In a case that could very well have national implications, a man in California has received a traffic ticket for driving in an HOV [high-occupency vehicle] lane while alone, although he says he wasn’t alone at all. Jonathan Frieman had another person with him, his corporation. In a move designed to get corporate personhood onto the front page for debate, Mr. Frieman will gladly pay his $481 fine in his cause to have corporate personhood overturned. From the RP4409 YouTube channel.
Source: Before It’s News Checkmate! Man Uses HOV Lane With Corporation Papers As His 2nd Person http://beforeitsnews.com/watercooler-topics/2013/01/checkmate-man-uses-hov-lane-with-corporation-papers-as-his-2nd-person-2431392.html