Megan Meier : Priceless … Defense Attorney for Lori Drew Say Prosecutors are Real Bullies


The unmitigated audacity. Even in death Megan Meier is disgraced. This time it is by Lori Drew’s attorney who says that the prosecutors are the real bullies in this case. Oh wait, Lori is supposed to be the victim, right? There is a special level of hell reserved for people like this.


Lori Drew, is she a cyberbully or a victim, you make the call

Newsflash to defense attorney Dean Steward who represents Lori Drew or is it Josh Evans? … your client is the face of “cyberbullying” in the same manner that O.J Simpson was the face of wife killers.

The defense attorney for Lori Drew, the woman who harassed and bullied 13 year old Megan is saying that the prosecutors are the real bullies in this case as they dare seek a stiff sentence against Lori Drew, the “mother once accused of scheming over the Internet to humiliate 13-year-old neighbor Megan Meier who later committed suicide.” ONCE, FICTION???!!!???

“The government’s case is all about making Lori Drew a public symbol of cyberbullying,” Steward said. “The government has created a fiction that Lori Drew somehow caused (Megan’s) death, and it wants a long prison sentence to make its fiction seem real.”

Lawyer Dean Steward represents Lori Drew, who is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court after being convicted in November of three misdemeanor counts of accessing computers without authorization.

Drew was found not guilty of the felony charge of intentionally causing emotional harm while accessing computers without authorization. The jury deadlocked on a felony conspiracy charge.

The defense thinks its an outrage to demand a harsh three-year prison term. Lori Drew should consider herself lucky that she got away with murder because there were no real laws to charge her with.

We all know that juries can be inept and clueless. These jurists were cowards. The fact that the jury in the Lori Drew case did not find her guilty on the felony counts is inexcusable and should haunt them all to their grave. Yup, O.J Simpson was not guilty as well, right?

Lori Drew was charged with violating the the MySpace terms of service in order to perpetrate a hoax. That hoax ultimately cost Megan Meier her life. However, Drew’s defense attorney used the following as some type of reasoning … that because a set of rules is not usually read, it therefore cannot be violated. Really? How many people have ever read their auto insurance policy from cover to cover? Do you think if you violate the exclusions of your policy, you will be covered? The answer is no. Ignorance to the rules are not a defense. Except if one has an LA jury.

However, the fact that the defense thinks her client should get a slap on the wrist for what she did is reason # 2.5.7 as to why we despise defense attorneys. Sadly, at the time of this heinous act by Lori Drew, the laws had not caught up to the technology.

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    33 Responses to “Megan Meier : Priceless … Defense Attorney for Lori Drew Say Prosecutors are Real Bullies”

    1. HOPE on May 18th, 2009 11:14 am


      She washed her hair…

      Lost a little weight…

      Puttin’ on the Ritz!


      It’s not what they look like….

      It’s how they act.

    2. HOPE on May 18th, 2009 11:16 am


      You should do a before and after!


      BIG difference!


      She looks like a bully

      and so does her daughter.

    3. Scott on May 18th, 2009 12:09 pm

      I hope this woman gets what she has coming to her….death!

    4. Michelle Smith on May 18th, 2009 12:55 pm

      The jury failed Megan Meier on this one. That bully should have been charged with the felony charge of intentionally causing emotional harm while accessing computers without authorization, she purposely & willfully harassed & tormented this child. She is a grown woman and should know better. Nice role model Lori and she probably doesn’t even care. I guess she’s still stuck in her teenage years and never grew up. She is spineless for playing the victim and not taking responsibilities for her actions.

    5. Miss-Underestimated on May 18th, 2009 1:45 pm

      This woman has got to be sleeping with BOTH eyes open. We all know about Karma. Just ask Nancy Pelousy in a few weeks.

    6. St Stephen on May 18th, 2009 3:20 pm

      The laws have indeed not caught up with the technology…but there is a higher court that she will have to answer to when the time comes, and she will be judged accordingly, as we all will.

      I hope that the courts realize that adults cannot continue to prey upon our young and will take the necessaru steps to incur laws that protect those most vulnerable to this type of abuse.

      The fact that she, as a 49 year old ADULT) disguised her identity to a MINOR should send up a red flag as to the responsibilty of our legal system that this will never be tolerated. I hope and pray that time is sooner rather than later, or there may be more victims at the hands of cold-blooded murderers such as Drew.

