Redflex Cameras in Albuquerque to be Shut Off

It’s midnight Albuquerque, do you know where your scameras are? The New Mexico city is shutting off more of its cameras because their contract with the scam vendor expires tonight. University studies have shown that, as usual, accidents have gone up at the intersections in which they have been installed.

ABQ would be best advised to leave those menaces shut off and tear them down.

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9 Responses to Redflex Cameras in Albuquerque to be Shut Off

  1. 4409 says:

    Hmmmmmmm, I wonder if they will leave their crap laying all over the city like Redflex is doing here.

    Their Scameras are still up on the highways and the contract ended in JULY….WTF

    Sounds like they are trying to twist some arms to get this crap back on the highways after the election.

    This pretend Government you have is a joke. You guys better make Jan Brewer pledge not to bring that crap back if elected.

  2. photoradarscam says:

    “The camera company is also helping bankroll a website and sending out literature to keep the cameras. ]But it’s not disclosing the connection on the flyer.”

    Of course not. Wouldn’t want the peple to see where the message is actually coming from.

  3. Sure says:

    Wintersteen ask voters to vote no on Prop 302

    Former Police Chiefs: Keep First Things First

    MESA – Two former police chiefs are speaking out against Proposition 302, the initiative that would end funding for Arizona’s First Things First early childhood programs.

    An 80-cent sales tax on cigarettes has raised more than $300 million for First Things First.

    “[The fund pays for] coaching for pregnant mothers and new parents, high quality early education and childcare, and appropriate screening and treatment for young children already showing serious behavioral problems,” says Martha Brooks.

    On Nov. 2, voters will be able to decide whether or not to take that money and put it into the general fund — for core programs like health care and foster care, rather than specialized preschool programs.

    “They are not need-to-have programs. First Things First funds nice-to-have programs. The state is currently in the middle of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression,” says State Rep. John Kavanagh.

    But two former police chiefs from Mesa and Paradise Valley say the money should stay where it is, to make a difference in the most at-risk kids when they are young.

  4. Stacey says:

    The wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock has been arrested on charges of child molestation.

    According to Chandler Police Spokesperson David Ramer, Susan Brock, 48, is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old male over the last 3 years.

  5. Dr Jett says:

    The Scameras could be deployed in traffic courts so that the public could see what really goes on in the land of graft and corruption. Just imagine getting to see and hear all of the lies, deals and coercion going on in the name of safety. Count the money and have a day by day tally. We could make a game show out of the kangeroo courts and then the citizens wouldn’t have to pay for the scam. The State could get sponsors to pay for the show.

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