Hacker of Sarah Palin's e-mail found guilty

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    Hacker of Sarah Palin's e-mail found guilty - Yahoo! News


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    Hope the little idiot gets a decent sentence.
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    He'll get community service.

    Bet on it.
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    It would be justice if he had to clean Sarah Palin's toilet with his toothbrush for six months..
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    20 years for a yahoo account is retarded
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    Unless of course he had hacked the ONES account and disclosed personal and private information about the Obama's then you would want him drawn and quartered. And Obama would sic the Secret Service on him, you see Obama pays millions to HIDE his and his wife's past from those pesky citizens he is supposed to be all open and up front with. Several lawyers are getting rich off him alone.
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    you have serious deflection and partisan issues. you really need help. can to respond next time with something related to the thread or my post?
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    I bet that will happen as well. Its sad that people who believe so much in 'social justice' can't seem to even implement judicial justice. I would like to know the political make up of the jury. That would reveal a lot of interesting things.
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    He was pointing out that politics plays a big part in these decisions. It should not have split the way it was. It should have been guilty on all charges and doing the maximum amount of time.
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    He could get 50 years! 50! Tahts what the headlines said at first. Now its 20, by next week, they will say he will do probation!
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    Its a lesson about taking things too far with politics.
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    He is a Democrat. Why not use the insanity defense?
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    Typical Socialist/Progressive douchebag. His father should probably be arrested to. I'm sure he was fully aware of his son's activities. In fact he may have even helped him. Hurry up and get this douchebag his orange jumpsuit. Good riddance.
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    Does this fall under one of those "White Collars Death Penalty" Crimes that Dante demanded?
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    At first you think, its a prank if some kid is just having fun on the internet, but when that kid decides to make public the results of that prank for whatever reason, then it goes beyond the bounds of what being young and making poor choices is all about. So yes, this young man should get punished for what was an obvious attempt at gain over his theft of someone else's e-mail. To me a fitting punishment would be 6 years in the US Navy or any other branch of the US Military where it might teach that young man a little discipline and something about values that he did not get from his own father.
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    Good , hes a criminal
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    Now he can hang out will all his fellow douchebag Obama supporters. Most degenerate criminals fully support the Democratic Party so he'll probably fit right in. Better stock up on those soap-on-a-ropes though. Bye bye.
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    I wonder who will write her FaceBook drivel for her NOW?
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    1) I think this kid was way stupid to do this. He needs a long sentence because we need to point out that identity theft and hacking like this is A VERY BAD THING. I don't want anyone reading my mail either. Mail is private.

    2) Do not use Yahoo for anything sensitive. The guy cracked into the account in 5 minutes using publicly available information. Yahoo alows you to set up security questions, but they only allow you questions of their choosing. The guy knew the name of her mother in law, the school Palin attended, and the city where she was born. The bank where I used to work allowed you to set up your own questions. Mine was in Russian, and even if you could read it, you wouldn't know the answer.

    Anyway, all citizens should have the privilege of secure communication, and anyone who invades privacy should expect a long term stay at Graybar Manor.
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    He was not convicted of Identity Theft in this case. The jury could not decide on that charge. So for that charge he is still innocent.

    The following is not in reply to your post, just my own comments.

    What he did was wrong, but 20 years and ruining his life for a stupid mistake?

    He is 22 years old (or was that his age when he committed the crime) and there is no evidence that he is a repeat offender or will be in the future. Punish him? Yes, by all means, but ruin his life? I hope there is some mercy in that court!

    Immie

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