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Keith’s Interview on 102.1 FM Queensland, Australia

Posted on October 15th, 2013 by Marc Stevens

Keith, our mate in Melbourne, did an interview on 102.1 FM in Queensland, Australia this week.


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  1. Thad Says:

    In Victoria where I live now the police have now had their “policy” changed to meet with them losing in court for hiding behind trees, bushes and other sneaky acts to hide their speed cameras. Keep in mind as far as I know in Victoria, police have delegated their job of speed cameras to civilians. Anyways, the Herald Sun reported a few months ago after people were complaining and winning in the courts because the police violated their own policies. So true to form, since cops were losing in court……poof magic time they had their policy changed. The kicker is they of course would not say THAT is why they changed it, they claimed it was because of “safety” issues of operators…..and people bought it. Here is the link:

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