Analysis by Kyle A. Lohmeier
A court in Massachusetts just sentenced a girl to prison for 15 months after falsely convicting her of involuntary manslaughter back in June. She is to be imprisoned for committing no crime, harming no one directly and is now officially guilty of homicide. In reality, of course, the only thing Michelle Carter is guilty of is being a really shitty human being, which, it turns out, isn’t illegal. Good thing too, if it were, this penal colony we call the USA would quickly become a prison planet.
In case you missed it, Carter was the awful blonde little shit who texted her “boyfriend” repeatedly urging him to kill himself. Turns out, when a woman nags a guy long enough, he’ll eventually get around to whatever it is he’s being nagged about. As such, Conrad Roy killed himself June 12 of 2014 by inhaling carbon monoxide produced from a water pump in his truck.
How any prosecutor thought there was a crime here is itself rather amazing; there is no violation of the Non-Aggression Principle here, at least not until she was actually arrested, then the cops violated the NAP (as the often do). That the state took the charge all the way up to manslaughter is absurd. If anything, she’s “guilty” of vandalizing government property as now Roy won’t be able to work and generate revenue for the state – the solemn duty of all us serfs. But, this is Massachusetts, where freedom is frowned up on, so the genuinely-shitty-humans prosecuting this case were disappointed.
“The sentence was far lighter than what prosecutors hoped for. During Thursday’s hearing, they asked Moniz to sentence Carter to seven to 12 years in prison. Carter’s defense requested that she receive no jail time and five years supervised probation under various conditions, including mental health counseling,” reads a portion of BuzzFeed’s story.
Seven to 12 years? For using her freedom of speech and expression to be shitty? Have none of these imbeciles heard of the First Amendment? Or, even just common goddamn sense? These prosecutors ought all be fired for wasting some of the vast amounts tax money Massachusetts steals from its serfs.
“Legal experts believe her conviction stands a good chance of being overturned on appeal.
Daniel Medwed, a professor of law and criminal justice at Northeastern University School of Law, told BuzzFeed News on Tuesday that there’s a ‘fairly good chance’ the conviction could be reversed on appeal ‘based on causation,’ in that Carter didn’t directly cause Roy’s death — he caused his own death. ‘It was his decision, which broke the connection between her behavior and the result,’ Medwed said,” BuzzFeed reported, thus reassuring their audience that there is at least one lucid, intelligent person left alive in America.
It is simply unconscionable that any charges were every brought against this awful little girl. It is even more absurd that she was ever convicted of manslaughter and sentenced at all – her official sentence was two-and-a-half years, but she won’t be incarcerated until all her appeals run out, and the judge expects she’ll serve roughly 15 months if the horseshit conviction isn’t overturned on appeal.
The simple fact of the matter is that Michelle Carter did not kill Conrad Roy, Conrad Roy killed Conrad Roy.
Let’s play out a hypothetical, for the sake of coming to the only correct conclusion on this matter, and say that Carter didn’t urge Roy to kill himself directly. Instead, she just dumped him and started dating some other dude – the resulting heartbreak then drove Roy to kill himself. Would anyone think to charge Carter in such an instance? Of course not. Would her actions be considered criminal in any way? No. Would her actions have, in fact, played some role in Roy’s decision to kill himself? Of course. But, would Carter really be responsible for Roy’s death? Nope; in the end, Conrad Roy is solely responsible for his own death.
This, however, is just another symptom of the metastasis of Leftist cancerous thinking destroying what’s left of America’s minds. Feels trump facts now. Fantasy takes precedence over reality. Everyone feels bad about Conrad Roy and damn it, some one has to pay. So, the state fantasized a scenario where someone else was guilty in a person’s suicide and, sadly, a lot of Americans seem to agree with the court and the prosecutors.
I would have some advice for those people, but I’m trying to avoid an involuntary manslaughter charge myself here.