Meet Redflex’s new partner in crime: China’s communist government:
Redflex Traffic Systems and ChinaTel Group this week announced their hope of invading the potentially lucrative traffic surveillance market in the People’s Republic of China…
According to Xinhua, China’s official government news service, total yearly traffic ticket revenue is estimated at over a trillion yuan (US $146 billion) and the cameras are frequently used for additional purposes. Last May, Shenzhen Public Security Bureau employees were caught using traffic cameras to peep into the bedrooms of local residents.
Redflex, a private, unregulated foreign entity with no allegiance to the United States, has the power to monitor hundreds of thousands of cameras which watch over millions of U.S. citizens.
And now they’re in business with China, and their biggest Arizona cheerleader is now off to head “Homeland Security.”
Redflex is no longer just committing fraud: they are a threat to the security, safety, and sovereignty of the United States of America.