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212mph on a public highway in the rain at midnight is perfectly legal and statistically safer than driving 55mph on US Interstates

"Will there ever be a rural American interstate with no speed limit? The answer is abolutely yes. Or it could be absolutely no, depending on what direction we choose to take as a nation. When it comes down to the options before us. Only three possibilities remain: The first is to do nothing, maintaining a status quo that all but guarantees that 40,000 people will die this year and every year afterwards. The second is to make a true commitment to the Slow-is-Always-Safer credo by allowing safety experts and Washington bureaucrats to determine what constitutes a slow enough, 'safe' speed, and then enforcing this limit by retrofitting every vehicle on the road with mandatory speed governors.... The third, and final, option is to work to minimize the accident risk of higher-speed driving and to integrate this Fast-and-Safe philosophy into our highway safety network."
—Mark Rask, AMERICAN AUTOBAHN, Chapter 10, page 263, as seen at a LEGAL 212mph on a public highway on History Channel TV

"For decades, speed was the subject of the most widespread slogans drummed into the public. 'Speed kills' and 'slow down and live' are familiar ones peddled by the National Safety Council. The findings showed a more complex picture of the role of speed than had ever been assumed before. Accident involvement rates are at a minimum at speeds between fifty and seventy five miles per hour. Although obviously the severity of accidents is greater at higher speeds, the study revealed that considering accident frequency rates and severity, the number of injuries per vehicle miles traveled is at its minimum [up to six times lower]. The law embodies an invincible rationale: 'He had an accident; therefore he violated the law.' No distinction is made between responsibility for the accident and responsibility for the injury due to unsafe vehicle design or construction. Manslaughter charges are filed routinely against drivers; there is yet to be recorded any similar charges against the manufacturers for vehicle defects. A typical police traffic accident report has a list of 'contributing circumstances' which the officer is to check off: 'Speed too fast; failed to yield right of way; drove left of center; improper overtaking; passed stop sign; ran traffic signal; improper lights; had been drinking; and other improper driving.' Thus the driver is heir to all the dangers created by the automobile designers, not only in terms of bodily injury but also in terms of legal exposure. The result of this drastic imbalance in the law is the very poor quality of accident investigation in this country. Consequently, enforcement of the law brings no pressure on the car makers to increase the safety of their vehicles."
—Ralph Nader, attorney at law, Independent presidential candidate 2008, Reform Party presidential candidate 2004, Green Party presidential candidate 2000, who forced Chevrolet to install proper independent rear suspension on Corvettes and anti-roll bars on Corvairs and all other vehicles, Unsafe at any Speed, the Designed-In Dangers of the American Automobile, quoting David Soloman in "Accidents on Main Rural Highways Related to Speed, Driver and Vehicle", US Federal Highway Administration (FHwA), 1964

"In 1995 the Republican Congress repealed the 55-mile-per-hour federal speed limit law. At the time, the highway safety lobby and consumer advocacy groups made apocalyptic predictions about 6,400 increased deaths and a million additional injuries if posted speed limits were raised. But almost all measures of highway safety show improvement, not more deaths and injuries since 1995. Despite the fact that 33 states raised their speed limits immediately after the repeal of the mandatory federal speed limit, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported last October that 'the traffic death rate dropped to a record low level in 1997.' Moreover, the average fatality rate even fell in the states that raised their speed limits. Higher speed limits have not caused one million more auto injuries. In fact, in 1997 there were 66,000 fewer road injuries than in 1995, the year before the speed limits were raised. The injury rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled fell to its lowest level ever recorded in 1997. If the injury rate on the roads had been as high in 1997 as it had been in 1995, approximately 17,000 more Americans would have been injured on the roads. All of the evidence thus far indicates that Americans have not responded to higher speed limits by converting the highways into stretches of the Indianapolis 500. Any loss of life has been very minimal—and at most a tiny fraction of what had been predicted by the safety lobby. Meanwhile, Americans have saved some 200 million manhours in terms of less time spent on the road. The net economic benefit of raising the speed limit has been between $2 and $3 billion a year. It turns out that the 6,400-deaths estimate had never been based on sound science. 'That figure was a myth from the start,' says James Baxter of the National Motorists Association. 'Advocates of 55 simply ignored all contrary evidence on speed limits and safety.'"
—Stephen Moore, Cato Institute, Speed Doesn’t Kill: The Repeal of the 55-MPH Speed Limit, May 31, 1999