    7. Chris on May 18th, 2009 4:37 pm

      There is one question to ask. If Lori Drew had not done what she did through the Internet against Megan would she be alive today? Yes, in all probablility. Should she walk away from this? No.

    8. ANewGirl on May 18th, 2009 6:19 pm

      @#1- HOPE. Lori Drew can wash her hair as much as she wants, lose as much weight as she can (can you spell STRESS, anyone?)and try to impress courtroom members by putting on a designer suit to no avail.

      She IS a bully. She IS and should be held responsible for her part in harrassing a young teenager (so effectively) the poor girl hung herself in her room. WHAT BUSINESS DOES A GROWN ADULT WOMAN HAVE GETTING INVOLVED IN HER TEENAGED DAUGHTERS SOCIAL LIFE?? So much so, that she knowingly and in good faith and sound mind…uses the internet and a false persona to plot and plan the downfall of the innocent victim?

      Drew knew beforehand of the mental status of Megan Meirer, yet she continued to harrass and bully her—acting as a young man on line…getting this frail teenager to actually believe there was a young boy at the other end of the computer. HOW CRUEL !!!!!! Lori Drew has some serious issues, and we can only hope the DA drives home how maliciously Drew persued Megan and PURPOSELY planned to partake in messing with this teenagers emotions. The results were devastating, weren’t they LORI DREW! You are a Scumbag and no one feels any sympathy for you and the pain you have brought this family.

    9. Susan on May 18th, 2009 7:06 pm

      Sentencing Delayed for Mom in MySpace Hoax
      Monday, May 18, 2009 (AP)

      LOS ANGELES — A federal judge in Los Angeles has delayed the sentencing of a Missouri woman for her role in a MySpace hoax directed at a 13-year-old neighbor who ended up committing suicide.

      U.S. District Judge George Wu on Monday rescheduled Lori Drew’s sentencing to July 2.

      The judge says he wants to review testimony by prosecution witnesses. He did not rule on a defense motion to dismiss Drew’s convictions on three misdemeanor counts of accessing computers without authorization.

      Prosecutors say Drew sought to humiliate Megan Meier by helping create a fictitious teen boy on the social networking site and sending flirtatious messages to the girl in his name.

      The fake boy then dumped Megan in a message saying the world would be better without her. She hanged herself a short time later in October 2006.

    10. Susan on May 18th, 2009 7:16 pm

      A three year prison term is much too light for the mental anguish/pain Lori Drew intentionally put Megan through!! :-(

      Let’s just hope that Lori is put in the general prison population where she can be taken care of accordingly ;-)


    11. buster on May 19th, 2009 12:49 am

      Susan said it all !!! Thanks Susan !!!
      Take care sweetie !!!
      God Bless Megan she is in gods hands now

    12. Johnny on May 19th, 2009 6:34 am

      Heres hoping that some tragedy befalls this woman or her daughter to give them a little taste of what it feels like for Megans family. The judge will let her go without serving a day,and she will go on in her life as a bully queen. If it was my daughter she did that to she wouldnt though. No way , no how.

    13. ANewGirl on May 19th, 2009 7:06 am

      Hope====the only point I was trying to make regarding Lori Drew’s “new & improved” appearance was…..

      No matter what she now looks like on the outside..,it’s the inside that counts and Drew is rotten to the core.

      =( Now the Judge needs time to review the charges so he does not set a negative precedent…Are you SERIOUS Judge Wu? While it is his occupation as a Judge to intpret law as it applies to our Constitutional Rights—I think Judge Wu is entering a very controversial finding here…. Wu may have a point, however–a teenage girl is DEAD (at the hands of an Adult using the internet to harrass and influence her)—what about Megan Meirer?


    14. Susan on May 19th, 2009 8:32 am

      buster – You are very welcome :-) Thank you, too!

      Johnny – I hope you are wrong about Judge Wu letting Lori Drew off scott free, allowing her to walk.

      Good question, ANewGirl – What about Megan’s constitutional rights – LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF… Lori Drew took all of that away from Megan, plus some :-(

      Ms. Pig Slop Lori Drew and her daughter should PAY DEARLY with own lifes for what they did to Megan!! I feel certain Lori’s daughter played a major role in harassing Megan. No doubt the two were in cahoots!


