The Washington Post is reporting this morning that Arlington Commonwealth’s Attorney, Theo Stamos, has begun forming a grand jury here in Loudoun to hear the case against Delgaudio.
Prosecutors have begun impaneling a grand jury to review evidence against Loudoun County Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, according to two people who were summoned for the selection process last week.
The potential jurors were convened Feb. 5 in Loudoun County Circuit Court, where a judge told them that the grand jury was being assembled to look into allegations against Delgaudio, the two people said.
Obviously, in that pile of documents that Scott York sat on for months, there is enough evidence of wrong-doing to provide plenty of work for a grand jury. The Post report says this:
The review would involve at least six sessions, specifically in the next two or three months.
[Prosecutor Stamos] said there were a lot of documents to be reviewed.
Which means that, while Eugene Delgaudio may well be indicted for his own misconduct, Scott York also has a lot to answer for. This information should have all been in Stamos’s hands back in April. Thanks to Donna Mateer’s bravery, Caitlin Gibson’s report in the Post, and the dedication of many others, including supporters and friends of this PAC, the truth about Eugene Delgaudio is finally coming out.