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 August 22, 2009  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

A 15-year-old Emmaus High School student who admitted in juvenile court Friday that he took hundreds of upskirt photos and videos of female classmates and teachers was electronically shackled by a Lehigh County judge.

While his final punishment must still be decided, Judge Kelly L. Banach ordered the Upper Milford Township boy not to use the Internet, cameras, computers, cell phones and even video game systems during an adjudication hearing packed with girls, women and family members he victimized.

The boy, who appeared in court with his parents and is not being identified because the charges are not felonies, was ajudicated delinquent on 19 counts of invasion of privacy by Banach.

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