TALLINN - The prefect of the East Prefecture of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board, Aldis Alus, resigned his post on Nov. 8 after the Pealtnagija (Eyewitness) investigative journalism show on Estonian national television ETV revealed that evidence had been forged for four months by traffic policemen who used non-calibrated traffic speed radar guns, with 180 people given wrongful speeding tickets as the result, reports LETA. This activity was covered up by the senior management.Alus announced that he will take the responsibility for the mistakes made in solving the case and w...
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