Skip to comments.U.S. Court denies subpoena of Palin's emails
Posted on 03/23/2010 1:33:54 PM PDT by Patriot1259
On March 17, 2010, the magistrate judge presiding over the criminal case pending against the alleged hacker, David Kernell, issued a detailed and thorough ruling denying Mr. Kernells request for broad subpoena requests to rummage through Sarah Palins email account. The judge, U.S. District Judge C. Clifford Shirley, Jr. denied David C. Kernells motion to subpoena all of Governor Palins emails. Instead, the judge looked closely at the governments allegation against David Kernell, and Kernells defenses, and determined that the subpoenas the defense lawyer proposed sought, with one exception, completely irrelevant information to any issue pending in the case. Mr. Kernell was indicted for unauthorized access and identity theft allegedly committed on September 16, 2008. (March 17, 2010 Court Order, p. 2).
Kernell is facing trial for supposedly breaching and then establishing control over one of Gov. Palins private email accounts.
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Cheeky little b*stard
It took me a while to stop laughing enough to type. Having only partially succeeded in his attempt to violate the law(s), he then asks the court to further assist him in the accomplishment? Mind-boggling.
It looks like this Judge isn’t taking any crap.
chutzpa: (Yiddish) unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity
When this event was going on I was following closely. Had read much about the 4chan traffic about it and some early posts on Michael Malkin’s site.
When I did a Technorati search for David Kernell I found the 3rd hit was a video by David Plouffe (Obozo’s campaign manager). I did a screen capture of the search results and then made a post of a website in TN about it, along with the search path on Technorati. The post included my name and e-mail address in the open, Mistake. Several other people made the search and got the same results. An hour later it was “fixed” where the search no longer worked.
In a couple of days I had a phone conversation with a blogger and he asked me to send him the screen capture. I tried 2 times and it failed through my personnal e-mail address. But when I resent it on my company e-mail address it went right through. I was puzzled until about 2 days later when I received a notice that my message was “held for testing”. My response was “testing for what and for whom? No reply. (and this was way before the election)
Several months later my local ISP determined that Yahoo/ATT mail servers was where the e-mail was held up. To this day I have difficulty sending e-mails with attachments to anyone who has a Yahoo e-mail address. (ie. my daughter)
I continued to follow the events surrounding this and another interested party showed me how to access the cached version of his (Kernell’s) website. His administrators notes had awful things in them about Palin. He moched her because she was a Christian and had “all” those children. He also called her the “C” word. (exactly like the Net Roots cretin did) I think he must have been a Net Root “want to be”.
He mentioned liking the teletubbies (child like) and almost liking them more than porn.
He is one sick kid, literally.
He only does so because he totally expects his leftist judge buddies to have as little principle as he does.
Some things are a little less dirty than dirt.
The Cypress Times has a screen capture from Technorati site with Plouffe in this article’s slide show:
You’re not the first person we’ve seen similar things happen to.
It was my screen capture and Erick was who I e-mailed it to.
The explanation I later got from “experts” was the common thing between Kernell & Pluoffe was the first name “Dave”.
Now all that is not important any longer, but Obozo’s protectors are capable of some amazing computer activities. I have seen them in action since this incident on Twitter. I watched some of them remove my posts when it suited them. I had my account messed up by them for a time, was locked out. The Net Roots are crazy, but some are very technically savvy.
Sorry for the long war stories.
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