Sentencing delayed for Lori Drew

Sentencing delayed for Mo. woman in MySpace hoax:

Today was supposed to be D-Day for Lori Drew. She was supposed to find out what her sentence would be in her fraud trial. You know, the fraud that resulted in the suicide of 13-year-old Megan Meier.

Anyway, the judge rescheduled the sentencing for July 2nd pending his review of the testimony of a prosecution witness.

It’s not like she’s going to receive any real time in comparison to the fact that a family lost their child because of her.

2 thoughts on “Sentencing delayed for Lori Drew”

  1. The Internet is not a baby sitter. You would not let your child or teenager run around in it just like you would not let them run around the streets of NYC at night.

    The internet is a tool. good and bad. More good than bad. Like any must teach young impressionable minds to understand how the tool works and respect it and take care of it..and some of these tools may have minds of their own that want to control, manipulate or take your money. Just like in THE REAL WORLD. The faster AND younger they learn this the better!!! Sheltering your kids from knowledge about bad people in the world is the WORST thing you can do. You are limiting their chances of survival of the fittest!

    Self-control the ego is another tool to be taught at a young age. Her ego was destroyed..and she was weak about herself…probably from “too much sheltering” and thus the ego, which has such a strong hold, will “eliminate itself” along with the body to protect it or win (It doesn’t care about hypocrisy)! This results in either murdering others for a idealist concept and/or suicide. (e.g. Dr. Tiller murder)


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