“ I think the group is very useful -- they helped a lot in an incident with Star Valley ”
— Chuck S. on Nov 18, 2012.
“ This group advocates the most effective, comprehensive, and permanent solution in eliminating automated traffic citation cameras in this state. ”
— Kirk W. on Apr 1, 2012.
“ i love camera fraud ”
— spiritreike on Apr 1, 2012.
“ Other people should join in order to show solidarity in opposing the cameras even if they don't attend any of the meetups. ”
— Jason M. on Sep 1, 2011.
“ They/we are great bunch of people. ”
— Thane "Goldie" E. on Feb 24, 2011.
“ Excellent! ”
— Michael K. on Dec 8, 2010.
“ CameraFraud is giving the people the knowledge and the power to eliminate the fraudulent actions against the Citizens by the police, the contractor, and the so-called courts. ”
— Man-In-Black on Oct 27, 2010.
“ Remember when banks claimed that "our computer never makes mistakes", "when we eliminate cash we will eliminate all crime" and (best of all) "we need to put your Social Security Number on every document to make sure there is no fraud any more". Why do I not believe that the cameras will prevent all motor vehicle accidents? ”
— Mike W on Aug 25, 2010.
“ The cameras are coming down! ”
— Ross T on Aug 18, 2010.
“ The citizens of Arizona and of the United States need to wakeup and take notice of the erosion of their civil liberties. Camera Fraud is not a group of extremists who want to avoid traffic tickets; it is a group of hard working, law abiding, average citizens, the backbone of our state, and country, who have been pushed far enough! You want a reason to join this group? How about taking an active part in the governance of the place you live? Democracy is lost when good *men* and women do nothing. We all need to stand up and fight. These thieves have successfully set up a scheme which systematically robs our citizens with the cooperation of their own government. This needs to stop, and it needs to stop NOW!, and the only way to do that is for YOU, yes I said YOU, *over there with the TV remote*, to participate. Camera Fraud WANTS YOU! I dare you! Are you up to it? ;) ”
— Kandaris on Jul 21, 2010.
“ I met the same core group of demonstrators plus I met new camerafraud.com members that joined us who I hadn't seen at previous demonstrations. This is the most important part of being a member of camerafraud; being an active participant. It was easy getting signatures for the petitions because every time that I ask anyone for signatures, about 80-90% of the people sign up regardless of where I meet them. I still haven't met the 62% that ATS claims are in favor of photo radar cameras. You don't think that the people that took their survey lied do you? ”
— Dr J. on Jun 17, 2010.
“ To help gather as many signatures as we can so we don't fall short of our goal to end photo enforcement in Arizona. Time is running out folks so we need to pick up the pace as we enter into the final days to gather enough signatures before the deadline to turn them in arrives. Onward and upward to victory everyone. See you all out on the front lines. ”
— Bill G. on Jun 16, 2010.
“ We need to take back our ownership of our country and we also need help collecting signatures in order to place the cameras to public vote. Please help! You hate them as much as we do!!! ”
— Silvya & P. on Jun 15, 2010.
“ This is THE movement after the R3VOLution. Stop it now before it spreads like it did in the UK. Darned few like cameras watching, accusing, no defense -- just pay up. This is a fight that CAN be won. ”
— Powell G. on Jun 15, 2010.
“ It's fun! ”
— Natalie on Jun 3, 2010.
“ If you hate the cameras for whatever reason, and you want to do something about it, but you don't have money to donate to the cause, all you can do is collect signatures... but... you're too afraid or embarrassed to do it yourself, or you just don't know how. YOU ARE EXACTLY WHO THESE MEETUPS ARE FOR! All you have to do is show up, and someone will be there to help you out. To make it even easier, email the organizer of the event, and they will more than likely give you all the assistance you need. If you just go and give it a shot, you'll be surprised at how successful you can be at doing this. That success will motivate you to do more because YOU WILL ACTUALLY BE MAKING A DIFFERENCE WITH SOMETHING YOU CARE ABOUT! You'll also get a sense of civic pride as you participate in our democratic form of government. Again - if you want the cameras to go away, you need to get involved. These meetups are the easiest way to do it... Don't be afraid, just RSVP and go! ”
— Torric on May 26, 2010.
