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The trial, which started today, is expected to last three weeks.
The footage used as evidence in the trial was found in a draw belonging to Pogmore in his desk at a police station.Mr Wright said the recordings were 'not simply the product of one swinging and sexual obsessed air observer Adrian Pogmore but were made with the connivance of the other members of the crew'.Walls, of Sheffield, denies one count, Loosemore, of Doncaster, denies one count, Reeves denies one count and Lucas, of Sheffield, denies three counts of misconduct relating to watching and filming naked people without their consent and observing and recording people performing sexual acts.She added: 'I do not know any police officers who work with South Yorkshire Police or have never requested to observe my home at anytime working in the force.'A 53-year-old woman, who was also caught on camera by Pogmore sunbathing in her garden, said: 'This is an utter invasion of my privacy and I am embarrassed with what I have seen on the footage and my privacy has been interfered with.'When I sunbathe I only believe that my husband is the one who can see me - no one else.' The court heard defendant Walls had claimed he did not look at the screen for a long period of time due to the fact he suffered from migraines and would usually turned the monitor off.Co-accused Loosemore, who transferred to the National Police Air service in 2013, claimed that he was concentrating on piloting the aircraft and would only look at the monitors 'for a couple of seconds'.