Posts Tagged ‘Lenwood Johnson’

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After yesterday's 21-13 loss to the Panthers, the Washington Pigskins are in trouble. Pigskins coach [...]

Bitchassness and Guns: Meet D.C.’s Most Eventful ANC Commissioner

Columbia Heights ANC commissioner Lenwood Johnson is getting some unwanted publicity this week, after the Washington Post's Mike DeBonis revealed that he's been using a government-issued phone to call adult phone lines. Johnson calls the lines, with names like D.C. Raven and D.C. Alibi, so much that he spent 158 hours on the phone with [...]

Cops Search Local Democrat’s Apartment for Gun

Lenwood Johnson's still in hot water with the authorities.
The D.C. Democratic State Committee member who told LL earlier this month that he owned an unregistered handgun was first visited by D.C. police last Saturday, where they performed an informal search. On Friday afternoon, lawmen returned to Johnson's Columbia Heights apartment, this time with a warrant.
Unfortunately [...]

Local Gun-Owning Democrat Visited by Police, Pledges Legal Compliance

Last week, LL brought you the story of Lenwood Johnson, the Columbia Heights resident and D.C. Democratic State Committee member who voted against a voting-rights resolution, and while in the process of explaining why he did so, explained to LL that he keeps an unregistered handgun.
"It's no big deal with me, owning a gun or [...]

Local Democrat Explains Vote Against Voting Rights, Admits Illegal Gun Possession

Last week, the D.C. Democratic State Committee voted in favor of a resolution urging President Barack Obama to mention D.C. voting rights in his upcoming State of the Union address.
Now voting rights is an issue of considerable consensus in this town, particularly among the political class. But not complete consensus, it turns out. One DCDSC [...]

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