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Tormentor Of Teenage Suicide Girl Indicted

May 16, 2008

Note: there was an error in the Megan Meier article yesterday that was not my doing. It has been corrected. There was also a removed link in the Madonna’s “Hard Candy” Receives Terrible Reviews. Unflattering Madonna links were also removed from my blog via hacking. I am still having trouble with the hacker from this case and I’m working to correct the damage. Sorry for the inconvenience.

This is a follow up to the article 47 Year Old Female Neighbor Drives 13 Year Old Girl To Suicide. Lori Drew, the woman that drove 13-year-old Megan Meier to kill herself, has been indicted on four counts of criminal misconduct.

She needs to pay her debt to society in jail for what she did to the young lady that did not deserve it. None one does.

If someone reading this is thinking about committing suicide, I implore you not to. Things may look very bad, but over time, they can improve. Don’t end your life. Pray and ask God to help you.

Lori Drew indicted in Megan Meier MySpace suicide case

A federal grand jury in Los Angeles today returned an indictment against Lori Drew of O’Fallon, Mo., in the MySpace case that ended in the suicide of Megan Meier.

Drew, 49, was named in a four-count indictment that charges one count of conspiracy and three counts of accessing protected computers without authorization to obtain information to inflict emotional distress on Meier, who was referred to in the indictment only as M.T.M.


Story found here

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