Friday, August 29, 2008

Robot Photo Traffic Foe Arrested In Arizona

Scottsdale, AZ—I hate this bogus enforcement that involves government contractors netting speeders and red light runner’s cash into government treasuries. The purpose of robot cameras is not accident reduction or public safety but to generate revenue.

If you protest too loud you may get the treatment that Jason Shelton, 35 received in Scottsdale. That came with a criminal record he will carry for the rest of his life even if he’s acquitted of charges.

It’s a crime to annoy government robot photo contractors as they fleece motorists on our streets. Check this video out of a robot camera protest in action.

Here is a site dedicated to bringing down robot cameras.

1 comment:

Ed Skinner said...

The purpose of laws, the Police, the courts and prison is to impose the majority's goal of a reasonably safe environment in which to live.

I will certainly agree with you that legislators and city governments may give too much attention to the profitability of robotic systems for traffic law enforcement, it is also readily obvious to even the most casual observer that, when the signs say your speed is about to be measured, drivers do slow down.

In the absence of a sufficiently large enough Police force to enforce these laws, I will support RoboCop with a Brownie.