Police State America has devised a new way to track dissidents or person's of interest, they're calling it Pay-By-Plate. Raytheon's Pay-By-Plate system will allow police to "hotlist" motorists across the country.
What are vehicle "hotlists"?
Page 6, of the Cincinnati Police Dept.'s, "Success in Automated License Plate Recognition Technology" report, reveals what vehicle "hotlists" actually mean.
The Feds are storing innocent motorist's personal data indefinitely
According to a Boston Globe article, 'detailed precise' toll transactions are being stored indefinitely by the MassDOT. The MassDOT claims, they don't have any plans to use the information to ticket speeding motorists yet!
Three years ago, the Virginia Dept. of Motor Vehicles allowed the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) to secretly record vehicle identification number (VIN), age and sex information from the records of passing motorists.
Raytheon's cameras are creating a ring of surveillance that's unprecedented
DHS's cameras, sorry I mean Raytheon's surveillance cameras can be found everywhere, from traffic intersections to store fronts and inside businesses across the country.
Remember, the DEA and IRS and the Forest Service are all using license plate readers that track our every movement.
Would you trust Raytheon to tell the truth?
Pay-By-Plate cameras are being used in city parking lots
(click here & here to find out more about Pay-By-Plate parking)
Private corporations are creating "hotlists" of Americans
Below, are two excerpts from Raytheon's National Vehicle Location Service page:
Investigative Leads are provided by Raytheon via LEARN at a level that would otherwise be impossible for an agency to achieve under their own resources and finances.
“Our agency does not have any license plate recognition of its own, but I have many users accessing Vigilant\'s private LPR data…and it is the next best thing. While we hope to invest in LPR in the near future, access to the Vigilant LPR data is helping us locate vehicles of interest.”