US Won't Charge Petraeus Biographer With 'Cyberstalking'

Law360, New York (December 18, 2012, 7:33 PM EST) -- Florida federal prosecutors said Tuesday they would not prosecute biographer Paula Broadwell for allegedly “cyberstalking” a family friend of now-resigned CIA Director David Petraeus, a month after an FBI investigation into the harassment revealed the author's affair with the retired four-star general.

After saying they carefully reviewed the evidence, Florida prosecutors declined to indict Broadwell for allegedly harassing volunteer military social liaison Jill Kelley by email,  according to William Daniels, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney Robert O’Neill.

“After applying relevant case law to the particular facts...
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