WREG News "... it is another way of scamming people out of their hard earned money."
Air Date: June 21, 2005 Summary: Top News Story - WREG TV
For years people have tried to fool police radar, you have heard of the tricks; tin foil, florescent lights, none of it works.
Now a Mississippi Lawyer is trying is out trying to stop one company from selling a device that doesn't work.
We all know the drill, you speed they catch you on radar they write you a ticket. You can't beat the radar gun, or can you? The makers one device, Rocky Mountain Radar, claim that for around $200.00 their device will save you and even pay your ticket.
Attorney Justin Cluck: "They are the same size of a radar detector and have the radar detector function but they also have the representation that they are also a radar scrambler or radar jammer".
Justin Cluck is out to prove these claims wrong, in court. Scientists have actually tested these devices to see if they work and you know what their findings were? They are as effective as putting a block of wood on your dash as they work just as well and it is cheaper.
Deputy Chief Steve Pirtle South Haven Police Department: I look at it and see that it is another way of scamming people out of their hard earned money.
And that is Cluck point, he is advertising trying to find buyers of these products for a class action suit and perhaps get their money back.