Many people find speed cameras frustrating, and some in the region are taking their rage out on the cameras themselves.
But now there's a new solution: cameras to watch the cameras.
What if vandals attack the cameras that watch the speed cams? Will they install more cameras to watch each other? Or will they hire more police officers to watch the cameras? Oh wait...
Well, at some point, if the vandals keep it up, the camera folks & the local jurisdiction will find it un-economic to place them at certain locations.
Those will likely be the poorer neighborhood where the hoods will enjoy the desctruction. The "proper" neighborhoods will simply just keep paying.
Several years ago I read an article about cameras in UK (I think), where vandals put old tires on the cameras, filled them with gasoline, & set them afire. We'll see if that methodology carries across the Atlantic.
Cameras to watch the cameras that watch the cameras that watch the...........watch you. OH WHERE WILL IT ALL END?
Main reason is not their money being wasted.
They have a speed camera on a road named "Race Track Road"? That's practically entrapment.
But when someone burned down a speed camera on Race Track Road near Bowie State College on July 3, Liberati and his colleagues began to rethink their strategy.
What if the vandals come out wearing masks?
"Liberati says the cameras aren't a case of Big Brother nor a cash grab, police are simply trying to keep the public safe from reckless drivers."
That's so thoughtful of them! It sure seems like the people taking out their anger on the cameras by destroying them, are trying to keep the general public from enjoying the safety benefits of the cameras. They're so mean!
The folks in PG Co, MD would find placing cameras to watch their politicians might be of better use!
How about a few on Capital Hill???
Or will they hire more police officers to watch the cameras? Oh wait...
Aren't there enough security cameras to provide enough coverage?
....Let a thousand cameras bloom.
Love it. Ha ha!
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