Brilliant Work, Dudley Do-Right 

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Up in Canada, graffiti artist Dion Nordick found motion-activated cameras on his property, left by the police. Upon taking the cameras down and examining the contents of their memory cards, he found pictures of himself as well as images from other police cases. Incredibly, those images included a dead body and an apparently physically abused woman.

If that’s not incompetence enough for you, you might ask how Nordick discovered the cameras.

[Nordick] said he was alerted to the cameras because they used a flash when they were filming.


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