CNBC Director Bored of Recording Brian Sullivan, Shows Ugly Side of Electronic Surveillance Trend ExtensionMark Melin
Dan Switzen, 44, is likely to be viewed from several perspectives. The CNBC director, whose lawyer called him a “very decent family man” after getting accused of “unlawful surveillance” by police in upscale Westchester County, might have gotten bored filming Suzie Orman during a decade-long run. Or perhaps he tired of filming Tyler Mathisen and Brian Sullivan during segments of “Power Lunch.” Instead, he turned his attention to the family’s au pair and her friends changing while otherwise engaging digital surveillance to record private . . .
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