FBI Busted for Spying on Teenage Girls
Two FBI employees (the article doesn't call them "agents") were busted for using surveillance equipment to spy on teenage girls as they tried on prom dresses.
Gary Sutton Jr. and Charles Hommema have been charged with misdemeanors and could face jail time if convicted. The FBI's only public response to the incident so far has been a platitude about privacy.
The dressing rooms did not have ceilings, and the camera zoomed in and trained its focus on one particular dressing room for more than an hour. Several girls used that dressing room to try on prom dresses.
Meanwhile, Sutton's attorney has stated that his client is innocent.
The FBI employees have been charged with conspiracy and committing criminal invasion of privacy.
Bad press doesn't get much worse than that.
"The FBI is committed to the timely and full resolution of this matter, but must remain sensitive to the privacy concerns of any potential victims and their families," the statement said.