ADFA cadet charged over shower video

johnboy 26 August 2011 111

A 21-year-old male cadet has been arrested following an incident at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) last night (Thursday, August 25).

Police will allege that a 21-year-old female cadet found a mobile phone hidden in a vent above a shower at her accommodation block at ADFA. The phone was recording video while the woman was showering.

ADFA staff located the owner of the phone and contacted ACT Policing.

Police attended ADFA around 11.50pm, and seized the mobile phone, laptop and a USB memory stick from the man’s room.

The man was arrested and taken to the ACT Watch House, where he was charged with an Act of Indecency without Consent.

He will face the ACT Magistrates Court this morning, where bail will be opposed.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]


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Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 8:39 pm 29 Aug 11

Deckard said :

Mr Gillespie said :

Ok then (serious question), why is it, in the 21st Century, do we still have separate male and female toilets?

To let women go to the toilet in peace away from the likes of you…

Yeah but they still have other women, WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE!!!

Deckard Deckard 7:17 pm 29 Aug 11

Mr Gillespie said :

Ok then (serious question), why is it, in the 21st Century, do we still have separate male and female toilets?

To let women go to the toilet in peace away from the likes of you…

Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 4:55 pm 29 Aug 11

Jungle Jim said :

………………wrt post #94 – Women too share public toilet blocks… wait for it – with other women! I can assure you that Jungle Jane has confessed to me many a time that the ladies can be just as disgusting as the mens.

Ok then (serious question), why is it, in the 21st Century, do we still have separate male and female toilets?

JennD JennD 12:38 pm 29 Aug 11

I’d like to ask about the idea that it’s actually possible for people to use their Imaginations to get off, that there’s no need to be going about filming people – I’d say things like this are less about individuals sex drive and wanting to get off. It’s actually about group dynamics and cultures in which activities like this are acceptable, even hilarious. Most of us grew up watching stupid s*** like Animal House and other tripe from the USA showing us how ‘cool’ and hilarious hijinx against the female sorority houses are, why wouldn’t people think this kind of thing is acceptable? Unfortunately it’s quite common still but it’ll change with time as we continue working towards incorporating equal access and opportunity. I’d be ok with dual sex toilets, it’s not like women’s toilets are usually any cleaner or nicer than the blokes.

Jungle Jim Jungle Jim 11:22 am 29 Aug 11

Mr Gillespie said :

“No Comment”

So, you’re either opposed to having your female famliy members filmed without their consent, but wont admit it as it abolishes your entire argument, or you feel that no woman should feel violated by the filming of their naken bodies without consent (a possibility that makes me wonder if you haven’t indulged in some secret fimling of your own).

Also, wrt post #94 – Women too share public toilet blocks… wait for it – with other women! I can assure you that Jungle Jane has confessed to me many a time that the ladies can be just as disgusting as the mens.

Stevian Stevian 11:00 am 29 Aug 11

Mr Gillespie said :

{Nothing of any importance}

Get over yourself

DUB DUB 9:54 am 29 Aug 11

Can’t they just have porn stored on some portable HDD? Go out to the city, find Wi-Fi hotspot, use it do download good quality stuff from GGG or 666. LOL.

Henry82 Henry82 9:42 am 29 Aug 11

dvaey said :

, that lifting any anti-pornography rules on their internet access would probably solve many problems.

I’d say that would open some opportunities for new problems.

My post is on this thread somewhere about what to do.

dvaey dvaey 8:35 am 29 Aug 11

Out of interest, I wonder what ADFAs policy is on these cadets accessing pornographic material online. Something makes me think that an easier solution to these sex-deprived cadets making their own voyeuristic films, that lifting any anti-pornography rules on their internet access would probably solve many problems. Other than the ‘inappropriate use’ of the internet service provided to them.. but which would they prefer, cadets secretly filming other cadets, or cadets discreetly downloading porn on the institutions internet?

Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 3:18 am 29 Aug 11

So, you’re saying I make personal attacks on others? What about the many personal attacks on me, like the nasty little innuendos about me and Erin Molan, and implications about me that makes me a “sick puppy” and I am a psychopath who likes watching people take a shower, just like the one accused in this particular police press release.

In this thread alone, just about every second post has been a personal attack on me, since I first commented on someone’s post about female complainants being brainwashed by the feminist lobby into causing the trouble that has been going on this year at ADFA.

Some of the best examples in this thread alone are:

“Mr. G, you are quite simply a disgusting human being.” (That’snotme, in post #30)

“Ok, so you’re either one of the better trolls I’ve seen (and if so, kudos to you sir!), or you’re you’re completely disassociated from the morals that exist in civilised society. I find myself hoping that you’re just a troll…because it’s honestly disturbing to think that I share this city with [you]……” by That’snotme in post #37

Johnboy #52 saying I “sexually harassed a public figure via YouTube” and that other male readers “caught you trying to destroy evidence of that” when I answer back to the previous innuendos about Erin Molan, and as a bonus he throws in links reminding us of that abuse-filled thread of stupidity.

