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as-featured-onWithin less than a year, CameraFRAUD has pushed the backlash against the cameras to the forefront of Arizona politics with a complete volunteer-based campaign.

We also support a 2010 ballot initiative which would end dangerous automated ticketing schemes throughout the state of Arizona.

ap-quoteNone of these efforts would be possible without the continued involvement of our volunteers, and we invite you to join us.

Our opponents in the automated ticketing industry have millions of dollars to spend and have already started running misleading and deceptive ads.

Support safer roads: Join CameraFRAUD today:


26 Responses to Join CameraFRAUD

  1. James S says:

    join… it’s so easy!

    • Bill W. says:

      It’s easy to join!!! …It’s even easier to continue to do nothing after you join… Like so many members have. Lol. 🙂

      • James S says:

        You might not want to underestimate the power of a dedicated group of people.

        After all, only 56 people signed the Declaration of Independence at a time when the population of the United States was 2,500,000. One out of 44,000.

        When I last checked, the meetup had over 1600 members. The population of Arizona is 6,500,000. That’s one out of 4,062.

        Smells like a revolt to me…

  2. LoneWolf says:

    If you pro-scamera people wish to be like Great Britain in deploying hundreds of scameras across the state of Arizona, then maybe you should go move there. 13 colonies located on American soil broke free from that country on July 4th, 1776. That means we’re independent and we do not have to follow any of their laws and we’re under no obligation whatsoever to adopt any of their technology which greatly includes these stinkin scameras.

    Furthermore, if you feel that Australia (which, btw was colonized partially by the British) should have a role in enforcing laws across the US, then by all means, Australia (or parts of it) should become the 50th-some-odd-state. But since I don’t see that happening anytime soon, I’ll be damned if I’m going to allow any part of the United States of America to sell itself to Australia or any other country of the world! And I’ll be damned if I’m going to let the government of this country take control over its people. The people control our government which runs this country and that’s the way it’s always been and always should be.

    If you disagree with this, then you probably should seek out another country to live in. I’m going to do my best to defend the one document that the forefathers of this country signed for the sake of America’s future generations, for the sake of liberty and freedom, and for the sake of the name of this country which is the United States of America.

    I said it once and I’ll say it again and again. If the US constitution and our freedoms become meaningless, then millions of American soldiers will have died in vain. They defended our country and our constitution so many generations into the future could enjoy the freedom that the constitution provides us.

    For those of you who’d like to stand along side us in this battle to remove the scameras, please join us! For the those who have joined the herds of sheeple, I hear the UK has some beautiful green pastures. There’s lots of fresh grass to chew on so by all means, move there! It’s also a cold country so just snuggle up to a Gatso bonfire. That’ll keep you warm.

    • LoneWolf says:

      Whoever’s giving me thumbs down, get out of my country or go educate yourselves on various state laws and the US constitution.


      If these sources aren’t reliable enough for you, then look them up elsewhere on the internet.

      Read it for yourself if you think I’m exagerating about the UK:

      “There’s been a big backlash in Great Britain, where they have 6,000 cameras on that little tiny island,”

      The article also indicates that lasers are beginning to replace radar to determine speeding vehicles across several lanes. I’m sure eventually laser will be used to read license plates from a long distance and also used to identify people. Oh wait, I think that’s already possible..

      You sheeple are setting yourselves up for the slaughter. Keep grazing… we’ll keep working.

    • Bryan R says:

      Apparently your post was too intelligent and articulate for the pro-camera crowd…

      Or… Maybe they figured that if it’s a long, well-thought out argument that it must be anti-camera and just modded it down without bothering to read it.

      To quote Matt – Amen LoneWolf.

    • Will Kay says:

      You said it best LoneWolf.

    • briareus says:

      I completed a report in college on camera use in Britain. The results of my research were interesting and unexpected to me, namely that study after study proved that a certain method other than cameras was far more instrumental–and less expensive–in stopping crime. The method? Streelights. Yep, streetlights. Point in fact, a recent UK news story reported that the police themselves said that fewer than 1 crime was prevented per 1000 cameras. LESS THAN ONE IN ONE THOUSAND! –And that streelights were more effective.

      When it came to cameras used for speeding, they found that it was causing some wrecks when cars would come around a bend (they are used in all rural areas), see the camera, and hit the breaks and lose control. They also found that since all UK traffic cameras are recording licence plate information, many many drivers were taking routes to maintain their privacy, which in turn caused more traffic on smaller narrower roads which resulted in more pedestrian collisions. Go look up the facts and figures yourself.

      Oh, and one more first-hand example: I was on the 101N (Scottsdale) and as we all came around the bend, a driver who was changing lanes when he saw the camera vehicle he hit the brakes and almost caused a collision between myself, his car, and another driver. I pass them every single day, and the whole mass of cars slows down just until they pass the camera and then speed up. It’s basically a revenue stream sucked out of people not familiar with the local camera emplacements.

      • Ernest T. Bass says:

        i did my own study…. i based my opinions on years of study from behind the wheel of a car…. here is my findings ( there were 2 )..

        a. drivers would break when seeing a police car driving either in front of them ( they caught it ) or when it enters the same road …. and they would break hard

        b. drivers would break when they see an officer running radar parked on the side of the road !!

        yep its true there is no difference between when drivers break …either at the sight of a camera or real human officer !!!

  3. Matt says:

    AMEN LoneWolf, AMEN.

    • Mike says:

      Hahaha! That’s awesome! I love DPS’s response: “Uhh.. the video was too fuzzy, we could tell who was driving.” Here jokers, let me do your job for you. The license plate was CF-59414 and it was on 9/10/2009 at 9:30 AM – Loop 101 near 35th Ave. So you’re telling me you don’t have logs of who’s driving what vehicle when? I kinda doubt that.

      And I loved their “you should never be videotaping while driving” – translation: “you should never be videotaping us breaking the law”. lol!

      • Brent says:

        I love it!

        The plate actually started with “CF”, how appropriate. I know that MVD interprets that as Corporate Fleet, but to the rest of the folks, it just CameraFraud. Way to go Redflex- you shoulda spring for the vanity plates.. I’m sure “SCAM1” thorugh “SCAM76” were all available..

    • Will Kay says:

      Again I thank PhotoRadarScam for the video work. To ATS and Redflex, we are armed with cameras and will use them, in the most effective and safest way possible, of course.

      • Ernest T. Bass says:

        of course…. and if you tell me that driving and recording while driving is completly safe !!! well i guess i just have to believe you? how else would i know ….i have never done it… and there is good reason for that !!!

  4. Jokn says:

    I have ? I past 7th and Bell today and seen ATS installing the new hardware I took some pics of this would CF like these and please tell me where to upload them if CF WOULD LIKE THEM Thanx

    • Ernest T. Bass says:

      not really interested in someone installing equiptment…. but if you have a copy of an ats training manual…that would be great… that way CF would not have to “plant” someone there to obtain those materials as they did with redflex !!!

      • briareus says:

        I’ve only been to this website in the last few days, but your clear and obvious anger at something is quite a put-off. Seriously, I come here with a rather open mind on the subject, but your browbeating manner of commenting is so over the top it’s difficult to take anything you say seriously, and I promise you I’m trying to take you seriously. Did you run around decrying and defaming the grown ups who finally told you Santa Claus wasn’t real?

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