9/15/2021Argentina: Court Sentences Mayor For Forging Speed Camera Tickets
Small city mayor in Cordoba, Argentina, convicted by jury of forging speed camera tickets.
By Richard Diamond
Prosecutors in in Cordoba, Argentina, last week announced a jury had convicted a city mayor and two speed camera executives for setting up a "collections machine" using an unlawfully installed speed camera. Carlos Hector Borgobello, the sitting four-term mayor of Estacion General Paz, was found guilty of falsifying documents and extortion in collusion with the photo enforcement firm Sertran SA. The Second Chamber of Crime voided every one of the near ...
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