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The Merry Wives of Email Theft

Divorce battles can be especially ugly. This one, however, could have ended up with jail time.

According to CNN, a woman (Angel Lee) frauduently obtained her husband's ex-wife's email user name and password. No, you don't need a consanguinity chart to figure out that relationship. I probably just should have said "the former wife," or just her name: Duongladde Ramsay, which would have been a lot easier to understand.

After Angel got Duongladde's email password, she went into the ex-wife's account and read 215 emails. Had to be tremendously interesting stuff to have read that many.

Stating that "privacy is still a cherished value," U.S. District Judge Richard P. Matsch sentenced 28-year old Lee of El Mirage, Arizona to 60 days of home imprisonment.

The Judge thought Angel should stay home with the kids rather than go to jail. Too bad he didn't take away her computer, too.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Sunday, October 19, 2003 at 09:35 Comments (1)


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Comments by Dee from United States on Tuesday, October 21, 2003 at 20:48 - IP Logged
It's actually 'Duongladdee', with two e's at the end. Or Dee for short.


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