Accused 'Peeping Tom' Pleads Not Guilty

Accused 'Peeping Tom' Pleads Not Guilty

There are 1 comment on the WHIOTV story from Dec 4, 2009, titled Accused 'Peeping Tom' Pleads Not Guilty. In it, WHIOTV reports that:

A local man is accused of peeping into dorm rooms at Central State University, but the attorney for David Winters said his client is not guilty.

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David E

United States

#1 Feb 4, 2010
"Let him who is without sin cast the first stone." I suppose the person who posted this article has lived a perfect life and that they would be happy to be treated in the same way, if they were ever accused of something. Hypocrisy. Whatever happened to being innocent until proven guilty? I believe journalists violate constitutional rights of citizens each time they post such reports before the accused has been given a fair trial. The loss of someone's reputation can be worse than death. They should only suffer this stigma if they are proven guilty. Shame on the (unnamed) journalist who posted this online.

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