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A senior official in Syracuse University’s sports program clandestinely filmed at least 108 athletes taking postgame showers, prosecutors alleged Tuesday.
Roger Springfield, the former Syracuse athletics media director, was charged with filming male players on the football, soccer and lacrosse teams in the locker room of the Carrier Dome following four games dating as far back as 2010.
Springfield was busted after a staffer preparing highlight footage from a Syracuse-South Florida football game noted the locker room footage was 'exceptionally long,' according to Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick
edit on 15-1-2013 by goou111 because: (no reason given)
Is it really harassment? Can one be harassed if one doesn't even know it's occuring? It would be difficult to identify any harm they suffered, even the police don't know who all the athletes are yet. None of them can honestly say "I was harassed."
you should without a doubt feel safe from such harassment
So, it's not a rare occurrence, and athletes are used to it?
Unfortunately, with cell phone technology what it is, it happens in locker rooms across the country every day.