When I first heard about this story over the weekend, I predicted it will set the Daily News record for most consecuative front pages (although I believe that record, set by the 2001 76ers, is something like 31 -- unlike George W. Bush, no one sent us the memo that year that said "Bin Laden determined to strike inside U.S.").

On one hand, hacking someone else's email -- especially if it's just to be able to be a better gossip -- is pretty skeezy. On the other hand, is this really a federal case in the Murder Capitol of the East Coast? That Alycia Lane sure has some friends in high places -- even if she is a kind of hurricane that came up the seaboard from Florida and destroyed everything in her path.

Discuss anything -- it's the open thread.