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8/29/2016
France, Germany, Italy: Speed Cameras Trashed, Torched
European vigilantes disabled speed cameras with trashcans, fire and paint last week.

Trash can speed camera
In Saint-Etienne-de-Valoux, France, vigilantes on Friday tagged the speed camera on the RD82 with spraypaint, according to Le Dauphine. After this, they shoved a large trash can into the camera housing. In Cametours, vigilantes covered the speed camera on the RD972 with white spraypaint, Ouest France reported.

In Santa Maria La Fossa, Italy, vigilantes torched the speed camera on Provincial Road 333 last week Sunday, Ottopagine reported. A device in the same location had been destroyed by gunfire a few months ago.

Last week Monday, vigilantes in Peine, Germany set fire to the speed camera on the B65. According to Peiner Allgemeine Zeitung, a nearly identical attack on the speed camera on the B1 in Vecheld took place in May.



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