A Civil Rights Violation of Unimaginable Magnitude
Can local City-level governmental officials and judicial authorities enact their own laws without
having to answer to higher State and Federal authorities? In the good old boy network of
Southern America, the answer is unfortunately, a Yes! Any allegations, accusations, attributions
and statements with respect to any individual or group are of the sole opinion of Ronald Kublawi.
Springfield, VA (PRWEB) December 2009 -- Circuit Court of the City of Fredericksburg, VA. August 2008 -
Case # CR 08-390 & 391: City officials and judiciary appointees enact their own restaurant liquor laws to impose
21 felony charges against the partners of The ORM Group, according to Ronald Kublawi, one of the partners.
During May 2002, a partnership registered as, The ORM Group, is formed between Kublawi and 2 other
partners. ORM signs a 15-year lease with The Silver Company to take over a 2-story 30,000 sq ft building in
Fredericksburg to operate Uncle Sam's American Grill, providing a banquet facility, a restaurant, a sports bar and
an entertainment spot.
During first year of operations, Uncle Sam's built a politically-correct reputation. With a staff of 150, its banquet
facilities accommodated social and political functions hosting the Virginia Mayor, the Chamber of Commerce, the
Fredericksburg Police Department, plus many corporate bookings, weddings and Christmas parties. Often,
entertainment included 3 live bands performing Southern and Classic rock music.
Without paying proper attention to the exclusion of a non-compete clause from their lease, by 2004 the ORM
found themselves surrounded by nationally known franchise restaurants, causing a loss of $1 Million in food sales
during its second year of operations.
To make up for revenue loss, the ORM expanded entertainment venues to include DJ(s), Ladies' nights, Dance
and Hip-Hop music. This shift in entertainment identity attracted a younger crowd and a major influx of
Afro-American clientele. That is when conserv