Just a grumble about more speed-kills brain-washing on Ch.7. Two stories on tonight about road safety. First was emblazoned with "Speed Kills", but was really a story about the installation of about 30 extra red-light cameras around the city, with the tagline of "If you speed through intersections, expect to get caught". In fact the whole story kept mentioning speed about 20 times as the cause of the intersection accidents, when really it is simply failure to give way correctly. Second up was a "Flashback" story about the introduction of Random Breath Testing in 1976. This was a reasonably balanced story, until the end. They showed a graph with the declining road toll from around 1100 deaths in Victoria per year to around the present 400-450, which incidentally has flatlined since the mid 90's. Yep, you guessed it. The voice-over attributed the great decline in deaths to RBT, as well as speed cameras. Thing is that they didn't point out that speed cameras were introduced in the mid-90's, exactly at the time when the road toll rate started to flat-line. Talk about brain-washing.