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Comment: Re:This is good (Score 5, Insightful) 398 398

The point of the cameras was revenue, not traffic safety. They've failed at their intended goal, and I don't see evidence for attributing it to traffic safety. The only person who benefited is the vendor.

And that's before the court challenges. Doesn't "Due Process" ensure that the accused can say, "That's faked, Photoshop. The network and servers are hacked, and PROVE THEY ARE SECURE."

Ever seen a municipal vendor who could certify under penalty of perjury complete compliance with all applicable law, regulation and policy?

Comment: Re:Issue was whether there were NEW ones. (Score 1) 376 376

Back in the day, an attorney published a mock-grand-jury charging Bush, Cheney, Rice, Rumfeld, Powell, et. al. for their criminal acts in the run up to Iraq. I think it's a good summary of all the lies.

http://www.tomdispatch.com/pos...

Comment: Re:I think this is bullshit (Score 4, Insightful) 1746 1746

Erlich's "religious freedom" ends at the perimeter of his own self.

The moment he tried to apply his cognitive framing TO OTHER PEOPLE, he went off the rails.

If he contributed to islamic organizations opposing freedom of women to drive or appear in public without hajib, would that be OK?

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