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France: Fourteen Speed Cameras Burned
Resistance movement in Bretagne and other vigilantes set fire to fourteen speed cameras in a week in France.

Burned speed camera in France
Vigilantes in the Bretagne region of France destroyed fourteen speed cameras in the course of a week. At 10:15pm on Friday, the cameras in Chateauneuf d'Ille et Vilaine, Saint-Meloir-des-Ondes, Miniac-Morvan and two in Saint-Malo were set on fire by the anti-speed camera group Argad Resistance Bretonne, Ouest-France reported. Two cameras in Plouigneau, one in Dirinon and one in Moustoir-Ac were burned to the ground.

On Tuesday, cameras in Garlan and Rostrenen were burned. On Wendesday, the automated ticketing machines in Saint-Thuriau on the D768, in Saint-Yvi and on the N164 in Pleyben were burned.

Outside Bretagne, cameras in Lacanau were set on fire last weekend and a second on Tuesday on the A320 in Moselle.

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