I'm not going to lie, I feel bad for Leon Walker.  He's looking at 5 years in jail, all because his wife couldn't get her fill.  Was going through her email the moral thing to do?  No.  Was he a dick for doing it?  Yep.  And while he was a dick for going through her account, he certainly doesn't deserve to go to jail for it.People get crazy as hell when they think their partner is having sex with somebody else.  Screaming at each other in public, doing the home drive by, and smelling underwear are all pretty common place behavior when somebody thinks they are getting skeezed on.  I have to assume checking email, text messages, and facebook would be right up there.  Leon Walker took a look at his wife's and now he's facing 5 years in the clink.  Not only do I think it's ridiculous, but I also think it opens a really slippery slope.  I know with so much digital information, we need real life laws to apply to online crimes, but is this a crime?  Milive.com brought up an interesting point,

Consider this case from another angle. If Leon Walker suspected his wife had a drug or gambling problem and (after a bit of digital or analog snooping) discovered she was squirreling away money for her special vice, would anyone find his behavior distasteful?

What if you read your wife's text messages?  What if you read her diary?  What if she left her facebook open?  Leon made a mistake, and I can't really blame him, due the the slutty acts of his wife. Until someone can prove Walker committed a crime, this is a waste of the courts time.