Milo Tells Trump Supporters To ‘Please Kill Yourself’ On Parler

Milo Yiannopoulos the former Breitbart editor has lost his damn mind. He is suddenly decided to become anti-Trump. He has shown that he has no loyalty and at the first sign of loss he will abandon his principles. Last week, he told individuals who supported Donald Trump and Q to “kill yourself.”

If you’re still a Q believer, please kill yourself, many thanks

— MILO Milo Friday, December 11, 2020

What’s interesting to note, is that Parler says “Parler will not knowingly allow itself to be used as a tool for crime, civil torts, or other unlawful acts. We will remove reported member content that a reasonable and objective observer would believe constitutes or evidences such activity. We may also remove the accounts of members who use our platform in this way.

According to Wikipedia, “every state had laws declaring it to be a felony to aid, advise, or encourage another person to suicide.” So now Milo has committed a felony in most states.

This case was similar to that of Commonwealth v Michelle Carter.

Conrad Henri Roy III (September 12, 1995 – July 13, 2014) was an American man who died by suicide at the age of 18. His girlfriend, then 17 year-old Michelle Carter, was accused of encouraging him in text messages to commit suicide. The case was the subject of a notable investigation and involuntary manslaughter trial in Massachusetts, colloquially known as the “texting suicide case”. Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter involved scores of text messages, emails, and phone calls recorded between Carter and Roy in the leadup to his death. Roy had seen numerous mental health professionals, and he insisted that he wanted to die. Carter and Roy had both been prescribed psychiatric medication. The case raised questions pertaining to the nature and limits of criminal responsibility.[1] Judge Moniz inferred that Carter wanted Roy dead and that her words coerced him to kill himself, a position that has been subject to some criticism.[2] Carter was convicted by the judge of involuntary manslaughter, chiefly on the basis of her final phone call in which she ordered Roy, after he had become scared, to go back inside his truck as it filled with lethal carbon monoxide.[3]



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