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Mother wants to see laws on video voyeurism changed (4)
“I’m interested in changing the law in Oregon so the next family doesn’t have to be traumatized further by finding out there’s not more punishment,” said Chrystal Stutesman at her home in Springfield on Thursday. “A year is all he’s going to get,” said Stutesman. “He’s not going to be a sex offender. He can move to someone else’s neighborhood, and do the same thing to somebody else.” The State of Oregon does not have any video voyeurism laws. Stutesman said she wants to see the laws changed.