J called Keith this morning at 9:34am.
J- Hi, it’s J, if you would like to speak to either of us, just call us. Please do not text us anymore
K- you ordering me?
J- No, kids always have their phones, unless battery dies, it’s just better that way.
Yeah right. Wonder why he can’t text his kids, and is forced to call on their landline phone. Let’s see, is it because she is recording the conversations? If that’s the case, SHE would be breaking the law because WA state is a two party consent and she NEVER sent him a formal letter telling him of her intent, like HE did after the July 1995 fiasco.
- Washington’s wiretapping law is a “two-party consent” law . Washington makes it a crime to intercept or record a private telephone call, in-person conversation, or electronic communication unless all parties to the communication consent. See Wash. Rev. Code § 9.73.030 (1) .