Lie & Cheat: Protected Rights?

Posted: December 27, 2010 in Uncategorized

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — A Michigan man who says he learned of his wife’s affair by reading her e-mail on their computer faces trial Feb. 7 on felony computer misuse charges.

That is sad & ridiculous. The wife, who cheated is treated like the victim? The man was trying to protect his children & relationship. He obviously suspected something so he investigated. So is it now ok for spouses to cheat? Is cheating now some protected right?

The woman was hiding something, she was cheating, she was lying to her husband. She broke the rules of the relationship & the promises made in marriage.

If someone does not want to be in a marriage, leave/divorce.. do not lie & cheat, do not lead your spouse on. That is not fair to anyone, it does no one any favors!

Perhaps on a political prospective, people see it is apparently ok for politicians to lie & cheat..sooo they are just repeating that behavior? How far down the crapper do people have to fall?

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Comments
  1. Katie says:

    I can’t believe that they want to send the man to jail for five years for this “crime”. Once we get past the incredible waste of tax payer dollars, how about true crimes (assault, burglery, Speaker of the House, etc.) that get far less jail time.

    It sounds like this should be kept in the domestic realm. If she doesn’t want him to read her email, then she should leave. Heck, she was cheating on the guy, sounds like she should have left by now. I have always assumed that my spouse might read my email. I leave it open all day, he could read titles and senders at a glance. That doesn’t ever require snooping.

    Technically, I guess the guy committed a “crime”. But, there are far better ways to deal with this than court and jail time. Or, maybe he should sue her for breech of contract – I’m pretty sure that their marital vows could be read as a contract….

  2. gypsy says:

    I am with you Katie.. she broke their (legal) marriage contract.

    The hiding, sneaking and lying.. just a mud foundation for a relationship.. it is doomed from the moment those issues start.

    If she was still with him, then she was stringing him along.. she was lying & cheating. For me whether what he did was “legal” or not is far less of an issue vs what she did. He wanted to confirm the relationship was over.

    Incredible to give such a sentance for a domestic issue like this. Is that court as strong on SERIOUS crimes, or just things they can throw through loopholes?

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