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Re: Schools Prohibit Personal E-mail Sites

Robert Bonomi (
Sun, 12 Jun 2005 05:47:11 -0000

In article <>,
<> wrote:

> Robert Bonomi <> wrote:

>> I've sat in a federal courtroom, and witnessed sentencing for an 18
>> USC 641 violation. It wasn't a single egregious act, but an ongoing
>> series of really 'little' things. After having been reminded by
>> management "not to". The idjit had a side-line personal business, and
>> was doing stuff for it at the office, after hours -- writing
>> correspondence, and printing it out, doing estimates in a
>> spread-sheet, a little bit of photo-copying, etc.

> So what kind of sentence did the above malfeasant Federal employee get
> for doing the above?

"Merely" 6 months in prison (max. term is 1 year). No fine, as I

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