She was 17 when Roy, who was 18, was found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in a truck in July 2014.
Carter was tried as a youthful offender, so the judge had several options for sentencing. Carter was also given five years of probation.
'It's not enough. She should be in jail. "Just sick to my stomach. the fact that she can be free, and my cousin, he's not here".
'And she gets to sleep in her own bed tonight, she gets to eat breakfast, she gets to wake up with her family.
Roy had a history of depression and had attempted suicide in the past, but his family was hopeful he would get through it.
"The implications of this conviction go far beyond the tragic circumstances of Mr. Roy's death", Matthew Segal, legal director at the ACLU of MA, said in a statement. She hasn't shown anything.
"No normal human being who doesn't have problems would tell someone to get back in the truck where it is a toxic environment", O'Donnell said. "I do believe she needs help and I do believe she needs to take responsibility for her actions". "Carter made bad choices of her own, awful mistakes, as her defense attorney said, that she will have to live with for the rest of her life". "I am heartbroken", the father said.
A teenage sister, Camden Roy, recalled her 13 years with her older brother and said she's "haunted" by the realization she'll never see him Wednesday or be an aunt to his children.
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In dozens of text messages, Carter urged Roy to follow through on his talk of taking his own life.
The "insistent tone of Carter's text messages" drew widespread attention to the case, the AP reports.
'You can't think about it. "I'm just confused like you were so ready and determined". You said you were gonna do it. "I ask of you to invoke leniency in your decision-making process for my loving child Michelle". Cataldo said Roy was intent on killing himself and took Carter along on his "sad journey".
In an extraordinary case seen as breaking new ground in a state with no law against encouraging suicide, Carter swapped hundreds of text messages with Roy, repeatedly urging him to follow through on his plan to kill himself and hide it from his parents. Cataldo also argued that Carter's words amounted to free speech protected by the First Amendment.
A MA judge ruled Carter was responsible for Conrad Roy III's death because she had placed him in a situation that led to his suicide in a landmark case that made national headlines.
"The communications illustrated a deeply troubled defendant whose actions rose to the level of wanton and reckless disregard for the life of the victim", Healy said in a statement.
Other family members spoke out prior to Carter's sentencing Thursday. After that, they only met in person a handful of times.