ACLU lawer concerned that DC's crime surveillance cameras may be used for

"... zooming in on attractive women."


Arthur B. Spitzer, legal director of the Washington office of the American Civil Liberties Union, demonstrates that he has never been to the District's low or high crime areas.

I think the police should try to find attractive females with the cameras, it would ensure that they are glued to their monitoring stations. I suggest a points-based system between one and five, where one is witnessing a mugging take place and dispatching police and five is finding a hot woman in this town.