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Make the negligent bureaucrats pay for faulty speed cameras

For years we've been told that speed cameras have always been about safety and not revenue enhancement. Again we have been lied to by our politicians, and the proof is that inaccurate cameras are allowed to continue issuing $40 tickets ("Not so fast," Nov. 20).

Isn't it about time that responsible parties actually are held responsible? The bureaucrat who allowed this to continue should be fired and forced to pay for the wrongly issued tickets.

Leonard Magsamen, Nottingham

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