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on Jul 31, 2011
More time wasted protecting us from ourselves when they should be investigating violent and other crimes against actual people.
I am generally opposed to speed trapping for a number of very good reasons Tom, but some of the Bridge work apparently created an uneven zig-zaggy section. There were a number of serious accidents in that spot earlier this year, so I suppose that's why they are watching it closely.
Now staking out stop signs in Danville or Alamo, yep, that's a waste of resources.
Speeding is a violent crime. A fellow high school graduate of my son was in a car on the Bay Bridge several years ago that was rear ended by a speeder. The young man was killed. You can call it an accident but by all measures it was manslaughter.
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