By Debra Cassens Weiss. A lawyer from Zanesville, Ohio, has been suspended after a security camera live-streamed an apparent sexual interaction with a client to courthouse deputies. Lawyer Brian William Benbow was suspended for two years, with one year of the suspension stayed, in a July 12 decision by the Ohio Supreme Court. Benbow had admitted to misrepresenting the extent of his relationship with the client and the nature of the courthouse contact before stipulating to ethics violations. The streamed incident occurred in December in a conference room at the Coshocton County Courthouse. The video shows Benbow moved his chair next to his client, and then placed his file and a winter coat over his lap.
An investigation by UK consumer watchdog Which? Weak passwords and unencrypted data meant the security cameras could be hijacked by cyber criminals and used to secretly spy on their owners. Reviews posted to Amazon revealed incidences where buyers claimed strangers had spied on them through the security cameras. They talked through the camera and they turned the camera on at will. The reviewer claimed that three different people experienced it and that Amazon was informed, however the camera continues to be sold. According to the report, around 50, security cameras in the UK and 2 million worldwide may be affected.
The man was caught on camera apparently mounting the unsuspecting animal, which was trapped between two fences in a field beside the stables. Police say he then used a stick to try and dislodge the camera, but fearing the worst he set fire to the hay hoping to destroy all the evidence. They immediately checked the CCTV cameras and found footage of him apparently having sex with a horse.
A Lee County woman visited her friend's home earlier this week. The two began kissing in the living room and then had consensual sex. According to the deputies, the woman noticed a camera that pointed at the couch.