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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michelle Carter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michelle Carter, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michelle Carter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michelle Carter, often where they are interviewed.

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MURDER - The Deadly Words of Michelle Carter

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Sticks, and stones maybe break my bones, but can words actually kill you? When Conrad Roy met Michelle Carter, neither of them had any idea that it would lead to disastrous ends. Written and Narrated By: Cole Weavers Sound Production and Editing By: Matt Black Want To Get More True Crime By Tales By Cole? Visit our Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/talesbycole

Aug 18 2020 · 32mins
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Crossover Week: Crimes of Passion (Michelle Carter Pt. 2)

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If you enjoy the true stories told in Female Criminals, check out this episode from our series Crimes of Passion: Although she initially seemed eager to help her boyfriend Conrad Roy move past his struggles with depression, in July of 2014 Michelle Carter’s reaction changed. After Conrad's death, text messages from his phone revealed a darker side to their relationship.

Apr 15 2020 · 41mins
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Crossover Week: Crimes of Passion (Michelle Carter Pt. 1)

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If you enjoy the true stories told in Female Criminals, check out this episode from our series Crimes of Passion: They began an online relationship in 2012. Over the course of the next two years, through thousands of texts and social media messages, Conrad Roy confided in Michelle Carter his struggles with depression and suicidal ideation. Their relationship would end in tragedy in 2014.

Apr 15 2020 · 49mins
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Michelle Carter Pt. 2

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Although she initially seemed eager to help her boyfriend Conrad Roy move past his struggles with depression, in July of 2014 Michelle Carter’s reaction changed. After Conrad's death, text messages from his phone revealed she had actively been encouraging her boyfriend's suicidal ideation. 

Mar 11 2020 · 41mins
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Crimes of Passion: Michelle Carter Pt. 1

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Conrad Roy and Michelle Carter began an online relationship in 2012. Over the course of the next two years, through thousands of texts and social media messages, Conrad confided in Michelle his struggles with depression and suicidal ideation. Their relationship would end in tragedy in 2014, and even become the subject of a police investigation.


This episode premiered on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. For more episodes like this one, subscribe to Crimes of Passion on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Mar 04 2020 · 49mins
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Michelle Carter Pt. 1

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Conrad Roy and Michelle Carter began an online relationship in 2012. Over the course of the next two years, through thousands of texts and social media messages, Conrad confided in Michelle his struggles with depression and suicidal ideation. Their relationship would end in tragedy in 2014, and even become the subject of a police investigation.

Mar 04 2020 · 48mins
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Dissecting the Michelle Carter, "Texting Suicide," Case

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Michelle Carter, a young woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself, was released from jail on Thursday, after just under a year behind bars.  Carter was just 17 years old when her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, died by suicide after sitting in his truck, which was filled with carbon monoxide.  The evidence revealed that, in the weeks prior to that fateful day, Michelle Carter had sent Conrad text message after text message, urging him to kill himself.  However, despite what the media has widely reported, Michelle Carter was not convicted of involuntary manslaughter due to those text messages.  In fact, the Court determined that those text messages were not Michelle Carter's crime.  Instead, it was when Conrad Roy got out of his truck midway through his suicide attempt and was on the phone with Carter telling her that he did not want to go through with it where her crime was committed.  Instead of encouraging him to stay out of the truck, Carter confessed to a friend that she commanded him to get back in and finish things.  And, when she knew he was back in the truck and was dying, she did nothing to save him.  It was based on her commanding him to get back in the car and doing nothing to save him from the danger she created that the Court concluded Carter was responsible for Roy's death and why she was ultimately convicted of involuntary manslaughter.  Do you agree? Can someone's words alone over a telephone be the cause of another person's suicide?  Do words constitute "conduct" as required by the law in Massachusetts?  Does charging someone with involuntary manslaughter based on their words alone violate that person's right to free speech?  In the age of social media, should remotely coercing someone to commit suicide be illegal?  Attorney Rosensweig examines all of this and more in this episode. 

Jan 25 2020 · 45mins
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Worst argument the crew has got in with their wives, Michelle Carter released from jail early, & more

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Is Duji sick now?

Man dies after making 300-foot-jump over San Joaquin River in a Mercedes.

California elementary teachers sue Delta after plane dumps jet fuel over school.

U.S. plan would ban all service animals from planes except dogs.

The guys are going to see if they can taste stuff with their balls.

Rover is eating chia seed bowls.

Woman convicted of manslaughter after texting teen boyfriend to kill himself is leaving jail.
Jan 23 2020 · 3hr 12mins
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BONUS: Death by text. Supreme Court will not hear Michelle Carter's appeal

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Michelle Carter sent dozens of texts to Conrad Roy urging her boyfriend to kill himself in the days before the teen killed himself. Carter was convicted in his death and now the Supreme Court has refused to hear her appeal. , Nancy Grace discusses the unusual case with Maryland criminal defense lawyer Robin Ficker and reporter John Lemley.

Jan 20 2020 · 32mins
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Episode 14: The Case of Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy

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First, we want to apologize for almost a FULL WEEK hiatus. Thanksgiving weekend set us a little behind, but we are BACK on schedule, promise! So, today we're going to be talking about the death of Conrad Roy III and give all of the facts in this case. Listen along as we discuss the life of both Michelle and Conrad and discuss our thoughts on the situation. Tune in on Friday for our recap of the two part reunion of Teen Mom 2 and we will be back next Monday for a new true crime episode! Thanks for listening! Leave some comments on cases we should cover next and reality shows you want to hear us recap!

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