Discovery of hundreds of cameras in Anne Arundel buildings triggers fears of spying (

March 6, 2013 12:00 am

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The discovery of hundreds of surveillance cameras on county property in Anne Arundel, MD has sparked a state police investigation. The cameras, which were purchased with grants from the Department of Homeland Security, were controlled by a county executive who was convicted of official misconduct in January, and accused of having compiled dossiers on political rivals.

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