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Date: Mon, 3 May 2010 21:24:22 +0200
From: Christian Sciberras <>
To: Ed Carp <>
Subject: Re: go public to avoid jail

Which is why the creators of Wireshark has long been prosecuted and landed
in jail for 30 years....
Oh wait, they weren't?

On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Ed Carp <> wrote:

> I can see that you have no experience with the legal system other than
> what you've seen on TV (which is, to say, none at all).  If you read
> the IRC logs presented by the prosecution, it is pretty clear what the
> motive was.  Your "release it to the public and you have no liability"
> argument will land you in prison if you try it - go to any attorney
> and ask.  Your emotional "prove Stephen is a saint" attempt at
> twisting what happens in the legal system doesn't change the FACT that
> the burden of proof was easily met by the prosecution and that the
> defense's arguments, while designed to sway people more used to
> emotional appeals than logic, did little to impress the court, with
> very predictable results.
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