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Civic Vandal Fined $1200

By Greg L | 22 January 2010 | Manassas City | 10 Comments

Judge Travers of the Prince William County General District Court fined Delia Alvarez $1,200 for Gaudencio Fernandez’ latest act of civic vandalism, according to the News & Messenger, in hopefully what will be a demonstration that when you enforce the law you actually tend to obtain compliance even if the violator is a radical Mexica Movement nutbag determined to flout it.  As for Fernandez’ claims that the property has been sold and he shouldn’t be subject to fines for building code and zoning violations on the property, well, that turned out to be yet another lie.  This relatively modest fine should get the message through to Fernandez that the City of Manassas isn’t going to put up with this garbage.  If not, I’m sure the fines will grow.

This is the real story of “9500 Liberty:” A radical ethnic privilege-monger allied with the Mexica Movement erects enormous signs in Manassas’ historic district and local officials terrified of being branded as racist give him deferential treatment.  Local residents outraged by this brazen lawlessness demand the rule of law be upheld and drag local officials into citing the guy for building and zoning violations.  Just before each court date, Fernandez tears down the signs, the suits are dropped, and Fernandez pledges to adhere to the law in the future.  Then we start the whole process over again.  Finally, after three iterations of the same lawless behavior, Fernandez gets fined for his actions.

And you didn’t need to spend an hour watching a leftist propaganda-laden “documentary” to obtain a full understanding of the “9500 Liberty” saga.  Yes, you can thank me for saving you from that experience.

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  1. MPResident said on 22 Jan 2010 at 11:19 am:
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    I for one am actually pleasantly surprised by the fine. This is actully a very large fine for the charge. Many years ago as the Deputy Zoning Administrator for teh City was lucky to getr a few hundred dollars fine for zoning infrations. Even more surprising, the largest portion of the fine was for the building code issues which is highly unusual. I know a lot of people have been hard on the City for the time, but they actually played it right. Judges hate these cases and the City was able to demonstrate their history of working with the land owner which probably led to the larger fine.

  2. Citizen12 said on 22 Jan 2010 at 3:38 pm:
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    Thumbs up for Judge Travers on his actions.

    However, the fact that this took so long with so many chances given to the offender will not be much of a deterrent to the next one.

    Perhaps if the true cost to the taxpayers for this entire episode were known, a demand for swifter action and resolution in such matters would get more attention.

  3. Ayn Rand IS Right! said on 22 Jan 2010 at 4:09 pm:
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    Next up: Frenandez submits a request for a permit to operate a day-laborers site. Starts one without the permit. Makes a bunch of specious claims about the “racist process” and disbands the site right before his court date. Then he reorginizes the site, but has applied for a permit to have a cook-out. Has a cook-out every day for month, that contractors happen to frequent as if there was a drive thru. The day before his court date, he disbands the site.

  4. Former Officer said on 23 Jan 2010 at 9:41 am:
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    Jusge Travers is a She.

  5. legal2 said on 23 Jan 2010 at 10:15 am:
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    How long does Ms. Alvarez have to pay the fine and what are the consequences if the order is ignored?

  6. Kevin C said on 23 Jan 2010 at 3:26 pm:
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    BVBL: “Judge Travers of the Prince William County General District Court fined Delia Alvarez $1,200…”

    IF Alvarez appeals the decision ALL THE WAY to the Supreme Court, HOW do you think Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor will vote?

    Altogether now, everybody say, “THANKS BAArack!”

  7. FormerMCPD said on 26 Jan 2010 at 1:46 pm:
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    The best part of that BS sign is the named Officer is also latino.

  8. Advocator said on 26 Jan 2010 at 4:12 pm:
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    Anyone know who represented the good Senor F. and Senora A?

  9. Brian Leeper said on 26 Jan 2010 at 5:07 pm:
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    According to the Court Case Information System, no defense attorney is listed for any of the 3 cases and they have all been appealed.

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