Friday, March 30, 2007

Trust Drive.

£15 speeding tax for victims of violence - but REAL criminals pay nothing

Might one ask what the surcharge will be that those who are incorrectly charged with a road-based infraction can impose on the authorities?

I have on two occasions been, eventually, found in the right having been subjected to ever-escalating authoritarian pressure and threats, both financial and legal, most likely by automated system.

The only penalty that the accusers suffered was the cancellation of the original, unjust fine.

This is barking. There is no incentive at all to apply common sense to the imposition of such threats, as simply by pushing a computer key a computer racks it up until the individual caves.

This is government-sanctioned extortion, pure and simple.

I'd suggest it was resisted. By all of us.

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