Dear Aussie speeding fines folks,
I wanted to share the Wikipedia definition of the MD5 algorithm just for your reference
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Md5 how secure is a code that is so easily cracked? It’s a joke!
On another topic, I had previously written to you to say I’d received a reply from the W.A. police in response to letter #1 (from your Ebook) I sent to them. They sent me an acknowledgment letter (which I shared with you a fortnight ago) saying the matter has been put on hold. I asked you then what I should do, and you replied promptly (as always) with the suggestion they were baffled by this correspondence and certainly agreed with me that they simply didn’t know haw to handle it! You suggested I send the 2nd default letter when 28 days have elapsed, but read on!
Well, today I received a phone call from the very (probationary) police officer who booked me (incorrectly) for speeding (121Km/h in a 110Km/h zone). She conceded defeat by telling me the infringement was not going to be pursued as they had no way of showing the device was traceable under the National Measurement Act (Cth) and actually ADMITTED that the device’s power supply (a CIGARETTE LIGHTER!) wasn’t shielded and was “of concern to all police officers” . She went on to admit further that SO MANY readings were “questionable most likely due to input power fluctuations” and that fellow traffic enforcement officers (by a large majority) have DEMANDED a shielded power supply AND remedial training as to the proper use of these devices. So, a WIN for me and for Aussie Speeding Fines! Thank you!!!!
Seeing as I am waiting for a court hearing (October 14th for mention) to fight a multanova (a tripod mounted road-side speed camera used in W.A.), I decided to educate myself further in regard to the MD5 algorithm, as it will be only ONE of many avenues I shall use to add reasonable doubt in my defense. I’d written to requesta brief of evidence and got it MINUS the photograph. When I wrote to the police again to ask for the photo, theyrang me and said they were “having problems proving the photographs were 100% dependable and not subject to corruption”, so they “weren’t going to send them along with the brief of evidence anymore”. I so wanted to get into a conversation with this officer (a sergeant who’s name I took), but I bit my tongue andonly replied with “with all due respect, anything you wish to discuss, be it a question or otherwise,must be done in writing”. Well, his response was amazing! He said he was “going to have a long hard look at my case because the queue for traffic court hearings was nearing 12 months or more and positive prosecution outcomesare becoming increasingly difficult”. Again, I said I wasn’t prepared to comment over the phone, so he went on to say that he “was recentlyissued a speed camera infringement and is absolutely adamant he is innocent” and asked me ifthe Aussie Speeding FinesEbook was any good because he intends to purchase one! I then KNEW that he was fishing, but I didn’t let him hook me. All I said was I didn’t know what he was talking about, so he went and gave me your website address! I NEVER let on that I was using your Ebook and said “thank you sir, I will go have a look when I get a chance”.