Activists: Thanks for Donating!

From the message board:

We win!

Thank you all for the help.

We got a win in one the cases for which you helped pay the appeal fees (you know who you are).

You can listen to the audio of the hearing in this case where the judge made the error, the audio of a hearing a short while later where I asked about the earlier ruling, the appeal brief, and the opinion, all here:…

In Liberty,

— Michael Kielsky
Counselor & Attorney at Law


10 Responses to Activists: Thanks for Donating!

  1. Sure says:

    Cedar Falls Demands Access to Businesses and Homes
    Ordinance wording in the description box

  2. Sure says:

    U.S. Is Intensifying a Secret Campaign of Yemen Airstrikes

  3. Sure says:

    State Reps. and Senators Taking on TSA

  4. Sure says:

    Bandera County Sheriff’s Office Issues Domestic Terrorism Warning
    The Sovereign Citizens Movement

  5. Sure says:

    Through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), 19 governments, including the United States, are working to define standards for a Checkpoint of the Future. IATA is also coordinating closely with the US Department of Homeland Security’s Checkpoint of Tomorrow program which has similar goals.

  6. photoradarscam says:

    Please consider attending the Phoenix’s upcoming city council meetings if you are a resident. Per their latest newsletter:

    Staff began analyzing high run-red crash locations citywide to determine possible locations for up to five more red light cameras. According to the Police Photo-Enforcement Bureau, they have the ability to install new cameras under the existing contract. Staff is analyzing 2008 to 2010 crash data to determine the locations and approaches with the highest number of run-red crashes. The analysis should be ready by the week of June 6.

    If it was about safety, rather than throwing up cameras they would order traffic engineering studies at all of the “high crash rate” intersections to determine the cause of the crashes and evaluate ALL solutions. Instead, they see this as opportunity to bring in more revenue, rather than fixing intersection defects, such as light timing. While light timing may meed MINIMUM standards, it is probably not optimal for safety. The city would rather mail a ticket to someone after they cause a crash because of sub-optimal light timing than FIX the intersection and deprive the city of revenue.

    • photoradarscam says:

      This webpage discusses some of the engineering solutions that are alternatives to enforcement:

      By taking the approach of “where should we put cameras?” instead of “why are the intersections dangerous?” the council is claiming to know and understand the CAUSE of crashes without doing any in-depth studies or data beyond looking at crash numbers. Their approach is the one you would take if the aim was to generate revenue, we just need to call them on it.

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