Monday, February 6, 2012

SpyCam Story #646 - Today in Video Voyeurism

VT - A Bellows Falls man is facing up to 15 years in prison for allegedly taking sexually explicit photographs and video footage of a woman and uploading them onto a pornographic website.

John G. Lawlor, 38, pleaded not guilty last week to one felony and five misdemeanor counts of voyeurism. If convicted, he could also face up to a $10,000 fine.

Lawlor’s computer and a video camera were taken as evidence and contained seven digital videos, five of which had been previously deleted but were recovered using file recovery software... in at least four of the videos Lawlor’s face can be clearly seen hiding the video camera in a floor grate.  (more)

WA - The trial of a former Washington state hatchery manager charged with a single count of voyeurism has been pushed back two months.

Edwin Carl Jouper of Shelton had been scheduled to appear in court yesterday, Jan. 31, but according to Mason County Superior Court, he waived his right to a speedy trial. It's now scheduled for April 3.

Jouper, then 57, was arrested at the Department of Fish & Wildlife's George Adams Hatchery outside Shelton on Nov. 10 following an investigation into a camera discovered in the women's bathroom there. (more)