Press Release: CameraFRAUD.com Slams Redflex over Extreme DUI

September 9, 2008

CameraFRAUD.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
9/9/08

CameraFRAUD.com, the leading Arizona-based group advocating the removal of automated traffic enforcement systems, has issued the following statement in response to news that a Redflex driver was
arrested for extreme DUI on Saturday, Sep 6.

“Our rallying cry is that cameras can’t catch drunks,” said a CameraFRAUD volunteer. “Now, we’re finding out that Redflex is actually providing the drunks and giving them the keys to
vehicles that look identical to real law enforcement vehicles. It’s the ultimate insult to the real men and women of local law enforcement.”

ACTION ALERT: Call Redflex CEO Karen Finley at (623) 207-2000 (press “0″ at auto-answer prompt) and tell her drunk driving on OUR streets is unacceptable!


Breaking News: Redflex Van Driver Arrested for DUI

September 9, 2008

From AZCentral.com:

SCOTTSDALE – Police arrested the driver of a Redflex photo radar van on suspicion of DUI.

Roderick M. Ruffin, 53, had a blood alcohol content over 0.15 on Saturday while he was driving to Tempe to set up the van, police and company officials said. The legal limit is 0.08, and Ruffin’s blood alcohol level is considered an extreme DUI.

The motorist, in a tape of a 911 call, described the van to a dispatcher.

“On the back of it, it says photo enforcement vehicle on the back and the guy is deuced,” the caller said.

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ACTION ALERT: Call Redflex CEO Karen Finley at (623) 207-2000 (press “0” at auto-answer prompt) and tell her drunk driving on OUR streets is unacceptable!


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