Anti-photo enforcement sentiment seems to be popping up faster than the cameras themselves around the Grand Canyon State.
Historically well known for a “wild west” attitude and a strong independent streak, Arizonans from all walks of life are uniting against the politicians who acted as enablers for the current two-edged sword we’re being stabbed with: photo enforcement and a staggering budget deficit.
PhotoRadarScam.com, a new site dedicated to “information about automated law enforcement schemes and scams,” offers information on avoiding tickets and free advice on how to fight received tickets.
“I realized that the movement toward photo enforcement was made without official approval of the public and after lobbying by the equipment manufacturers” said Ryan Denke, of PhotoRadarScam.com. “The politicians have NOT followed the will of their constituents or the provisions of our state laws and state constitution and have instead fallen for the irresistible allure of easy revenue under the guise of public safety.”
CameraFRAUD.com’s own efforts have expanded to Tucson in the past week, with the introduction of tucson.cameraFRAUD.com. We are pleased to announce that editorial control of CameraFRAUD Tucson is being handled by Deputy Bill Conley of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.
“Can speed radar read faulty, you bet” writes Conley. “I remember running radar and clocked a tree moving at 20 MPH…and I was stationary.”
Traditional media outlets can’t seem to get enough of the melee. With numerous mentions in the mainstream media within the past week, as well as two local television stations covering our latest demonstration live from the air, it’s hard not to believe that the Cameras are Coming Down.