NEW BRUNSWICK - A classmate of Dharun Ravi testified today that Ravi used his webcam to record images of his roommate Tyler Clementi.
Ravi is accused of spying on Clementi's intimate encounter with another man prior to Clementi's suicide.
In testimony today, Irving, the former captain of Rutgers University's Ultimate Frisbee club team that Ravi was on, discussed what Ravi told him regarding the use of a webcam to "capture images of his roommate." During cross-examination, Irving said that Ravi never said anything hateful about Clementi.
The court room also heard from a Rutgers police officer who was sent to check on Clementi and questioned Ravi in what is being called a "well-being check."
Ravi faces 15 criminal counts, including bias intimidation and invasion of privacy.
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