Cindy Walsh Complaint #190085
I sent yesterday my COMPLAINT case of TOILET CAM in 1st fl women's bathroom U of M Baltimore Medical Library. Today, with more knowledge I would like to make one more point in VULNERABILITY to sexual assault tied to hacking existing wiring to create toilet cam pornography.
While my original complaint identified LIGHT FIXTURES and LIGHT BULB as source of capture by hackers for illegal surveillance I want to include what is called MICRO-USB APPLE CHARGING PLATFORMS. Now, charging platforms can be small for home use---or they can be large for institutional/corporate use. Both large and small platforms have the same capacity to be hacked and made into illegal surveillance both camera and microphone. In this case, U of M Baltimore Medical Library installed a institutional sized CHARGING PLATFORM about the time renovations of 1st floor bathrooms occurred, ie. about 4 months ago. I include the article below because it is an example of that SMALLER CHARGING PLATFORM being used for just what my complaint outlines. Someone can place any laptop, notepad, smart phone inside CHARGING PLATFORM wired connection to Library electrical source---same as bathroom LIGHT FIXTURES/LIGHT BULBS. The charging process for these devices which likely are CAMERA-MICROPHONE-READY allow someone to not even be in those close locations I describe in yesterday's complaint. I know my concerns outlined yesterday are VALID----but now I see further VULNERABILITY with CHARGING PLATFORM placed right against 1st floor bathrooms. Camera functions can be piggy-backed---meaning someone could use another computer to attach to that device inside CHARGING PLATFORM and control image capture same way as described in yesterday's account. This platform is additional to my claims in yesterday's complaint. I am sure both avenues have and will be exploited when these bathroom renovations create VULNERABILITY not only with LIGHT FIXTURES/LIGHT BULBS----but any device inside bathroom being SENSORED-----as fire alarms for example.
MICRO-USB APPLE CHARGING PLATFORM
"voyeur” porn sites, some of which showed “what appeared to be footage from hidden cameras in bathrooms of women using the restroom.”
'she removed it from the downstairs bathroom at DFR Station 11 to charge her phone upstairs. Her husband was reportedly the one who first realized the charger actually also functioned as a camera'
Below we see where in DALLAS, a DALLAS police department took all this very seriously----they are investigating-----the FIRE DEPARTMENT leaders were pushing this investigation. What is different in this DALLAS----or maybe not-----is that where this article hints this pornography suspect was a LONE-GUN------I KNOW my was not a LONE-GUN and I KNOW my case ended being downloaded onto pornographic internet sites, this making it WIRE CRIMES ----not simply a case of self-enjoyed images.
Please, include in any investigation of this COMPLAINT #190085 all of these points of VULNERABILITY and the knowledge these TOILET CAM PORNOGRAPHY are being found on the internet pornography sites. All these VULNERABILITIES can be solved through FACILITIES CORRECTIONS PROTECTING LIGHT FIXTURES and placement of things like CHARGING PLATFORMS away from BATHROOMS/GYM LOCKER ROOMS/ANY CHANGING AREA.
Dallas firefighter hid camera in firehouse bathroom, took sex toys to work, police say
DALLAS NEWS.COM Feb 14, 2019
A former Dallas Fire-Rescue (DFR) firefighter has been arrested and charged with attempted invasive visual recording for allegedly planting a hidden camera in a fire station bathroom. The matter is currently under investigation.
Another firefighter’s wife first discovered the device, which doubles as a phone charger, on Thanksgiving Day last year when she removed it from the downstairs bathroom at DFR Station 11 to charge her phone upstairs. Her husband was reportedly the one who first realized the charger actually also functioned as a camera, but he didn’t come forward at the time because he was new to his job and didn’t want to draw attention to himself, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by CBS affiliate WFAA.
Two months later, Capt. Daniel Puente discovered the camera and started questioning firefighters to find its owner. That’s when Craig Lawrence, the firefighter accused of misconduct, allegedly “exhibited nervous behavior” and ultimately admitted on Jan. 21 that the USB device was his, though he claimed he didn’t know it doubled as a camera.
According to the affidavit, Lawrence began to break down later that day, telling Puente, “I’m about to lose everything. I’m going to jail. I’m going to lose my job and my kids, [my wife] is going to divorce me.”
DFR spokesperson Jason Evans told Yahoo Lifestyle in a statement that Lawrence was placed on administrative leave while police launched an investigation. But on Jan. 24, Lawrence resigned from DFR — where he had worked for five years — and started working as a full-time firefighter for the city of Wilmer, Texas.
Lawrence reportedly has a history of “sexually explicit behavior” at work, including telling sexually graphic stories, showing off sex toys and spending an inordinate amount of time on his laptop with the screen hidden, according to WFAA.
Investigators searching Lawrence’s home reportedly found “sexual-related props” as well as a “hand-drawn caricature of a Dallas firefighter sitting on the toilet with his pants down.” According to the affidavit, a search of the firefighter’s web browser history revealed visits to “voyeur” porn sites, some of which showed “what appeared to be footage from hidden cameras in bathrooms of women using the restroom.”
When questioned by authorities last Friday, Lawrence changed his story. He said he had purchased the camera to try to “determine who had been rummaging through his duffel bag at work,” according to the affidavit, and that it accidentally made its way into the bathroom. He denied planting the device himself. He also initially told police he didn’t own a laptop — but then later said his laptop had broken and that he’d thrown it away. Authorities were unable to recover any footage from the camera, as its memory card was damaged.
On Wednesday, Lawrence was booked into Dallas County Jail and charged with invasive visual recording, a class A misdemeanor. His new employers in Wilmer have placed Lawrence on administrative leave until further notice.
Lawrence’s alleged behavior has been condemned by Jim McDade, president of the Dallas Firefighters Association. “It’s absolutely inexcusable, and not forgivable at all,” he said to WFAA. “A station is where firefighters spend a third of their lives. It’s our home away from home, and we expect it to be able to be safe so we can bring our families here. This is not representative of who firefighters are and what we stand for.”
He did, however, praise the firefighters who reported the misconduct. “They did exactly what they were supposed to do,” he said. “They recognized it as a direct threat to their families and all of our employees.”