Arlington Commonwealth Attorney Theo Stamos
If you were asked to disclose your religion to get a job in government, you’d say, “that’s none of your business.”
Any public employer who wants to know your religion is wrongly using your response to prefer or reject you for a public job.
The interview question also violates federal and state constitutional rights and statutory prohibitions against asking a job applicant about his faith.
The Commonwealth Attorney from Arlington, Theo Stamos, nevertheless told a court last week that there’s nothing wrong about “probing” a public job applicant’s “religious beliefs.” Continue reading
Supervisor Delgaudio pretending to be a criminal source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BWMgydjhOc
The Arlington County prosecutor, Theophani K. Stamos, looking into the gay-bashing Loudoun County Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, never invited the grand jury to vote on whether Mr. Delgaudio committed any crime.
She identified one crime, then said Mr. Delgaudio couldn’t commit it, and took the voting decision away from the grand jury.
Mr. Delgaudio’s counsel said afterwards that Delgaudio “cooperated fully.” How is it then that the prosecutor never asked Mr. Delgaudio to testify before the Grand Jury “under oath?” Continue reading