Tag: Stafford County Commonwealth’s Attorney

Where’s Vanessa Griffin? Not in Aquia, But in Paul Milde’s Pocket!

It wouldn’t be an election in Stafford without a residency controversy. And, Stafford’s non-resident Commonwealth Attorney Eric Olsen is at the center of controversy again – this time sweeping someone else’s residency issue under the rug. Aquia School Board Candidate

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Another Day, Another Law Broken By Olsen?!

Unless you have been living under a rock, you are no doubt already aware of the lawsuit filed this past Friday by Stafford County resident David Johnston challenging Eric “Law & Order” Olsen’s qualification to be on the ballot as

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Where’s Eric? Help Us Find Where He Lives, It’s Fun.

On Friday, we first reported the fact that Eric “Law & Order” Olsen’s string of thumbing his nose at the law had run out. Stafford County resident David Johnson formally filed a Petition for a Writ of Quo Warranto pursuant

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Eric Olsen, You Got Served!

It looks like Eric “Law & Order” Olsen’s string of thumbing his nose at the law has finally caught up with him. Stafford County resident David Johnston has formally filed a Petition for a Writ of Quo Warranto pursuant to

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