The Madisonville Hoax “Debunked”
“A WEALTH OF INFORMATION”
by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III
Corrupt individuals in the Monroe County courthouse, prosecutor’s office, and law enforcement worked together with members of The Fogbow to perpetrate a report that armed men would be “taking over the courthouse” on April 20, 2010 when in fact, there was no plan on anyone’s part to commit an illegal act
(Apr. 18, 2013) — [Editor's Note: The following communication was sent to an editor of a major Tennessee newspaper to explain a series of events which led up to the deployment of more than 100 local police, FBI and TBI agents, and county sheriffs into Madisonville, the county seat of Monroe County, on April 20, 2010, the day on which Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III had an assignment hearing. No violence occurred, and phone calls revealed by then-Madisonville Mayor Allan Watson warning of impending violence were not investigated by the FBI.
The phone calls were made by members of The Fogbow, who were working to discredit Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III and make him appear to be a "domestic terrorist." Fogbow members sent flowers to the court clerk and court reporter after they cooperated with them on several levels, including issuing an unofficial transcript of court hearings for both Fitzpatrick and Huff held on June 28, 2010 which the two defendants were unable to obtain themselves but which Fogbow members posted on the internet.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press, which covered Fitzpatrick's case and that of Darren Huff, never corrected its story to say that the "grand jury foreman" had been serving illegally for 28 years and that Huff did not "lead a group of armed individuals" into Madisonville. There were no arrests made that day nor anyone reported by name as having carried or brandished a gun.
Ten days later, Darren Huff was arrested on two federal firearms charges even though he had locked his guns in his toolbox prior to arriving in Madisonville and neither entered the courthouse nor broke any law while in Madisonville. Tenth Judicial District Attorney General Steve Bebb committed perjury at Huff's trial, while a reporter for a regional newspaper denied to Fitzpatrick that Bebb ever testified.
Fitzpatrick will be a guest on The Roth Show at 7:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday to explain the Madisonville Hoax further.]
We are less than three days out from the Boston Marathon explosions. Today, during the immediate aftermath, there is in plain view a frantic law enforcement effort regarding the capture and processing of clues and evidences from social media sites, emails, twitter feeds, and landline and cell phone records. There is an especial focus regarding cell phone use (two screen shots taken this morning attached below on point – “suspect trapped by cell phone”).
Although there was an over-abundance of exactly this type and kind of Internet and telephonic material, the FBI–working together with their “fusion center” law enforcement partners–expended no energy and expressed no interest in gathering easily available, relevant information in the days following what the FBI describes still today as a “domestic terrorist” activity occurring on Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010. LINK
On 26 April 2010, FBI Special Agent Mark A. van Balen swore out an affidavit indiscriminately and obliquely describing a group of people in Madisonville on 20 April 2010 as domestic terrorists joined in common cause with Mr. Darren Huff. It’s documented that government and law enforcement officials were forewarned by way of emails and telephone calls that this group was coming to Madisonville on 20 April 2010. Government operatives such as Judge Carroll Lee Ross, former Monroe County Mayor Allan Watson, Madisonville Police Chief Gregg Breeden, 10th Judicial District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb and Bebb’s quisling Assistant DA James H. Stutts named myself and a few supporters as “dangerous” people responsible for making or sending electronic communications threatening a “take over” of Madisonville. LINK
Chattanooga Times Free Press reporter Pam Sohn recorded this Stutts saying this on 5 October 2010:
“These people are dangerous,” Stutts said after the judge denied the dismissal request. “They think they can make up their own law.” LINK
Stutts’ public statement, taken together with public statements from other government functionaries, are completely consistent with reports the FOGBOW GANG called-in and emailed in to Monroe County government offices beginning the first week of April 2010. My 35-page McMinn County Grand Jury sworn affidavit submission contains more detail and is previously submitted for your examination.
I maintain, regarding these electronic communications, that not only is the FBI’s incurious attitude suspicious, I maintain the complete absence of any effort expressed in this obvious and supremely important line of investigation represents but one proof that the FOGBOW GANG and law enforcement officials worked together in perpetrating The MADISONVILLE HOAX!
