Students in Montgomery County, Delaware frame innocent drivers.
They duplicate license plates by printing plate numbers on glossy photo paper, using fonts from certain websites that "mimic" those on Maryland license plates. Then they tape the fake plate over the existing plate on the back of their car and purposefully speed through a speed camera. The victim then receives a citation in the mail. According to the Montgomery County Sentinel,the students try to use vehicles from their friends that are similar to the make and model of the car owned by the targeted victim.
Students from Richard Montgomery High School call the "prank" speed camera pimping. The students use the prank students to exact revenge on people who the students believe have wronged them.
Watch the following Fox News video report.
Automatic speed cameras and a system that forces people to prove their innocence seem to violate the presumption of innocence. However, a federal judge in Akron disagrees and recently rejected a claim that automatic traffic cameras violate the Constitution.