Palin Email Hacker’s Lawyer Tries Out The “It Was Just A Prank” Defense

If this doesn’t prove the guy is a Typical Liberal, I don’t know what else does

Jurors in the trial of a former college student charged with hacking Sarah Palin’s e-mail account in 2008 heard testimony Tuesday that the accused man didn’t believe in what Palin wanted to do when she was the Republican vice presidential candidate.

Palin has been subpoenaed to testify at the trial of 22-year-old David Kernell, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg Weddle said in court for the first time that Palin’s husband, Todd Palin, and their daughter, Bristol, are also potential witnesses in the trial that could last a week or longer.

Kernell’s attorney told a federal jury that his client had no criminal intent and guessed his way into Palin’s personal e-mail.

Welcome to The Law, pal!

Defense attorney Wade Davies said Kernell’s actions were a prank and that he tried to brag about it afterward and respond to Internet messages that accused him of lying. Davies said Kernell openly left an online trail to himself that the government has mixed into four felony charges. Davies said Kernell never tried to destroy any evidence on his laptop and that he was crying when called the FBI after learning of the investigation.

“I had no intention of killing that guy by cutting his breaks, your Honor. It was just a prank.”

Have fun in jail, chump!

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6 Responses to “Palin Email Hacker’s Lawyer Tries Out The “It Was Just A Prank” Defense”

  1. John Ryan says:

    Teach better look up the sentencing guidelines for first time offenders before you begin gloating about him going to jail

  2. mojo says:

    Soon to learn the definition of “pillow biter”.

  3. gitarcarver says:

    Teach better look up the sentencing guidelines for first time offenders before you begin gloating about him going to jail

    So you support Kernell’s breaking the law?

    Step up to the plate and instead of focusing on ancillary issues, say whether you believe that the guy broke the law and should pay for his crime.

  4. He only supports the hacker because the guy did it to someone on the Right. If it was done to someone on the left, he would be pitching a fit.

  5. cbizier says:

    Brakes.

  6. Trish says:

    Johnny, what is your problem? The clown was breaking the law. And I am certain you’d feel differently if it had been Obama’s emails that were hacked.
    What’s good for the goose…is never good for the gander if the gander is a Republican.

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