Wrong Supervisor Stirrup. They didn’t write you in support of Immigration Resolution, they wrote in opposition. Begs the question, does he even read his emails? My personal email has been selectively purged from their list but this just in from some of his other constituents that DON’T SUPPORT THE RESOLUTION!

Thank you for your support for the Rule of Law resolution, which has been very important to me and to the community.

Beginning on Tuesday, July 1, 2008, the Prince William County Police Department began implementing its revised policy regarding illegal immigration enforcement. The policy was amended that police will now inquire into the immigration status of all persons who are under physical custodial arrest for a violation of state or local law. If an immigration violation is believed to exist, police officers will inform the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) concerning that individual. Police officers retain discretion to inquire into immigration status prior to a physical custodial arrest. Police officers will protect crime victims and cooperative witnesses – regardless of their immigration status. Racial profiling is expressly prohibited. Police officers will not detain or arrest individuals based on their national origin, race, religion or creed. During the month of June, all police officers and relevant civilian personnel received training on the new policy and procedures.

More information regarding the Police Department’s immigration enforcement efforts can be found on the web site at: www.pwcgov.org/police.

Due to the numerous emails I have received, my response to you on this issue is general. If I have not answered you according to your need, please email me again at gainesville@pwcgov.org

John T. Stirrup
Gainesville District Supervisor

Prince William County Government
Sudley North Government Center
7873 Ashton Avenue
Manassas, Virginia 20109

Main: 703-792-6195
Fax: 703-792-7664
Website: www.gainesvillesupervisor.com

112 Thoughts to “Wrong Again, Supervisor Stirrup”

  1. Red Dawn,

    Thanks for the Jimmy Justice videos. He’s doing a great job keeping our public officials accountable. It’s amazing to the see the attitude of entitlement these public officials exhibit simply because they have a piece of tin pinned to their chest. They really do believe they are above the law.

    The sad thing is that Jimmy Justice should not have to do this at all. This is the job of our elected officials. This is why we elect them.

    You can find tons of videos online of police trying to stop people from exercising their right to videotape. It’s not right.

    The only officials who would fear a videocamera are those who have something to hide. Honest officials would welcome the scrutiny and be gladdened to see americans exercising their rights. The sad thing is that officials who fight this abuse in our name are so rare that we’ve grown so used to being abused by our public officials and many of us have come to accept it. Some people are so brainwashed as to defend the abuse like the guy in the white shirt in this video:

  2. Moon-howler

    I still dont know why Emma was drinking $95 wine with pizza. Why not $15 wine with pizza?

  3. Red Dawn


    Probably because you would not question her she said she was drinking a $15 bottle of wine with pizza. 🙂

    I will sum it up: MATERIALISTIC bull shit 🙂 LOL

    By the way, has anyone seen the experiment about lotto winners ( I am still hopeful) and how they dealt with their winnings? Also the homeless man that found a huge sum of money ( planted for the TV experiment) I think it was either Dateline or 20/20

  4. Red Dawn,

    This is from the article on Jimmy Justice.

    Huntley (president of Communications Workers of America Local 1182, which represents the city’s 2,500 traffic enforcement agents and sanitation workers) said he is more concerned about traffic agents facing harassment and assaults in the streets for simply doing their jobs. In April, Gov. David A. Paterson signed a new law that makes an assault on a traffic enforcement agent a felony punishable by up to seven years in prison.

    “We can have him arrested for menacing or stalking,” Huntley said of Jimmy, signaling a possible new confrontation in the streets. “For too long, we’ve been abused by the public and the media. We’re not going to be a punching bag anymore in New York City.”

    This is the system trying to protect itself by threatening all of us. This is bulls**t. Why is it not a felony for someone to assault anyone of us but it is a felony to assault a traffic cop? What a joke.

    You see, when you work within the rules and new technology makes the tyrants vulnerable. The tyrants have great solution. They just change the rules on you. It’s like trying to beat the house at Las Vegas. The deck is always stacked against us.

    Now this prick Huntley is threatening to arrest Jimmy for menacing or stalking. This is unbelievable.

  5. Red Dawn


    I was thinking about that with the Patriot Act, etc, etc…the list goes on …..the more they try to correct /damage control it seems to be directed on US, WE THE PEOPLE….Michael, where are you? This is what I am questioning 🙂

  6. Emma

    $95 red wine is GREAT with pizza, Moon-howler. What was I supposed to make for dinner tonight, coquilles St. Jacques? 😉

    Anyway, it was a gift from family members who are all about their jobs, have no children and lots of disposable income. It is just like us to be so irreverent with such a gift, and it was WONDERFUL.

  7. Emma

    Who is Jimmy Justice? This sounds interesting.

  8. Emma

    Thanks, Red Dawn.

  9. Jimmy Justice is his moniker that he uses to protect his identity. He is not a vigilante like the title of the article suggests. Vigilantes operate outside of the law. He’s a citizen who is using a video camera to document traffic cops who shamelessly break the very laws they’re sworn to uphold. He is facing stiff resistance because he is mostly alone against a system that doesn’t like to be held accountable for any wrongdoing.

    “All Farm Animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.”

  10. Moon-howler

    Emma, thanks for the explanation. I must have missed the why part of the story. I thought maybe you had won it.

    I once drank some very expensive turkish wine on ICE with a friend whose husband had just left her. It was his wine. He nearly died when he found out we drank it on ice. He was snob who had nothing to be snobby about which made that wine go down ever so much better.

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