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Mother Keeps Pushing for Video Law

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield woman is still on a mission to change video voyeurism laws in Oregon.

Chrystal Stutesman’s daughter was allegedly videotape for more than year in her bedroom by a neighbor. Dana Bishop is charged with numerous misdemeanors for taping the girl.

On Thursday, Stutesman met with Oregon Senator Floyd Prozanski. Stutesman says the two talked about the possibility for future legislation.

Stutesman wants to make taping children without their knowledge a felony or at least make the laws stricter.

“We had a really good talk about changing things, making things stricter or wording things differently, making the law specific in some areas if this crime is committed against a minor versus just another adult,” Stutesman said.

Stutesman already met with Senator Tim Knopp back in March. Dana Bishops trial and the stalking order hearing are delayed until September.

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