Speed Ticket Scam

Traffic Crimes vs. Civil Contracts

"There is no speed limit on the Autobahn. Before pulling into the left lane to pass, check the rear view mirror very carefully as far back as you can see. Cars traveling at 160-180 km per hour approach suddenly, so when passing (überholen), do so quickly and then quickly return to the right lane. WARNING: Do NOT admit any guilt. Do NOT sign anything unless you know exactly what you are signing."
-US Embassy in Germany

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free... it expects what never was and never will be."
—President Thomas Jefferson

verbicide Etymology: Latin verbum word + English -cide Date: 1858 1 : deliberate distortion of the sense of a word (as in punning) 2 : one who distorts the sense of a word
—Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Edited by webmaster John Lee

A "speeding ticket" is all that stands between America and Autobahn. Most drivers presume that government police and courts actually have The Law on their side. Most drivers presume that once you get a ticket, it's a done deal, since you were caught "Red-handed". Your entire strategy is to "plead guilty" to a misdemeanor crime, and "pay the ticket". Not much fun. Then you invest money on a "radar detector", CB radio or other electronic countermeasures (ECM). Annoying beeps can cause heart attacks. Maybe you grovel and beg your way out of some tickets. Depressing. Or, you simply give up and slow down, at least for a while. Not. You eventually get another ticket for "speeding". Etc. Maybe you get lots of tickets, especially if you're a professional driver, or fortunate enough to survive decades on the Demolition Derby Highway, in the modern version of Roman gladiator games on Circus Maximus.

What if:

  • Speeding tickets are a scam?
  • Speeding tickets are literally "frivolous lawsuits"?
  • It's impossible to plead "guilty" or "not guilty" to a speeding ticket?
  • Traffic courts intentionally lie about which Rules of Procedure to use, Criminal or Civil? Like trying to play softball against a pro football team and its refs....
  • Because of this "bait and switch" by traffic court, you're virtually considered "guilty until proven innocent," and constitutional rights don't apply?
  • You can sue the government for legal fees when you win in court?
  • A Homestead Exemption protects you from paying speeding tickets - even if found "guilty"?
  • You can lawfully countersue the government and police for every speeding ticket?
  • There's a "secret Satanic sign" you can show the judge to automatically win many cases without a fight?
  • You can volunteer for an official US government List that grants you virtual immunity from prosecution for speeding tickets?
  • American Autobahn is already REALITY?

How Any Idiot Can Beat A RADAR Speeding Ticket


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Page 4: Speed Ticket Scam - Traffic "Crimes" vs. Civil Contracts

Page 5: Policing the Police State - Why I don't pay speeding tickets anymore

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  • How Any Idiot Can Beat A RADAR Speeding Ticket
  • Speed Law 101: Pro Se Art of Self Defense
  • Top Secret Rules of Procedure in Traffic Court
  • Anti-Patriot Acts versus Patriotic Quotes
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Screenshot of police in-car video proving GPS tracking as prelude to GPS taxation by the mile and GPS speeding tickets by mail - Blounty County Sheriff Dept deputy driving 61mph in a 30mph zone without emergency lights nor siren turned on is a criminal violation of Tennessee Code §55-8-108 and 5 other criminal misdemeanors - This high-speed "chase" of a 30mph vehicle lasted an entire 15 seconds. Case dismissed with court costs paid by the State


