Jury Convicts MySpace Mom

The jury has delivered their verdict on the mom who created a fake MySpace page to bully her daughters ex friend. The young 13 year old later committed suicide after reading message she thought were from a boy but were really from a middle aged woman.

The federal jury could not reach a verdict on the main charge against 49-year-old Lori Drew — conspiracy — and rejected three other felony counts of accessing computers without authorization to inflict emotional harm.
Instead, the panel found Drew guilty of three misdemeanor offenses of accessing computers without authorization. Each count is punishable by up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine. Drew could have gotten 20 years if convicted of the four original charges.
Tina Meier, the mother of the dead girl, said Drew deserves the maximum of three years behind bars. “It’s not about vengeance; it’s about justice,” she said.

It is a sad day when a mother takes revenge on a teenage girl. I hope the prosecutors retry Drew so that she can spend more than 3 years behind bars and think about what she did. Moreover I do not believe Drew is responsible to raise her own child once all the dust has settles. Drew has neglected to teach her daughter any substantial values, instead Drew’s daughter has learned when bullied, bully back.

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