Wright vs Vohra
Wright vs Vohra
VA circuit court Henrico county
Acceptance of an appeal for the Circuit Court of Henrico VA case CL13-2912 was DENIED October 23, 2019.
Media Release – Community Seeks Relief Through VA Supreme Court
Across the Nation, battles occur between Islamic entitlement and enforcement of American civil liberties and property rights. One such battle is occurring in Henrico County in central Virginia, a battle between legacy American property rights and expansion of the Islamic Center of Richmond (ICR). This battle is not about freedom to worship protected under the First Amendment or federal laws granting exemption waivers from local land zoning laws. It is about abuse of the courts through lawfare to create a Muslim preserve (village) in Central Virginia through force majeure, harassment and intimidation.
Since 2013, defendant Sylvia Hoehns Wright has been entangled in a civil complaint of which on November 8 2018, the Circuit Court issued an order dismissing the case under code 8.01-335B, no activity for more than three years. Released from a ‘mistrial status’, Wright filed on December 7, 2018 an appeal for Circuit Court for County of Henrico VA case CL13-2912, with the Supreme Court of VA, the highest level court in the Commonwealth of VA.
Wright specifically challenges the outcome of a Circuit Court bench trial, held June 20, 2014 to determine affected parties conflicting claims of ownership and easement rights. The appeal states the Circuit Court erred in its opinion when it issued a ruling based on ‘speculation’ instead of facts recorded in the records room of Henrico County VA. Having based its opinion on speculation, the court ruled plaintiff Vohra’s deeds of record contained ‘drafting or clerical errors’; and Wright held a non-exclusive instead of exclusive easement of ingress and egress to her properties. The Court further erred when it shift burden of proof onto a defendant instead of the plaintiff to produce evidence.
While ‘error one’, drafting or clerical errors, is specific to the affected properties, ‘error two’ a decision to alter Wright’s exclusive easement rights to non-exclusive is not.
To rule an ingress egress easement is neither land nor an interest in land and thus cannot be subject to the language of a deed establishes case law that can be used to undermine the stability of all properties dependent on ingress egress easements for access. Hence, Wright first requested a ‘reconsideration’ which was denied on September 23, 2014; and presently, has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court of VA, the highest level court in the Commonwealth of VA.
In response to Wright’s request for appeal, plaintiff Yunus Vohra filed a brief in opposition; instead of providing evidence, he again based his objection on the lower court’s opinion of ‘speculation’ of drafting or clerical errors in his deeds of property ownership.
Acceptance of an appeal for Circuit Court of Henrico VA case CL13-2912 was DENIED October 23, 2019. According to an attorney, VA code 55.50 still applies specific to the merge of a private road into a public road. The outcome of this civil suit remains in so to speak 'judges chambers', not visible to public access so hopefully it will NOT be used by others to further erode private property rights in the state of Virginia.
Islamic Lawfare vs Governmental Structures
Globally, one community at a time, lawfare is used as a strategy by Islamic communities to force all into acceptance of their perceived religious right, Sharia Law. A term comprised of the words law and warfare, lawfare is a form of legal warfare consisting of using an affected community’s legal system against its residents, such as by damaging or delegitimizing them, tying up their time or attempting to win a public relations victory, the perception Islam is entitled to exist outside of its occupied nation’s legal system.
The goal of the Islamic Center of Richmond for Henrico County VA is to establish 3 mosque sites: Impala, Hungary and Shady Grove roads.
The Impala Road Mosque (Islamic Center of Henrico) was established successfully through use of lawfare when ICR solicited support from the Department of Justice(DOJ) to file a civil suit against the County of Henrico. The Hungary Road Mosque (Islamic Center of Richmond) was established by Yunus Vohra. Vohra, acting as a ‘strawman’ for the Islamic Center of Richmond, sought to establish a caliphate – a home base location – in the community of Glen Allen’s Hungary Road corridor. The Shady Grove mosque (Islamic Center of West End) is under construction.
