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Re: Do jammers work?

On Fri, 03 Sep 1999 07:44:40 PDT, Chris Kagan wrote:
>[ ... ] The only time I've gotten caught speeding is when I 
>was cresting a huge hill on the highway and a cop was sitting just past it.  
>[ ... ]  It cost me 
>$175 and the company (Rocky Mtn. Radar or something) will even refund the 
>price of your first ticket if you get caught speeding while using the jammer 
>(if it didn't work, that is).  I wasn't able to claim my ticket since no 
>jammer or detector will go thru a hill.
>[ ... ]

Doncha think that if the police can get a good bounce from you, the "jammer"
would be doin' its thing like crazy? Police radar signals are subject to the
same laws of physics as any you might generate. When it comes to paying
out on tickets, it will always be something with that Rocky Mountain gang
- the sun at the wrong angle or whatever. I'm sure they pay out $0 per year
which would be consistent with their corporate philosophy "We take your

DeWitt Harrison
Boulder, CO
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