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Sarah massages Fred

Sarah came in to win Buffalo Bill tickets and had to give Fred a massage. Fred refused at first, until we brought Liz into the studio. ___________________________ Read More….

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Is Sarah Palin Going to Leave the Republican Party?

Is Sarah Palin Going to Leave the Republican Party? http://www.tjwalker.com/favorites is affiliate advertising for TJ Walker TJ Walker is the #1 rated Daily … ___________________________ Read More….

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Bill O’Reilly – Sarah Palin Email Hack

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Student faces prison for hacking Sarah Palin’s e-mail

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Sarah Palin hacker loses appeal against evidence deletion

The former college student imprisoned for hacking the email account of Sarah Palin has had his appeal against the charge on which he was convicted rejected by a US court.

David Kernell, who has already been released after serving 11 months for his hacking the former vice Presidential candidate’s Yahoo account in 2008, had appealed against his conviction for obstructing the course of justice.

After guessing his way into Palin’s account and publishing images and emails he found there, Kernell then allegedly set out to cover his tracks, removing traces of what he’d done from his computer.

Kernell’s legal team argued that he had not been contacted by police at that point and convicting him on the charge was in effect a criminalisation of his acts before he was aware he might be obstructing justice.

The three-judge panel rejected this claim, pointing to evidence of a discussion he’d had on an Internet forum in which he made comments that appeared to anticipate police interest in him.

“Thus there is no doubt from this post that Kernell contemplated that an investigation would occur when he took his action, since he specifically referenced the possibility of an FBI investigation in his post,” the court ruled.

In November 2010, Kernell was sentenced to a year and a day in Tennessee State halfway house, a less serious outcome than being sent to an adult prison. He served almost 11 months.

The appeal rejection should bring to a close one of the most colourful hacking episodes of recent years that pitted a DIY intruder with a prominent Democrat for a father against the superstardom of a previously-obscure Governor of Alaska. Neither emerged unscathed.

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Sarah Palin email hacker loses appeal (Reuters)

Reuters – A former college student convicted for hacking into Sarah Palin’s e-mail account during the 2008 presidential election lost a bid to overturn his felony conviction on Monday.

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HTCS1: Sarah Palin’s hacker is released from jail and the U.S. will respond to cyber threats. Listen to more at http://t.co/LTFdDEIN

HTCS1: Sarah Palin’s hacker is released from jail and the U.S. will respond to cyber threats. Listen to more at http://t.co/LTFdDEIN

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Sarah Palin’s husband paid thousands for hacker trial

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The government paid nearly $2,500 for Sarah Palin’s husband to come to the trial of a Tennessee college student who hacked into her email — even though Todd Palin never testified, court records show.

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Tennessee: Federal government spent more than $29,000 in Sarah Palin hacker trial travel expenses

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The government paid nearly $2,500 for Sarah Palin’s husband to come to the trial of a Tennessee college student who hacked into her email — even though Todd Palin never testified, court records show.

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