Jul 142012
 July 14, 2012  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Wow. After two years of following a case where an ex-husband was charged with a felony for snooping on his ex-wife’s email,  I just read that the case was dropped at the 11th hour. L.L. Brasier reports:

Prosecutors dropped felony charges Friday against a Rochester Hills man accused of snooping in his wife’s e-mail after they learned that she had been snooping as well — surreptitiously reading text messages on her husband’s phone.

Leon Walker was set to go on trial Monday, charged with computer hacking. He was charged in 2010 after prosecutors learned he had been reading his then-wife Clara Walker’s e-mail to determine whether she was having an affair. She was. The couple has since divorced.

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