Remember those threatening emails Gen. Petraeus’ mistress Paul Broadwell reportedly sent to Jill Kelley, the other “other woman” in the Petraeus scandal? Well, apparently Broadwell won’t face cyberstalking charges, according to the Justice Department.
re: Paula Broadwell, US Atty in Tampa: “no federal charges will be brought…relating to alleged acts of cyberstalking.”
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) December 18, 2012
Paula Broadwell will not be charged with cyberstalking. Why not?? She was clearly cyberstalking!!
— noelle nikpour (@noellenikpour) December 18, 2012
Twitchy will update with details as they become available.
More from the AP:
Justice Dept. is dropping its investigation into whether Petraeus' mistress stalked a romantic rival online: http://t.co/4f8VodTZ -AB
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 18, 2012
Broadwell’s lawyer, Robert Muse, gave The Associated Press a letter from U.S. Attorney Robert O’Neill that says no federal charges will be brought in Florida related to “alleged acts of cyberstalking.”
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