The news out of Los Angeles that felony voter-fraud charges have been filed against a local Latino activist is a classic case of poetic justice. Nativo Lopez is accused of fraudulently registering to vote at a commercial address in Los Angeles and voting in the 2008 presidential primary even though he actually lived in Orange County. Lopez has long been a vociferous advocate of open borders, immigrant amnesty, and treating illegal aliens like citizens. He was recalled from his service on the Santa Ana school board after he was accused of failing to enforce Proposition 227, which prohibited bilingual education in California. Lopez is currently the head of the Mexican American Political Association, but he may be more familiar to readers of the Corner as the head in 1996 of Hermandad Mexicana Nacional, the organization that was accused of registering non-citizens (and encouraging them to vote) in the Dornan/Sanchez congressional contest. Dornan lost that race by less than 1,000 votes even though the evidence showed that thousands of noncitizens had voted in the election. But local prosecutors and the Reno Justice Department refused to prosecute Lopez or Hermandad. I guess long-delayed justice has finally come around to bite Lopez. And liberals say that voter registration fraud never leads to ballot fraud!