Rashen sex in credit camera
Judge Simon James told him: 'Having wired up numerous covert cameras in houses, it was discovered you had recorded images of unsuspecting people for your own sexual gratification.'This has caused upset to many people - including your five victims.'The jury ruled that between 20, he filmed a couple doing 'a private act' without their consent and for his own sexual gratification.
The three other guilty verdicts involved two other victims at addresses near Herne Bay and Canterbury.
They invade your peripheral vision; they pop up behind your window.
The ads, with flirty video that might be live or recorded years ago, shout at you with promises of "Live Sex Chat" and "Sex Shows", with both amateurs and "pornstars" alike.
But the 50-year-old denied installing the cameras for sexual reasons, and claimed people 'might misinterpret the snooping and secret filming of people doing private acts as indicative of him being some kind of deviant and a pervert.'Wynne from West Malling, Kent, rigged up covert cameras in two houses in east Kent.
At a home in Canterbury, cameras were hidden in the main bathroom, under the sink in the downstairs toilet, in a ceiling fan and an infra-red alarm case in a spare bedroom.
As a registered sex offender, Trevor must abide by a bewildering array of rules, regulations and restrictions.
He was introduced to the maze upon parole: He wasn't supposed to use a computer or the internet, but his parole officer didn't initially inform him of these constraints.