Re: A recent front page story in a local daily newspaper on red-light cameras. If we follow the "logic" of that daily newspaper of publishing the intersections with the most red light camera violations, then why not publish a complete list of banks in the state with the most security? That way robbers will know which banks they should target next. Why not publish a list of roads where drivers have been cited most often for reckless driving or hitting pedestrians? This way those who drive recklessly or hit pedestrians will know which roads to target and which ones to avoid? BTW--In the story I noted the newspaper only quoted those opposed to red light cameras or the vendors who profit from their installation. Why didn't the paper quote drivers, like me, who support this enforcement? Yes, I did receive a summons on one of those violations. I thought it was totally wrong, but upon reviewing the video that was linked to my summons I saw it was justified and paid my fine. If drivers don't want to get fined they should just not commit the violation. Also, are those opposed to the cameras willing to pay the costs of added traffic enforcement officers and leave it up to their discretion and eyesight about who gets a ticket? Or do they, as I suspect, just want our roads to be like the Wild Wild West with no enforcement, everyone doing as they pleased and the poor victims be damned? Since my stance was obviously opposite that of the newspaper in question, however, as in the past, my letter was not published in said daily newspaper. Since an intersection in Springfield was quoted as that with the second highest number of tickets issued in the state I have chosen this forum in which to raise this issue.