No Love For Scamera Companies Across The Country


Chicago in some ways has it worse than we do in Arizona when it comes to the scameras. Their versions take pictures of “rolling right turns,” which have never proven to cause many accidents. Not to mention that yellow lights around Chicagoland having started being shortened to 2.5 seconds, which makes for a very dangerous situation in intersections. Of course, it can also be very lucrative for ATS and Redflex. Never let safety get in the way of a good scam.

Well, as you could guess, some Chicagoans have started to mobilize in “CameraFRAUD Style” to educate their fellow citizens about the scam they are all being taken with.

Meanwhile back in Arizona, just a week after protesting Redflex, some of our volunteers were having an interesting effect on American Traffic Solutions. Instead of sitting idly by, or sending in some hack to stir up trouble, they mobilized a little crew(16 people) of their own take even more pictures of Arizona Motorists. You’d think they’d get tired of looking at photos and videos of us, but apparently that’s all they know how to do.

**ANOTHER GREAT ADDITION**

Here’s a collection of photos and videos from the February 14th protests around the country.

If you look closely enough, you’ll see CameraFRAUD.com on some of the signs. Congrats to Missouri protesters who accomplish a feat that Phoenix folks probably never will, showing that they have “snow” love for the scameras.

21 Responses to No Love For Scamera Companies Across The Country

  1. photoradarscam says:

    So did they send you anything in the mail after taking your pictures?

  2. Ron Paul Fan says:

    There is an article on the local Denver ABC website today that mentions that Denver is changing the companies of who controls our red-light systems. What a crock!

    http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/22580439/detail.html

  3. PersonalFreedom says:

    i’m a camerfraud insider working for ATS. I only work a clerical position where i type up correspondence and such. But anyways, last week ATS had a government official come in and try to force us all to write letters to the legislatures saying how we are ‘FOR’ photo radar! I peacefully disobeyed and tried to talk co-workers into not doing this atrocity to no avail..😦 mindless people not having a single thought for themselves. It was truly amazing, but anyways the point of my comment is to let people know they will be seding around 10,000 letters all PRO photo radar to the legislatures! Something needs to be done about this! Spread the word please and hopefully the people can stop this wreckless intrusion.

    • Dylan R. says:

      JAMES TUTON, FELON CEO OF ATS…

      YOU ARE AN ABSOLUTLEY DISGUSTING LEADER RUNNING A FULL SCALE FRAUD OPERATION. YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED, AND THERE ARE SOME WHO ARE ALREADY LOOKING FOR WAYS TO PUT YOU IN JAIL OR AT THE MERCY OF CLASS ACTION LAWSUITS (MORE THAN YOU’RE ALREADY ENGAGED IN) ON 11/2/10.

    • Will Kay says:

      I think 153,000+ signatures will speak for themselves.

      • PersonalFreedom says:

        Yes that many signatures is good and all but these are full length letters each and every one of them being written headed ‘Dear Representative’ and going into detail on how they support photo radar! i think 10-20K full length letters will have more ‘sway’ with them rather than even 200k signatures. I think something else needs to be done to combat this, i have no idea what that may be i just don’t think signatures is a good combatant to these letters.

    • Mike Waters says:

      “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.”
      — Mahatma Gandhi

  4. Drew says:

    Cop Shoots Protester the Bird at Red Light Camera Protest

  5. Stacey says:

    Oh hell, what is a little snow. We stand out in 110 – 113 degree heat! lol

    Honestly though, lizards like us couldn’t take that kind of cold.

  6. Stacey says:

    This one is for you Linda Gray:

  7. Dr Jett says:

    I love it. Atta girl Stacey! Where can I get a job like that?

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