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 December 23, 2016  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Heather Clark reports:

An appeals court judge who concurred in a ruling regarding a man who sued his wife for reading his email correspondence with several mistresses issued a scathing opinion this week, declaring that the man was wrong to request a “reward for concealing criminal activity,” since adultery in Illinois remains a crime.

While the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ultimately ruled that the man’s lawsuit “technically” was valid, Judge Richard Posner, appointed to the bench by then-President Ronald Reagan, scourged the man’s suit against his estranged wife as being a “pure waste of judicial resources.”

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