In this exclusive Schilling Show video, Louis Schultz resident of Market Street in Charlottesville, Virginia, is arrested while defending his private property rights.

Prior to his arrest, Mr. Schultz had moved his car into position to block an unauthorized city work vehicle that was on his property without permission.

Mr. Schultz subsequently was charged with a Class 5 Felony (assault) and was jailed. A bail hearing is set for Friday, April 30 at 10:00 AM.

Updates will be posted upon availability.



  1. I feel bad for Louis. It’d be nice to see a timeline of his troubles with the city. It’s been going on for a while. I thought the city had already seized parts of his property, not by condemnation, but by simply trespassing and occupying the property. So if I park my car in your driveway and block you, that’s assault? We need people to stand up to injustice. But I think it’s a lost cause. The city has unlimited resources and guns and will keep charging you with crimes as they commit crimes against you. Louis should sell the house (if possible) and move somewhere secluded in the county. Keep the history alive and take pictures of the crime scene and post the story to a blog.

  2. Louis has well documented his troubles with the City of Charlottesville and their incursions. I’ve invited him to post the entire story here as a guest editorial. I would anticipate that post very soon.

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