I’ve gotten word that the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee has filed a lawsuit this morning in the Federal Eastern District Court in Alexandria against Prince William County asking for an injunction and declaratory relief regarding recent efforts to address the effects of illegal aliens unlawfully residing in Prince William County. The basis for their claims appear to be the supremacy and equal protection clauses of the Constitution, and the plaintiffs in the case are listed as a bunch of “John Does”, which would lead one to believe that these are illegal aliens filing suit against our local government in order to change the laws that have been passed by the officials elected by the citizens. It’s pretty outrageous.
This appears to be nothing more than an attempt to frighten the Board of County Supervisors into not following through on their adopted policies which will ensure that Prince William County does not provide public benefits to illegal aliens nor look the other way when an illegal alien is detained for a crime or traffic violation. It’s time to start piling on the Supervisors again to make them aware that citizens don’t particularly like to be bullied into having our laws conform to the interests of illegal aliens.
I sure hope than during the discovery process we can get a really close look at the ties that the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee and their parent organization, Mexicans Without Borders has with the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, why it’s failed to conform with state laws regarding the solicitation of charitable donations, and how it has violated IRS rules regarding the permitted activities of organizations registered under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. I’d also like to see if we can get some light shed on the following during this process:
- Did John Steinback unlawfully evade federal capital gains taxes when he filed a quitclaim deed on the house he had owned jointly with his now deceased wife?
- Why does John Steinbach have handicapped tags on his vehicle that were issued for his late wife?
- Did Ricardo Juarez commit fraud when filing a divorce petition against his first wife who resides in Mexico claiming that he didn’t have children, when in fact he does have children in Mexico according to a Washington Post article?
- Is Ricardo Juarez an illegal alien? In all of his filings related to his divorce and remarriage to a woman half his age, he has consistently indicated that he does not have a valid Social Security number.
- Is Mexicans Without Borders violating federal laws by employing Ricardo Juarez in reckless disregard to his immigration status?
Now that the Woodbridge Worker’s Committee (which Jeanette Rishell has raised money for in the past) and Mexicans Without Borders has decided to stick their necks out like this, we now have an opportunity to have attorneys delve into this shadowy organization that supports organizations that have engaged in terrorism in the past. This should be good.
UPDATE: The complaint they filed can be found here.
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