HP insiders facing indictments

Thursday, 5 October 2006, 1:12 AM EST

California's attorney general will seek criminal indictments against former Hewlett-Packard chairwoman Patricia Dunn and four others involved in the corporate spying scandal, according to news reports.

Citing people familiar with the case, The New York Times and BusinessWeek reported that Dunn, Kevin Hunsaker, HP's ousted chief ethics officer, and Ronald DeLia, a Boston-area private investigator, would each face criminal charges. Two other outside investigators — Joseph DePante of Melbourne, Florida and Bryan Wagner of Littleton, Colorado — were also being charged, the Times said.

At Wired.

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