Ilze Nagla is a frequent critic of speed cameras. A few days after she
exposed irregularities with photo radar devices used in her country, her
home was raided by state police. Earlier this month, the European Court
of Human Rights ordered the Latvian government to pay her 20,000 euros
(US $26,500) in compensation for violating her rights.
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