Feb 142016
 February 14, 2016  Breaches, Court, Online, Surveillance

Jessica Masulli Reyes and Saranac Hale Spencer report on a case that is so extreme and unusual that it’s hard to know what to make of the sentencing:

Lenore Matusiewicz continued to spew hatred for her deceased ex-daughter-in-law even as a federal judge sentenced the ailing 70-year-old woman while standing at her bedside in a Philadelphia hospital on Friday.

At a highly unusual last-minute, emergency hearing on Friday afternoon, the judge sentenced Matusiewicz to life in prison – making her the first person in the United States to be convicted and sentenced for cyberstalking resulting in death.

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