|Linkin Park Fan Hacks Phone Data|
|Associated Press News Wire (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sun, 26 Nov 2006 19:20:48 -0600
Albuquerque, N.M. (AP) -- A woman is accused of using a computer at a|
national laboratory to hack into a cell phone company's Web site to
get a number for Chester Bennington, lead singer of the Grammy-winning
rock group Linkin Park.
According to an affidavit filed by the Department of Defense Inspector
Investigators said she also hacked into the e-mail of Bennington's
Talinda Bennington told federal authorities last month that someone had
Townsend waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday in U.S.
Townsend's attorney, Ray Twohig, said that investigators were still
"This is the Internet version of a groupie hiding in Mick Jagger's
Townsend's computer wasn't connected to classified data, Padilla said.
The affidavit says that during a search of Townsend's home in
A person who answered the phone Friday at Time Warner -- Linkin Park's
Linkin Park has sold more than 36 million records worldwide. In
Copyright 2006 Associated Press.
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