    15. Michelle Smith on May 19th, 2009 8:44 am

      Lori Drew IS NOT the victim. Megan Meier and her family are the victims. I despise bullies and it needs to be taken more seriously. This kind of thing goes on all the time and very little is done about it until something tragic happens.

    16. buster on May 19th, 2009 8:59 am

      The sad part is drew hates Megan even more now that she has to pay for her crime. drew thinks she is the victim now and has no remorse for Megan what so ever. drew is going to have her hands full with that prize daughter she raised !!! I hope there is a special place in hell for drew and that piece of $hit urin vandercrap.

    17. Michelle Smith on May 19th, 2009 12:47 pm


      There is a special place for scum like Lori & her daughter in HELL.

    18. Angel on May 19th, 2009 3:21 pm

      Probation and fines? hmmmm…here’s something I’ve thought about since this first happened… How can this woman’s parenting skills, (or obvious lack of) not be called into question? How about some couseling and parenting classes (preferrably not at the tax payers’ expense)? Why have I not heard anyone say that this woman is clearly not fit to be parenting anyone when she so obviously needs supervision herself?
      And let’s address her husband while we’re at it…If this man was any kind of true and decent father he would tell this “Bully” to get the hell away from his kids and he would get them into some kind of counseling as well, to try and undo the damage she has done.
      One would think that Social Services would be of the impression that something is amiss in this family’s parenting skills and step in, if only to just be sure that all is well.

    19. HOPE on May 19th, 2009 6:43 pm

      Here’s a ping back…

      One of the last things that were said to Megan was that ‘everyone hated her’


      Nice thing for a 49 year old woman to do. No doubt, her daughter was keeping tabs on their helpless victim, knew and reported her sadness to her mom. People do ruthless things to those they’re jealous of… Both Megan and her mother were beautiful. This poor child was stalked on the internet by a woman and her daughter who thought it would be funny to pose as a boy who professed his love for her.

      Lori Drew needs to serve some jail time for this crime, imo and her daughter needs to be charged as a juvenile and some serious counseling.

    20. mamacrazy30 on May 19th, 2009 6:55 pm

      nasty woman…i hope she gets hers, but in reality nothing much will happen. of all the low-down things i can think of, to bully a 13 year old girl is beyond disgusting. i wonder how this ‘lady’s’ daughter is gonna’ turn out?

    21. yoyo muffintop on May 19th, 2009 9:49 pm

      Judge Wu will dismiss this and rightly so.

      I don’t believe SM’s understands this case at all – as charged, the victim of Lori Drew’s crime was not Megan Meier, but Myspace. The crime was a violation of Myspace’s terms of service.

      Here’s what the Government argued: “Krause argued that Drew’s acts were criminal because she signed up for the fake account with the intention of harming Megan by humiliating her. Drew knew her acts were illegal and deleted the account shortly after Megan’s death to cover up her crime, he contended.”

      This law is troubling for an extremely important reason – it permits private rules (that need have no notice or specificity requirement, and in fact need make no sense at all) from being enforced as if they were criminal laws.

      And for the owner of a website such as SM’s to say “The fact that the jury in the Lori Drew case did not find her guilty on the felony counts is inexcusable and should haunt them all to their grave.” is utterly foolish. Red meat for the readers but foolish to say none the less.

      The federal felony conspiracy charge was that she did this in concert with others to obtain information and to further tortious conduct — intentional infliction of emotional distress — violating the felony provisions of 18 U.S.C. 1030(a)(2).

      If Lori Drew was convicted of the felony charged, the owner of this website could easily be charged with multiple felonies. An example:
      - A politician votes the wrong way. I think that’s an evil, tyrannical vote so I repeatedly and harshly condemn the politician on my blog, hoping that he’ll get very upset. I’m transmitting a communication with the the intent to cause substantial emotional distress, using electronic means (a blog) “to support severe, repeated, and hostile behavior.” (I might also be said to be intending to “harass” – who knows, given how vague the term is – but the result is the same even if we set that aside.) Result: I am a felon, subject to the uncertainty about what “severe” means.

      Take the “emotion” out of it and understand the implications folks…

    22. buster on May 20th, 2009 12:50 am

      Now I hope there is a special place in hell for drew, urin vandercrap and yoyo butt hole !!!

