Pardon me if I am missing an integral part of the puzzle, but I fail to see the relevance of the controversy over the use of red light cameras in our fair city to aid in the capture of those who opt to ignore those signals. I can understand those who may question the cost-effectiveness or even the efficacy of such a program; however, to question its legality relative to the Constitution is more than somewhat mind-numbing.
Rewarding illegal behavior?
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