I have reason to believe that Mr. Jim Miller, in his capacity as a Loudon County Tennessee deputy sheriff, came to some knowledge regarding the existence and conduct of The MADISONVILLE HOAX! I have reason to believe Deputy Miller was subsequently murdered in a government backed mob-style hit that ensured Deputy Miller’s silence, while simultaneously sending a message throughout East Tennessee intended to ensure the silence of so many others.
Carefully consider that a wealth of information is available for collection right now! Yet, no law enforcement investigator is digging.
Meanwhile, the FOGBOW GANG and law enforcement officials remain in complete agreement to this day regarding what they say was going to happen and then lying about what actually did happen.
There is evidence that the FOGBOW GANG made phone calls and sent emails:
“Mayor Allan Watson confirmed they were working toward Fitzpatrick.”
(screen shot attachment of date stamped 5 April 2010)
Sometime later William “Foggy” Bryan proudly asserts:
“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick,
when he showed up on April 20  with a group of armed men
who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.” LINK
After that “Foggy” cackles:
“I sent an email to Chief Breeden with ol’ Walt’s remarks highlighted, ‘specially where [Walt] said Breeden is a criminal and his department is corrupt. I figured that might brighten up [Breeden's] day considerable.’ “
(screen shot attachment date stamped 8 July 2010)
And there is evidence that Monroe County government officials received emails and phone calls. Former Monroe County Mayor Allan’s statement of 20 April 2010:
“There had been a couple of threats phoned in to the Courthouse.
’I don’t know all the details of the threats…I was told one threat came in Monday night [19 April 2010]
and there was another one Tuesday morning [20 April 2010].’ ” LINK
Then, just last month, on 18 March 2013, “Foggy” Bryan confirms once more the complete cooperation between “Foggy’s” FOGBOW GANG and the FBI partnered with local and Tennessee state law enforcement:
“The cops were GRATEFUL the members of Politijab
[that then became FOGBOW] alerted them to the plot.
[The cops] made an arrest. [The cops] got a conviction.
[The cops] believe that Darren Huff and some other people WERE
going to try to take over the courthouse by force,
and they are grateful that [the cops] were able to
‘thwart’ that by showing up in force and cowing
domestic terrorists from making the attempt.”
(screen shot date stamped 18 March 2013)
“Foggy’s” March 2013 statement is completely congruent with the perjured testimony of Robert Steven Bebb, Mike “too tall” Hall, and Mark A. van Balen connected to Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.
The FOGBOW GANG said a terrorist group was headed armed and dangerous to Madisonville on Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010.
Later, “the cops” claimed that this armed and dangerous terrorist group actually arrived in Madisonville and were seen loading guns, and milling about the streets armed.
The fly in the ointment is this: Nothing theFOGBOW GANG said was going to happen, or that “the lying cops” afterwards claimed happened ever actually did happen.
It was all a hoax. The MADISONVILLE HOAX!
This is why, for instance, “the cops” never attempted to inquire into or tracked down any of the electronic communications, but most suspiciously, the two calls former Mayor Allan Watson detailed: The 19 April 2010 Monday night call followed up by the call that someone caught the next morning on 20 April 2010.
FBI Special Agent Chuck Reed stood in Darren Huff’s Georgia home on the evening of the 19th April 2010 conducting an interrogation of Darren.
Darren was under FBI surveillance the next morning, 20 April 2010.
So then how come now law enforcement investigator ever looked into those two calls if the it were ever really believed that a terrorist group was planning to “take over” Madisonville?
Coming full circle to the beginning of this correspondence, ask yourself that question in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The reason is because The FOGBOW GANG, the FBI and local and Tennessee state law enforcement were working together to perpetrate The MADISONVILLE HOAX! on the american people.
“This case is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent
for case law in future domestic terrorism cases throughout the United States.” LINK!
IT’S OPEN SEASON FOR
THOUGHT CRIME PROSECUTIONS
Here endth today’s lesson!
Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III
United States Navy Retired
United States Naval Academy at Annapolis
Class of 1975
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