Microsoft employee faces felony charges for filming ‘upskirting’ videos of women
Redmond, WA (KING) — A Microsoft vendor employee faces two felony charges of voyeurism, accused of filming "upskirting" videos of women at the company's Redmond, Washington campus and other locations.
According to court documents filed last month, Leonard D. Raymundo filmed at least unsuspecting 93 female victims, holding a tiny camera in such a way that he captured their "buttocks", "groin area" and "underwear".
"There are situations where it's pretty graphic," explained Redmond Police Department Spokesman Michael Dowd. "It varied."
Detectives claim Raymundo planned ahead, scouting locations like staircases, where he could inch closer to women with his camera.
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