CJOB's Keith McCullough reporting
The latest Winnipegger fighting a speeding ticket picked up at the intersection of Grant and Nathaniel has won his court case. But he's still disapointed. Philip Johst says charges were dropped by the Crown meaning the case can't be used as a precedent.
Anti-photo radar group Wise Up Winnipeg put up thousands of dollars supporting Johst in his case...arguing the radar gives false readings because of shooting through metal objects. The group estimates about 20 thousand tickets have been handed out at the controversial intersection since late last year.