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Police Caught in the Act

Act 4: ABC News' "20/20" set up a speed trap in Raleigh, N.C., to catch speeding cops.
07:20 | 10/04/2013

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Reporter: North carolina, where tobacco is king and college basketball is a religion. Go 15 miles per hours over the limit and it could mean jail time and a suspended license. But we wondered, do they... See More
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