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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Burned and Painted
Vigilantes in Italy set fire to a speed camera and paint a camera in France.

Scorched speed camera in Italy
Vigilantes left a speed camera in Venice, Italy a charred and useless lump on the ground Thursday at around 11pm. According to La Nuova di Venezia, the fire department was called to the scene on the Via Cavalleggieri in Mogliano as the powerful blaze lit up the night sky. The camera's concrete base had been ripped out of the ground before the camera housing was torched.

In Ouges, France, vigilantes covered a speed camera lens with gray paint last week Saturday. Le Bien Public reported that attack disabled the ticketing device on the D968.

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