Hidden camera discovered in the studio of a woman in her 20s… The culprit was the ‘building owner’s son.’

The son of a studio owner in Buk-gu, Gwangju, was sentenced to prison for secretly breaking into the home of a female tenant in her 20s and installing메이저놀이터 a hidden camera.

On the 13th, Judge Lim Young-sil, Criminal Division 9 of the Gwangju District Court, sentenced Mr. Jo (47), who was indicted on charges of violation of the Special Act on the Punishment of Sexual Violence Crimes (filming using cameras, etc.), home invasion, and attempted home invasion, to 2 years and 6 months in prison and probation. He announced that he was sentenced to four years in prison. He was also ordered to undergo probation for one year, take 40 hours of sexual violence treatment classes, and be restricted from employment at institutions related to children, adolescents, and the disabled for three years.

Mr. Cho was accused of attempting to break into or enter the home of a female tenant living in a building owned by his father on 64 occasions between September 17 and the end of December last year.

He found out the password for the front door of the victim’s room through a closed-circuit ( CC ) TV installed in the studio and secretly entered the room 38 times. He also installed a hidden camera inside the victim’s house to film illegally.

As a result of the investigation, it was revealed that Mr. Cho committed this act in order to engage in sexual acts while the victim was away from home. He committed the crime after watching the victim leave the house through CCTV .

Judge Lim said, “The defendant committed the crime for sexual purposes, and the guilt is heavy considering the circumstances and method of the crime, the period and number of crimes, etc.” “I started to have fear and fear that this could be spread,” he pointed out.

At the same time, the ruling said, “The sentence is determined by taking into account the fact that the defendant admits to all of the crimes, the fact that he reached an agreement with the victim, the fact that it is his first offense, and the fact that he is in poor health.”

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