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A woman is sentenced to 14 months in jail for spying on another's WhatsApp

2019-08-13T13:28:03.203Z

A woman who took the cell phone of an acquaintance to read her conversations has been sentenced to 14 months in jail. In addition to reading WhatsApp messages that your victim ma


A woman who took the cell phone of an acquaintance to read her conversations has been sentenced to 14 months in jail. In addition to reading the WhatsApp messages that her victim kept with the lawyer of her still husband, from whom she was divorcing, the woman sent the conversation via email .

The events date back to August 2014 while both witnessed a tennis match in Oleiros, A Coruña . The defendant took advantage of the fact that her victim was absent and forgot her cell phone to take it without permission, according to the ruling of the Provincial Court of A Coruña .

Thus, according to the resolution disclosed to the press, the woman read the confidential conversation that the lawyer of her still husband had had with the owner of the phone in order to find out well what "she and the described lawsuit could affect" and Then the " full content " of the conversations was sent to your email account.

The facts could be verified, reflects the sentence, thanks in addition to two witnesses who saw her with the cell phone and who proved that the convicted woman "got the phone" of the other woman and that such conduct had no other purpose than "discover conversations personal and intimate of this one ".

For all these reasons, the accused has been sentenced to 14 months in jail, although she will not be imprisoned, and to pay 1,500 euros for moral damages as compensation.

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