CyberTech Rambler

March 15, 2007

HP Pretexting Court case a damp squib

Filed under: Uncategorized — ctrambler @ 5:28 pm

Well, it is only to be expected. People can analyze the case as much as they like.

We cannot convict anybody because the way something goes about is wrong. One need to say so-and-so action is wrong and prosecute based on these action. That makes it difficult to build a strong case in any prosecution. Of course having money and good lawyers make it even more difficult.

I do not think anybody is surprised by this. One may say, morally speaking, to be dragged to explain oneself in Congress is humiliating enough to serve as punishment. Made worse by the interviewee pleading the “fifth amendment” very frequently while being quizzed.

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