Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Hidden Cameras Found In New York Apartment

Two women had just rented a second floor apartment in New York. They decided to have the smoke alarms checked to make sure they were in working order. That's when they discovered digital spy cameras hidden in the smoke alarms in their bedrooms. The landlord, Michael Muratore, 44, who also lives on the first floor of the apartment building, was arrested and charged with placing the cameras in the bedroom smoke alarms.

Chicago criminal defense attorney James Dimeas, filed one of the first such lawsuits in Illinois in 1999. Mr. Dimeas's case was the lead story on the WGN Channel 9 Nightly News and was interviewed on television for the story after he filed the lawsuit. The lawsuit was eventually settled and dismissed.

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