Illinois man convicted of filming girls in shower

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PEORIA, IL (AP) – A central Illinois man faces up to 30 years in prison after he was convicted of child pornography for making more than two dozen videos of teenage girls showering at his home.

The Peoria Journal Star reports 36-year-old Brian A. Miller of Sparland was convicted of 22 counts on Tuesday.

Prosecutors say Miller secretly filmed five different girls between the ages of 13 and 16 through a peephole and a mirror.

His lawyers argued his behavior was inappropriate, but wasn’t child pornography.

Federal court documents show he’s set to be sentenced Sept. 16.
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  • Mascoutan

    2 dozen videos, 22 counts, girls between 13 and 16 showering in the house. How? Why? What part did the parents of the girls play in this and why were their girls showering in this guy’s house? Did this guy plant a sign in his front yard, “Free Showers for Teenage Girls”? I agree that this guy should be jailed, beaten, undergo psychiatric care, provided to the parents for them to beat him some more and then beaten again just for good measure. But how does this guy manage to get all these girls to shower in his house?!? “Friends of the family”?!? (from the article in the link) Bizarre.

  • Carol Angelbeck

    Illinois will slap him on the wrist and put him in prison so the taxpayers can support him.

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