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  1. Dardenne Prairie made the news on October 16, 2006 when Megan Meier, who had a history of depression and ADD, hanged herself because of an unraveled relationship she had started on MySpace, the popular social networking site. A fellow teenager, under the name "Josh," befriended Megan and then abruptly ended the relationship, citing rumors that she was a cruel person. Megan hanged herself the next day. Allegedly, members of a neighborhood family had communicated with Megan via "Josh's" profile. Lori Drew, 49, will go to Federal Court for her involvement in the MySpace conspiracy. Many feel that this case could change the internet forever. Posted by: madmax on Jun 16, 2008 (0) (0)
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