This poor guy in Rochester Hills, Michigan will be facing hard time (relative to the crime) for using his wife’s password against her. He got into her e-mail account and found out that she wasn’t who he thought she was. And now, he could pay dearly for it.
According to MSNBC, Leon Walker,33, has treaded into lethal online territory by hacking into his wife’s Gmail account. But, the most horrific aspect of his snooping resulted in uncovering a secret he was probably seeking to confirm. His wife, Clara Walker, was having an affair. The charges he will face in February is “felony computer misuse.”
They have since divorced, but is this fair? He said he was only trying to protect their children from “neglect.” That proves that there is a lot more to the story than what has been reported. Why would Clara Walker’s affair have anything to do with neglect? Was she seeing the other person so much that the children were in jeopardy? Was he an overbearing husband that clocked her every movement and is using the charge of neglect to justify his jealousy?
Lots of pepole investigate their spouse or significant other to uncover such things. It appears that now, depednding on your tactics, there is a severe penalty for it. Read more here. This case may be the next biggest change in the use of personal online usage.