The Public Pronouncements of Lori Drew

A Look at the Leters and Documents

Did She Issue an Apology?

a·pol·o·gy /əˈpɒlədʒi/ Pronunciation KeyShow Spelled Pronunciation[uhpoluh-jee] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation –noun, plural -gies.

a written or spoken expression of one’s regret, remorse, or sorrow for having insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another: He demanded an apology from me for calling him a crook.Do any of the following statements from Lori Drew’s letter, which is part of the St. Charles County police investigation, fit the definition of an apology? Do they show remorse, imply regret, or display sorrow for the actions that Lori Drew claimed responsibility for in the St. Charles County Sheriff’s Police Report?

The Letter

“We are very sorry for the extreme pain you are going through and can only imagine how difficult it must be. We have every compassion for you and your family.

The Police Incident Report

“Drew explained she wanted to “just tell them” what she did to contribute to the Meier’s daughters suicide. Drew stated in the months leading up Meier’s daughter’s suicide, she instigated and monitored a “my space” account which was created for the sole purpose of communicating with Meier’s daughter. Drew said she, with the help of temporary employee named “Ashley,” constructed a profile of “good looking” male on “my space” in order to “find out what Megan (Meier’s daughter) was saying on on-line about her daughter. Drew explained the communication between the fake male profile and Megan was aimed at gaining Megan’s confidence and finding out what Megan felt about her daughter and other people. Drew stated the she, her daughter and Ashley all typed, read and monitored the communication between the fake male profile and Megan. Drew went on to say, the communication became “sexual for a thirteen year old.” Drew stated she continued to fake male profile despite the development.”

Source – The Smoking Gun – Megan Meier Police Reports

From the most recent statement from Lori Drew via her attorney, Jim Briscoe:

Read the rest:

Lori Drew: Anatomy of an Apology 

Source:

Lori Drew: Anatomy of an Apology 

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
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