Pete Patriarch’s Musings

December 29, 2010

Man faces jail for uncovering wife’s affair

Filed under: Uncategorized — Pete @ 1:58 am

This kind of shit only goes down in Western PC-land. The same country that let a woman walk after she shot her husband in cold blood while he was asleep, unplugged the phone and watched him die before calling 911, is going to prosecute a man for reading his wife’s email err, uncovering her affair.

Man faces jail for reading wife’s email

A man in the US faces up to five years in prison for reading his wife’s emails without her permission.

33-year-old Leon Walker says he read his wife Clara’s emails because he suspected her of having an affair with her former husband.

He has been charged under anti-hacking laws aimed at preventing identity theft and the stealing of trade secrets.

Using his wife’s password on a shared laptop, Mr Walker uncovered her alleged affair with her second husband.

Read that last sentence again. They de-emphasize it, but it seems Mr Walker had actually uncovered the affair he had been suspecting. This prosecution is on par with this for high traitor content.

The case raises serious questions about what is, and is not acceptable on shared computers, such as checking a partner’s emails, or social networking accounts.


All this is about is a woman getting caught out and Uncle Sam running in like the Captain Save-a-Ho he is to save her and make sure the husband is ruined.

This is modern America. Adultery is not illegal, but finding it out is.


1 Comment »

  1. You’ve got an obvious point Pete. My theory is organized crime wants as many females running the judicial system as possible, now that too many mob guys are turning rat to avoid prison.

    Comment by Ernest Chatham MSW — February 6, 2011 @ 9:13 am

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