Video voyeur penalty too light, panel...

Video voyeur penalty too light, panel is told

There are 2 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Aug 5, 2008, titled Video voyeur penalty too light, panel is told. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

The penalties for violating Maryland's 3-year-old video voyeurism law are too lenient given the seriousness of the crime, which leaves victims feeling "violated" and "dirty," lawyers and one Howard County ...

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amy goble

Memphis, TN

#1 Aug 6, 2008
My family and I were secrectly video taped this past month when we rented a house from the sick minded landlord. i thought about the Susan Wilson story right away and now am in the process of trying to solve this matter. Any numbers would help us please I dont know where to turn. He should be made public and be put AWAY. My 12 year old daughter is so upset she want even get out of her bed in our new house now to even shower.
incognito

Pleasanton, CA

#2 Dec 8, 2008
amy goble wrote:
My family and I were secrectly video taped this past month when we rented a house from the sick minded landlord. i thought about the Susan Wilson story right away and now am in the process of trying to solve this matter. Any numbers would help us please I dont know where to turn. He should be made public and be put AWAY. My 12 year old daughter is so upset she want even get out of her bed in our new house now to even shower.
I know how it feels to be a victim of a peeping tom because I rented a home that I discovered had holes in the walls where the owners living above me could watch my every move. They could see me in the bathroom, shower, kitchen, and bedroom. I cried and was terrified when I learned that the huge mirror hanging on my bedroom wall was a see through mirror. The owners belong to a cult and are dangerous people. They allowed a stranger to enter my bedroom to check if I was really sleeping. In fear of my life I stopped crying and pretended to be asleep otherwise the man would have killed me. That was the last day I lived there, but it didn't stop these people from searching for me. I wondered whatever happened to the person who lived there before me and what would happen to the person who moved in after I left, but in my case it's to dangerous for me to report.

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