ATS Loses Traffic Camera Court Battle Against Redflex
Battle between two largest traffic camera companies ends with victory for the Australian firm.
Camera Fraud explains;
The court case, which Redflex actually won against American Traffic Solutions may have hurt the winner more than the loser. Karen Finley, CEO of Redflex was forced to admit under oath that her woefully incompetent multi-national corporation was operating in the United States for 11 years(’97 – ’08) with falsified FCC documents, which said the company’s radar equipment did not need to be certified. As you can guess, the equipment absolutely did need to be certified, which means Redflex was lying through their teeth for years in order to score contracts with cities.
These corporations demonstrate to us again and again that they will do anything to turn a buck, even putting our lives at stake by shortening the yellow lights but we are supposed to believe these things are for our safety and mail them a check every time they send us a ticket in the mail?
Apparently Oklahoma wants us not only to trust and obey some private company issuing photo enforcement tickets, they also want us to allow them to be our judge and jury!
. . .the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) is preparing to sign a contract with a company that will track all passing motorists with a network of at least 20 ALPR cameras. The devices would also generate additional revenues by issuing US$250 citations for expired insurance using the Oklahoma Compulsory Insurance Verification System (OCIVS) database. . .
The winning company would install, test, maintain and operate the cameras. It would mail tickets to vehicle owners. It would run a toll-free hotline and conduct hearings where motorists would contest camera tickets before a camera company employee instead of a judge.
Let me get this straight. You get a ticket from a scamera company and think it is in error. When you show up to contest it…..
We are living a nightmare!