Disgruntled former Adelphia employee Michael Kemly pled guilty last week to cutting the MSO’s main fiber optic feed for video and HSD service to Martha’s Vineyard in Apr ’05. His letter of apology ran in The Martha’s Vineyard Times Thurs, complete with a couple jabs at his former employer. "The act I committed was propagated by a build-up of anger and frustration from my interaction with people I worked for at Adelphia. … The moral of the story is, if you work at a place that causes frustration, depression and anger, get the hell out before it makes you go crazy." Kemly, who now lives in FL, got 3 years probation and must pay Adelphia (now Comcast) $50K in restitution.

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