CameraFRAUD Statement; re: trapster app ban request

For Immediate Release

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It has come to our attention that a collective of four U.S. Senators have decided to overstep their constitutional restraints and trample on the First Amendment by attempting to coerce Apple into dropping applications that report in real-time the location of law enforcement (or pseudo-law enforcement) activities around the world.

These apps are the modern day equivalent of flashing one’s headlamps at other drivers to warn of nefarious speed traps.

Instead of taking us down the road to an all-out police state, perhaps these lawmakers should question the legality of the alarming proliferation of internal checkpoints being deployed nationwide, including the terrible abuses of civil rights being demonstrated on a daily basis by Janet Napolitano’s “Domestic Surveillance Squad,” including but not limited to the TSA, Customs and Border Protection, and the United States Border Patrol; as well as Janet Napolitano’s personal connections with private, quasi-policing agencies such as Redflex and American Traffic Solutions.

During her reign as governor, Ms. Napolitano virtually deputized an entire, for-profit foreign corporation to patrol the highways of the State of Arizona, in vehicles marked as the State’s top policing agency, the Arizona Department of Public Safety. This disastrous program boldly attempted to capitalize on speeding as a form of state funding and track driver’s whereabouts utilizing automatic license plate recognition (ALPR).

CameraFRAUD is the “largest and most-organized” of the groups pursuing elimination of automated ticketing machines according to the Associated Press. For related information, please see:, (and Roadblock Revelations),,, especially or even .

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3 Responses to CameraFRAUD Statement; re: trapster app ban request

  1. photoradarscam says:

    After 70% voted down cameras on the ballot, many on the city council think they still know best.

  2. Sure says:

    Senator Schumer pushes for devices that would scan a passengers identification. Once scanned, the machine would cross check the identification with other databases.

    “The machine would scan the passenger’s identification,” said Schumer. “It cross checks their ticket, criminal databases, the no-fly list, and the customs and border protection database.”

  3. Sure says:

    Albuquerque loses money on red light cameras

    Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry could decide whether to scrap the city’s red-light camera within the next 30 days. The city is losing money on the program because of a recent change made with the timing of the yellow lights.

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