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I need help to stay out of JAIL

Discussion in 'Legal Issues' started by AccusedOfFelony, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. #1
    Hello,
    Can someone tell me which of these is the actual physical IP Address?
    SEMrush
    Received: from [192.168.1.7] (198.subnet-69-85-115.ellijay.com. [69.85.115.198]

    My ex had me arrested based on an email he sent from my email address. The above is from an email he sent to me from Gmail. Below is from the email he sent to himself, from my account.

    Received: from [69.85.115.198] by web125102.mail.ne1.yahoo.com via HTTP

    Thank you!
     
    AccusedOfFelony, Mar 26, 2014 IP
    SEMrush
  2. thsadmin

    thsadmin Notable Member

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    #2
    Wow... I like the username though - very dramatic "Accused of Felony"!
     
    thsadmin, Mar 26, 2014 IP
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  3. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Illustrious Member

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    #3
    The IP address is the "69.85.115.198" and "198.subnet-69-85-115.ellijay.com" was the host name at the time of connecting. You would need to obtain a subpoena to request records from the ISP ("etcnow.com") to show who was connecting with that IP at the time. Speak to a local lawyer.
     
    ryan_uk, Mar 26, 2014 IP
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  4. AccusedOfFelony

    AccusedOfFelony Greenhorn

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    #4
    Thanks. I have a appt tomorrow. What is this part [192.168.1.7]
     
    AccusedOfFelony, Mar 26, 2014 IP
  5. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Illustrious Member

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    #5
    A private IP address. It's used internally on a local network for communication and not on the external Internet. Using private IP addresses internally for a home connection allows multiple devices to connect to the Internet, but still have only one external (real world) IP. This doesn't mean much, really, as the average router will randomly allocate an internal IP each time a device is connected to the network (either via wifi or a laptop) and logs are often just kept until the router is turned off/rebooted (due to space).

    See - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address#IPv4_private_addresses
     
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  6. AccusedOfFelony

    AccusedOfFelony Greenhorn

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    #6
    So does this part mean he sent it from a public location, perhaps from an iPhone or iPad?:
    Received: from [69.85.115.198] by web125102.mail.ne1.yahoo.com via HTTP

    I sincerely appreciate your expertise.
     
    AccusedOfFelony, Mar 27, 2014 IP
  7. AccusedOfFelony

    AccusedOfFelony Greenhorn

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    #7
    Here is the entire Header: (I put asterisk on the #'s of his actual email address)

    From K**** Stam***** Sun Mar 9 23:41:35 2014
    X-YMail-OSG: H3Hwyb8VM1lZkREKVQn0s3yBCUdN5E1WUM._1nxwm5ggLQs
    peeIioHRf6yJDo4Jwgq7kr1SrQhgTXgN0AsE2.TdShQXzK.4hXR402QhuCwb
    wdlzFqBK7b.gHkv5uOMClo1wat6_ZAWvGF.DItWUkyFOoFhtBSyzp4ZSuYAC
    cIoPCdvkjOoJKVFTN6eFSx3xpgtYF1dfz4T4QYvcx5XMGgr5MRpk12nV6hlS
    7R884X1v38LombsqRbibgDEzb5RuWiKBPmVc3v99_vNyJorZ7Daa6TyVQg3k
    hHOEuBqZhhdw4zabthBDm.2B8u0pBAerLxkj1GssVivVbSGbg_k6LXLmMpU7
    InZuRPbuRV9EWWbZdUViWV040_4BzsO7e49zHJ5XU2X8MDsSo_1R2nSK9Zk3
    QgCEeaJC2doSiiap2muva36CwsNvNI4mo6BsVqgEiTHi9gdF1LHmtRNmOAJH
    T0MFNeu53AAzQ9U_cbZNAul.YQYH0mG17Dh4U2qaKk0ZuNXJiaQe_o_6ubol
    E5R4KYIWj3iBtikdimgD0jioRWWfEBd_D8HfKHgc6nbyQqznb..XbIM4Al0q
    xm8BKIOhbIFiK4xd4pbKw9vXIpw--
    Received: from [69.85.115.198] by web125102.mail.ne1.yahoo.com via HTTP; Sun, 09 Mar 2014 23:41:35 PDT
    X-Mailer: YahooMailWebService/0.8.177.636
    Message-ID: <1.yahoo.com>
    Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2014 23:41:35 -0700 (PDT)
    From: K**** Stam***** <ks @yahoo.com>
    Reply-To: K**** Stam***** <ks @yahoo.com>
    Subject: Gifts
    To: Steven F******n <steven****@gmail.com>
    MIME-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-559651860-1936301667-1394433695=:57055"
    Content-Length: 3958
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 13, 2014
    AccusedOfFelony, Mar 27, 2014 IP
  8. ryan_uk

