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article imageAir Force NCO On Trial For Filming Ladies In Air Force Academy Dressing Room

By Nikki Weingartner     May 20, 2008 in Crime
Most citizens are entitled to a certain degree of privacy but for a few women at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Co., that right was violated. Staff Sgt. Victor Rodgers faces Court Martial today in conjunction with violating that right.
Rodgers, who was assigned to the 10th Medical Squadron at the Air Force Academy was charged with videotaping a female without consent, attempting to film another undressed female without consent and soliciting an airman to place a video camera in a woman's changing room.
According to the military news article, the woman who he did get on camera was said to be "using a breast pump at the time".
Rodgers also faces charges of witness tampering and violating a direct order preventing him from contacting witnesses.
He faces seven charges in association with video incident. If convicted on all charges, he can spend up to 14 years in prison, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, reduction of rank to a basic airman (E-1 paygrade) and a dishonourable discharge.
Quite deserving if he is found guilty of the crimes committed.
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