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Date Posted: 17:33:05 06/28/13 Fri
Author: Joe Rizoli (Another Jerk called Jonathan)
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Subject: License plate scanning
In reply to: Joe Rizoli 's message, "Walden discussion" on 15:02:59 06/28/13 Fri

Another debate talking about license plate scanners. Another Jerk takes my post way beyond the Earth on this one.
Harold starts it off with his information. I come in saying where it should be used, this Jonathan Jerk goes to outer space.......

License plate recognition by FPDFrom: Harold Wolfe Date: 6:27pm, Jun 27

I put in a request to the Framingham police


I got a partial response...


Out of it, I got one useful piece of information on the type of
license plate reader the town bought. I then did some research on it,


The NSA tracks our email and phone and everybody else tracks our plates.

Read the story from San Leandro, California on ALPR (automatic license
plate readers).


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License plate recognition by FPDFrom: Joseph Rizoli Date: 6:27pm, Jun 28

This license plate reader should be used at the Fuller School on Adult ESL

License plate recognition by FPDFrom: Jonathan Gilvarg Date: 7:51pm, Jun 28

Why? I'm guessing you believe it'll turn up a lot of illegal immigrants. But,
I doubt it as I don't believe one's immigration status is part of registering a
vehicle. I mean I never was required to submit a birth certificate when I
registered my cars. Were you? Moreover, why do you suggest just using it at
Fuller? Wouldn't your purpose be better suited if it was used all across the
Southside as I believe you and your brother have complained incessantly about
the number of illgal immigrants living on the Southside?


Jonathan Gilvarg

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