Friday, February 22, 2008

Yale University student facing voyeurism charge due back in court

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NEW HAVEN — State police have finished analyzing the computer of a Yale University student charged with voyeurism and the case is expected to be back in court next month.
Casper Desfeux, 20, was charged with voyeurism and distribution of voyeuristic material in September, after admitting he filmed himself and another university student having sex, and then showed the video to four of his roommates, according to authorities.
Desfeux said he had activated the camera without his partner’s knowledge, according to the arrest warrant.
He claimed to have deleted the material from his computer and told police he had not sent the video to anyone, nor did he make any still photos from the video.
Lt. J. Paul Vance, spokesman for the state police, said the computer crime lab finished its report on Desfeux in January and sent it to Yale police.
He said the computer crime unit dealt with 120 cases in 2007 and prioritizes cases based on the seriousness of the charges.


Jan Kristensen said...

He really should have been aquitted. He was just following old Danish traditions where males keep a form of souvenir from the female they are with.

Perhaps that's why his case is on the webpage of Danes who have been exposed of xenophobia abroad.

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