Amerikan slaves bend over for New World Odor

"Big Brother will be watching you for sure by 2008 -- the year a proposed requirement that Event Data Recorders (EDRs) become mandatory standard equipment in all new cars and trucks will become law unless public outrage puts the kibosh on it somehow. EDRs are "black boxes" -- just like airplanes have. They can record a wide variety of things -- including how fast you drive and whether you "buckle-up for safety." The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants EDRs to be installed in every new vehicle beginning with model year 2008 -- on the theory that the information will help crash investigators more accurately determine the hows and whys of accidents. But EDRs could -- and likely will be -- used for other purposes as well. Tied into GPS navigation computers, EDRs could give interested parties the ability to take automated ticketing to the next level. Since the data recorders can continuously monitor most of the operating parameters of a vehicle as it travels -- and the GPS unit can precisely locate the vehicle in "real time," wherever it happens to be at any given moment -- any and all incidents of "speeding" could be immediately detected and a piece of paying paper issued to the offender faster than he could tap the brake. That's even if he knew he was in the crosshairs, which of course he wouldn't. Probably they'll just erect an electronic debiting system of some sort that ties directly into your checking account -- since the paperwork could not keep up with the massive uptick in fines that would be generated. If you think this is just a dark-minded paranoiac vision, think again. Rental car companies have already deployed a very similar system of onboard electronic monitoring to identify customers who dare to drive faster than the posted limit -- and automatically tap them with a "surcharge" for their scofflaw ways. While this inventive form of "revenue enhancement" was challenged and subsequently batted down by the courts, the technology continues to be honed -- and quietly put into service. Already, 15-20 percent of all the cars and trucks in service have EDRs; most of these are General Motors vehicles. GM has been installing "black boxes" in its new cars and trucks since about 1996 as part of the Supplemental Restraint (air bag) system. Within a few years, as many as 90 percent of all new motor vehicles will be equipped with EDRs, according to government estimates -- whether the requirement NHTSA is pushing actually becomes law or not. The automakers are just as eager to keep tabs on us as the government -- in part to keep the shyster lawyers who have been so successfully digging into their deep pockets at bay. EDRs would provide irrefutable evidence of high-speed driving, for example -- or make it impossible for a person injured in a crash to deny he wasn't wearing a seat belt. Insurance companies will launch "safety" campaigns urging that "we use available technology" to identify "unsafe" drivers -- and who will be able to argue against that? Everyone knows that speeding is against the law -- and if you aren't breaking the law, what have you got to worry about? It's all for our own good. But if you get edgy thinking about the government -- and our friends in corporate America -- being able to monitor where we go and how we go whenever they feel like checking in on us, take the time to write a "Thanks, but no thanks" letter to NHTSA."
-Eric Peters, AOL Autos, "Who’s Watching?" August 22, 2006

"Trust federal bureaucrats to take a good idea and transform it into a frightening proposal to track Americans wherever they drive. The U.S. Department of Transportation has been handing millions of dollars to state governments for GPS-tracking pilot projects designed to track vehicles wherever they go. So far, Washington state and Oregon have received fat federal checks to figure out how to levy these 'mileage-based road user fees.' These 'road user fee' systems are being designed and built in a way that strips drivers of their privacy and invites constant surveillance by police, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. A small GPS device, which knows its location by receiving satellite signals, is placed inside the vehicle. Some GPS trackers constantly communicate their location back to the state DMV, while others record the location information for later retrieval. In the Oregon pilot project, it's beamed out wirelessly when the driver pulls into a gas station. Even more shocking are additional ideas that bureaucrats are hatching. A report prepared by a Transportation Department-funded program in Washington state says the GPS bugs must be made 'tamper proof' and the vehicle should be disabled if the bugs are disconnected. 'This can be achieved by building in connections to the vehicle ignition circuit so that failure to receive a moving GPS signal after some default period of vehicle operation indicates attempts to defeat the GPS antenna,' the report says. It doesn't mention the worrisome scenario of someone driving a vehicle with a broken GPS bug--and an engine that suddenly quits half an hour later. One study prepared for the Transportation Department predicts a PR success. 'Less than 7 percent of the respondents expressed concerns about recording their vehicle's movements,' it says. That whiff of victory, coupled with a windfall of new GPS-enabled tax dollars, has emboldened DMV bureaucrats. A proposal from the Oregon DMV, also funded by the Transportation Department, says that such a tracking system should be mandatory for all "newly purchased vehicles and newly registered vehicles."
-Declan McCullagh, CNET News, "E-tracking, coming to a DMV near you - No policy bans police from automatically sending out speeding tickets based on what the GPS data say," December 5, 2005

"Government control of Communications and Transportation."
-Communist Manifesto, 6th Plank, written by Jew Karl Marx in London, England

"You will be happy to learn that the former head of the KGB (the secret police of the former Soviet Union), General Yevgeni Primakov, has been hired as a consultant by the US Department of Homeland Security."
-Al Martin,, Behind the Scenes in the Beltway, "Get Ready for the USSA (The United Soviet States of America)," March 17, 2003 (George Bush Junior's director of US Dept of Homeland Security is Jew Michael Chertoff, born in Communist Czechoslovakia, who was a defense lawyer for "Arab" terrorists, who is a CURRENT CITIZEN OF ISRAEL, the racist nation which is under perpetual martial law with military attacks on its own enslaved citizens, when 200 Israeli Mossad terrorist spies were arrested in USA then released without trial, who orders immunity from arrest for 30-million criminal aliens in USA today, and orders wide-open US borders to invite another 70-million criminal aliens into USA, and who declares every US citizen a "terrorist" by classifying normal human activities as victimless "crimes", and every "crime" is now reclassified as "terrorism", with summary execution without trial.)

