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Accused Peeping Tom: 'Upskirt' Photos Free Speech

 
Accused Peeping Tom: 'Upskirt' Photos Free Speech
Posted Thursday, November 7th 2013 @ 11am

(NEWSER– A Boston man is making the case that the Constitution allows him to secretly take photos up women's skirts in public. The lawyer for 31-year-old Michael Robertson argued that her client's actions in the Boston subway are protected by the First Amendment and that women "cannot expect privacy" from guys like him in public, reports the Eagle-Tribune. As for peeping tom laws, they protect nude or partially nude people in bathrooms or dressing rooms, she said. They don't apply to fully clothed people in public.

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