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PALMER PARK, Md. - 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.
One is already in place, and Prince George's County Police Maj. Robert V. Liberati hopes to have up to a dozen more before the end of the year.
"It's not worth going to jail over a $40 ticket or an arson or destruction of property charge," says Liberati.
Liberati is the Commander of the Automated Enforcement Section, which covers speed and red-light cameras.
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Originally posted by Montana
Not confusing at all. Cameras to watch cameras that are watching the cameras until every square inch of the nation (including that part behind your front door) is covered by more than one camera. And then we will all be sooooo perfectly safe, won't we? In my opinion every camera erected in a non-national security area should be removed by what ever method is necessary. But that's just my opinion...