appeals are exhausted.
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Healy said the verdict, which captured widespread attention, will have "national implications" and is "a clarion call that seemingly remote and distant communications will not insulate individuals from heinous acts that could rise to the level of criminal culpability". "Where was her humanity?" he asked. She sent him messages reminding him of the pledge to kill himself. "Twenty years may seem extreme but it is still twenty more than Conrad will ever have", Bozzi said in the written statement she gave to the Herald. "Carter made bad choices of her own, awful mistakes, as her defense attorney said, that she will have to live with for the rest of her life".
Prosecutor Maryclare Flynn called probation "just not reasonable punishment" for Carter's role in Roy's death. He said he will also argue Carter didn't break any laws because MA doesn't have a law against assisting or encouraging suicide.
He rejected a theory of involuntary intoxication raised by psychiatrist Peter Breggin, a defense witness who testified that Carter's own medication would have hindered her state of mind.
"I was just sick", O'Donnell said.
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On July 12, 2014, a day before Roy was found dead, Carter wrote: "So I guess you aren't gonna do it then, all that for nothing". Roy's family told the court Thursday that they were devastated by his death. He also argued Carter's words amounted to free speech protected by the First Amendment.
Prosecutors said Carter stayed on the telephone listening to her boyfriend as he died in the truck. Knox spent four years in an Italian prison after she and her then-boyfriend were convicted in the murder of a fellow exchange student with whom she lived. "Michelle Carter deserves the same sympathy and help now". "Part of me wants you to try something and fail just so you can go get help".
'I do believe she needs help and I do believe that she needs to take responsibility for her actions. She said Carter's conviction was a relief and that "what happens next is up to God and a judge". "I really don't know what I'm waiting for. but I have everything lined up". "I think MA needs a specific statute that criminalizes encouraging or coercing suicide", he added.
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