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Border Patrol official accused of video voyeurism, lying to investigators
Border Patrol official accused of video voyeurism, lying to investigators

A veteran U.S. Border Patrol supervisor arrested on suspicion of secretly filming female employees undressing and using the toilet has been indicted on charges of video voyeurism and lying to investigators. The arraignment of Armando Gonzalez, 46, a supervisor in the Chula Vista office, is scheduled for April 2 in San Diego federal court. Gonzalez "did capture an image of a private area of an individual without their consent" and then lied to investigators, saying that he installed a camera in the women's restroom when he suspected an employee of taking drugs, according to court documents. From July 2013 to at least Jan. 9, 300 images were recorded by the camera,...

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