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Court filings allege gifts, bribes from red-light camera company

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A fired sales executive at Redflex Traffic Systems claims he was following orders when he bribed and paid for gifts and dinners for officials in order to obtain contracts. Redflex is the company that runs Jacksonville’s red-light camera program.

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Grumpy Old Man - 1/31/2014 9:29 AM
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If the Sheriff does not want to be bothered to enforce the laws, then we need a new Sheriff who will. It is WRONG to pass out law enforcement duties to a private for-profit company. This company, and its competitors have a well-documented history of tweaking timings to increase violations. That detracts from safety. They also issue their citations to the OWNER of the vehicle, not the driver. So, they are issuing citations that they KNOW are bogus. They pay an off-duty officer to rubber stamp the resulting violations, which is of course just a shame to give some appearance of legality to what is clearly an unconstitutional process. The whole concept is unAmerican. The elected officials who authorized this deal should be ashamed of themselves.
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