Then there are the repeated demands for answers to things I do in my own personal life that have got nothing to do with any user of this forum, just so they could satisfy their own disgusting curiosity in front of all, sundry, and Google, the question having a nasty innuendo attached to it which if dignified with an answer would lead only to accusations that I am lying or a hypocrit, or I really am capable of doing things seen by said readers as really nasty and horrendous. So no, I am NOT going to dignify that question with an answer and as such I have told you, NO COMMENT.

……& you’re saying that I’M not “self-aware” enough that *I* make personal attacks against THEM?

Oh for God sake……wake up willya?

mutley mutley 10:10 pm 28 Aug 11

Mr Gillespie said :

Huh?¿? What’s so funny about it??

The complete lack of self-awareness?

Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 4:26 pm 28 Aug 11

Huh?¿? What’s so funny about it??

bigfeet bigfeet 1:34 pm 28 Aug 11

Mr Gillespie said :

I do not comment on my private life in public Internet forums, and do not lower myself to personal attacks against other posters on public forums. .

That is possibly the funniest thing you have ever posted!!

Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 12:37 pm 28 Aug 11

Indeed, this is a stupid thread, and as such as you can see, I too have lowered myself to the stupidity it deserves.

Oh and as a bonus for those who have been nagging me for an answer for a question in multiple repeated postings over the past 12 or so hours — I’ll make it 2 words, instead of just one.

And those 2 words are,

“No Comment”

The reason I give that answer is that I do not comment on my private life in public Internet forums, and do not lower myself to personal attacks against other posters on public forums. Sadly some posters (including this site’s owner) still feel entitled to make personal attacks and innuendos against me, rather than put forward an argument, however stupid or however intelligent they may be, according to the circumstances.

screaming banshee screaming banshee 11:33 am 28 Aug 11

I’ve worked it out….Mr G is bad boy bubby

Watson Watson 9:22 am 28 Aug 11

Jethro said :

Watson.. I agree with you on your contempt of Mr G., but please don’t bring pot smoking into it.
It’s illegal status is absurd, whereas the illegal status of filming naked women in the shower without their consent makes complete sense.

Ps. I don’t smoke pot, but I do see its status as an illegal drug as ridiculous, and I think you are detracting from your original argument by referring to it.

Fair enough. It was not a logical argument at all. Moreover, I am pro decriminilisation of pot. But we all know that Mr G does not respond to logical arguments anyway and he definitely doesn’t strike me as a tolerant person.

This is a stupid thread, so I lowered myself to stupid arguments.

bigfeet bigfeet 8:39 am 28 Aug 11

Still waiting Mr G…..

Come on…it only requires a one word answer…

bigfeet said :

Mr G, I note that you are completely refusing to answer this:

phototext said :

Could you please kindly confirm my original question, not hard for you to do.

Question: Do you think it is acceptable for your mother/ wife/ sister/ daughter to filmed in the shower without their permission by some bloke because it is a”common” sexual activity?

Yes or No ?.

I would like to add another question for you to ignore:

Would you find it acceptable for someone to film YOU doing something intimate (probably alone I would guess) without your consent?

Mr Gillespie Mr Gillespie 10:47 pm 27 Aug 11

Watson said :

Mr Gillespie said :

It’s the media’s reporting of these court cases, and the constant stream of sex scandals in the news that make men look weak. I am merely pointing that out, at the expense of suffering all the abuse and innuendos I am getting in this thread.

Granted, men are dirty beings but I am a man too. I don’t like being forced to share the same toilet block as them in public.

Translation: it ain’t a crime if you don’t get caught. Noice.

Translation again: Innuendos are not good for your health. They can get you into a whole heap of trouble. Just watch what you say.

Now.

Why is it OK for a man to have his privacy invaded, but not a woman’s? Think about it. Men have to share the same toilet block, but dare to have men and women share the same toilet block, and OH NO. NO-NO-NO-NO, BAD! VERY BAD!!! …… if you get my drift.

Jethro Jethro 10:25 pm 27 Aug 11

Watson said :

Mr Gillespie said :

whereas filming naked women is part of what seems to be very common sexual activity yet it is considered “uncivilised” and so bad it is criminalised in law.

Sm

Smoking pot is also a very common leisure activity so am I right in deducting that you are pro decriminalisation?

Watson.. I agree with you on your contempt of Mr G., but please don’t bring pot smoking into it.
It’s illegal status is absurd, whereas the illegal status of filming naked women in the shower without their consent makes complete sense.

Ps. I don’t smoke pot, but I do see its status as an illegal drug as ridiculous, and I think you are detracting from your original argument by referring to it.

thatsnotme thatsnotme 10:12 pm 27 Aug 11

What I can’t understand is why so many of you are responding to this Gillespie whacker. What purpose does it serve?

To be honest, when I posted last night, it was after a few beers. I guess the increased self confidence not only makes me think I’m more attractive than I am, but also leads me to believe people like Mr G actually consider anyone elses arguments.

Tonight though, I’m in agreement with you – someone could post the most brilliantly logical and eloquent argument, yet this tool would still throw back some ridiculous justification for his views. He’s successfully managed to move me beyond being offended by his views, to simply dismissing anything he has to say out of hand. It’s quite an efficient view to take – I don’t even need to read his posts any more, just read the author name, and keep on scrolling. It’s an approach I’d recommend!

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