CameraFRAUD’s booth at the Arizona State Fair is a very popular place. Fairgoers line up to to sign the petition for the Citizen’s Ballot Initiative to rid the state of Photo Enforcement and send Redflex packing. We get lots of questions, but hear lots of stories as well. People are eager to tell us about the ‘notice of violation’ they recieved which showed thatásomeone else, in many cases a member of the opposite sex, was driving. This would imply shoddy quality control at Redflex, where they issue the ‘notices.’
Also, we hear over and over from people who tell us that they simply threw away their ‘notice of violation.’ Clearly, the word is out that unless properly served, the notice is little more than something to line your birdcage with.
Pinal County Deputies sign CameraFRAUD's petition
While DPS officers have been scarce near CameraFRAUD’s booth (they’re pretty visible around the rest of the fair), Peace Officers from other agencies around the state have been happy to sign the petition. Every day, CameraFRAUD is a little closer to its’ goal.