An employee of a security company was detained by the City Police after detecting that hid surveillance cameras in children’s rooms and had in his possession more than 530 photos and videos with images of child sexual exploitation. Although the incident occurred in early March, the news was known in the last hours.
On March 1, a man from the Buenos Aires party of Ezeiza denounced that a 26-year-old outsourced employee of a security company entered his home to install surveillance cameras and motion sensors and ended up hiding two security cameras in his daughters’ rooms pointed at the beds.
That complaint fell on the Federal Court of First Instance in Criminal and Correctional Matters number 1 of Lomas de Zamora, in charge of Federico Villena, before the Criminal Secretariat number 1, of Guadalupe Jantus Dinale, who ordered two raids at the house of the accused, in the district of La Matanza, and at the security company where he worked, in the district of Vicente López.
In the raids, where personnel from the Special Investigations Section of the Information Technology Superintendency of the City Police managed to arrest the employee, they were kidnapped five cell phones, one DVR (closed circuit and outdoor connectivity with the Hik Connet app), one HP notebook, one boxed DVR, and four unopened cameras, in addition to information of interest to the cause.
The subsequent exhaustive analysis of this material allowed detecting that the person involved had in his possession Hundreds of files with images of child sexual exploitation, conversations with a minor (grooming), screenshots of the cameras installed in the complainant’s house and another unknown address.
Among this material were files with more than 430 videos of children between four and twelve years old who were forced to have sex with adults and folders with more than 100 images with similar content. Following these findings, the magistrate ordered two new raids on two security companies to gather information on all the homes where the defendant installed cameras or sensors, which led to the visual inspection of 112 homes in the AMBA area.
The technician is charged with the crimes of “access without proper authorization to a computer system with restricted access”, “attempt to produce representations of a person under 18 years of age engaged in explicit sexual activities” and “contacting a person under the age of 18. age, for the purpose of committing a crime against their sexual integrity “. Also for “possession of material that contains representations of persons under 18 years of age dedicated to activities aggravated by the fact that they are victims under 13 years of age.”