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 November 1, 2010  Breaches, Court

Media in India have been covering the Tyler Clementi case in New Jersey because of the involvement of an “Indian-American,” as as some of their headlines have described one of the defendants, Dharun Ravi.

In today’s coverage, ANI reports:

The lawyer for an Indian origin student in New Jersey university who has been charged with invasion of privacy for secretly filming gay-sex footage of roommate Tyler Clementi, has claimed that he and his co-accused student were the only ones to have seen the footage for a few seconds and had never transmitted it anyone else.

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“Nothing was transmitted beyond that one computer and what was seen was only viewed for a matter of seconds,” Rhavi’s lawyer, Steve Altman, said.

Read more in the Deccan Chronicle.

So the defense will be that the streaming never occurred? Interesting.

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