Terry Childs, the SF City Hall's network engineer who almost brought the city a stand still after withholding crucial passwords, was found guilty of felony computer tampering on Tuesday. KTVU reports: "After nearly three days of deliberation, the jury Tuesday afternoon found Childs -- who had worked for the Department of Technology since 2003 and built the network -- guilty of one felony count of computer tampering with an allegation that the losses from the crime exceeded $200,000." Childs faces two to five years in the pokey. Mayor Gavin Newsom, if you recall, had to personally visit Childs in jail to retrieve the passwords.