Palin Hacker Could Go To Prison For 25 Years
Wonder what will happen to the kid since his dad is politically connected:
A Tennessee jury on Friday convicted the man who hacked Sarah Palin’s e-mail account on two of four charges — computer fraud and obstruction of justice. The panel did not find David Kernall guilty guilty of wire fraud. It deadlocked on an identity theft charge.
The former University of Tennessee student faced as much as 50 years for breaking into Palin’s e-mail while the former Alaska governor was the Republican vice presidential candidate in 2008.
The two charges for which Kendall was convicted — unlawful computer access and obstruction of justice — carried a combined maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and $500,000 in fines. It also calls for as much as eight years of supervised release, but it will be up to the judge to decide the sentence.
I hope an example is made of him. Liberal haters must be punished.
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