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A former high-ranking New Zealand official’s trial began on Monday for allegedly planting a hidden camera in a unisex bathroom at the country’s Washington D.C. embassy in 2017, according to CNN.
Reportedly placed inside a heating duct in the embassy bathroom, the recording device was found on the floor by a staff driver July 27, 2017, said Crown Prosecutor Henry Steele in his opening address. Unaware of what the device was, the driver placed the camera back on the radiator, where it was later found and turned in by a second staffer using the bathroom.
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The small device, which looks like a hard drive or pager, was sent to New Zealand for forensic testing by police. Further examination found more than 20 files on the SD card, which were all made on the same day it was found. The first video file allegedly showed a blue latex-gloved hand place the camera on the wall at around 9:00 a.m.
In a search of Keating’s home in November 2017, police seized his laptop and found online searches for BrickHouse Security, which is a New York City-based company...
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