Activist DESTROYS 19 Red Light Cameras and Turns Himself In


By Luke Rudkowski

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews the Red Light Robin Hood Stephen Ruth who one night decided to go out in Long Island and destroy 19 red light cameras in an act of civil disobedience. Find out why in this video and the darker truths about red light cameras.


Also see “Red Light Robin Hood” Hero Strikes Again, Risks Years In Jail Destroying Red Light Cameras

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5 Comments on "Activist DESTROYS 19 Red Light Cameras and Turns Himself In"

  1. This is a prime example of what WE THE PEOPLE need to be doing.
    Standing up to the ILLEGAL actions of perceived authority.


  2. wtg Red Light Robin Hood Stephen Ruth keep on bustin.

  3. this might be living proof that things are not yet as bad as a police state can get. If it were the case, we’d never see this guy again. Or he’d come out of jail so beaten to pulp, others would think twice about such acts. But that is not to suggest we become lax in our “eternal vigilance”. We should work at other strategies, I believe. Becoming a martyr over traffic cameras doesn’t seem to provide a good ROI.

  4. The National Motorists Association does not endorse vandalism with ticket cameras. We DO urge everyone to understand how deliberately improper and often less-safe engineering of the lights is used so the cameras issue most tickets to safe drivers who have endangered absolutely no one. I believe that red light cameras are government-run for-profit rackets that should be illegal in every state, as they are in some already. Residents in cities and states that use red light camera rackets for profits need to repeatedly call and write to their local and state elected officials to politely but clearly insist that the cameras be made illegal and require that all the cameras be taken down. GET INVOLVED to end these for-profit rackets for all of us.

    James C. Walker, National Motorists Association

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