Red light morality
05/30/2014 7:48 PM
05/30/2014 7:49 PM
I support any measure that might protect the next innocent victim from being T-boned by a red-light runner.
A red-light camera is documentation of a possible violation.
Is there a moral justification to pick up a stack of $100 bills when the bank teller turns his or her back for a minute, simply because there is no camera?
Are you less likely to pick up that stack of money when you know there are cameras?
— Donald Matheson, Fort Worth
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