Thursday, March 28, 2013

Former Syracuse Employee Guilty Of Secretly Taping Athletes


In secret... without their knowledge...
And that's just creepy...

Roger Springfield, whose real last name is Cahak, had been charged with four counts of unlawful surveillance in the second degree, a felony. Instead, he pleaded guilty to one count of "unlawful surveillance" and will be required to serve 10 years of probation. But the guilty plea will only work if he is/isn't required to register as a sex offender.

Cahak's defense says his actions weren't sexual in nature while the prosecution says they, of course, were.

If the court determines that he must register as a sex offender, Cahak's defense has the right to withdraw the plea.

The investigation began when a Syracuse employee found video recorded in a football locker room from a road trip. After more investigating, authorities found video of more than 100 student-athletes on four video tapes in various locker rooms.

Springfield was a local sportscaster who also worked as Syracuse's Director of Media Properties and Productions.
Until he got found out...

Here's the lowdown...

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