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The 21-year-old woman has been charged with involuntary homicide in the suicide of her boyfriend, and after a stormy 18-month relationship, Boston’s top prosecutor said Monday.
In the case Inyoung, You, 21, the bore similarities to a high-profile suicide, and sms, in case one of the other Massachusetts public prosecutor’s office initiated against Tony Carter in 2017. Carter went to jail after a judge her to be guilty of sending texts to encourage her boyfriend to kill himself, which he eventually did.
A Boston district attorney Rachael Rollins, recognized the similarities, but said that there were also differences, such as the complete control of, had to said to her despondent friend. The young man, Alexander, Urtula, 22, Of Cedar Grove, he jumped to his death from the top of a Boston parking garage is on the 20th of May, graduation is the day of Boston College.
Inyoung and You, 21, left, and her husband, Alexander, Urtula, 22, right, were involved in a tumultuous relationship with the Boston College before he killed himself, prosecutors said.
(The Suffolk District Attorney’s Office.)
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“In the two months leading up to his May 20, the death, the couple were more than 75,000 text messages from this woman to You, more than 47,000,” Rollins’ office said in a news release.
“A lot of the messages in the display of the power dynamic of the relationship, which Ms You have made, the demands and the threats with the knowledge that they had complete control of the Lord-Urtula, both mentally and emotionally. Her work has included the repeated admonitions of the Lord, Urtula going to kill himself “to die for”, and that they, their family, and the world would be a better place without him.”
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You Urtula a friend from Boston College. They did it in August and flew back to South Korea.
The officers of justice are on the look out for her, and was in negotiations with the association.
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The press release said that on the day of Urtula himself killed, or was it to keep track of its place, and went out to the garage, and it was as he leapt to his feet.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.