Friday, February 17, 2012

SpyCam Story #652 - Today in Video Voyeurism

Canada - The husband of a home daycare operator has admitted he produced and distributed thousands of pornographic images of children. Kim Moskalewski pleaded guilty Thursday to three pornography related charges and one count of voyeurism. Moskalewski told Quebec Superior Court he used his wife's daycare to produce thousands of pictures and videos of boys and girls in sexual positions. Moskalewski worked as a computer analyst at CN rail. Police seized at least five computers from his home and office last August. Crown prosecutor Carolyne Paquin says police have found 5,000 pornographic pictures so far and are still weeding through another 200,000 images. (more)

Florida -  A new bill just passed in the state Senate increases criminal charges related to 'video voyeurism.' In a 40-0 vote, Senators approved the bill after adding an amendment saying people under 19 cannot face felony charges. (more)

Philippines - Neil Mark Romero, who was charged with violation of Republic Act 9995 otherwise known as Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009, denied the charges filed against him during his arraignment... Romero was accused of taking a video footage of Roliza Patenia, a category development executive of Nestle Philippines Inc. and a resident of Taguig City, inside a hotel's restroom. She claimed she was inside the first cubicle of the hotel's restroom at 11:20 a.m. of June 21 when she noticed that the rattan garbage bin was moving. Upon checking, she claimed she saw a cellular phone with its camera focused on her. (more)