Whitaker said it appears Miller engaged in criminal use of a computer, a felony, and second-degree criminal impersonation, a misdemeanor, when Miller, then a part-time borough attorney, used computers of other employees in the borough’s legal office in a failed bid to oust state GOP chairman Randy Ruedrich.
“At issue is whether or not the law allows me to tell the truth without fear of punishment,” Whitaker said. “It is my opinion that it is probable that a crime was committed. It appears at least two laws were broken by Mr. Miller.”
As reported by Bill Scannell at Wonkette (hat tip to anonymous):