Tenn. man gets high-tech revenge for camera citation

He saw that his local police department's website would soon expire, so he bought the domain himself


Frank Cerabino
The Palm Beach Newspapers

BLUFF CITY, Tenn. — If you're one of those people who think traffic surveillance cameras have more to do with municipal fund-raising than traffic safety, here's a story that will warm your heart.

Readers of this column might remember Doreen Poreba, the Stuart public relations company owner who returned from a long car trip to discover a speeding ticket from Tennessee in her mailbox.

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