Does Mark Johnson (letter, July 24) honestly believe a motor officer is going to risk his life trying to find a speeder he thinks he saw through binoculars?
Whether it is legal or ethical, if he spies an officer with binoculars and he is speeding and refuses to slow down, then he deserves that speeding citation. And the inane question of not using a signal, again, the officer will risk his life for that minor citation he may or may not have seen?
If I’m speeding and get caught, I don’t care if binoculars were involved, I deserve the citation for violating the posted speed limit.
C. J. Chin, Clovis