Friday, April 30, 2010

Palin Hacker Convicted

Convicted on two charges: Unauthorized access to a computer and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

He was found not guilty of wire fraud, and the jury hung on the charge of identity theft.

The obstruction charge could bring a sentence of 20 years, but it's unlikely for a politician's son with no criminal record. But a felony rap will haunt him the rest of his life; prevent him from owning a handgun, prevent him from being bonded or licensed for various jobs, etc.

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