Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Jonathan Romans Gets Served ! A Fine August Day at the VMFA

YOU'VE BEEN SERVED!  

Guess who showed up on the Boulevard yesterday?  When our Flaggers arrived at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) for an afternoon of flagging, they were quickly joined by this man.  Our readers may recall that Richmond Police had reported that they were unable to locate Jonathan Romans to serve him warrants for assault and disorderly conduct, issued after several recent attacks on our Flaggers. 

Our Flaggers immediately called the police and VMFA security came out to assist.  



After detaining him for nearly an hour, the warrants were secured and served.  Mr. Romans was not very happy and made quite a scene, yelling and attracting all kinds of attention.  



He will soon have his day in court and we will follow up to make sure he is prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  October will mark 5 years of our ongoing protests at the VMFA, after museum officials forced the removal of Confederate flags from the portico of the Confederate Memorial Chapel, on the grounds of Robert E Lee Memorial Park, established in memory of the Veterans who lived and died at the Lee Camp #1 Old Soldiers Home.



We acknowledge and respect the rights of any citizen to do the same, but will not tolerate those whose behavior violates the law or who attack our Flaggers in any way.  The recent arrests and convictions are sending a clear signal to social justice warriors in Richmond that their uncivil behavior will not be tolerated, and we hope that Mr. Romans soon gets the same message.

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