Rutgers Webcam Spy Case

March 2, 2012 by staff 

Rutgers Webcam Spy Case, A Rutgers student gave some of the most damaging testimony yet Wednesday in a former classmate’s trial for allegedly using a webcam to spy on his roommate’s intimate encounter with another man.

Lokesh Ojha described helping the defendant, Dharun Ravi, adjust his webcam so he could show a clear view of his roommate’s bed. Authorities say that by then, Ravi had already spied on roommate Tyler Clementi, once and said that on that night – Sept. 21, 2010 – he was intending to do it again.

A day later, Clementi jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge.

After prosecutors finished questioning Ojha, Ravi’s defense lawyer, Steven Altman, cross-examined Ojha and new, more complicated, stories began to emerge. Ojha appeared to be fighting back tears as he acknowledged that he didn’t tell the entire truth under oath in an early meeting with investigators.

“I thought my college career was over,” he said quietly as he looked up from staring down at the top of the witness stand.

“Why,” Altman asked.

“Because I helped him,” Ojha said. “I helped him set it up.”

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