Michelle Carter Sentenced to Jail For Urging Her Boyfriend to Commit Suicide

On July 13th, 2014 in Massachusetts, 17-year-old Michelle Carter encouraged her then boyfriend, 18-year-old Conrad Roy by text message to commit suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. He took his life in a K-Mart parking lot, gassing himself to death. Since then this trial has garnered much media coverage due to the horrible and vile actions by Michelle Carter, where text messages were also used as evidence in the case, proving undoubtedly the coaxing of her then boyfriend to take his own life. She pushed him to do it and she pushed him over the edge, willingly. 

Michelle Carter was indicted on February 4th of 2015 into New Bedford Juvenile Court on charges of involuntary manslaughter and on Thursday August 3rd, 2017, she was finally sentenced to an incredibly light sentence. Conrad Roy’s parents pleaded for her to get the maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, but somehow Michelle Carter got off lightly with a two and a half years sentence instead.

Just some days shy of her 21st birthday, at least she’ll be spending that pinnacle birthday in jail and hopefully there will be no birthday cake for her, and let’s hope that she has a truly terrible time inside. Her actions warrant much stringer punishment than the judge handed her just yesterday. With the possibility to give her 20 years in prison, to merely only give her two and a half years is lenient to say the least. This does seem many years short of perhaps a more apt sentence in the region of 7-12 years, but hey, what do we know? Well, we know the sorts of things that she told Conrad Roy, which we will expose very shortly.

Let’s hope that she has to endure very troubling times in prison. Credit: The Tribunist

Michelle met Conrad on a trip to Disney World, and they attended different high schools, and she knew full well of his depression and anxiety, but instead of helping him she encouraged him to kill himself. Even if two and a half years in jail is too little time, expect that karma will ensure that she will not have the happiest of lives.

The defense attorney’s of Carter tried to stipulate that she too suffered from mental health issues, however, the judge deemed this to not be true or have any effect on her actions. Even if she did, many people suspect that this was just apart of her defense strategy. The judge said, “I have not found that her age or level of maturity or even her mental illness to have any significant impact on her actions. She is bright young lady, did well In school.”

The judge added that, “The fact that [Carter is] still at that young age offers a greater promise of rehabilitation,” the judge said moments before reading the sentence.

Let’s now see some of the text evidence used in court, where Ms. Carter is exposed for what she is, which is nothing short of evil. Here at Brainstain, we can say that we detest her and any person like her and we feel she should spend much more time in prison for her crime.

Text evidence used in court. Credit: The Tribunist

Further texts from Michelle Carter said, “You can’t think about it. You just have to do it. You said you were gonna do it. Like I don’t get why you aren’t,” to Conrad Roy.

Conrad’s sister, Camden, read in a statement, “I will never be an aunt to Conrad’s children, he was my best friend,”

Conrad’s father read, “We all felt he was heading in the right direction and over the worst of it. He had such a bright future and Michelle Carter exploited my son’s weaknesses.”

Let’s now see this evil little monster sitting in the sentencing, shall we? Oh and how about those eyebrows, just saying, maybe she is mentally ill?

To further back up our views on why Michelle Carter is detestable, we will run down some more of her text messages to Conrad now, as follows:

“I thought you wanted to do this. The time is right and you’re ready, you just need to do it! You can’t keep living this way. You just need to do it like you did last time and not think about it and just do it babe. You can’t keep doing this every day.”

Conrad Roy even told Michele Carter that he had tried to take his life with sleeping pills, to which Ms. Carter said, “I feel like such an idiot … because you didn’t even do anything. You said you were going to the woods to do it … I poured my heart to you … I thought you really wanted to die, but apparently you don’t … I just feel played and stupid”.

Rest in Peace, Conrad Roy. Credit: Bizareepeida

Michelle Carter even provided a list of methods that Conrad could use to kill himself, for example, by hanging, pill overdose and let’s hear it in her own words now: “Hang yourself, jump off a building, stab yourself idk there’s a lot of ways.”

Do you still think two and a half years was enough? She will be able to seek parole after 15 months despite her crime, but let’s hope and we plead that she has to serve the full sentence.

Here is somebody, clearly with an evil soul, that needs to serve her time and suffer for her crime. She paid no regard to the sanity and well being of her supposed boyfriend. She make us sick and angry. We can not say it enough, but we hope that her new prison mates will feel the same way. Here’s another excerpt, showing why Michelle should have got much more jail time than she did.

CONRAD: How was your day?

CARTER: When are you doing it?

CONRAD: Since you don’t get your snapchat anymore, I sent them to you.

CARTER: (Smiley face) My day was okay. How was yours?

CONRAD: Good.

CARTER: Really?

CONRAD: Yes.

CARTER: That’s great. What did you do?

CONRAD: Ended up going to work for a little bit and then just looked stuff up.

CARTER: When are you gonna do it? Stop ignoring the question

We hope that while she’s in prison, she’s shown absolutely no sympathy whatsoever from anyone. One does start to wonder how her parents could feel about this, and how they managed to raise such an evil child?

Brainstain, over and out!

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