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A mother in Pennsylvania faces six felony charges and accusations.
She hacked into a school district's computer system and changed -- kids' grades.
Cops say the mom -- a former secretary for the district to use the superintendents own password to access the system.
Cops say mom admitted to changing grades and that she said she thought her actions were unethical -- but not illegal.
Back to legal panel former prosecutor Fox's legal analyst Arthur -- dollar criminal offense very result you know this wasn't just a couple times.
They've charged with doing this 110 times -- a lot of -- -- -- about it one time was this.
One time she changed her kids grade from -- 98 to when -- nine.
The risk reward thing here is not very good what an example you children from -- -- as they get -- -- be camping did it but this is.
I don't think.
H you know I hope is that chemical imbalance is something that could explain this this is just so wrong.
On so many levels.
I don't know what's worse this mom or the dads at the Little League games and start punching.
The referees -- -- -- -- -- didn't get the right call man it's -- America gone wild Randy maybe this was just God's will.
I don't know that it was -- well but thank god judges have discretion and we have like a spectrum of wrongdoing.
The fact that this woman did all of this to change -- grade one point.
The fact that she -- -- that there were other -- engaging and all night I was -- -- that yeah I'm you realize that you have done something wrong so many times that you don't change it one number are always my goal but what -- Happens is that you look at what she did compared to your typical computer hacking case we do it for financial reason you do with the hurt somebody you -- Damage all this that this that this case is somebody like these guys -- copied about.
She committed a crime can hurt anybody OK let me ask you question your equipment your kids -- -- -- school.
Your kids applying hovered Hart did supply not right you'll keep accurate -- they with a 98 point I don't -- -- to -- -- 99 I think.
The ever changing the path to a medical excuse is gonna keep my -- from going to Harvard can't nobody stop.
Gotten what she did her wrong what she did was wrong but again -- right giver and Jack and felonious and felonious -- had it maybe true and it will be resolved she will not go to jail she could use a perhaps a little bit of supervision.
But -- line a criminal what about what's stopping federal for button and -- -- away.
Death penalty -- Everyone's being -- with a win or not she was released on 30000 dollars unsecured bail so they clearly don't think she's a flight risk she saw the newspaper so -- -- -- program.
Well all right so what.
What kind of example do you want your mommy dearest here to set exactly and should the first thing she needs to do is make a public statement after -- police.
Before she goes -- I had a right after and is it just say what I did was wrong children of America this is you should.
She is alleged to have used three different computers to gain access to -- this its computer system or home computer one -- -- east Penn school district and one associated with.
-- after -- leaving north northwesterly high school district she had jobs with the east Penn state district and QVC a televised on -- shopping network.
110 times she'd make changes the acts were intentional criminal action to obtain.
Protected information said the prosecutor done -- like these prosecutors are re just go all that's my -- you go all the hundreds of times your old like you it's like -- boldly -- not fresh.
I got to right now I mean come on let's put it in proper perspective but -- on -- -- that thank you boys some Washington State is set to --
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