CameraFRAUD Tucson Street Action Success!


Bill Conley, Editor of CameraFRAUD Tucson writes:

“The demonstration at Oracle and River went beyond my expectations. I want to thank everyone for your involvement.”

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22 Responses to CameraFRAUD Tucson Street Action Success!

  1. RPr says:

    Encore! Encore!

  2. Mary LaSala says:

    hey – thanks for organizing this! wish I would have known about the demonstration in advance…. email me if you plan another one – I’ll be there with all my friends

  3. S says:

    Great job today guys!
    I’m so proud of every single person standing for our rights and freedom!
    Keep it up and let’s have fun🙂

  4. Michael says:

    Great job! I was not able to attend today but will be there in the future. I watched local news broadcasts about it tonight on KVOA, KGUN, and KOLD. Thanks for your efforts!

  5. MEW says:

    you people have your heads up your ass. When you are stopped by a police officer you do not fight the ticket right then. you go to court and fight it two to three weeks later, Just like the camera tickets.
    I bet you are the reason why the cameras are needed in the first place by doing 15 MPH over the posted speed limit. I drive with the cruise control set to the posted speed limit and 99% of the traffic speeds by. I hate driving in Tucson and am about to take matters into my own hands which will not be pretty. One way is to take all the speed limit signs down and turn off all trafific signals and stop and yield signs. Then you can drive at whatever speed you want and you would not have to stop at any intersection. Then the police and fire departments would not have to respond to any accidents because no law would be broken.
    Have a nice day assholes.

  6. j says:

    too bad u feel that way. if u are too slow for traffic on the freeways maybe u should only use surface streets or sell your car and get rides and walk. u sound like u r probably impeding the flow of traffic creating a dangerous situation.

  7. Drew says:

    youtube of the days rally

  8. James M. says:

    Like I said folks, thanks for the identifying pictures. You folks are feeding right into the hands of the up and coming SOCIALIST government. Maintaining a low profile is what I learned in the Army. Being a nail that needs to be hammered down is not where you want to be. Like the person who stated the fact that you do not attempt to ‘beat the ticket’ with the officer, nor should you attempt to ‘beat the ticket by staging a very pubic protest. BTW, the latest action is to stop drivers without the entire ARIZONA exposed. A real quick way for the State/County/City to make money. Where is the protest against THIS action. BTW, the detectors for this are in most of the police cars. Why? It allows an officer trailing a vehicle to run a plate check to find out if you have any outstanding warrents, if the vehicle is stolen and to report any violations without having to stop you. Then you get home to find that there is an officer sitting in your driveway and you are busted there. Enjoy your freedoms as long as they last. BTW, the idea of replacing lights with stop signs is not a good one.

  9. I'm Back says:

    James,
    This war will be fought in the streets and up close/in person. They already know who we all are and I welcome it because the numbers are already in our favor. I still believe that “We the People” are the answer.

  10. Michael says:

    Here’s a link to comments on this story by a local newspaper:

    http://regulus2.azstarnet.com/comments/index.php?id=275397

    Mew, you just don’t “get it”. And based on your post, I really doubt you ever will. Best wishes to you.

  11. No One says:

    mew… for me this has nothing to do with speeding. that’s right, nothing. I urge you take the time to educate yourself on some of the negative consequences of this system before you make a blanket judgement that anyone who is against it is a speed demon or is somehow anti-safety. If you elect not to take this time and not to be well-informed, are you really in a position to judge?

  12. No One says:

    James–

    I somewhat agree to the thought of maintaining a low profile– but the instant that we the populace have done nothing wrong but still feel we need to shrink in fear of our government is the very instant that we need to stand up and be recognized.

    As to the plate legibility thing, yes it’s a complete sham, we all know that– but this is something easily fixed with a one-time solution (remove the cover) and most importantly that law does not involve the myriad of privacy issues and due process concerns as the cameras do.

  13. John says:

    If you do wear a mask and are caught by the camera. Will you still get a ticket?

  14. James Howard says:

    The day I can’t protest and use my name in public because I am afraid will be a very bad day. The nail that stands up gets beaten down is a Japanese saying. I prefer the squeaky wheel gets the oil, and I plan to be a very squeaky wheel.

    We were the top story on the major networks.

  15. Glyph says:

    TOTALLY worth the drive down there. I got to meet some interesting and motivated people, and nearly went deaf from all the horn-honking.

    People in Tucson honk different than we do, that’s for sure. Instead of the ‘beep beep’ that we’re used to, Tusconians will lean on that horn for 20 to 30 seconds and not think twice about it!

  16. Roger says:

    Thanks to all who are opposing the Orwellian photo enforcement. For those who don’t understand the concept obtain George Orwell’s book 1984 or watch the video of the movie. It will give you a complete understanding of what is going on. Some make a naive statement that photo enforcement is a revenue generator for the city, county or state. While it is a source of revenue, revenue taken by the government is not generated. It is extracted. And just in case you haven’t noticed, no matter how much they take from whatever source, it’s NEVER enough.

  17. Hmmm says:

    “Quacks? Nuts? Lawbreakers”?

    I keep seeing these terms and can’t help but laugh.

    The proponents (employees) of photo scamming keep using these terms, despite a strong disapproval from various law enforcement agencies (such as the honorable people from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office).

    Safety or profit?

  18. j says:

    its easier to demonize than to have rational argument if they can get the argument to an emotional level they think they will have an advantage.

  19. Zebra says:

    Each news story on yesterday’s demonstration presented an entirely different take on why we were out there. Because the cameras are wrong on so many levels, it is difficult to get the media to grasp and present a solid argument.

    The police, carefully coached by Redflex and ATS, just repeat the “we are making you safer” mantra, which is an easy concept for the press to play back. They haul out a picture of a t-boned car from their archives for the media to show while talking about how the cameras prevent accidents.

    Does anyone know how/where to actually get the figures about accidents and injuries? I know that rates have been falling nationwide for a couple of years, primarily because of safer cars/less driving due to gas prices. It would be good to be able to pre empt their claims.

  20. Natalie says:

    Great job in Tucson!

  21. Glyph says:

    Click on the “flickr” tab at the top of the page to see pictures from CameraFraud events both old and new!

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