Judge Rules State Must Give Man His Wife's E-mail

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A judge in Frankfort has ruled the state
must turn over e-mails to a man who wants to see messages sent
between his wife and a co-worker at a state office.

The court yesterday granted Stephen Malmer's Open Records Act
request after the state Attorney General's Office said the Justice
and Public Safety Cabinet had violated the law by refusing to the
release the e-mails.

Malmer wants to see messages between his wife, Bobbie Malmer,
and former state employee David Moss from 2005 and 2006.

Stephen Malmer says his wife has since acknowledged an affair,
but he wants to see the messages she and Moss exchanged. He says
his wife supported his efforts.

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