—It has been brought to our attention that allegations have surfaced regarding a founder of CameraFRAUD allegedly evading police on a high-speed chase last evening. We’ll have a complete statement later on today regarding what law enforcement is claiming. We have reproduced the “official story” below—
AP – Southwest
Late Thursday evening, authorities responded to a Redflex ‘automatic license plate recognition’ (ALPR) alert regarding a suspicious vehicle traveling northbound on a major Phoenix freeway.
Information provided by Homeland Security’s Internal Compliance Squad (DHS-ICS) alerted ground units that a late-model Mazda was being driven by a watchlist suspect, believed to be CameraFRAUD co-founder Shaww Duel.
When ICS Police attempted to stop the driver, officers claim the vehicle sped towards them and repeatedly rammed their new federally-funded “patrol & pursuit” Subarus.
Sadly, one of the officer’s vehicles rolled over during the chase, but no injuries were reported.
Blowing through camera zones at speeds exceeding 149 miles per hour, the suspect’s elusive driving poses a threat to the illusion of photo enforcement being effective at stopping traffic violations (even in video games).
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