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4/1/2012
France, Latvia: Speed Cameras Protested
French motorcyclists protest speed cameras while photo radar van hypocrisy is captured on video in Latvia.

Angry French motorcyclists
Last week on Saturday a group of 160 members of the French Federation of Angry Motorcyclists (FFMC) protested the government's anti-motorcyclist and anti-motorist policies by covering speed cameras between Argentan and Alencon with a garbage bags and fluorescent vests, Ouest France reported. The vests, which prevented the devices from issuing tickets, bore slogans explaining that motorcyclists were no longer willing to be milked for cash by the government.

In Latvia, a motorist caught a speed camera van belonging to the private company Vitronic Baltica violating the freeway speed limit and posted the evidence online.

Watch the video on YouTube:




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