Skip to comments.Chattanooga: Local federal grand jury to hear testimony on Palin e-mail hacking
Posted on 09/22/2008 10:08:42 AM PDT by AmericanMade1776
A federal grand jury sitting in Chattanooga on Tuesday will hear the case of a UT student accused of hacking into the e-mail account of GOP vice presidential nominee, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
David Kernell, a 20-year-old University of Tennnessee student accused of the hacking, is the son of state Rep. Mike Kernell, D-Memphis.
See tomorrow's Chattanooga Times Free Press for full coverage.
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When no other news is worthy, news of the grand jury and trial will always be available :)
what questions will be asked? who will testify?
gets interestinger and interestinger ... will Dad show up? how about any 0bama campaign employees... who will be mentioned...
They need to scour all this digital communication channels, not just email, to see who’s pulling the strings. That includes IM, Facebook, Twitter, text messages, phone numbers, etc.
The Grand Jury then decides if the normal prosecution process goes forward, beginning with charges filed and an arrest...
Welcome to the Big Time David. I hope you enjoy it, along with all the other yahoo nimrod admin personnel that get a kick out of handing out users passwords.....;) Just how big are those Secret Service agents, and is the FBI Command Post really as big as it looks in pictures?
Thanks publius.. I thought the GJ could call in [subpoena] anyone they wanted and grill them w/ questions from the grand jury....
glad i’m not a lawyer! LOL
Google... what did we do before???
this one says GJ can subpoena people and evidence
who will be subpeoned? How many Democrats on the Obama Campaign? Stay tuned.. Grand Jury tomorrow in Chattanooga.
Glad to hear it, though not sure about venue.
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