“ To stand up for yourself. Don&amp;amp;#039;t allow laws to be passed that the people did not vote on. The more people that join camera fraud.com the strong we will be. More politicians will take note. ”
— Jean on May 22, 2010.
“ This is the second best method to get the message out , the first of course being the procurement of the signatures! ”
— Elizabeth C. on May 21, 2010.
“ TO MAKE SOME CHANGES AROUND HERE!!!!! PEACE ALL, D ”
— dana e q. on May 6, 2010.
“ To support the cause of getting rid of PE and to stay informed. AND to inform citizens that have just received a violation in the mail to not roll over and pay OR to rat out the driver if it wasn't them! Stop the profits, stop the $cameras! ”
— gertie on May 2, 2010.
“ We are part of a movement to protect your constitutional rights. Whether you are opposed to the speed $cameras or not, you're freedoms are being trampled upon. Join us, and stand up Arizona! ”
— Brent on Mar 9, 2010.
“ When people stand up for what is right they are protecting Americas from losing their rights to the rich and powerful that love money rather than people. Camera Fraud is a kind of militia, but without guns, has a strong voice, a powerful influence for good. ”
— Stan on Mar 6, 2010.
“ We need to unite and organize in order to avoid being labeled criminals by a criminal heirarchy. If they want cash, let them work for it just like we do. All they do is implement the new programs and sit back and receive the benefits rolling in. We are not slaves. ”
— Rebek'ah on Feb 23, 2010.
“ it`s for good cause ”
— Pihua 7 u. on Feb 14, 2010.
“ To help get rid of photo radar and get Redflex out of AZ. ”
— Marni P. on Feb 6, 2010.
“ These cameras must come down, But UNTIL they do people must do what they can to avoid getting the tickets to make these companies loose money. Use every index you can to make that happen, the technology is there for private citizens to use to their advantage to drive by these "mobile ATMs" that rob the citizens of this state of hard earned cash. From my part of the state ( White Mountains) to the borders. ATS, REDFLEX must get the msg that the people will not, have not given up that these damn mobile robbers will be taken out of commission. But in order to do, demostrations must be done and law makers must be reached to make it happen. More cops on the road is better than a foregin compaines making money off of innocent citizens. With that said stand up for your rights and FIGHT AGAINST THE POLICE STATE. ”
— Mike9500i on Feb 6, 2010.
“ Stay informed on the issues and contribute if and when you can. It's OUR country and OUR choice going forward. ”
— Joe R. on Jan 6, 2010.
“ Because 24/7 video surveillance and not being able to confront your accuser in a court of law is unconstitutional and needs stopped immediately! ”
— Alma on Jan 5, 2010.
“ If you're tired of "robocop" tickets and want to see the cameras come down for good, this is the event to go to! ”
— Alan on Nov 1, 2009.
“ Because it's our responsibility to fight for our CONSTITUTIONAL rights to privacy and illegal SURVEILLENCE because where does it end; with a video camera in our homes? Bush would've loved that. We need to band together as citizens for a common cause. ”
— Paul Zarchin, L.M.T., H. on Sep 18, 2009.
“ Well run, worthwhile cause. ”
— Sandy J on Jun 10, 2009.
“ To help us win the fight against photo radar and be active in the community ”
— Christopher on Jun 10, 2009.
“ It is a Good Cause....Period. ”
— Christine K. on Mar 30, 2009.
“ We need all the support and help to ensure this gets on the 2010 ballot. Need to help spread the word and educate the public why this is so important. ”
— Lynn on Mar 6, 2009.
“ 2 reasons; 1)"Those who are willing to sacrifice Liberty for security deserve neither"-Ben Franklin 2) "When Law enforcement & the Judicary are used for revenue generation, Freedom & Liberty are tossed aside & forgotten!" David "Doc" Pratt-2008 ”
— Doc on Feb 15, 2009.
“ Wish I lived in Arizona to support all your efforts and functions. Spy cameras need to be made illegal any place outdoors. Surveillance in my opinion is just a synonym for stalking and invasion of privacy. Our 4th Amendment right protecting American citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures must be restored. The "Patriot" Act must be eliminated. ”
— NWO=OWN on Feb 10, 2009.