"In your lifetime most existing roads will have tolls."
-Texas Transportation Commissioner Ric Williamson, October 11, 2004,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"It opens the door to open-ended new taxation that will amount to the largest tax increase in Texas History."
-Lyle Larson, Bexar County Commissioner,, "King of Spain seizes all Texas streets and highways for GPS toll road taxation-by-the-mile," 2005

"It's either toll roads, slow roads or no roads."
-Texas Transportation Commissioner Ric Williamson, May 2004,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"If there is no access to the small towns, it will change the face of the state."
-Mayor Will Lowrance, Hillsboro, Texas,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"It's going to kill little towns."
-Judge Frances Truchard, Colorado County Texas,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"It's a terrifying nightmare. I'm scared to death of this."
-Bill Durst, Inspector, Fayette County Texas,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"With a right-of-way approximately 1,200-feet-wide, the proposed corridor could change the face of agriculture in Texas forever as it swallows up thousands of production acres of farmland."
-Juliet Briskin, Country World News, "Proposed corridor will affect Texas agriculture, November 4, 2004,, "King of Spain awarded $3.85/gallon gasoline tax in Texas USA - 1,000% tax increase - current gasoline tax is 38-cents/gallon," (NAFTA/SHAFTA) December 2005

"From 2006 Britain will be the first country where every journey by every car will be monitored. Britain is to become the first country in the world where the movements of all vehicles on the roads are recorded. A new national surveillance system will hold the records for at least two years. Using a network of cameras that can automatically read every passing number plate, the plan is to build a huge database of vehicle movements so that the police and security services can analyse any journey a driver has made over several years. The network will incorporate thousands of existing CCTV cameras which are being converted to read number plates automatically night and day to provide 24/7 coverage of all motorways and main roads, as well as towns, cities, ports and petrol-station forecourts. By next March a central database installed alongside the Police National Computer in Hendon, north London, will store the details of 35 million number-plate "reads" per day. These will include time, date and precise location, with camera sites monitored by global positioning satellites. Already there are plans to extend the database by increasing the storage period to five years and by linking thousands of additional cameras so that details of up to 100 million number plates can be fed each day into the central databank. The scheme is being orchestrated by the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) and has the full backing of ministers who have sanctioned the spending of £24m this year on equipment."
-Steve Connor, London Independent, "Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey," 22 December 2005

"Speed limiters could be fitted to cars in London under radical plans backed by the Mayor. The electronic under-bonnet 'spy' would make it impossible to exceed legal limits over the entire capital. The satellite-controlled black box would "know" the maximum permitted speed at all points along a car's journey and prevent motorists from going too fast by limiting the response from the accelerator. The tough new measure, in Transport for London's Draft Road Safety Action Plan, was unveiled at the Pan-London Road Safety Forum today. The plan calls for speed limiters be fitted initially to public service vehicles such as buses and taxis. This would dramatically reduce average speeds across the capital by forcing other vehicles to fall in line. However, experts at Transport for London's Road Safety Unit also want motorists to be encouraged to fit the limiters through incentive schemes. Motorists can take their cars to a garage to have the limiter fitted for less than £150 [$250]. In return, they would be offered cheaper insurance because they would be deemed a lower risk. But experts believe the scheme could become mandatory and all motorists would have to pay to have their cars fitted with the device. In a statement today, Mayor Ken Livingstone confirmed his support for the scheme. He said: 'The use of speed limiters could save many lives in London. We must, however, ensure it is safe and the right solution for London.' Speed limiters are already fitted to some new cars voluntarily by manufacturers but must be set by the driver. Today the AA warned that motorists would resist losing control over their cars. 'Drivers do not want to lose control taken altogether,' said the AA's Paul Watters, head of roads and transport policy. However, Jenny Jones, London Assembly Green Party spokeswoman, said: 'We have to find a way of stopping speed-related injuries and deaths in London. If this technology works as well as we think it will, we have a duty to act quickly to stop the destruction of people's lives.' The Mayor and Transport for London will now consider the proposals in detail. Ministers are also looking for experts to compile a powerful digital 'map' containing details of every speed limit in Britain."
-London Evening Standard, "'Spy' under bonnet could stop speeding," September 23, 2004

