Watchdog.org’s Virginia bureau takes home 7 statewide awards
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Date: April 20, 2015 Contact: Breyana Franklin breyana.franklin@franklincenterhq.org 571-385-2926 ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Watchdog.org’s Virginia bureau built upon last year’s successes to take home four first-place awards and three […]

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By: Bill West
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I can attest to what Mr Chinn points out and more. Felonies being over looked, video tapes being lost , beer bottles thrown through screens, evidence being lost and most odd all done with the blessing of the ABC Board , police and city council.

By: John Chinn
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Congratulations to Ms. Watson. I used some information she sent me and am grateful for her reply to my e mail request. Now.

I have a story that has been going on for Thirteen years involving the lack of if not best described as a down right refusal to enforce ABC Laws by the Commonwealth. And the refusal to respond to numerous Citizens complaints concerning an establishment in Fredericksburg , Va., issued a license under most peculiar circumstances., by Local Authorities and that Political Body.

A Grand Jury filing and indictment that was heard by a Judge in a different Jurisdiction, than the City of Fredericksburg and dismissed. The Judge as I understand that the filing was improper. The filing was done by the Commonwealth Attorney.

Said filing described damage to Residential property by Patrons of the establishment. Urination in their yards, obscene writings on their vehicles. Sex in their yards. Syringes found in their yards. Even landscaping ripped out of the ground. An auto repair facility forced to place security cameras on the lot to help prevent Patrons from damaging vehicles left by customers for repair.

If you want the other side of the ABC story, I can get anyone interested in touch with those eleven who filed the Grand Jury Complaint.

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