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France, UK: Traffic And License Plate Cameras Disabled
Vigilantes take out a license plate reader in Northern Ireland and a speed camera in France.

Loriet, France
Vigilantes disabled a speed camera in Loriet, France last Thursday. According to La Republique, gold spraypaint covered the lenses of the speed camera on the RD952 in Les Coteaux. The perpetrators also added the slogan "and a good year" on the side of the device.

In Derry, Northern Ireland, vigilantes destroyed a automated license plate reader (ALPR, also known as ANPR) on January 31. The automated ticketing machine was cut down and smashed, the Derry Journal reported.



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