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NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Hard to believe it has been over a year since 15-year-old Phoebe Prince decided to hang herself after being ruthlessly bullied by some fellow classmates. But now the teens accused of driving the teen to suicide are finally learning their fates, starting with Sean Mulveyhill and Kayla Narey, both 18.

Yesterday Mulveyhill changed his plea to guilty on a charge of criminal harassment and received one year of probation. He must also perform 100 hours of community service with at-risk youth. As part of his plea, charges of statutory rape and violating Prince’s civil rights were dropped. Smart move, Mulveyhill.

Narey received the same sentence after she pleaded to sufficient facts to the same charge of criminal harassment, acknowledging the state could win conviction at trial. However, after a year of good behavior, the charge will disappear. She did read a letter in court, tearfully apologizing for her part in Prince’s bullying.

Prince’s mother, Anne O’Brien, gave an emotional victim’s impact statement, focusing some anger towards Mulveyhill, who had dated Prince for a short while. “Had I known the truth, I would have viewed his interest in my daughter as predatory and she would have been forbidden to see him,” she said. She also read one of her daughter’s last text messages. “I think Sean condoning this is one of the final nails in my coffin,” Prince wrote.

Ashley Longe, Flannery Mullins and Sharon Chanon Velazquez are all expected to make similar plea agreements on charges of civil rights violation ending in bodily harm when they appear in juvenile court today. A sixth suspect, Austin Renaud, will be in court on July 6 to answer to his statutory rape charge.

Personally, I feel the charges are fair. I never agreed with the felonies they were charged with to begin with. What they did deserved some form of punishment, but they are idiot teens and I don’t think they thought what they were doing would lead to Prince hanging herself. And let’s be real…we don’t have enough jails to lock up every insensitive, short-sighted, arrogant, teenage idiot.

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