"Transport Canada is road-testing cutting-edge devices that use global positioning satellite technology and a digital speed-limit map to know when a driver is speeding, and to try to make them stop. When a driver hits a certain percentage above the posted speed limit, the device kicks in and makes it difficult to press the accelerator. While the idea appeals to some road-safety experts, even the researcher in charge of the project admits many drivers -- some of whom have shown fierce resistance to photo-radar and red-light cameras -- may balk at the science-fiction scenario of a machine forcing them to apply the brakes."
-Knox News, "Big Brother Devices Cut Off Speeders," November 30 2005

"The Missouri Department of Transportation will spend $3-million annually on a program to monitor the movements of individuals on highways via their cell phones -- without their knowledge or consent. The technology doesn't use GPS, instead, it takes the signals that wireless phones send to towers and follows the movement of the phones from one tower to another. That information is laid over highway maps to draw a grid of where phones are and how fast they're moving. In what would be the largest project of its kind, the Missouri Department of Transportation is negotiating with private contractors to monitor thousands of cell phones, using their movements to produce real-time traffic conditions on 5,500 miles of roads statewide. Privacy advocates are concerned about a technology that can track people. But transportation and technology leaders say the data gathered will remain anonymous. A pilot program in Baltimore only tracks Cingular cell phones on 1,000 miles of road. AirSage Inc. has contracted with Sprint to spy on motorists in Norfolk, Virginia and Atlanta and Macon, Georgia. But the Missouri project is by far the most aggressive - tracking wireless phones across a whole state, including in rural areas with lower traffic counts, and doing so for the explicit purpose of relaying the information to other travelers."
-Denise Royal, All Headline News, "Missouri to Spy on Drivers Through Cell Phones," October 8, 2005

"Knoxville City Council approved a contract Tuesday that will allow a private company to operate automated traffic enforcement cameras at intersections. The 6-3 vote came after extensive discussion about the proposed system's effectiveness, how best to distribute police resources and the wisdom of using a private corporation to help catch traffic violators. Once the system is implemented by Redflex Traffic Systems, the footage collected by the cameras will be reviewed by Knoxville Police Department officers who will make a determination as to whether citations will be issued, according to KPD officials. The three council members who opposed the measure, Joe Bailey, Steve Hall and Joe Hultquist, voiced concerns over a lack of conclusive data from other cities with Arizona-based Redflex contracts about the system's effectiveness. 'Where's the proof, where's the evidence?' Bailey asked. 'There's just so many unanswered questions.' Joe Bryson, however, described the proposal as 'the wrong thing at the wrong time' and said that many studies have shown that traffic crashes, injuries and insurance premiums have gone up in cities that adopted the Redflex system. 'Redflex is a troubled company hoping to make a quick buck here,' he said. Greg 'Lumpy' Lambert said the proposal was essentially a way 'to make a multinational corporation some money. It's not a good idea to turn over law enforcement authority to private companies,' he said."
-J.J. Stambaugh, Knoxville News-Sentinel, "Traffic cameras are a go - Council OKs pact to allow private firm to operate devices," November 9, 2005

"Redflex Holdings Group has established itself as a world leader in traffic management, road safety, defence, transport, security and communications products. Redflex Holdings consists of two distinct but complementary companies; Redflex Communications Systems and Redflex Traffic Systems. The Group is based in South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Redflex Proprietary violation processing system provides cities with a full services citation management system, that provides fully web-based capabilities for citation viewing, authorization, issuance and tracking. Redflex processes millions of citations annually using our robust processing system. Providing both fixed and mobile speed enforcement solutions, Redflex has enabled communities across five states and abroad the ability to effectively and consistently enforceme speed limits on freeways, in construction zones, in neighborhoods and in school zones. As the innovator in Speed Enforcement, Redflex is pleased to announce the first deployment of a digital mid-block Speed System in the City of Scottsdale Arizona. An in-house team of more than 135 professional engineers is supported by experienced managerial, financial and administrative personnel. Redflex Holdings employs more than 270 people in Australia and the USA, with offices and representatives located throughout the world. Redflex Holdings Ltd was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in January 1997."
-REDflex Holdings Group, AUSTRALIA ("REDflex" as in RED Communism!)

