Loudoun judge disbelieves BOE officials, but rules in their favor in costly FOIA case

From Washington Post:

A Loudoun County judge ruled Monday that the county’s Board of Equalization did not violate the state Freedom of Information Act when its members berated a woman who took a flash photo, summoned a sheriff’s deputy to seize her camera, watched as the deputy escorted her from the room and then took a hugely significant vote while she was out of the room.