Thursday 11/05/09 9:00 AM, 205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, Arizona
Maricopa County Commissioners meeting.
On the agenda at this month’s Maricopa formal meeting of the
Board of Supervisors, among other things, was how the plundering class is going
to pilfer more money from the slaves now that the housing bubble orchestrated
by the Federal Reserve has collapsed.
Their goal: to raise fees for photo ticketing enforcement. The problem: the state has created a mandate for the county
to enforce. Unfortunately, the county does not receive any of the proceeds from
the fines that are assessed when alleged violators are found responsible-all the
money the county steals is passed through from the slave to the state. The county courts are ill-equipped to handle
the ever-growing caseload.
The State of Arizona and the camera manufacturer, Redflex,
stand to gain from the existing situation.
Commissioner Don Staply, recused himself stating that he had not had
time to consult with his attorney. Could it be that he, too, stands to gain
financially as a result of this measure passing? Left on the panel were Max Wilson, Fulton
Brock, and Mary Rose Wilcox.
Judge John Ore presented to the board the seriousness of the
situation for the county created by the State.
He said the workload is “monumental,” and they have been forced to hire
temporaries to process as many as 14,000 tickets per month just from one
section of highway near Bethany Home and Hwy. 51. At $181 per each verdict, that is two MILLION
five Hundred thirty four thousand dollars per month. And that’s just from one location! The combined take from over 400,000 photo
enforcement tickets since September is over 72 MILLION! Make no mistake, Maricopa County slaves are a
cushy income stream for the State.
Still, even this exorbitant amount is not enough to satisfy
the plundering class; they want MORE counterfeit bills, i.e., federal reserve notes!
Judge Ore reported that the court expends all of its regular resources
handling photo enforcement tickets, which is predicted to outstrip ALL OTHER
TICKETS COMBINED before the end of the year!
The Judge maintained that “justice” was not being served by this
situation since the court was unable to devote adequate resources to processing
other slave services such as processing forcible detainers, restraining orders,
liens, etc. The county is unable to
recover the costs imposed by the state; Talk about unfunded federal mandates:
now we have unfunded state mandates!
When a court administrator said, “If we do not pass the fees
the courts will grind to a halt,” there was a short round of applause from
slaves in opposition to the photo radar enforcement program and the fees
increase. Then the panel took comments
from the slaves in attendance. Many slaves
mentioned that the photo enforcement is unconstitutional or that the photo
enforcement is oppressive. One uppity slave,
Thomas Costanzo, expressed his outrage telling the panel that this increase is not
only theft, but also “mindbendingly evil,” and we should increase the fee to
$500 or even a $1000 so that it’s obvious to the braindead plundered class that
they are being fleeced.
At the completion of
comments, the overlords demonstrated blatant disregard for the slaves and their
plight by offering up patently disingenuous discussion to placate the masses
and perpetuate the illusion that the government has an interest in improving
slave conditions. It was evident that
Fulton Brock had already made up his mind to vote for the measure saying that
he wanted to protect public confidence in the courts. To her credit, Mary Rose
Wilcox asked if the county could
withhold $20.00 from the fine collected to compensate the county for the
additional caseload. She was informed
that under state law this would be impossible.
She lamented that she hoped the county lobbyist could correct this
problem. After more mindless discussion,
the panel passed the measure.
The commissioners should have done the right thing and not
approved the measure. This would have
forced the state to make revisions to
the law. In addition, it would bring needed
media attention to the insidious nature of the photo radar scam, which would
probably result in elimination of the statewide fleecing of the slaves. However, like all good mafia, the
commissioners voted to protect their godfathers and continue to steal from the
slaves to pay for their unfunded mandate.
Under the new measure, effective December 1st,2009 compliant slaves
will owe $181. However, uppity slaves
who contest the ticket and challenge the scam, when they lose, as 98% do, will in effect, be forced at gunpoint to pay $242.60: $181for the ticket, $40 for process service,
and $21.60 for the county service fee.
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