Pursuit continues of upskirt video case | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Pursuit continues of upskirt video case

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STOOP AND SHOOT: From Walmart video.
  • Channel 4
  • STOOP AND SHOOT: From Walmart video.

Channel 4 interviews a woman apparently stalked by a man in a Conway Walmart for a surreptitious video shot up her skirt — a "stoop and shoot" tactic authorities believe was used on other women.

"He came up behind me, and I think he first acted like he was getting a drink or looking at something on a bottom shelf, " she said. "After that, I had no idea he was still there or what he was doing."

Evelyn Brinkley remembers the man standing behind her in the checkout line at Conway's Skyline Walmart Sunday afternoon. But she had no idea he was using a hidden camera to shoot up her skirt.

"He had no right to take pictures of me in any circumstance," she said. "It shouldn't be an issue and it never crossed my mind someone would do something like that."

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