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A man who pleaded guilty to the installation of covert cameras, in a “staggering” number of Oklahoma homes while working for a security company, was given a life sentence on Wednesday, according to a new report.
Ryan Alden, had “numerous” images on his computer, and mobile phones, and digital cameras may be hidden behind the vents in the central Oklahoma County, including the ones that pointed them in the direction of the children’s bedrooms and a bathroom, prosecutors said, according to News 9 in Oklahoma City. He was arrested in November of last year.
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The defense asked the judge for a five-to 10-year prison sentence, but she said that Alden was a chance that they did believe that he would commit the crime again, adding, “if the law allowed me to be castrated, I’d do it.”
Alden would have a video of ladies ‘ skirts in the restaurants, gyms, and churches.
A number of the van Alden of the victims read statements in court, including that of children, who said their high school memories have been destroyed due to the violation of the law and she would always wonder if a shot of them floating around on the internet.
An examination of the question of whether, Alden shared that the pictures in the hallway. Child pornography, which is due to be shared was found to be in possession of, which is often given in the hope that it will be the answer, prosecutors said, according to KFOR.
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With the leave of the court, Alden, told KFOR he was “truly sorry” for what he has done.