May 22, 2015


By Gordon Sinclair Jr.

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Trafficking in traffic tickets

Student's long wait for justice shines light on why cops are handing out so many

Former Winnipeg police officer Len Eastoe, whose Traffic Experts business helps motorists fight traffic tickets, agrees city police are trying to bolster the city's declining revenue from photo-radar enforcement.

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Former Winnipeg police officer Len Eastoe, whose Traffic Experts business helps motorists fight traffic tickets, agrees city police are trying to bolster the city's declining revenue from photo-radar enforcement. Photo Store

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