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Baltimore spending board votes unanimously to cancel surveillance plane contract

The pilot program took its final flight Oct. 31 in Baltimore. For six months up until then, several planes owned by Persistent Surveillance Systems circled the city’s skies, capturing images of 32 square miles in hopes of reducing the violent crime rate.

Source: The Baltimore Sun Politics Section State of Maryland

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