ATS Issues Press Release To Explain Why Their Products Don’t Work

ATS, one of the nations leading provider of automated ticketing machines recently issued a press release explaining why their cameras can have no effect on most accidents. The press release explains that 58% of red light runners were distracted (including cell phone use, looking away, eyes closed, smoking, eating/drinking, reading, and applying make-up) while running […]

Red Light Cameras, Drones and Surveillance: Fleecing the Taxpayer in the Age of Petty Tyrannies

Another great editorial about cameras, re-posted here without permission from Canada Free Press: We labor today under the weight of countless tyrannies, large and small, carried out in the name of the national good by an elite class of government officials who are largely insulated from the ill effects of their actions. We, the middling […]

Why you should care about red-light cameras

Sorry about the lack of posts lately. The website if pretty much up to date with all recent stories. I’ve decided to re-print this opinion piece as it is really well written by Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon. The original post can be found here. Why you should care about red-light cameras: Opinion More people approach me […]

El Mirage Up to More Tricks

A little late, but still worth a comment… The Phoenix New Times has an excellent article about the shenanigans going on over in El Mirage. A few miles of highway known as US60 runs through El Mirage, and last year El Mirage decided to cash in on it by installing speed cameras. The problem is […]

Redflex Doesn’t Know If Their Cameras Are Working

A new article by TimesNews.Net sheds light and provides proof on a critical aspect of automated enforcement that we’ve critiqued here for years: No one knows if the equipment is working properly at the time of your citation. Yet everyday in faux traffic hearings across the country, officers and Redflex employees testify that the equipment […]

A Logical Discussion on Red Light Cameras

I’m reprinting this terrific letter which appeared recently in the Dothan Eagle as it is a very well written and well though out piece on why photo enforcement should be banned: An unjust law cannot be made just because others are doing the same or simply saying “It is the law.” The burden of proof […]

The Chicago Cash Camera Scam: Profit The Clear Motive

Recently, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced plans to install up to 1800 speed cameras across the city in order to improve safety for children. But as is common with Chicago politics, the whole thing stinks of corruption and dishonesty. Here’s a recap: Out of the blue, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announces a sudden and immediate need […]

Denver Police Conveniently Provide Incorrect Revenue Data to 9News

Several months ago 9News did a report on the infamous Denver Red Light Automated Ticketing Program. This program is particularly famous because the city issues photo tickets even if you stop at a red light! That’s right, if a driver doesn’t stop before a specific line on the pavement but they do stop before entering […]

Man Successfully Avoids Paying $13k in Photo Fines, Issues Guide

Last week The Advertiser featured an article about Mark Henderson of Lafayette, LA who intentionally racked up over $13,000 in photo ticket fines. He discovered that the tickets had no teeth, and he passes along his information for avoiding tickets. Unfortunately, this only applies to Lafayette, LA. Part or all of this may apply to […]

Saint Pete Covers Timers to Boost Red Light Camera Revenue

This video reveals the true motive behind the Saint Pete Red Light Camera program. As always, they claim it’s about safety but there is no reasonable explanation for covering the timers.