If prosecutors have their way, David Kernell, the 20 year old son of a Tennessee state representative and prime suspect in the Sarah Palin email hack will make an inmate looking for a young, supple jailhouse bride very happy. He was indicted today by a federal grand jury in Knoxville, Tenn for illegally accessing the account and faces up to 5 years in prison, a $US250,000 fine and a three-year term of supervised release. A trial date has not been set, but it is safe to say that things don't look good. [USDOJ via Crunchgear]
Sarah Palin Email Hacker Faces 5 Year Prison Term
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