Michelle Carter has just been convicted of manslaughter for encouraging Conrad Roy to complete suicide in 2014. “Hang yourself, jump off a building, stab yourself,” she said. Michele was 17 at the time. So what should happen to medical school professors who use the same words, trusted adults who order students to die by suicide (with step-by-step instructions on how to complete the task). Would this be medical school manslaughter? Encouraging anyone to die by suicide is sick. Giving instructions is deadly. Getting a salary to do it is criminal. Read verbatim what professors have actually said to their students. Should they be convicted? Imprisoned? Fired? Add your comment here . . .