“ Stop Camera Fraud, stop the surveillance now! ”
— Jeanne and B. on Feb 7, 2009.
“ The speed cameras are not in place for our safety so don't kid yourself into thinking they are. Speed Cameras don't arrest reckless drivers or drunk drivers they only target people who are going a few miles over the speed limit which is ridiculous! If our local government is worried about our safety they need to put more DPS officers on the roads so they can stop the dangerous drivers that imperil our safety not take pictures of some drunk weaving in and out of traffic at break neck speeds! Personally, I haven't received any tickets, but I'm still not in favor of having my constitutional rights trampled on because our leaders mismanaged our money and are now trying to pick our pockets to pay for their mistakes and hiding behind the guise of keeping our roads safe! ”
— Ricki S. on Feb 3, 2009.
“ It was fun. Join up and meet others that share the same opinions. ”
— jim on Jan 23, 2009.
“ END THE CAMERAS!!! ”
— KaktusPete on Jan 23, 2009.
“ A very positive atmosphere at the event. Great people to talk to ”
— Tim M. w/Right Stuff P. on Jan 22, 2009.
“ A real get things done group. If you want to make a difference, you can do it here! ”
— Enough is E. on Jan 22, 2009.
“ anyone who wants 'change' and want to take back their freedoms needs to be involved. ”
— Sean S. on Jan 22, 2009.
“ IF YOU WANT REAL CHANGE YOU NEED TO GET INVOLVED...DON'T LET EVERYBODY ELSE DO IT FOR YOU, BE AN EXAMPLE TOWARDS YOUR FAMILY AND FELLOW AMERICANS, BE A LEADER NOT A FOLLOWER SO THINGS CAN CHANGE IN YOUR RED, WHITE, AND BLUE.... ”
— PAPA11 on Jan 22, 2009.
“ This is a group of concerned citizens, from every walk of life, who find common ground in protecting the very freedoms that make this society great. ”
— Ed O. on Jan 17, 2009.
“ I believe that if we allow our freedoms to be taken away from us by "ROBOTS" the slippery slope will get even steeper. The reason is that evil cowardly bureaucrats will hide behind these robots so they will not have to be held accountable for their dastardly actions. Once evil people discover a way to hide from the consequences of their evil actions, many more evil people will join in on the fun and our rights will begin to disappear at an alarmingly accelerated rate. ”
— Barry M. on Jan 17, 2009.
“ Speak out with us. If they take enough of us away no one will be left to speak out for YOU. ”
— Uncle S. on Jan 17, 2009.
“ The cameras need to come down! I wrote a brief editorial of why I think so: http://dustinsgunblog.blogspot.com/2009/01/az-get-rid-of-speed-cameras.html ”
— Dustin on Jan 16, 2009.
“ Great group of folks! ”
— ryanracer on Jan 16, 2009.
“ Democracy at work!! ”
— clyde c. on Jan 16, 2009.
“ We are [u]niting the people! ”
— 4409 on Jan 16, 2009.
“ I can't stress how important it is for us as citizens to take control of are lives we don't need daddy (government) holding are hand.How intrusive, cameras monitoring everything you do.Take England for example they have cameras on every corner and write tickets for the most outlandish things,and its not just traffic its for pedestrians also.How long before that comes to America? And next they will require cameras to be in your home "Just to make sure everyone is safe" but we all know these cameras are here to fleece us. ”
— MATT on Jan 12, 2009.
“ We need to get the word out about how photo enforcement has brought big brother here. ”
— James H. on Jan 10, 2009.
“ their is strength in numbers. ”
— justine on Dec 18, 2008.
“ I'd rather have one moron speeding by than 100 morons slamming on their brakes to 10 mph below the posted speed limits! ”
— TallGuy on Dec 2, 2008.
“ The Cameras Are Coming Down!!!!!!! The private companies that own and operate the cameras have an incentive to ticket as many drivers as possible to boost their profits. This has led to the shortening of yellow times, which makes intersections more dangerous. The cameras have been proven to malfunction frequently, and have falsely ticketed many people. Furthermore, the identity of the driver is not verified before the tickets are mailed, leaving registered owners with the burden to prove that they were not driving in many cases. ”
— djl1982 on Sep 18, 2008.