"Using highly accurate in-ground or radar speed measurement technologies, REDFLEXred and REDFLEXspeed fixed site systems provide enforcement of both red light and speed violations during the red signal phase. During the amber and green signal phases, the systems act as 24 hour unmanned speed cameras, capturing speed violations, with evidentially supportive video clips. REDFLEXspeed camera systems provide 24hr fixed site speed enforcement or can be installed as mobile systems in law enforcement vehicles or on a tripod at the roadside. REDFLEXtoll photo enforcement systems for toll violation enforcement applications are designed to integrate with Redflex processing systems or the customer's own systems. SMARTCAm's leading edge technology, combined with sophisticated image caching and OCR technologies, ensures that REDFLEXtoll meets all the requirements of free-flow toll operations.", REDflex Traffic Systems

"An Arizona-based [sic] company is due to receive the bulk of any revenues collected from its automated traffic enforcement cameras, according to the terms of its proposed contract with the city of Knoxville. The three-year agreement with Redflex Traffic Systems, scheduled for City Council members' consideration Tuesday, does specify that all camera-captured driving violations will be verified at the Knoxville Police Department's 'sole discretion.' Beyond that, however, the city should have little responsibility other than collecting its share of each $50 ticket. Redflex, which will retain ownership of all the equipment, would handle all operations and maintenance of the digital camera system at 15 city intersections. Under the contract terms, Redflex would receive 85 percent of all revenue generated each month, up to $4, 500 from each intersection. Any more monthly revenues from a particular site would be split 50-50 between the vendor and the city. Redflex, which was chosen by a city-appointed committee from among six companies' proposals, also would be entitled to 20 percent of all late fees received for delinquent fines. The selection committee members included KPD Deputy Chief Don Green, city traffic signal engineer Ernie Pierce, City Council member Marilyn Roddy, and Jim York, the city's deputy finance director. According to the company's Web site, Redflex is the largest provider of digital photo enforcement services in North America."
-Hayes Kickman, Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tennessee, USA, "Contract for traffic cameras set for review - Proposed deal would give bulk of revenue to system manufacturer," October 2, 2005

"It is extremely easy to beat this type of ticket in court. Your easiest defense is to simply throw the ticket away. If it does not come with a return receipt that requires a signature, there is no proof that you actually got the ticket and they cannot prosecute you on that. What the legal system wants you to do is just send in the fine and not ask any questions. This can be a big money maker for some communities. One other form of defense to utilize on your behalf is the fact that when you are accused in court you must be faced by your accuser. Obviously the computer cannot appear in court as a defense method for the prosecution. Also, you do not have to identify yourself as the driver of the vehicle because it would violate your sixth amendment rights against self incrimination."
-Norman G. Fernandez, attorney at law, and Jes Beard, attorney at law in Chattanooga, Tennessee,, "How to Beat a Speeding Ticket - Photo RADAR"

"New York City is studying a plan to charge $7 to motorists who drive into Midtown during peak hours. The New York Times reports that the Partnership for New York City is engaged in a nine-month study of so-called 'congestion pricing'. Such a pricing model would theoretically lead more people to carpool or use mass transit, as well as help air quality and allow for speedier bus routes. Mayor Michael Bloomberg's spokesman told the paper it is 'not' on his second-term agenda. According to outlines of the plan, the 840,000 cars that enter Manhattan south of 60th Street on a weekday could get a $7 charge during peak hours. Cars that start and finish in that zone might pay a $4 charge. The outside Manhattan highways, such as the FDR Drive and Westside Highway would remain free. No toll barriers would be set up, but drivers could have to prepay the fees using vending machines or through the Internet. Video cameras would be used to match license plates with accounts. London has had 'success' with a similar pricing plan."
-NY Newday, Associated Press, "New York City plans to charge $7 for midtown driving," November 11, 2005

"My message to America this morning, then, is this: If YOU fit this definition of a 'terrorist', fear the United States, for YOU WILL lose your liberty! We have engaged in a deliberate campaign of arrest and detention of law breakers."
—John Ashcroft, US attorney general, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, December 6, 2001 (transcript by US Department of Justice)

"The term `domestic terrorism' means activities that involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State."
—Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001 - U.S.A.P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act, 18 US Code 2331 (passed by Congress without Congress being allowed to read it!)

"After my car broke down on the Interstate highway in Nashville, Tennessee, Metro police towed and impounded my car and issued me a parking citation for 'violating the Homeland Security Act'."
—Disgruntled Driver, 1510AM, Legally Speaking talk radio show, May 8, 2004