    23. ANewGirl on May 20th, 2009 4:27 am

      YoYo- while you raise many valid and good points (and hence, this is exactly WHY Judge Wu is questioning the charges and subsequent ruling in this case)

      I think, perhaps you are missing OUR point. What you state is truthful. We do have emotion in our posts, and the reason is obvious.

      We are writing from our minds, and emotions which seem to carry a common thread here with many Monkeys! All we are saying, is we believe that Lori Drew is a mean, manipulating, lying LOSER who intentionally harrassed a teenager and CONTRIBUTED (not caused) her subsequent death.

      Poor Megan already had severe depression & low self-esteem issues. What Drew did was what CONTRIBUTED to finally putting her over the top.

      So, here is my question to you YO YO—-take the legality out of it and give us an honest response to your morals/values/beliefs. Do you defend the actions of Lori Drew? Do you think she acted as a normal, sane parent? Do you believe Drew used good judgement?

      Lori Drew Sucks. I’d like to wipe that smirk off of that fugly face permananetly.

      What say you, YoYo?

      NG from Boston

    24. yoyo muffintop on May 20th, 2009 8:15 am

      New Girl – I’ll use your exact words to decribe my thoughts on Ms Drew: Lori Drew Sucks. I’d like to wipe that smirk off of that fugly face permananetly.
      And to answer your questions: No, No and no.

    25. klds on July 2nd, 2009 3:05 pm

      She got off- I can’t believe we hold NO ONE responsible for their behavior anymore- great lessons she has taught children and now she walks away…I hope people never let her forget what a bully she has been and that her life her on earth is her hell and punishment for what she has done!

    26. lorrie whiley on July 2nd, 2009 4:42 pm

      Lori Drew needs her ((edit)) kicked I’m talking a real ((edit)) whipin. That ((edit)) is probably walking around now thinking “that whats up i got off I’m a bad ((edit)) and I’m in the right and I can do what ever the hell I want” But Oh I wish I could just have 20 minutes with that Ho! Her daughter is still here and that ((edit)) stole a life… And gets off! I guess no ones madd but me. I am pissed.

    27. hatepopups on July 2nd, 2009 4:46 pm

      Megan was a beautiful little girl, her mom is also a very beautiful lady. Lori Drew was probably jealous of their beautiful family, and that’s why she did what she did. Lori Drew is a fat jealous cow!!!

    28. Brian on July 2nd, 2009 6:36 pm

      I find comfort in knowing there are many people out there who will make death threats for a long time to Lori Drew.
      SM: No one approves of that, she will have to live with what she did and walk with a scarlet letter seen by all.

    29. cerasocni on July 2nd, 2009 6:43 pm

      I sincerely do not understand this. Isn’t there Federal Law against an adult entering into a romantic relationship with a minor over the internet?

    30. Elena Folsom on July 2nd, 2009 7:29 pm

      she is a deplorable human who knew exactly what she was doing, try her for murder, she is responsible for this child taking her life, and I cannot fathom that she raises kids herself, poor kids, firing squad downtown wouldn’t be sufficient,

    31. Elena Folsom on July 2nd, 2009 7:33 pm

      her time in hell is coming,,,certainly

    32. April on July 3rd, 2009 4:37 pm

      Megan committed suicide.
      She wanted to kill herself since she was in the third grade.
      Wouldn’t you go to your mom when you were in pain?
      Why didn’t Megan’s parents see more in to the situation.
      I’m not going to blame anyone in this…. Lori didn’t kill Megan.

      The laws is right and the case was correctly ruled.

      Megan’s mother and father can fight for tougher laws and make Megan’s death worth something.

      What makes this different from when kids get bullied in school or at home?
      No one jumps down the throat of a mother who verbally harassed her daughter everyday..who then commited suicide.

      We can blame Megan for her death…then blame everyone else who had ever called her a name..

    33. kenny on October 28th, 2009 3:54 pm

      megan is the one who called sarah an ugly not saying it okay to get mad cause someone said you were gay,but the m,ale equivalent is saying a guy is a fag with a 2 inch cock.and no one would care if the one who was called a weenie peenie did womething back.the lori drew case is completly sexist–if all involved were guys,no judge would be seeing this!!government is trying to prove women are not equal,and it seems to be working.trying to prove girls cant ake it.

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