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What side is The Sun on in the speed camera debate?

It seems you are talking from both sides of the issue in your editorial on the new speed camera contract that has been awarded ("Playing fast and loose," Jan. 24).

First, you are all over Xerox, the former contract holder, for faulty equipment and issuing tickets to innocent people. Then you call for Brekford Corp.'s head for not having the software to run the same faulty equipment you complained was issuing bogus tickets.

Brekford Corp. now has a chance to install their equipment and rectify the mess that Xerox's equipment left our city.

Bruce Poulos, Baltimore

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