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Ohio, Italy: Traffic Cameras Unplugged, Knocked Over
Vigilantes cut the cord on Ohio speed camera, knock them over in Italy.

Another speed camera in Lucas, Ohio had its power cord cut on Friday. According to the Mansfield News Journal, vigilantes also attempted to pull the device down with ropes. Officials have no idea who might be responsible and note that many houses on Main Street have anti-camera signs in their yards.

In Cassino, Italy vigilantes knocked over a speed camera on the Via San Bartolomeo last week Saturday. According to Il Punto a Mezzogiorno, the police were alerted before the men involved were able to remove the device. The vigilantes returned on Wednesday and knocked over a speed camera in Castelnuovo Parano, leaving it on the ground.



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