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Woman sentenced for reading e-mail of husband's ex-wife

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  1. SimonV

    SimonV Petabyte Poster Administrator

    [​IMG]<font size="3">Woman sentenced for reading e-mail of husband's ex-wife</font>

    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.

    Lee pleaded guilty in March and admitted accessing at least 215 e-mails sent last year to her husband's ex-wife, Duongladde Ramsay. Officials said she fraudulently obtained the user name and password information for Ramsay's e-mail account.

    Matsch, best known for his role overseeing the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing trials, has said the e-mail case involved a vicious divorce dispute over children. At Lee's sentencing Friday, he said he considered sending her to jail but believed she needed to be home with her young children.

    Ramsay has compared Lee's actions to someone breaking into her home and reading her diary.

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    1. flex22
      Well no chance of accessing emails while detained at home then, doh :!:
      Sure she wasn't seeing things, :lol: :!: :!: :!:
    2. Jakamoko
      Jeez, with a name like that, you can see why the guy divorced her, whatever the cost :eek:
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