Arizona's Photo Radar - Olivia Munn explores the debate between Arizona's highway safety and the invasion of privacy. (05:19)
Dear Editor: We here in Oregon have been fighting the powers that be for our rights to travel. In this process of research and investigating this issue for the past 15 years, we have documented proof of racketeering, perjury, criminal official misconRead Letter
Organizers of an initiative campaign to prohibit the use of cameras for traffic enforcement in Arizona have fallen short of collecting enough signatures. Tthey collected 120,000 voter signatures -- about 34,000 short of the number needed.
Los Angeles' red-light camera program was temporarily exempted Wednesday from the city's contracting boycott of Arizona prompted by that state's new immigration enforcement policy.
What do you call people who talk tough when it comes to a boycott over Arizona’s SB1070 but can’t seem to get enough of the stolen money they procure through automated ticketing? The entire Los Angeles City Council.
Republican Jay Tibshraeny of Chandler sponsored a Toll Road bill back in 2008 that was quietly passed, creating an Arizona Toll Road Authority that has been lying dormant ever since. Will Macquarie-Redflex goons find their way in to the AZ State
Brian McCrary found the perfect venue to gripe about a $90 speeding ticket when he went to the Bluff City Police Department’s website, saw that its domain name was about to expire, and bought it right out from under the city’s nose.
Lawyer Regina Quick, defending two clients from charges that they were photographed running red lights, subpoenaed five traffic cameras at the West Broad Street-Alps Road intersection to testify that her clients did indeed barge through on red.
American Traffic Solutions. [duh]
Redflex and DPS have never paid a lot of attention to the laws that regulate photo enforcement on our state’s highways, and that was evident again this week on the Westbound Loop 101 at Scottsdale Rd. CameraFraud has documented over 5 violations so f
Mike Renzulli points out that there is more than meets the eye to the Arizona DPS photo radar contract cancellation.
Because of photo radar, many people now will not answer their doors for strangers. With 30% of AZ households not returning mailed census forms, census workers will now have to visit those homes... but will anyone answer the door? And will the under-c
http://SCAMERAFRAUD.BLIP.TV -_- Red Flex CEO Karen Finley Accepts a Most Admired CEO Award from Phoenix Business Journal "Some controversy also was going on outside during the event, as a group called CameraFraud.com gathered at the entrance of the P
With DPS ending its contract with Redflex this summer, the cities will still keep photo radar. One inventor came up with the idea to create the GPS Angel that was tested by an AZ 3TV reporter.
Hour 1 - Shuya Ohno - Reform Immigration For America - Deputy Communications Director - National Immigration Forum / Hour 2 - Shawn Dow - Camera Fraud
[Phoenix, AZ] May 6th, 2010 - In reaction to the news that the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) will not renew their contract with Redflex Traffic Systems of Australia, to operate the state-wide freeway photo traffic enforcement system, a pr
Please join other activists for a demonstration Thursday to show the CEOs of Redflex and Taser some LOVE as they arrive at a Phoenix Business Journal event honoring them.
WHEN: Thursday, May 6th @ 4:30 PM
WHERE: PHOENICIAN RESORT, 6000 E C
On April 16, the surviving spouse and beneficiaries of Douglas Georgianni filed suit in Superior Court seeking unspecified damages in the shooting death of Douglas Georgianni. Douglas was shot almost a year earlier by Thomas Destories while working f
Photo Radar Trailer Malfunctions Caught on Video
A new type of speed cameras which can use satellites to measure average speed over long distances are being tested in Britain. The cameras, which combine number plate reading technology with a global positioning satellite receiver, are similar to
DPS and Redflex claim that the cameras have slowed traffic down and are “modifying driver behavior,” but if this were the case, why is a second camera needed less than a mile from the first? The only conclusion that can be drawn is that the DPS think
A new website takes aim at beleaguered Redflex Traffic Systems. The site provides a resource for government officials and citizens to quickly learn about one of the major contractors in photo enforcement.The site contains the information that they do
TEMPE, AZ -- The Easter bunny put in a lot of hard work here in the Valley over the past 24 hours.
So if you don't know by now.... It was all a joke!
After getting the 911 call and the Fact that DPS and RedFlex are denying the event even happened I really think it was real.
The recession may be claiming a new victim: the 5-10-mph "cushion" police and state troopers across the USA have routinely given motorists exceeding the speed limit. As cities and states scramble to fill budget gaps with revenue from traffic citation
Chandler Police chief Lies to City Council about 24/7 video recording...Welcome to Arizona, the surveillance state
Studies elsewhere have found that rear-end collisions, which tend to be less serious than broadside collisions caused by red-light violations, increase with photo enforcement because drivers make panic stops to avoid getting tickets. In Los Angele
Photo radar is fine if other undesirables are significantly reduced. Such as drug peddlers, prostitution, murders, robberies, etc. To just let the law enforcement to continue to draw a pay check unjustifiably, is not enough to support the camerRead Letter