They should have thrown the book at her! Being a mom herself, she should have known better. Kids need to be taught not to disrespect each other period, but they do. The worst thing any adult can do is to fuel it. If this had been my daughter that commited suicide, going to court would have been the least of this horrible excuse for a human beings biggest worry. There is no way to know what would have happened to that poor girl if she had not done this to her-but she is guilty of pushing her over the edge and should have dearly paid for it.
She will get hers someday when she meets the ultimate Judge in heaven. May her conscious eat her ALIVE!!!
Lori Drew is a pathetic excuse for a human being. I just hope she spends time in jail, the fines ruin her financially and she's taunted for the rest of her miserable life for what she's done.
she should have gone to prison for helping her kill herself…
What about the parents? When she was sobbing, crying, upset, her parents screamed at her? Maybe THEY made mer kill herself.
The blame for this young girls death can be put on anyone really. A teen's life is stressful and hectic and any number of things could have pushed her over the edge. I believe the problem isn't so much the suicide, although sad, but the fact that there is no law to govern such situations. If you look at what is out there http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2008-02-06-cy… there really is no consequences for a person who does this sort of thing. Most states have pushed it off on the schools to punish offenders but if the offender is not in school or does not go to that particular school where the victim attends not much can really be done legally. Basically this case set precident and is forcing government to look at such situations and create laws that will protect people from these preditory actions.