Letter: Scott Nalley, Ashburn

Editor:I felt compelled to write this letter as I am completely dismayed at the Democrats attempt to hijack the election for the Commonwealth’s Attorney in Loudoun.

Essentially, they are seeking to remove the choice from the citizens; not very democratic is it. This is very similar to their behavior during the judicial selection process earlier this year. They claimed outrage and offense in an attempt to get their chosen candidate appointed to the bench.Now, they are petitioningthe court to remove the voters from the election process.

            I completely support Nicole Wittmann, even if I didn’t the attempt to hijack an election is very disturbing.  

One has to wonder now that if Ms. Biberaj is willing to take this shortcut, what other shortcuts would she take if she is elected? Would she be willing to withhold exculpatory evidence from the defense to win a trial? Would she be willing to suborn perjury to win her case? After this action, those questions must be on the table.

Scott Nalley, Ashburn

7 thoughts on “Letter: Scott Nalley, Ashburn

  • 2019-08-27 at 10:22 am
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    Is Mr. Nalley “dismayed” because of chicanery by the Democrats, or because his nominee might have been caught in trying to fool the electorate? Seems to me it’s a binary choice: Either Ms. Wittman lives in Loudoun or she doesn’t if the proper rules are applied. For me, I will hold my condemnation of either political wing until the court has had a chance to investigate and decide. I’ll bet the Republicans would have pointed out the same issue if they suspected the Democrat lived outside the county’s borders. The citizens could continue to have a choice if the Republicans had properly vetted their candidate. So, let’s wait and see what the impartial court has to say about it and then we can gleefully point fingers at the losers.

  • 2019-08-27 at 10:53 am
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    Dang, Galluponover, that’s a very reasonable approach to this issue. Not used to seeing much of that in these parts…

  • 2019-08-27 at 4:18 pm
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    Where you live does not make you a prosecutor just a resident Buta may live her but is a joke in the courtroom when it comes to bad guys.

    • 2019-08-28 at 9:33 pm
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      Wow – what at ridiculous statement – YES it does matter where you live when you are running for office to represent Loudoun County as its Commonwealth Attorney and then LIE about where you live – sorry Mr. Orange but I don’t suffer fools lightly. I have seen Buta in court and she is the furthest thing from a joke but instead an accomplished litigator and someone to be admired, in direct contrast to Wittman who is finally get her “day in court”!

  • 2019-08-28 at 10:07 pm
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    I am surprised that Mr. Nalley would actually sign his name to such an illogical letter. It’s been alleged that Witymann made numerous false statements under penalties of perjury that she resided in Loudoun County when in fact she did not. Should this be proven, and I expect that it will, having personally seen time and time again her utter lack of concern for the truth, shouldn’t we be worried about Wittmann hiding exculpatory evidence, suborning perjury, and making false statements to the court and the jury? The baseless allegations against Ms. Biberaj make no sense since clearly she is the honest one between the two. God have mercy on Loudoun County and its citizens if Wittmann remains on the ballot and wins the election. I say this regardless of the residency issue. If she’s able to lie her way out of this one, it doesn’t change the fact that’s who she is -somebody who is supposed to enforce the law but believes she’s above the law.

    • 2019-08-29 at 12:02 pm
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      Agree – Nalley’s ludicrous attempt to turn the tables is sorely lacking in common sense. So since Wittman lies and there is an attempt to hold her accountable for the deception to Loudoun County residents, Ms. Biberaj is now accused of trying to hijack the election?! There simply is not one ounce of logic in Nalley’s editorial and frankly it’s so far out in left field I am surprised it was even published!

  • 2019-08-29 at 2:00 pm
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    The discussion of whether it is important to live in Loudoun is of critical import for many reasons beyond whether a candidate should be electable or not. Why shouldn’t our Loudoun resident commuters pay less than a West Virginia resident considering that Loudoun taxpayer subsidized the bus, the driver, the maintenance yet both pay the same $11 for the one way trip to DC. WRONG!
    Why shouldn’t any fan of the Loudoun Soccer team pay a discounted price for tickets considering Loudoun subsidized the stadium, access roads etc for the team to be in Loudoun? Considering the Greenway is extremely under-assessed and literally exists within the borders of Loudoun why shouldn’t Loudoun residents pay a discounted price to ride on it? Well before she showed any political aspiration Buta was a first class volunteer to help children in LCPS even though she has no children of her own. SHE HAS ME VOTE!!!!!!

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