9/19/2008

Richard Miniter has the identity of the person who hacked into Palin's email account

Seen Miniter's discussion here:

The hacker is David Kernell, the 20-year old son of Mike Kernell, a Democrat and elected state representative in Tennessee, according to Nashville’s largest newspaper, the Tennessean.

I predict that the same crowd that said that Palin should have been able to control her 17-year old daughter will defend the 2o-year old hacker by saying no one can control their kids. At least they will be right once.

If State Rep. Kernell refuses to cooperate with the investigation, the story will get more interesting. . . .

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michelle Malkin has an interesting piece with an actual e-mail exchange between the AP reporter who authored the story and a reader. Below is the AP author's e-mail:

"If Gov. Palin hadn’t been using a consumer-level Yahoo! account (more than one, actually) this crime wouldn’t have happened because the hacker exploited the service’s “forgot-my-password” mechanism, which is inherently insecure."

One can only imagine if the show was on the other foot. The AP would report on the dirty political tricks angle instead.

Nope, no bias here.

9/19/2008 10:49 AM  

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