Falsification Of Wireless, Cable Telegraph, And Telephone Messages, And Use Of Said Falsified Messages


1. Uttering fictitious, wireless, telegraph or telephone message or falsifying message.
    a. That the offender is an officer or employee of the government or an officer
       or employee of a private corporation, engaged in the service of sending or
       receiving wireless, cable or telephone message; and
    b. That the accused commits any of the following acts:
       - uttering fictitious wireless, cable, telegraph, or telephone message, or
       - falsifying wireless, cable, telegraph, or telephone message
         A private individual may be a principal by inducement but not direct participation
2. Using such falsified message.
   a. That the accused knew that wireless, cable, telegraph, or telephone message
       was falsified by any of the person specified in the first paragraph of art.
   b. That the accused used such falsified dispatch; and
   c. That the use of the falsified dispatch resulted in the prejudice of a third
       party, or that the use thereof was with intent to cause such prejudice.

The public officer, to be liable, must be engaged in the service of sending or
receiving wireless, cable and telegraph or telephone message.

Act No. 1851 Sec.4, punishes private individuals who forge or alter telegram


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