Wallace Freeman 
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Re: “Red-light cameras work, study says; judge rules some tickets unconstitutional

The $cameras are legal in the sense that anyone can send anyone else a communication requesting money, but they are not legally enforceable. As more and more people find that out, more and more people refuse to respond to the $camera's requests for money and there's nothing the contracting jurisdiction can do about it except pay the money it contracted to pay to the $camera company for its 'services' in trying to $cam the citizens. This unanticipated cost eventually comes out of the contracting jurisdiction's budget even though it makes hollow threats to citizens who rightfully ignore them. Eventually budgets get cut, services eliminated and public employees laid off, but the $camera company always gets theirs.

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Posted by Wallace Freeman on 05/25/2012 at 4:59 PM

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