"SUMMARY: Creates crime of terrorism. Punishes by life imprisonment.
     (1) A person commits the crime of terrorism if the person knowingly plans, participates in or carries out any act that is intended, by at least one of its participants, to disrupt:
     (a) The free and orderly assembly of the inhabitants of the State of Oregon;
     (b) Commerce or the transportation systems of the State of Oregon; or
     (c) The educational or governmental institutions of the State of Oregon or its inhabitants.
     (2) A person commits the crime of terrorism if the person conspires to do any of the activities described in subsection (1) of this section.
     (4) (a) A person convicted of terrorism shall be punished by imprisonment for life. (b) When a person is convicted of terrorism under this section, the court shall order that the person be confined for a minimum of 25 years without possibility of parole, release to post-prison supervision, release on work release or any form of temporary leave or employment at a forest or work camp."
     Section 19, chapter 666, Oregon Laws 2001, as amended by section 5, chapter 696, Oregon Laws 2001, is amended to read:
     The crimes to which section 1 (11)(b), chapter 666, Oregon Laws 2001, applies are:

(1) Bribe giving
(7) Official misconduct in the first degree
(16) Possession of materials depicting sexually explicit conduct
(17) Theft
(24) Unauthorized use of a vehicle
(26) Laundering a monetary instrument
(27) Engaging in a financial transaction in property derived from unlawful activity
(28) Burglary
(31) Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle
(34) Computer crime
(39) Unlawful recording of a live performance
(40) Unlawful labeling of a videotape recording
(50) Fraudulently obtaining a signature
(51) Fraudulent use of a credit card
(52) Negotiating a bad check
(55) Falsifying business records
(56) Sports bribery
(59) Issuing a false financial statement
(69) Unlawful possession of a firearm
(80) Improperly transferring a handgun
(89) Prostitution
(93) Unlawful gambling
(99) Cheating
(103) Animal abuse
(105) Animal neglect
(110) Unauthorized use of a livestock animal
(117) Unlawful delivery of an imitation controlled substance
(123) Misuse of an identification card
(129) Criminal driving while suspended or revoked
(130) Driving while under the influence of intoxicants
(132) Terrorism, as defined in section 1 of this 2003 Act

—72nd OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--2003 Regular Session, Senate Bill 742, amendment to Chapter 666, Oregon Laws 2001,, "Oregon Bill Gives Protestors LIFE In Prison In Forest Work Camp - Reclassifies ALL Crimes as 'Terrorism'"

"Strictly speaking, a driver can register a BAC of 0.00% and still be convicted of a DUI. The level of BAC does NOT clear a driver when it is below the 'presumed level of intoxication.'"
Tennessee Driver Handbook and Driver License Study Guide

"Ignorance of the law is no excuse."
-Maxim of Law

"I don't trust government. And neither should our citizens."
—US Senator Larry Craig, United States Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, "DOJ Oversight: Terrorism and Other Topics", testimony by US Attorney General John Ashcroft re President George Bush Jr.'s Executive Orders to "legalize torture" of US citizens for ALL "crimes" including "victimless 'crimes'", and refusal to release that memo (felony Contempt of Congress), C-SPAN2, June 8, 2004

"Mr. Speaker, my subject today is whether America is a police state. If we are, what are we going to do about it? Most police states, surprisingly, come about through the democratic process with majority support. The masses are easily led to believe that security and liberty are mutually exclusive, and demand for security far exceeds that for liberty. Our government already keeps close tabs on just about everything we do and requires official permission for nearly all of our activities. One might take a look at our Capitol for any evidence of a police state. We see: barricades, metal detectors, police, military soldiers at times, dogs, ID badges required for every move, vehicles checked at airports and throughout the Capitol. The people are totally disarmed, except for the police and the criminals. But worse yet, surveillance cameras in Washington are everywhere to ensure our safety. Like gun control, people control hurts law-abiding citizens much more than the law-breakers. Centralized control and regulations are required in a police state. Not only do we need a license to drive, but we also need special belts, bags, buzzers, seats and environmentally dictated speed limits. Or a policeman will be pulling us over to levy a fine, and he will be toting a gun for sure. Let's reject the police state."
—Congressman Dr. Ron Paul, MD (R-TX, 1988 Libertarian Party candidate for President), speech in House of Representatives, United States Congress, "Are We Doomed To Be a Police State?" June 27, 2002

