"They are either a bunch of crooks or a bunch of stupid people,"

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 10:49 AM
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CNN: Speed trap is dirtiest little town...




Hampton, Florida (CNN) -- How off-the-charts corrupt do you have to be to capture somebody's attention in the Sunshine State?


31 Findings of wrong doing in the audit, thousands of motorist robed; by ticket, insurance companies and the state for years or decades. And finally something will be done but note, no one has been charged. Maybe a million dollars missing, no one charged ?
Police, judges, clerks, traffic schools and DMV all together organized for profit criminal activity allowed for years. No one charged....

Audit

Think my daughter paid one of those tickets, even though she had been forewarned.

But this had been going on for decades...
And still does in way too many places...
To serve and to protect... Come on guy's ... It can be done, put these folks out of business every where...




posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:07 AM
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It is actual highway robbery.

One of the most clear examples of misuse of official authority is the MA state police pulling over people who drive to NH to buy something for the express purpose of extorting money for transporting "untaxed goods" into MA. Better not drive into NYC with a pack of cigarettes purchased in NC.
edit on 9-3-2014 by greencmp because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:08 AM
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Doesn't surprise me at all in Florida. I was pulled over for doing 3 miles over the speed limit. The cop pulled me over because I had 3 girls in my car, he told me this. He said " the three girls in the back seat didn't tell you there was a cop behind you" I said "I wasn't speeding, I didn't think you were pulling me" He told me I was some kind of retard and then made me get out of the car on his hood while he searched me. I couldn't get my license out of my wallet because it was stuck to the plastic window with the heat so he grabbed it and threw it and threw me on his hood and slammed my face into it. Then he berated me for 10 mins before giving me a ticket and I left.

My dad, a lawyer represented me in court and he was absolutely shocked at the outcome. This was my first ticket, my first time being pulled over and I got 8 hours traffic school for doing 3 miles over the limit. No one had ever heard of that before and no one believed me but it happened.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:10 AM
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I believe you and, frankly, you are lucky you didn't get shot.

That may seem like an overreaction but, most unfortunately, it is not.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:18 AM
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I know I was lucky, I've had some bad experiences with police here including one cop who used to park by Best Buy's loading area where people load T.V's into their cars. It is a fire lane outside the store and when the police need more tickets at the end of the month, they wait there to give tickets for staying in the fire lane. People have no other choice but to load the heavy items at the front of the store and they know this. This is how they make their money but yeah the situation could have come out worse.

I have a situation now where my elderly parent is being defrauded out of millions of dollars by a scam artist who convinced him she is taking care of him when she is emptying his accounts and building million dollar properties (she's never worked a job) and the police refuse to do anything about it when we have concrete proof of fraud. It is such a sad state of affairs here.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:24 AM
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Why not both, some of these clowns show corrupt stupidity right on there own dash cam's.

The reason there are no arrests or discipline for these people is just another example of the" illusion of justice ", you can't have justice when there ALL in on it.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:29 AM
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Badges ARE REDCOATS.. in EVERY WAY.


the criminality and lack of Honor



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:30 AM
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Unfortunately, there's no one to police the police.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:34 AM
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It all comes down to this:




posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:36 AM
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Yeah, that's some pretty disgusting behavior right there.

I remember, some years back, where we had a very similar problem right here in Texas with the corrupt law enforcement community, (including judges) of a very small town located on highway 59, between Houston and Victoria. I can't seem to remember the name of the town right now, but they were doing the exact same thing and when their LEOs came to Corpus Christi in an attempt to collect on warrants, our county sheriff literally escorted them out of town.

Anyway, I found this site called speedtrap.org where they host what's called "The National Speed Trap Exchange." It's pretty cool because you can enter almost any city in any state and find out where their worst speed traps are.

www.speedtrap.org...

Oh yeah, F&S for the OP!



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:39 AM
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Well, crooks are stupid people and not all stupid people are crooks. So, I guess they are both.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 12:14 PM
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OP I live here in Fl and I have been screwed over twice by our "judicial system" first time it was because of a cop that did not show up in court thus letting the drunk that hit my car get away with it. The second time was because of a lawyer doing pro bono and wearing me down financially and not being able to afford anymore mediation at $275 out of my pocket everytime we tried to mediate. It's all about money down here.

I'll tell you this though, the same year that these two incidents took place I was called to jury duty. When the judge asked us the prospective jurors if anyone felt they should not serve on the upcoming murder case I raised my hand. I stood up my heart was beating so hard I didn't think I could speak but I did.

I told the judge because I have no faith in our judicial system because of recent fails on the court ability to serve me justice I could not be part of this jury. I did not want to responsible for someones life when the only justice in this system is the justice that money can buy. You could have heard a pin drop in the courtroom and the looks I got from some of the people was total shock.

Needless to say I was not chosen for jury duty, but they did punish me by making me stay there all day through the selection process. I consider it one of my finer moments and that was 13yrs ago and I've never been called again for jury duty. I think they scratched my name permanently from the list. LOL yayyyyyy.

So yes when the end of the month nears I watch my speed limit, make sure I use my directionals ect. I like my money and have no desere for this corrupt system to get anymore of it than is absolutely required.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:34 PM
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DARKJEDIG
I know I was lucky, I've had some bad experiences with police here including one cop who used to park by Best Buy's loading area where people load T.V's into their cars. It is a fire lane outside the store and when the police need more tickets at the end of the month, they wait there to give tickets for staying in the fire lane.




Government at all levels has worked to feather-their-nest at the expense of our citizens. I've lost count of the number of police departments funding local governments thru tickets. It's just a game to them. How can the common man find justice against this trash? Quite simply: You can't if you're not willing to pay the price.

You can't strip out the corruption when it's reached this level. Time to hit the reset button.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:38 PM
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2manyholes
I told the judge because I have no faith in our judicial system because of recent fails on the court ability to serve me justice I could not be part of this jury. I did not want to responsible for someones life when the only justice in this system is the justice that money can buy. You could have heard a pin drop in the courtroom and the looks I got from some of the people was total shock.




I'd give you 50 stars if I could.

We can't expect to change this system by bowing and scraping to the scumbag powers-that-be. It's time to get in their face. It's time to make them feel the heat. It's time for ......





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