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In the past two months since it originally surfaced, the Blake Robbins v. the Lower Merion School District school spying case just keeps getting bigger. It turns out the Lower Merion School District took "thousands of webcam pictures and screen shots" of students in their homes using the LANRev "peeping tom" technology on school-issued laptops, according to a motion filed last week. Some 400 of those were photos of Blake Robbins alone, including shots of him partially dressed or sleeping, the motion alleges.
"The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on Thursday ordered that Cafiero be sanctioned US$2,500 for refusing to answer any questions in a deposition, citing her Fifth Amendment rights."
Not to defend the idiots at the school, but what the bleep good is the 5th amendment to the constitution if you have judges like this one that consider the document good for nothing more then scratchy T.P.?
Posted by: darman92
2010-05-04 15:19:07 In reply to: tdhelder
Pleading the Fifth only applies if you haven't previously compromised yourself in any way. The article said before then that she had said she participated in such things as this voyeurism in her email. Because this is already disclosed information, you cannot plead the fifth and refusing to testify against yourself; the information is already out there for everyone to see.