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Long Island Man Gets Prison After Taping Swimsuit Models



    Chicago Police arrested 38 offenders and shut down two gang-controlled drug markets following two unrelated investigations, officials said.

    A convicted sex offender who admitted secretly recording young women at a Long Island swimsuit fashion show has been sentenced to 1 ½ to 3 years in prison.

    Robert Liguori was sentenced Wednesday in a Long Island courtroom. He previously pleaded guilty to unlawful surveillance at the fashion show last July in Southampton.

    The 52-year-old Liguori had been hired as a freelance photographer at the event.

    He admitted placing a video camera in a makeshift dressing room used by female swimsuit models.

    Liguori was already a registered sex offender. He was convicted in 2000 on federal child pornography charges. He was released in 2007.

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