Four caught in drink driving blitz
- Peter Rolfe From: Herald Sun & Tetractys Merkaba From the Mikiverse June 19, 2010
FOUR drink drivers were caught overnight in a booze bus operation in St Kilda.
Police, Sherriff's and the Victorian Taxi Directorate also issued 10 infringement notices for traffic offences, seven defect notices and two penalty notices in the operation on Friday night.
More than 1270 motorists were breath tested. THIS MEANS THAT LESS THAN 0.31496062992125984 OF TESTED DRIVERS WERE DRINK DRIVING, AND THAT 99.68503937007874 OF ALL TESTED DRIVERS WERE NOT DRINK DRIVING.
THESE ARE NOT UNUSUAL FIGURES. THESE ARE CONSISTENT FIGURES, YET THE REVENUE RAISING OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION CALLED VICTORIA POLICE CONTINUE TO FORCE THE INCONVENIANCE OF HAVING OUR ABILITY TO TRAVEL PRIVATELY AND OUR PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE TAKEN AWAY FROM US, SO THAT THESE REVENUE RAISING OFFICERS CAN TRY TO MAKE MONEY.
AND, WHY IS THE HERALD SUN NOT REPORTING THIS. IF I CAN WORK THIS OUT, THE HERALD SUN CERTAINLY CAN. IS THE HERALD SUN DELIBERATELY NOT REPORTING THESE FACTUAL HAPPENINGS?
Personnel from the Sheriffs Office detected $45.735 worth of outstanding warrants, while the Taxi Directorate checked 30 taxis and issued Immigration personnel busted three people with expired visas.