TX - An Austin man is accused of spying on the e-mails of his estranged wife and one of her friends, using the information to build a case for divorce...
Austin police investigators charged Karl Redden Dalley, 41, with unlawful interception of electronic communication -- a second-degree felony. He allegedly spied throughout much of 2010.
Investigators said Dalley used eBlaster, made by SpectorSoft , to monitor his wife's e-mails from their home computer. They also claim he used the same software to spy on a computer at an Austin karate school.
Police said Dalley's wife also claimed her estranged husband used photos from her cell phone as evidence during their divorce proceeding in November 2010.
Police first learned of the case in February 2010, when Dalley's wife told them that he had sent an e-mail to all of the brown and black belts in the Austin area karate school. Dalley's wife was an instructor there, and the e-mail accused her of having an affair with the school's president. (more)