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'In sum, we conclude that there was probable cause to show that the coercive quality of the defendant's verbal conduct overwhelmed whatever willpower the eighteen year old victim had to cope with his depression, and that but for the defendant's admonishments, pressure, and instructions, the victim would not have gotten back into the truck and poisoned himself to death,' Justice Robert Cordy wrote for the court in the unanimous ruling.
The case drew national attention after transcripts of text messages Carter sent to Roy according to the indictment were released publicly, showing her urging him to follow through on his plan to kill himself and chastising him when he expressed doubts.
They hadn't seen each other in more than a year when Roy died, even though they lived only about 50 miles apart in Massachusetts, Carter in Plainville, and Roy in Mattapoisett.
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Carter and Roy had met in Florida two years earlier while visiting relatives.
Their relationship largely consisted of text messages and emails.
Roy's body was found in his pickup in Fairhaven on July 13, 2014.
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