    ryan_uk Illustrious Member

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    #8
    Yes, to me that looks like a Yahoo! Mail header from an email sent via their Web interface. If it's not too late, edit your post to remove all the personally identifiable content.
     
    ryan_uk, Mar 27, 2014 IP
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    sundaybrew Numerati

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    #9

    hit the "edit" button or just hit the report button and ask the MODS to remove the information for you (ask nicely )

    Hope this helps and good luck !

    HERE IS AN EXAMPLE :

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    sundaybrew, Mar 27, 2014 IP
  10. AccusedOfFelony

    AccusedOfFelony Greenhorn

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    #10
    There isn't an edit or delete on the post
     
    AccusedOfFelony, Mar 28, 2014 IP
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    sundaybrew Numerati

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    #11

    hit the REPORT button and kindly ask the mods to remove what you want removed,
     
    sundaybrew, Mar 28, 2014 IP
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    qwikad.com Illustrious Member Affiliate Manager

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    #12
    Is anybody going to ask why she was arrested? What a crappy system we live in if someone can get arrested based on some email?
     
    qwikad.com, Mar 30, 2014 IP
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    #13
    So did your ex actually gain access to your email account or was it done by email spoofing? I thought that most consumer emails were protected against these kinds of attacks already.
     
    dailycoins, Mar 30, 2014 IP
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    dscurlock Prominent Member

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    I think in some states, it is even a crime for even if you are married or anyone to gain entry to your email without your permission.
    I do not go very far without logging out of email, and locking down the computer....but if your computer is
    unlocked, and they know what email platform you use, then it can be just auto-login from there....

    So if you can prove that you were at work or someplace at the time
    the email was sent, then the focus will shift back to him; but you have to prove it.

     
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    Mr Lee Greenhorn

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    Got to http://whatismyipaddress.com/traceroute-tool
    Enter the IP Address of the email. It will give the location. That may be a yahoo data center, so make sure. The header may have another IP and you didn't show it. Either way, it shows the originating location.
     
    Mr Lee, Apr 14, 2014 IP
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    mark ginn Active Member

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    lol, yeah i'd like to know the reason why
     
    mark ginn, Apr 16, 2014 IP
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    averyz Well-Known Member

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    Just a wild guess, but I have heard of a good amount of people getting arrested for emails when they had a "no contact order".

    Also seems like an easy way to set someone up, many ex-spouses know passwords and I doubt most cases would get very investigated(server warrants, internet forensic experts, etc) Most people do not have 20k-50k to drop on a email investigation court case(besides the government).
     
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    This is fascinating - a real 'detective' story. You have made my day, everyone. Thanks.
     
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    jrbiz Acclaimed Member

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    Boy, that makes it a wild situation. Ostensbily, her Ex slapped her with a restraining order and then spoofed her email to make it look like she was violating the order. Nasty. Hopefully, there are no kids involved in this brouhaha.
     
    jrbiz, Apr 17, 2014 IP
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    averyz Well-Known Member

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    averyz, Apr 19, 2014 IP
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