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The Law Is For The Little People

By Greg L | 27 July 2011 | Prince William County | 4 Comments

Prince William County Supervisors Principi, Jenkins and Caddigan, if you really want a fight, you came to the right place.



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4 Comments

  1. James Young said on 27 Jul 2011 at 11:14 am:
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    About what are you talking, Greg? Your comment is a little obscure.

  2. Greg L said on 27 Jul 2011 at 11:28 am:
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    I’ve sent multiple emails to the BOCS asking them to explain why they are appropriating taxpayer dollars to charities in violation of VA Code § 15.2-953. They have refused to address the issue, referring my communications to the County Attorney. It has been over two months since I started asking them for a legal justification for their actions and have received no response.

    Yesterday the BOCS appropriated $2,200 in taxpayer dollars to ineligible charities out of magisterial district funds. I take this as a concrete response that the BOCS will continue to willfully violate the law, leaving no alternative but to start working on filing a lawsuit demanding an injunction. If an injunction is granted, it may establish a precedent that could stop everything from Manassas City handing $35k of taxpayer funds to the charity that operates the Candy Factory to the $13 million Fairfax County gives to charities as part of their “affordable housing” initiative.

    Right now I’m looking for some legal assistance to help get the paperwork together. If you’re interested in ensuring government follows the law instead of flaunting it, I could use some help.

  3. James Young said on 27 Jul 2011 at 11:33 am:
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    Thanks for clearing that up. Wish I could help, but the Supreme Court granted cert. in another of my cases last month, so my attention is somewhat focused for the next six months.

  4. Rob Duecaster said on 28 Jul 2011 at 2:21 pm:
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    Greg:

    What’s the beef? The cited section authorizes giving money to so many different types of charitable and non-profits that the Sopranos’ Family Trust could probably qualify. What charity or non-profit ist that you claim is so clearly outside the ambit of that code section that giving money to it would constitute a “willful” violation of the law? Incidentally, the section does not explicitly prohibit contributions to orgs that don’t qualify, therefore the BOCS cannot “willfully violate” the section, legally speaking. You’d have to cite another code section that prohibits them from giving money to unqualified entities.

    Give me a call if you want to discuss.

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