Custodian at New Jersey high school accused of using hidden cameras to watch students, staff

Nov. 29, 2012
Man allegedly installed 8 cameras throughout Gloucester Catholic High School

From The South Jersey Times: The chief custodian at Gloucester Catholic High School in Gloucester City, N.J., has been charged with hiding tiny cameras throughout the school to surreptitiously record videos of students and staff. John Martin, 41, is charged with invasion of privacy in the case. He resigned from his post Nov. 21 after being interviewed by authorities. The approximately quarter-inch diameter cameras were placed without school officials’ knowledge in eight rooms, including classrooms, the choir room, weight room, backstage, maintenance rooms and the football area.

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