The Cameras Are Coming Down In Washington State

We are calling them “The CameraFRAUD of Washington,” but they have an identity all their own, complete with a nice website and Facebook page.

The group is called BanCams and they are taking the fight against scamera proliferation to the streets and making a splash on local media as well.

Here is a message to all politicians in Washington State – You’d better listen to these good people because they’re willing to work harder and do your job for you, since you have refused to do the right thing and ban this money making scam. If Arizona is any indication of what is to come, repeated embarrassment and being discredited is in your future if you do not get on the right side of this issue RIGHT NOW.

Video from the latest protest in Washington:


17 Responses to The Cameras Are Coming Down In Washington State

  1. RPr says:

    Redflex says “Screw the disabled I need a cigarette.”

    Phoenix, AZ
    1,121 Volunteers

    Welcome to CameraFRAUD. We are united in our effort to get rid of every speed camera, red light camera, and photo radar van here in Arizona and across the country. We were suc…

    Check out this Meetup Group →

  2. Stacey says:

    More crazy crap out of Jefferson Parish

    JP, Theriot file suit against bloggers

  3. photoradarscam says:

    Redflex called out on dirty courthouse tactics:

    • kandaris says:

      This is not surprising given how RedFlex abuses the court system in its handling of due process, rules of evidence, and chain of possession as well as several other accepted litigation conventions. It reveals a mentality of being “Above the law” or “It doesn’t apply to us” while being charged with prosecuting it. Its and attitude that we’ve seen many times in these past couple of years from RedFlex and they have no one to blame but themselves for this short sighted, arrogant, and dismissive attitude toward our legal system.

  4. photoradarscam says:

    Remember this story? KPHO telling it like it isn’t?

    Now that DPS is saying that the “data isn’t there,” KPHO is taking a different stance:

    Gee KPHO, maybe if you had “told it like it was” we could have gotten truth several months ago.

    • kandaris says:

      KPHO obviously doesn’t understand statistics when they boldly state that the ONLY difference over the data period was “a speed camera…” complete garbage. Variables are well… “variable”, and not taking them into account is just ridiculous. They might as well have said… “don’t confuse me with the facts… my mind is made up.”

      More important is the DPS director’s statement that “bringing them back is on the table…” Are you kidding me! Get those signatures folks, its our only true defense against these losers.

      7 Sheets By 7/1

  5. photoradarscam says:

    San Bruno not going to install cameras since they might end up costing a few thousand per month. Despite the fact that the city likely spends thousands on other traffic safety iniatives, the alleged “Safety” benefits are not worth paying for:

  6. keepusfree says:

    What! It’s not about our safety, it’s about the money? I am shocked, shocked I tell you. Surely they wouldn’t rush us into a police state unless it was for our own good?

  7. someone says:

    It’s all downhill from here.

    You’re next, ATS. This is war… a war you helped declare against the people of this state.

    Sugar daddy Goldman Sacs won’t be able to save your ass this time. You ain’t seen nothing yet.

  8. L. Davis says:

    I’m glad to hear about San Bruno, I just wish my home town of South San Francisco would do the same thing — they’re annoying.

    • Dr Jett says:

      Its time for Camerafraud/S.SanFrancisco. Washington has their protest organization, so find other people who find photo radar annoying in your area and start protesting.

      • L. Davis says:

        It’s a good cause, but I have to pick and chose my causes since I work for a living. Right now I’m getting involved in a project to raise money for a little boy I know who has leukemia.

        It would be interesting though to know how Camerafraud started. I suppose it started with a website. It’s probably a little late for referrendum ballot signature gathering here this year. In any case, I would find a California state-wide movement irresistable.

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