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Subject: Re: Florida woman suspects affair, finds secretly-recorded images ofherself instead, cops say
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Subject: Re: Florida woman suspects affair, finds secretly-recorded images of
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On 02/11/2017 12:58, Carlos E.R. wrote:

>> The cameras were concealed inside an electrical wall socket in 
>> her bedroom and an AC adapter in a shared bathroom, according to 
>> court records obtained by the Sun Sentinel.
> What camera model?
> Where have you placed the photos for us to examine?
> Unless you post that data, why do you post to

Carlos, here is the original article.

As I have ad-blockers, I do not see any Google ads on the side,
advertising the said wall-socket cameras. Perhaps you will be luckier.
Let us know the resolution and f-number of the lense used.

(Who appointed you  'content police' in this NG?)