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Is a former Boston College student who prosecutors say sent texts encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself pleaded not guilty Friday to a murder charge.
Inyoung and You, 21, was the case in October in a criminal complaint, charging her with sending to more than 47,000 in the text, Alexander Urtula, 22, of New Jersey, and in the weeks leading up to his May 20, committed suicide in Boston, massachusetts.
She showed no expression as prosecutors in the case against her during the arrest.
The appearance came after it, You go back to the US from South Korea, the reality is going to hit in 10 of Boston, have been reported.
FORMER BOSTON COLLEGE STUDENT ACCUSED OF URGING FRIEND TO IN THE TEXT AS TO KILL HIMSELF BEFORE COMMITTING SUICIDE WILL BE CHARGED.
The former Boston College student, Inyoung, was charged in an indictment with murder in her boyfriend, Alexander, Urtula’s suicide.
(The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.)
The right to be released on the $5,000, and ordered her to surrender her passport and report to probation twice a week, go to the train station.
The trial date has been set for January 2020.
FORMER BOSTON COLLEGE STUDENT ACCUSED OF URGING FRIEND TO KILL HIMSELF, CLAIMING THEY ARE DOING THE OPPOSITE, AND BRINGS THE TEXT
During the arrest, state prosecutors announced to the court that You were upset when they found out that the Urtula had been in touch with an ex-girlfriend.
District attorney Caitlin Grasso told the court that when the Urtula jumped down from the roof of a parking garage, You are safe with us. they had tracked him through his cell phone, prosecutors said.
Grasso said the investigation has revealed that “it was physical, verbal, and psychological abuse in the direction of the Lord, Urtula at the court of their year-and-a-half-long relationship with you.”
Grasso also read some of the writings that You sent to her boyfriend.
According to WBZ-TV, told Urtula, in writing, to “Do everyone a favor and go f – – – – – – – -” kill yourself.” You’re a f – – – – – – – – dumb a–, the worthless s—. Dude, just f – – – – – – – – do everyone a favor and go f – – – – – – – – ” kill yourself, honestly. F – – – – – – – – worthless, a–, f – – – – – – – – – piece of s—. You deserve nothing in this f – – – – – – – – – world.”
In a text for the graduate to write it, You f – – – – – – – – – piece of s— go die in hell. You deserve to be f – – – – – – – – ” kill yourself.” There was a ceremony with all of you, and you have to lie and say that you’re not all the way? You can f – – – – – – – – – go and kill yourself?” WHDH-TV reported.
The station reported that two days before the suicide, she texted him, “You can’t figure it out? You want to make me furious again? Do you want me to slash my throat? That’s what you want to do. Like, why do I have to be a threat to my own f – – – – – – – – for you to finally have something to do with it? I have no f – – – – – – – – tell them you have to read my texts? Now, if you do not have to read it right now, I am literally going to f – – – – – – – – – slash my throat and, in a video, saying: “it’s because of you, and I want to see you.”
“This is the text of the messages to show the power dynamic of the relationship,” she said, according to Fox 25 In Boston, massachusetts. “The defendant, and Mr. Urtula will be discussed how the defendant’s property Urtula, and how he was her slave, and how the Lord Urtula surrendered their autonomy to the defendant as a condition of the relationship.”
You have hired a public relations firm that released the text messages suggest she was trying to stop the Urtula of killing himself, Fox 25 In Boston reported. Urtula jumped to his death from the roof of a parking garage on the day of his graduation from Boston College.
The persecution has been compared to a suicide text message in case any other Massachusetts public prosecutor’s office initiated against Tony Carter in 2017.
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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.