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Felony Charge Against Lori Drew Dropped

If you’re not familiar with the name Lori Drew, we’re pretty sure you know about her case. She’s the Missouri woman convicted of cyber-bullying a teenage girl, who later hanged herself. Although Drew was convicted on Nov. 26 of harassing 13-year-old Megan Meier, a U.S. attorney in Los Angeles has dropped the felony conspiracy charge. A federal jury was unable to reach a verdict on the felony charge, so it was removed. That same jury convicted Drew on three counts of accessing a computer without authorization, which are all misdemeanors. The conviction holds a maximum sentence of three years in prison and a $300,000 fine, but federal guidelines could let Drew off with probation. Drew, rather fittingly, is on our list of “The 10 Worst People of 2008.” [UPI.com] Keep reading »

The 15 Most Shocking Moments Of 2008

2008 is almost history, and it definitely made some. We saw plenty of highs — the election of the first African-American President — and lows — the stock market dip — but as we look back at a year of extremes, our jaw still drops at these unbelievably shocking moments…

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Lori Drew On Trial For Breaking MySpace’s Rules

A big trial is going on right now in Los Angeles. Lori Drew, 49, the woman who is accused of using harassing a 13-year-old girl on MySpace, leading to her suicide, was charged with one count of conspiracy and three counts of accessing computers without authorization, to which she pleaded not guilty. The trial is our country’s first that deals with cyber bullying, so what happens to Drew is kind of a big deal. To bring you up to speed on things, here’s what led Drew to court… Keep reading »

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