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Minister who videotaped women, convictions overturned

JACKSON, Miss.- The Mississippi Supreme Court has overturned 10 of 13 convictions against Samuel Allen Nuckolls, former DeSoto County minister. 

Nuckolls was charged for videotaping women taking showers at his two homes. The court ruled 6-2 that prosecutors didn’t ever prove where Nuckells transferred the video files, therefore the convictions were improper.

He was charged in 2011 for videos that were taken in 2007 and 2009. Because of the two-year statute of limitations they charged him with the transfers.

WLBT reports that Nuckolls didn’t appeal two counts, and that the court upheld his conviction for a third count of video voyerism.

He is still detained at the Carroll County Correctional Facility.

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