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3/31/2013
Maryland, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Painted, Burned
Vigilantes paint speed cameras in Maryland and France and burn them in Italy.

French painted speed camera
Vigilantes in Frontignan, France disabled a speed camera early in the week. The automated ticketing machine on the RD612 toward Montpellier was covered in thick, red coat of paint, Midi Libre reported.

In Baltimore County, Maryland, bright orange spraypaint was used to disable a speed camera. The device was located in the Seven Courts neighborhood, Parkville Patch reported.

In Rovigo, Italy, vigilantes set fire to a speed camera on Thursday. According to Il Resto del Carlino, the automated ticketing machine was located on regional road 88 outside Lendinara.



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