In a high-profile case involving cyber bullying, Missouri mother Lori Drew was found guilty in November of three minor offenses instead of the main conspiracy charge in a cruel internet hoax that allegedly drove 13-year-old Megan Meier to suicide.


The landmark federal trial was one more step in the healing process for Tina Meier, Megan's mother, who has focused on ways to protect other children from cyber bullying in the wake of Megan's death--even leaving her job as a real estate agent to dedicate herself to the Megan Meier Foundation.


Prosecutors said Drew, 49, and two others created a fictitious 16-year-old boy

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