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Posted: Monday, June 17, 2013 6:00 pm | Updated: 12:59 am, Tue Jun 18, 2013.

ALBUQUERQUE — Gov. Susana Martinez’s former campaign manager, Jamie Estrada, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of illegally intercepting Martinez’s campaign email and lying to the FBI.

Estrada entered his plea at an arraignment hearing in federal court, his first appearance in the case. He is charged with 12 counts of email theft and two counts of lying to the FBI.

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1 comment:

  • Jeremy Bangs posted at 3:03 pm on Mon, Jun 17, 2013.

    JDB Posts: 15

    This is a case of unethical behavior by Estrada. Illegal behavior? Not even close. Anyone has the right to purchase and/or renew an internet domain. Governor Martinez and her administration should have renewed the domain they were utilizing and locked out any individuals from that domain that they no longer wanted to have access. This is basic internet security protocol that is practiced by businesses everyday. I guess the Martinez administration is just not that bright.

    Also, I find it interesting that a politician such as Governor Martinez campaigned with a flagship message that government transparency is something that should be practiced at every level. Too bad she failed to live up to her word until her administration got caught discussing state business on private email accounts.

    Both parties involved in this case are ridiculous, they should both be ashamed of themselves.

     

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