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WWOR TV Investigative Report
"... the device was busted by the cops radar "

Air Date: November 10, 2005
Summary: WWOR Channel 9 UPN Investigative Report
Correspondent: Brenda Flanagan

Introduction:
In mid October of 2005, Radar Roy was contacted by WWOR TV, Channel 9 in New York City. They were doing research on Rocky Mountain Radar jammer's. Roy provided them with some preliminary information and also told the station that a representative from RMR would be at the 2005 SEMA show in Las Vegas and if they wanted to get a "live demo" of their product, that they should consider having a reporter at the event.

The story in Las Vegas was taped on November 4, 2005 and since Radar Roy was at the same conference, he was also interviewed during this report.

Report:
Are you one of those drivers with a need for speed? Well there is a new gadget and it promises to keep you from getting a ticket by jamming police radar. Our I-Team hit the road to test this device and as Brenda Flanagan reports it could put you on the fast track in getting a fine.

Brenda Flanagan:
Its a show down on the highway we're pitting a police radar gun against the Phazer II radar scrambler.

Does the Phazer jam the police radar and save drivers from a speeding ticket or do they get busted?

The Phazer II's manufacture Rocky Mountain Radar, guarantees this $125.00 device makes your car invisible to police or they pay your speeding ticket.

Raul Elguea (Engineer RMR):
They are very effective...

Brenda Flanagan:
Watch their demo, they put a radar gun on a small table a couple feet away they stick a Phazer II on top of a blue toy truck. They show you how it emits electronic static that zaps radar and laser signals. But critics say..

Radar Roy:
Nothing further then the truth..

Brenda Flanagan:
This guy is a former cop and radar expert nicknamed "Radar Roy" and sells radar detectors and calls the Phazer II usless.

Radar Roy:
It is just as effective as you putting a brick on the dash of your car.

Brenda Flanagan:
Armed with our test, the I-Team cameras rolls as the first Hackensack Police car sets up it radar gun, it is on and working. Down the street a second police car equipped with a Phazer II on the windshield starts to accelerate.

Lt. Robert Wright:
Its a block and a half away

Brenda Flanagan:
The speed limit here is only 25 mph its the show down we have been waiting for

Lt. Robert Wright:
40, 41, 44, 45, 47.... Forty Nine the first time

BUSTED!

Brenda Flanagan:
The radar gun is getting a clean read. The Phazer car makes another pass.

Lt. Robert Wright:
46

BUSTED!

Brenda Flanagan:
This thing doesn't work?

Lt. Robert Wright:
Anyone driving that car would get a speeding ticket.

Brenda Flanagan:
So how come the Phazer II worked in the company demo and failed here. That sat only two feet away from the radar gun in the demo. So lets try that approach.

(Officers Placing Phazer two feet away from antenna of radar gun)

Lt. Robert Wright:
Rich, were getting some crazy readings, it's working now. Its scrambling it now its making it unreadable giving us all strange numbers.

Brenda Flanagan:
Police say that the Phazer has such a weak signal that you would have to be sitting on the hood of their car to make it work and drivers that speed with a Phazer in the car could even end up worse then a ticket.

Lt. Robert Wright:
This instrument gives them a false sense of security that they can speed and a not be detected by police, not very safe at all.

Brenda Flanagan:
But Rocky Mountain Radar still claims that their product works

Raul Elguea (Engineer RMR):
The people that are our customers they know that our product works, we have been in business for 15 years.

Radar Roy:
The people that buy these products are victims, they contact their state attorneys office consumer fraud department, they don't care. You buy something to beat a ticket, so bad so sorry...

Brenda Flanagan:
The FCC declared that any device that deters the police from reading a cars speed, is illegal. The agency warned the FCC to stop selling these products, but that is far as it went.

As far as the companies guarantee to pay your ticket read the fine print. You shouldn't get a ticket if you use the device properly. So if you do get a ticket, it is your fault, sorry..

 

 
 
   
 
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