[Vision2020] Prolific Spammer gets Death Penalty

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Thu May 31 18:41:18 PDT 2007

OK, so maybe not. However, I think Robert Alan Soloway, a prolific spammer they just caught http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=10577224 should get a worse penalty than just some money taken away from him that he made annoying, delaying, and disrupting people and businesses throughout the country. 
  What penalty do you think a prolific spammer that sends out millions if not billions of spam emails to people should receive?
  Here is the penalty I would give them;
  We should lock them in a prison with a coded key pad on the lock. Then the guy would receive 5,000 spam emails on a Pentium 2 computer with dial up with the code for the lock hidden somewhere in one of the emails so he had to open them all up everyday until he finally found the code. Of course there would be a new code and new emails everyday. Spending five to ten years endlessly open spam seems like the fitting punishment for a guy who made millions spamming people. 

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