NASA is reportedly investigating what could be the first ever alleged crime in space. Astronaut Anne McClain has been accused of accessing her estranged spouse's bank account via the internet while on board the International Space Station (she denies the accusation).
NASA is currently investigating what could be considered the first crime perpetrated in space, after one of the agency's astronauts was accused of illegally accessing her wife's bank account during her stay on the International Space Station. Investigators have yet to decide if the event actually constitutes a crime, but this case does raise questions about how we should handle criminal activity in space in the future. For the last 50 years, the majority of people who have flown to space have been representatives of their nations' governments, such as NASA astronauts or Russian cosmonauts. Typically, these space-bound crew members have exhibited model behavior while in space, without any major conflicts in orbit. Their destinations have...
The estranged wife of Anne McClain said she went public with the NASA astronaut's alleged financial and identity theft crimes — which may be the first criminal offenses to occur in space — after her family became "frightened" by McClain's demands during a bitter custody battle.
NASA reportedly is investigating what may be the first known allegations of a crime committed from space. Astronaut Anne McClain's estranged wife, Summer Worden, has accused McClain of identity theft while McClain was aboard the International Space Station. McClain strongly denies the accusations. Janet Shamlian reports.
The estranged spouse of elite NASA astronaut Anne McClain has accused McClain of accessing her bank account from the International Space Station. McClain tweeted that "there's unequivocally no truth to these claims." NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY.
NASA is reportedly investigating what's said to be the first ever instance of a space crime. According to a report by The New York Times, the space organization is currently looking into a claim that astronaut Anne McClain improperly accessessed the bank account of her estranged spouse Summer Worden outside the confines of earth — while aboard the International Space Station (ISS). McClain — who has since returned to Earth — admitted to accessing the account, but denied any ulterior motive. She took to Twitter, stating there's "unequivocally no truth to these claims" However Worden, an Air Force intelligence officer,… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: NASA