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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Burn
Vigilantes use fire to attack automated ticketing machines in France and Italy.

Burned camera in Muizon
Vigilantes in Parma, Italy set fire to a speed camera on Thursday. According to Parma Today, the flames only scorched the exterior housing and the camera continues to issue tickets on the south ring road.

In Muizon, France, vigilantes damaged a brand new speed camera on June 6. L'Ardennais reported that the automated ticketing machine installed on the RN31 on a Wednesday had been torched with a burning tire. The device, however, was not completely destroyed.



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