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  • Michelle Carter: What the texting suicide case tells us

    BBC News - 06/16/2017

    “I’ve always thought manslaughter was an ill-fitting suit,” says Daniel Medwed, professor of law and criminal justice at Northeastern University School of Law. “What Michelle Carter did was reprehensible, morally blameworthy and despicable, but I’m not sure it was manslaughter.”

    Medwed says the state essentially argued that causation took place – that Carter’s texts caused Roy’s death.

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