ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 15, 2008
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(New York: Deborah Roberts) The charging of a Missouri woman, Lori Drew, with using a phony MySpace identity to taunt a neighborhood girl, Megan Meier, who then committed suicide in 2006, examined; details given about what happened on MySpace and the issue of cyberbullying. [Suicide's mother Tina MEIER- calls the decision satisfying; blames the woman for pushing her daughter.] [US attorney, California, Thomas O'BRIEN- says anyone using the Internet to harass....]
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