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Secret Camera Lawsuit: Women sue West Virginia State Police

Source: West Virginia State Police Facebook

An accusation of a secret camera inside the women’s locker room at the West Virginia State Police Academy is creating a major headache for the law enforcement department.

According to WTRF, 42 women, including 10 minors, say they used the locker room in question and were filmed without their knowledge.

The minors say they were filmed while attending the West Virginia State Police Junior Patrol camp.

The lawsuit was filed in April, but the list of accusers has grown after the initial revelation.

State Police Superintendent Jan Cahill resigned back in March over the accusations. An interim has been appointed.

It’s believed that a single trooper installed the camera and recorded the video. The governor has said that when the recordings were found, troopers, “threw it on the floor and stomped on it.”

All of the women are either former or current Troopers and minors who attended the camp.

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