"Since 2002, more than 90 people have been injured and 18 killed on the Eastern Shore in accidents involving Hispanic workers driving rogue vehicles. The fatalities represent about one-fourth of the 71 highway deaths on the Eastern Shore in that period, even though the year-round Hispanic population makes up only 5 percent of the region's 51,000 residents. Those numbers swell during tomato-picking season, from July through early November, when most of the fatalities occurred. The state of Tennessee appears to be an enabler for many of the illegal drivers. Up and down the Eastern Shore, in the work camps and housing complexes where migrants and year-round laborers live, Tennessee plates abound. Eastern Shore law enforcers suspect there is a flourishing black market for Tennessee tags. Tennessee does not require identification or proof of insurance [no state requires insurance for driver license contract unless the driver caused a crash and did not pay for the damages] when a vehicle is titled and plates are issued, as long as the motorist pays cash. When crashes occur, it is not uncommon for Hispanic drivers - often intoxicated and unlicensed - to flee before troopers arrive. According to State Police records, about a third of accidents involving migrant workers are hit-and-run. State Trooper Koushel said migrants often cannot be conclusively identified when they're stopped for a violation or involved in an accident. Many, he said, are illegal aliens who carry fake or invalid driver's licenses. Because of that, he said, many fail to show up in court. 'It's almost like writing a ticket to a ghost,' Koushel said. Sometimes when there's an accident involving a fatality or serious injury, 'we don't even know what embassy to contact,' he said."
-Bill Burke, The Virginian-Pilot, "Harvest Of Death On The Eastern Shore - Illegal Aliens Perp 25% of US Highway Fatalities," October 11, 2005 (30-Million criminal alien terrorists in USA are granted immunity from arrest and deportation by President George Bush Jr, son of Sir George Bush Sr. Knight of the British Empire, with wide-open US borders per United Nations Corporation, NAFTA, CAFTA, SHAFTA -- How to make Citizen's Arrests at -- -- )

"Federal prosecutors charged six people Wednesday, including two state employees, in a conspiracy to issue fraudulent driving licenses and certificates for immigrants. Tennessee is one of the few states that issues driving certificates to illegal immigrants."
—WATE TV, "Two state workers among 6 people charged for driving certificate fraud," January 25, 2006 (so why aren't the governor, state legislature and THP under arrest for selling fake ID to millions of criminal alien invaders, drug dealers, slave traders, rapists, murderers AND TERRORISTS?! Why don't THP and sheriff deputies just arrest the illegal aliens when they apply for a fake ID/driver license, er, "driver certificate"?)

"Court finds $27,500 fine for second offense driving on a revoked license to be excessive."
State vs Taylor, 70 S.W.3d 717 (Tenn. 2002)

"Make yourselves sheep and the wolves will eat you."
—Benjamin Franklin

"I saw two officers as before, who rode up to me, with their pistols in their hands, said God damn you stop, if go an Inch further, you are a dead Man, and swore if we did not turn in to that pasture, they would blow our brains out. Major Mitchel of the 5th Regt clapd his Pistol to my head, and said he was going to ask me some questions, if I did not tell the truth, he would blow my brains out. I told him I esteemed myself a man of truth, that he had stopped me on the highway, & made me a prisoner, I knew not by what right; I would tell him the truth; I was not afraid."
—Lt Col Paul Revere, owner of RevereWare, sworn affidavit: "Memorandum on Events of April 18, 1775" (declassified Top Secret), while under arrest (and subsequent escape) from Redcoat martial-law traffic police at Minute Man National Historic Park, Paul Revere Capture Site, on the eve of the American Revolutionary War and kicking off the Battle of Lexington and Concord, against the army, navy and courts of King George III, heriditary dictator of England who attempted "gun control" by an Assault Weapons Ban of defensive 50-caliber muskets and cannon, Paul Revere's Ride, by David Hackett Fischer

FTP - Paul Revere Capture Site at Minute Man National Historic Park

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
-Amendment I, US Constitution

Video: Robocop Spy Cam Scam - How to bitch, er, talk to city councils, county commissions, state legislatures, and US congress, by John Lee, webmaster for and producer of Pirate News TV. Americans can vote every day, by speaking to their elected representatives, by educating themselves about their Constitutionally protected God-given natural rights, vigorously and skillfully defending themselves against frivolous traffic citations, by countersueing traffic cops and filing criminal charges against them, and by serving on juries that have the responsibility to veto every law that makes ordinary safe driving a victimless crime punishable by up to a year in jail. But we need more than hot air from a victim of Gulf War Sabotaged Vaccine Syndrome, and Community Access TV, to fight Gangsta Gov't and the Media Mafia. We need more than Mark Rask to write a book, and to appear on History Channel TV every month. We need honest brave hardworking intelligent ruthless Americans to infiltrate government at senior management and political levels, especially "police" and "justice" bureacracies, to arrest gangsters, terrorists and traitors in government, to arrest 30-million criminal aliens (1-billion more on the way), to defend the US border with lawful use of deadly force in self defense, and to reverse the Police State NOW! Before it's too late....

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