While there is a religious leader, civil court proceedings revealed ICR’s leadership to be comprised of leadership of Mosques located north of the Greater Richmond Area’s James River who regularly meet at the Hungary Road site.
In early 2012, after filing a plan of development for construction of a mega Mosque complex at Hungary Road in Glen Allen and subdivision plan to create an Islamic Village, their spokesperson Vohra declared jihad (holy war) against the community of Hoehns Lakeview Farms. He removed fencing previously installed by ICR’s president and encouraged all to enter adjacent properties through the community’s private road Hoehns.
Inspired by the County’s deferral of community civil and criminal rights to his Islamic community, Vohra first filed in November of 2013 a civil suit which demand the real property and property rights of Wright and others be vacated to him; and then, in January of 2014, upgraded his civil suit to a full blown SLAPP suit which demand Wright as the ‘dominate’ landowner in addition to loss of her real property rights, pay him 3 times 1.4 million $ and be charged with criminal conspiracy.
Legacy Property Rights vs Islamic Entitlement, a Henrico County of VA Political Agenda
Residents of Hoehns Lakeview Farms located in Henrico County Virginia have described their experience of lawfare as a ‘shot gun blast’ of legal assault intended to bypass local, state and federal laws and regulation. As a result, simply put, while community residents no longer expect civility from those associated with the Mosque, they do expect better of those associated with their local government.
Nevertheless, County leadership has consistently avoided confronting the ICR community, excusing their failure of enforcement as a commitment to RLUIPA, Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000.
Wright’s Recommended Action Plan
Concerned for the welfare of a nearby community, Hanover County delegate Christopher Peace sponsored an antiSLAPP amendment. The Virginia General Assembly enact legislation effective July 1, 2016 which will prohibit further use of this strategy as a form of Islamic lawfare against state of VA residents.
Grateful for legislators who have sought to protect their community, Wright presently recommends to ALL to
1. Selectively use rights to vote to ensure the election of people who value constitutional rights.
2. Lobby for agency functions that monitor enforcement of local government plan of development agreements, proffers and/or compliance of VA Code requirements – there is presently such a function for those who violate ‘fair housing’ laws.
3. Lobby for land use processes that require ‘clear title’ of properties prior to approval for land use development.
4. Ensure there is a ‘next level’ of law enforcement (VA Fusion Center) when local structures fail to prevent ‘breaches of peace’ – no person should receive written notice from governmental representatives that he/she can defend his/her own rights.
5. Become involved in supporting much needed ‘anti-SLAPP nation-wide legislation which will deter lawsuits intended to censor, intimidate, and silence critics by burdening them with the cost of a legal defense until they abandon their criticism or opposition.
6. And, perhaps more importantly, urge all to make a choice to ‘stand with’ one such affected community – GoFundMe – Hoehns Lakeview Farms, https://www.gofundme.com/a5hp78uc .
As a ‘dominate landowner’ who remains entangled in the Islamic strategy of lawfare, Sylvia Hoehns Wright invites all to follow her community’s ‘fight for their rights’ by joining facebook group, I stand with Hoehns Lakeview Farms’ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1559320897724790/) or reviewing updates posted to the GoFundMe – Hoehns Lakeview Farms ( https://www.gofundme.com/a5hp78uc).
For as Christopher Peace, delegate Hanover County for VA General Assembly says, “Protecting religious freedom does not mean permitting people to violate the law in the name of religious freedom. Religious freedom remains freedom to believe, but not a freedom to act in violation of facially neutral laws. For many years people defended racist laws as being required by their religion. But religion should not grant one the right to ignore the law. Jefferson advised us that if a neutral law required action that violated a person’s religious belief that person had to abide by the law. We are a nation of laws after all.”
Mosques in America: A Guide to Accountable Permit Hearings and Continuing Citizen Oversight, https://www.amazon.com/Mosques-America-Accountable-Continuing-Oversight/dp/1540729176
Lawfare, American Property Rights versus Muslim Supremacy, www.lulu.com/shop/sylvia-hoehns-wright/lawfare-american-property-rights-versus-muslim-supremacy/paperback/product-23303830.html