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A Massachusetts woman convicted for encouraging her boyfriend's death by suicide will leave jail weeks early despite her bid for parole being denied. Michelle Carter... [Read More]
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Carter was 17 when she convinced Conrad Roy III to stay in his car as it filled with carbon monoxide. [Read More]
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A Massachusetts woman who was convicted in 2017 of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide will reportedly be released from prison early... [Read More]
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Michelle Carter has served seven months of a 15-month sentence for encouraging her boyfriend to take his own life... [Read More]
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Michelle Carter has served seven months of a 15-month sentence for encouraging her boyfriend to take his own life... [Read More]
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Parole Board denied Michelle Carter's request for parole, citing her "irrational" actions surrounding her boyfriend's suicide, but the prison will still... [Read More]
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In a unanimous decision, the state parole board has denied parole to Michelle Carter in the texting suicide case that has made waves nationwide. [Read More]
Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 for urging Conrad Roy to kill himself. [Read More]
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The Massachusetts woman convicted of urging her boyfriend to kill himself via text messages has been denied early release.The state Parole Board announced Friday it... [Read More]
The Massachusetts Parole Board called Michelle Carter's behavior 'irrational' and lacking sincerity as the board denied her early release request.        ... [Read More]
A woman serving a 15-month sentence for her part in her boyfriend's death by suicide will leave jail weeks early even after her bid for parole... [Read More]
The parole board says Carter "needs to further address" the factors that led to her criminal actions. [Read More]
The Massachusetts Parole Board announced Friday it has rejected Michelle Carter's bid for release after serving less than half her 15-month jail sentence for her role... [Read More]
"Ms. Carter's self serving statements and behavior, leading up to and after his suicide, appear to be irrational and lacked sincerity," the board wrote in... [Read More]
Michelle Carter, the Massachusetts woman convicted of urging her boyfriend to kill himself via text messages, on Friday was denied her request for early release... [Read More]
The Massachusetts woman convicted of urging her boyfriend to kill himself via text messages has been denied early release. The state Parole Board announced Friday... [Read More]
Michelle Carter was denied a request to be released from jail halfway through her 15-month sentence for the role she played in her boyfriend's 2014... [Read More]
Carter, 22, appeared Thursday before the state Parole Board to seek release after serving seven months of her 15-month jail sentence . [Read More]
A parole board has denied an early release request from Michelle Carter, the woman currently imprisoned for urging her suicidal boyfriend via text messages to... [Read More]
The Massachusetts woman sentenced to 15 months in jail for urging her suicidal boyfriend via text messages to take his own life is asking for... [Read More]
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