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Woman sentenced for reading e-mail of husband's ex-wife
| associated press
Posted on 10/21/2003 3:07:34 PM PDT by freepatriot32
Edited on 04/29/2004 2:03:17 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
DENVER, Colorado (AP) -- A judge sentenced an Arizona woman to 60 days home detention for intercepting her husband's ex-wife's e-mail, saying the penalty is a warning to others who might be tempted to do the same.
"Privacy is still a cherished value," U.S. District Judge Richard P. Matsch said in sentencing Angel Lee, 28, of El Mirage, Arizona.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Extended News; Front Page News; News/Current Events; US: Colorado
KEYWORDS: child; colorado; custody; denver; email; exwife; for; husbands; of; reading; sentenced; turass; woman
Should have been settled on Judge Judy.
posted on 10/21/2003 3:10:43 PM PDT
by At _War_With_Liberals
(Hillary's book tour was a thermometer in the behinds of the Dim sheeple for a 2004 run.)
To: At _War_With_Liberals
I love when morons appear before Judge Judy! However, the best ones are young people who have no sense of responsibility or values. She rips them apart.
posted on 10/21/2003 3:16:54 PM PDT
by Paul Atreides
(Bringing you quality, non-unnecessarily-excerpted threads since 2002)
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But another woman can sit, pregnant, by her common-law husband's brain-damaged wife's bedside, and prevent her parents and religious leaders from visiting her, and that's okay.
posted on 10/21/2003 4:20:28 PM PDT
(Terri: Day 7 without food/water and the Florida Senate will have three meals today before they vote.)
Now this guy will have 2 ex-wives!
admitted accessing at least 215 e-mails sent last year to her husband's ex-wife
It's pretty easy to do this --- I wonder how many are doing something similar that aren't getting caught.
posted on 10/21/2003 6:11:40 PM PDT
All joking aside
your jokes which I love, as a little kid, I was reprimanded severely by Dad when I stupidly and arrogantly opened a letter not addressed to me. Never, ever again.
God help us.
posted on 10/21/2003 6:17:33 PM PDT
Yeah, the only time my Grandma ever hit me was when I thought it would be cute to open a letter from my uncle's girlfriend. Ouch.
We learned the hard way didn't we? I don't even touch e-mail that is not addressed to me. A letter from your uncle's girlfriend? LOL!!! I was only guilty of opening a monthly bill or something so boring...never the less, it was not addressed to me so I was guilty. It was a good lesson to me to respect others property.
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