TRIAL IN MONROE COUNTY ON MONDAY
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 1, 2012) — Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, whose exposure of corruption in Tennessee The Post & Email has covered extensively over the past three years, will be tried on the charge of “tampering with government records” on Monday, December 3, 2012, at the Monroe County courthouse in Madisonville. The public is invited to attend.
Last week, bomb threats were made against a total of 30 Tennessee courthouses and public offices. There has been no word from law enforcement as to who the perpetrators might be. Earlier in November, similar threats were made in Nebraska, Washington state, and Oregon. The Monroe County courthouse was not one of those threatened, but Fitzpatrick is concerned that a perpetrator targeted Tennessee similarly to the false threat called in to law enforcement prior to his April 20, 2012 assignment hearing at the same courthouse during which between 100 and 200 law enforcement officers from six counties, the FBI and TBI converged on the small town after a threat of a plot to “take over the courthouse” in Madisonville was made, self-reported by William L. Bryan.
As a result of the false report, Darren Wesley Huff is serving a four-year prison term for a crime he did not commit.
Fitzpatrick has recently appeared on several radio shows with hosts Andrea Shea King and Dr. Laurie Roth, a former presidential candidate in 2012. Podcasts of the shows are available here. On November 29, Roth reported that she believed her sound system had been hacked, which was during the time that Fitzpatrick and she were recording the radio shows on the subject of treason.
Fitzpatrick has filed criminal complaints of treason against Barack Hussein Obama and those assisting him in what Fitzpatrick claims is their installation of an “unconstitutional, treasonous government.” His first complaint was filed on March 17, 2009, and was never addressed, and subsequent complaints have received the same response.
Several thousand other citizens signed a treason complaint sent to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III in August 2010. To the knowledge of The Post & Email, no response was provided by Mueller or anyone within the agency.
The Knoxville FBI has refused to investigate hard evidence of jury-rigging in the Tenth Judicial District, which includes Monroe County. An investigation was reportedly launched in late August into allegations of misconduct among prosecutors within the district, but in accordance with policy, no public official can confirm that an investigation is ongoing.
A call made to District Attorney General R. Steven Bebb’s office on Wednesday inquiring as to whether or not Bebb is still functioning in his position was not returned. In September, Bebb had pledged to step aside while the investigation went forward, and a former Tennessee attorney general was assigned to assume Bebb’s duties. However, Fitzpatrick has reported that Bebb is carrying out his duties as usual.