Former military attache in New Zealand is being tried on suspicion of hiding a camera in the toilet of the US Embassy

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 Former military attache in New Zealand is being tried on suspicion of hiding a camera in the toilet of the US Embassy


The court documents issued by the New Zealand High Court on 4 may show that the prosecutor accused Keating of trying to take pictures of other peoples privacy in March. Keating then resigned. If convicted, the maximum penalty is 18 months imprisonment. Keating insisted on innocence. In July last year, a shooting device was discovered on the floor of a male and female toilet in New Zealands embassy in Washington. New Zealand police then went to the Washington embassy to investigate and take the device back to New Zealand for inspection. Keating was a senior Commodore of the brigadier general and the Washington embassy. He was the highest ranking officer of New Zealand in the United States. Court documents show that the device dropped from the heating pipe in the bathroom. It was found to be in the open state, and there were 19 photos taken on the day. It (camera device) is deliberately installed in a heating pipe component, and from that altitude and direction, we can take pictures of people entering and using the toilet. About 60 people working in the embassy use the bathroom. There is a thick layer of ash on the fixing rack of the shooting device, indicating that it has been in that position for several months. Keating returned to New Zealand in November last year. Police searched his New Zealand residence and found no indecent photographs. The survey said the survey showed that Keatings DNA samples were in accordance with the samples found on the surface of the storage card in the photographing device, and Keatings computer had software that manipulated the camera. The high court of New Zealand refused Keatings request to disclose his name on 4 th. A pretrial hearing is scheduled to be held in July. Source: Xinhua editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138 Court documents show that the device dropped from the heating pipe in the bathroom. It was found to be in the open state, and there were 19 photos taken on the day. It (camera device) is deliberately installed in a heating pipe component, and from that altitude and direction, we can take pictures of people entering and using the toilet. About 60 people working in the embassy use the bathroom. There is a thick layer of ash on the fixing rack of the shooting device, indicating that it has been in that position for several months. Keating returned to New Zealand in November last year. Police searched his New Zealand residence and found no indecent photographs. The survey said the survey showed that Keatings DNA samples were in accordance with the samples found on the surface of the storage card in the photographing device, and Keatings computer had software that manipulated the camera. The high court of New Zealand refused Keatings request to disclose his name on 4 th. A pretrial hearing is scheduled to be held in July.