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Crime Former BC student releases some text messages from manslaughter case

15:30  20 november  2019
15:30  20 november  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

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Inyoung You, a former Boston College student , was indicted in October in connection with the death of Alexander Urtula. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for

“ Students come to Boston from around the world to attend our renowned colleges and universities You is facing the same involuntary manslaughter charge that Michelle Carter was ultimately While there are some similarities between the two cases —both took place in Massachusetts and involved

Representatives for the South Korean woman accused of manslaughter for her alleged role in the suicide of her boyfriend have released some text messages from the controversial case.

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Inyoung You, 21, a former Boston College student, was indicted in October in connection with the death of Alexander Urtula, 22.

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Urtula jumped to his death from the top of the Renaissance Parking Garage in Roxbury on May 20, approximately 90 minutes before he was scheduled to graduate from Boston College.

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  Former BC student to face charge in boyfriend's suicide A former Boston College student from South Korea is returning to Boston to face arraignment in connection with her boyfriend's suicide, District Attorney Rachael Rollins' office announced. Inyoung You, 21, is scheduled to appear in Suffolk Superior Court on Friday morning. She was indicted by a grand jury on Oct. 18, on a charge of involuntary manslaughter. Sign up for our Newsletters Rollins said the victim, Alexander Urtula, 22, jumped to his death from the top of the Renaissance Parking Garage in Roxbury on May 20, approximately 90 minutes before he was scheduled to graduate from Boston College. His family was in town to witness the ceremony, Rollins said.

A former Boston College student has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for her alleged role in the suicide of her boyfriend, according to Massachusetts prosecutors. South Korea resident Inyoung You, 21, was allegedly present when her boyfriend, Alexander Urtula, jumped to his death from the

BC student Alexander Urtula committed suicide on graduation morning. You, who was also a Boston College student , sent over 47,000 texts to Urtula in the two months leading up to his The case is reminiscent of that of Michelle Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after coercing

District Attorney Rachael Rollins said a search of Urtula's cellphone led investigators to look into the abuse in the relationship, Rollins said. The couple exchanged more than 75,000 text messages in the two months prior to Urtula's death.

A small fraction of those messages were provided to WCVB by Rasky Partners Inc., a Boston-based public relations firm hired by the You family. WCVB has been unable to verify the authenticity of the messages or whether they've been edited in any way.

While Rollins had said the 75,000 text messages showed You to be physically, verbally and psychologically abusive during their 18-month relationship.

You's representatives assert that the messages they released Tuesday show she tried to talk Urtula out of hurting himself.

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The provided messages begin with You asking about Urtula's location.

  • “Where the are you," she asked. “Who’d you run into or talk to? Whose room did u go to? Hello.”
  • Urtula replied, “I’m not talking to anyone. I won’t ever again. I’m happy I got to spend my last night with you. I love you inyoung until my last breath.”
  • “Then WHERE ARE YOU,” she wrote.
  • “I ASKED U WHY UR LOCATION WASN’T AVAILABLE,” she wrote in all caps. “ARE U KIDDING ME.”
  • “I’m not gonna be anywhere inyoung this is goodbye forever. I love you. This isn’t your fault it’s mine.”

In a different batch of the provided messages, You's representatives said she tried to tell Urtula to "stop" what he was doing.

  • “What,” she wrote. “What. UR LEAVING ME”
  • “I’m far away on a tall place and I’m not gonna be here for long,” he replied. “I’m leaving everyone.”
  • “ALEX,” she wrote. “WHAT SRE YOU DOING. IF U LOVE ME STOP. IF U EVER LOVED ME STOP.”
  • “I did love you just not well enough,” Urtula wrote. “Good bye.”
  • “STOP,” she wrote.
  • “You’ll have everything once I’m gone,” he replied.
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Later, it appears Urtula activated the location information on his phone, which gave You the ability to track him to the garage.

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BOSTON (WHDH) - A former Boston College student is facing an involuntary manslaughter charge in connection with the suicide death of her boyfriend, who she “physically, verbally and psychologically” abused for months before he leapt to his death in May — just hours before he was slated to receive

A former Boston College student charged for her alleged role in the suicide of her boyfriend will return soon to the United States to be arraigned and plans to present copies of text messages that indicate she tried to talk him out of harming himself during the last moments of his life, according to a public

Rollins said You was present at the garage at the time of Urtula's suicide.

For a period of time, Urtula did not reply to You's messages.

  • “Please baby,” she wrote. “i love you so much. Please stop please. Please baby please stop i love you.”

During some this time, You said she was sending messages to Urtula's brother as well. Those messages indicate they were both en route to the garage.

  • In one of her final messages, according to You's representatives, she wrote “IM BEGGING YOU,” and "“PLEASE IM ALMOST THERE PLEASE."

Urtula, a native of Cedar Grove, New Jersey, was a biology major who had finished his coursework and was working at a hospital in New York at the time of his death, BC officials said in a statement.

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