The lawyer for a Missouri mother accused of creating a fake MySpace page to harass a 13-year-old girl is arguing that charges should be tossed out of court because if she is guilty, then so are millions of internet users every day, reports the Washington Post. Lori Drew became the focus of national outrage after the girl committed suicide. Court papers filed July 23 seize on a possible weakness in the prosecution's case that has been noted by several legal experts since the May indictment: While Drew's alleged behavior might have been wrong, there is no legal sanction against it.


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