WarOnDriving.com: Michael “Big Brother” Bloomberg Blasted in Media, Online

August 25, 2011

When you declare war on motorists’ rights in your city, you’d better be ready to reap the whirlwind. Michael Bloomberg’s ridiculous statements about wanting “a camera on every street corner” are not earning him any praise in the news media.

When you declare war on motorists’ rights in your city, you’d better be ready to reap the whirlwind. Michael Bloomberg’s ridiculous statements about wanting “a camera on every street corner” are not earning him any praise in the news media.

If he continues to push this agenda, don’t be surprised to see the New York based parent company of his city’s red light camera provider, Xerox, face a major boycott of their products and services.

Last year, Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services, or ACS, for $6.4 Billion. ACS is the sole provider of red light cameras in New York City.

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CameraFRAUD.com Receives National Exposure

September 11, 2008

CameraFRAUD.com has received additional national exposure after the arrest of a drunk Redflex van operator:

MSNBC

ABC 15  (Associated Press)

NewsNet5 (Akron / Canton, OH)


CameraFRAUD.com Success: Media BLITZ!

August 22, 2008

ACTION ALERT!
We got their attention. Now, we need your help to get this in the national media. Please take a moment to send these links to your favorite publications. Some suggestions include DRUDGE Report, CNN, and USA Today. Enjoy!

UPDATE, SAT Aug 23 2:11PM: We’re getting some national coverage. See “new” links below:

KTVK-TV 3: VIDEO: “Many protest radar in Scottsdale”

KTVK-TV 3: 9PM (More extensive follow up video)

(NEW!) MSNBC.com has picked up the Tribune article

AZCentral: Speed camera protesters say “Honk for Privacy”

East Valley Trib: Protestors bash photo radar at protest

KTAR 92.3FM’s coverage (ran promos for this story all day)

KNXV-TV ABC 15 – People in Scottsdale Protest Photo Radar

The Arizona Republic featured us in their Saturday print edition (see “Valley and State”)

The East Valley Tribune also featured us in their Saturday print edition.

Photo.BLORGE (Australia) has picked up the story

(NEW!) Phoenix New Times mentioned CameraFRAUD, linking to the KTAR story

KPHO 5 or KPNX 12 were also present, (waiting on footage)

(Even Cat Galaxy Media was present, a special-interest “Cat-talk” net radio station. )

If you attended, please post a reply to this message about your experience today!


State’s photo radar vans back citing speeders

August 17, 2008

From http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/story/123214:

In a letter earlier this month to DPS, Redflex President Karen Finley offered to refund any fines paid on citations issued by the two units using the noncertified radar guns – but only if DPS asked. Warriner said about 4,800 citations were issued since the units went on the road in November.

But Finley argued, and DPS agreed, that’s not necessary. In her letter to DPS, Finley said using uncertified radar guns was an “honest mistake.”

Honest mistake? Oh, like driving 46 in a 35 and getting snapped by a private contractor’s photo scam van? That’s an honest mistake. Issuing citations using uncalibrated, uncertified equipment is illegal and fraudulent.

But why are we surprised? DPS is clearly sending a message, and that message is: “There’s no law we won’t break to enforce the law!”


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