Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Speed scamera operator shot & killed

More of this please, millions say:

Man Killed While Operating Speed Enforcement Van As Backlash Against State Program Intensifies

Good riddance! Note dead guy's Mafia name.


Here's the Redflex 911 tape


Redflex 911 tape with BEST scene from TSCC, and why folks love soccer

TSCC BEST SCENE uncut: What He Beheld, Season 1, Episode 9 Finale
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIIFQ42s_tM



Too bad the patriot got caught by scumsucking police state death squads -- who are losing their jobs to robocops.

Note that Redflex exports 95% of ticket taxes to the foreign nation of Australia, and has paid $35-million in bribes to politicians in Arizona.

$500,000 Knoxville TN Redflex invoice paid to National Australia Bank

Since these radar/redlight scameras export 95% of ticket revenue to foreign corporations, there's no money left to run govt in USA. So cops are being replaced by private security firms making traffic stops, prosecutors stop prosecuting all non-violent crimes due to lack of funds, and municipal corporations are filing bankruptcy in fed courts.

Contra Costa crooks won't be prosecuted in California, due to budget restraints

Mafia mayor arrests city councilman for voting against traffic scameras

Since these radar/redlight scameras export 95% of ticket revenue to foreign corporations, there's no money left to run govt in USA. So cops are being replaced by private security firms making traffic stops, prosecutors stop prosecuting all non-violent crimes due to lack of funds, and municipal corporations are filing bankruptcy in fed courts.

"The photo-enforcement program was launched under former Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano."

This is why lesbians should be outlawed, or locked in loonybins. Or in this lezbo's case, arrested, convicted, and decapitated by guillotine for treason. Or hung by the neck until her head pops off. Or crucified on the Mexican border with vultures pecking her eyes out.

I would add that my uncle brags he was the first mayor in USA to contract Redflex redlight scameras, in Phoenix. Dont know if he's a Log Cabin Republican, but he deserves the same penalty for treason as anyone else. Paradise Valley AZ is no paradise for freedom or the Constitutions.


In Tennessee its the cops shooting the scameras

The Civil War is intensifyin...

As for traffic scamera tickets, pathological liars in the media mafia did an excellent job censoring the legal fact that nobody ever has to pay those tickets, for lack of personal service of process, and the best defense is to throw them in the trash and ignore them, according to lawyers, judges, cops and politicians.

Which is why Pirate News is so heavily censored.




Speed Camera Slay Fuels Debate In Arizona

Man Killed While Operating Speed Enforcement Van As Backlash Against State Program Intensifies


CBS/AP
April 27, 2009

PHOENIX, ARIZONA - The debate over the first statewide speed camera enforcement program in the nation has reached a boiling point following the fatal shooting of a camera operator.

Critics of Arizona's program condemned the killing but vow they'll continue to fight what they call unfair and overly intrusive government. Supporters of the program say camera opponents have inflamed the public, and that the speed cameras have made highways safer.

Doug Georgianni, 51, was killed on April 19, as he operated a speed-enforcement van on a Phoenix freeway. Thomas Patrick Destories, a 68-year-old Phoenix man, is being held in Maricopa County jail on a first-degree murder charge in the death. He has declined to comment.

According to court documents, Georgianni was sitting in the van when Destories allegedly pulled around the vehicle and fired multiple gunshots, reports CBS affiliate KPHO-TV in Phoenix.

Authorities haven't said what they believe the motive might be, but said the two men had never met. Many simply assume the killing was the latest and most extreme backlash against Arizona's photo-enforcement program.

Arizonans have used sticky notes, Silly String and even a pickax to sabotage the cameras since September when they began snapping photos of highway speeders driving 11 mph or more over the speed limit.

State lawmakers have proposed two bills to do away with the cameras, and three separate citizens groups are targeting them in initiatives for the 2010 ballot.

"The conversation on everyone's mind in Arizona is the photo radar killing. That's what everyone is talking about," said Shawn Dow, a volunteer with the citizens group CameraFRAUD.com.

CameraFRAUD.com is the largest and most organized of the groups going after the cameras. Its initiative would ban photo-enforcement cameras throughout Arizona, including those in the statewide program and those run by individual municipalities, such as red light cameras in Tempe.

Dow said the Arizona Department of Public Safety and camera operator RedFlex Traffic Systems Inc. put Georgianni in danger by having him in a marked law enforcement vehicle even though he was a civilian.

"They're putting these people in marked police vehicles that are civilians that have no training, no way to defend themselves," Dow said. "We should have trained police officers - cops, not cameras."

DPS spokesman Lt. James Warriner said the department is working with RedFlex to decide how the vans will operate in the future, and that they may be unmanned.

The speed vans were pulled from Arizona freeways Monday; fixed cameras are still operating.

Warriner said critics have blamed his agency for the killing "when all we're doing is administering a program that was mandated by state Legislature and the former governor.

"Because of (critics') vocalness, you could almost say they've led to this, too - because of their protests, the encouragement of people to strike out," he said.

Warriner said Georgianni's killing will not stop photo enforcement.

Karen Finley, president and chief executive officer of RedFlex, said in a statement that the company is being "deliberative and prudent" in its review of establishing criteria to redeploy mobile speed cameras. She declined to comment further.

Republican Rep. Sam Crump of Anthem, who is seeking to ban speed cameras on state highways, condemned Georgianni's killing.

"While we don't know at this time what the motives were for this senseless killing, many have understandably speculated that it was due to anger against the speed cameras," he said in a statement the day after the killing. "To the extent there is any truth to that, I call on all individuals to reduce the war of words on this topic. Whatever the motives for this crime were, there is absolutely no justification for such a heinous act."

The photo-enforcement program was launched under former Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano.

Civil violations are punishable by a fine and surcharges totaling $181. Through Jan. 31, 34,000 motorists had paid their tickets.

Tyler Bennett, a 23-year-old Glendale resident who recently got a photo radar ticket on a Phoenix-area freeway, said he's against the speed cameras but he was "dumbfounded" when he heard about the killing.

"That really kind of hit me, to be honest," he said. "It's kind of fun to dog on the whole photo radar thing, but this whole thing is completely different."

He said he doesn't think DPS, RedFlex or critics of photo enforcement are to blame - just the person who pulled the trigger.

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"How can I get the Captain to shoot a cop in the face, and make it right? That extra moment of sadism - that's the thing that says it's okay, buddy, you're not up to spec, you're going down!"
-Joss Whedon, Firefly DVD, censored Episode 1 "Serenity"
www.megavideo.com/?v=JVT35GR8






Fascist mayor arrests city councilman for voting against redlight scameras in city council - 95% of redlight camera tickets are for safely turning right on red after stop

Battle of Athens Tennessee 1946 - 500 citizens open fire and make citizens arrests of 300 crooked cops for bogus traffic tickets

75% of judges are not licensed lawyers - Since judges (prosecutors) in traffic court are not required to have a license to practice law, how can they require citizens to buy a license to travel?

Constitutional Right to Travel - Police officer Jack McLamb says you don't need a Communist driver's license internal passport extorted at gunpoint by police state death squads


Traffic cops replaced by robocops from Commie China

AmericanAutobahn.com - As seen at a LEGAL 212 mph on a public highway on History Channel


Driving 212 mph is statistically safer than 55 mph

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