Breaking News on George Raudenbush Case From Monroe County, TN

Breaking News on George Raudenbush Case From Monroe County, TN

WILL TENNESSEE’S CRIMES AGAINST ITS CITIZENS FINALLY BE THWARTED? by George Raudenbush, ©2016 (Aug. 31, 2016) — [Editor’s Note:  The following press release was received late Tuesday from George Raudenbush, a Christian missionary and former Tennessee state inmate whose traffic convictions were reversed by an appellate court in late 2013 resulting from Judge Carroll Lee […]

Blackwood Spares George Raudenbush Jail Time

Blackwood Spares George Raudenbush Jail Time

“IT WAS JUST GOD THAT INTERVENED” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — A sentencing hearing was held at 12:00 noon on Monday at the Monroe County, TN courthouse for George Joseph Raudenbush, III after an initial report that the hearing had been advanced to 9:00 a.m. without notice. Before the opening of business on […]

Monroe County, TN: Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

Monroe County, TN:  Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

“THE PEOPLE…HAVE TURNED THEIR BACK ON GOD” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — Christian missionary George Joseph Raudenbush, III is scheduled to be sentenced on seven convictions from a November 25 trial on Monday, December 15, at noon, but for the second time, he has no attorney. In August 2011, Raudenbush was convicted on […]

Breaking: Exclusive: George Raudenbush Released from Prison

Breaking:  Exclusive:  George Raudenbush Released from Prison

“A LOT OF GOOD IS GOING TO COME OUT OF THIS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 14, 2014) — A Tennessee man has been released from state prison after his convictions on eight traffic violations were reversed by an appeals court last month. George Raudenbush was officially released on Wednesday but first transferred to another prison.  […]

George Raudenbush Granted New Trial by Tennessee Appeals Court

George Raudenbush Granted New Trial by Tennessee Appeals Court

BUT WHAT OF THE COMPROMISED GRAND JURY? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 22, 2013) — In a letter received approximately two weeks ago, Tennessee state prisoner George Raudenbush wrote that “This may be one of the last mission update reports I send from North East Correctional Center, as my release could be any day.” On Saturday, […]

Eyewitness to Raudenbush Trial Believes Jury was Rigged

Eyewitness to Raudenbush Trial Believes Jury was Rigged

“IT WAS JUST A PRETENSE’” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 12, 2014) — On November 25, Christian missionary George Joseph Raudenbush III was convicted on seven counts of vehicular infractions stemming from an incident on December 30, 2010 in the town of Tellico Plains, TN. Last December, Raudenbush’s initial convictions from 2011 were reversed by an […]

Tennessee Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood Declares After Raudenbush Trial: “I Want This Done Before Christmas”

Tennessee Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood Declares After Raudenbush Trial:  “I Want This Done Before Christmas”

MONROE COUNTY TRIAL JURY PERFORMS JUDGE’S DIRTY WORK AGAIN by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 11, 2014) — “I made a choice to get out of that situation,” Christian missionary George Raudenbush said of his decision to drive away from a scene wherein a Tellico Plains, TN police officer who had been fired from the Monroe County […]

Tennessee Corruption Victim Mike Parsons Featured on Several Radio Shows Broadcast Nationally and Internationally

Tennessee Corruption Victim Mike Parsons Featured on Several Radio Shows Broadcast Nationally and Internationally

CRIMINALS POSING AS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS SEEKING “ENHANCED PUNISHMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 13, 2015) — An entrepreneur, former special deputy, farmer, licensed general contractor, and former Civil Air Patrol pilot who has been victimized by local Tennessee government has been telling his story as he awaits trial on yet two more trumped-up charges in Tipton […]

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case

“THE GRAND JURY IS WHAT MAKES US A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 9, 2015) — On Thursday, a 25-page appeal was filed with the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, Eastern Division, on behalf of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who was convicted last June of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” after he brought […]

Monroe County, TN Court Clerk Responds to The Post & Email

Monroe County, TN Court Clerk Responds to The Post & Email

“IT IS THE WAY IT IS DONE IN TENNESSEE…” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — On Monday morning, after hearing from a man convicted a second time of traffic violations in Monroe County, TN that the time of his sentencing hearing had been changed from noon to 9:00 a.m. without notice to him, The […]

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

“FOCUSING ON THE POSITIVES IS WHAT’S IMPORTANT” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 8, 2014) — A Tennessee Christian missionary who has already spent more than two years in state prison on convictions for traffic violations from nearly four years ago is facing sentencing a second time on December 15. In August 2011, George Joseph Raudenbush, III […]

Tennesseans Appear Unaware of Public Corruption in Their State

Tennesseans Appear Unaware of Public Corruption in Their State

“QUIET” DESCENDS AFTER POST & EMAIL READER DETAILS GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION IN THE VOLUNTEER STATE by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 20, 2014) — In response to an article at the Political Outcast blog entitled “What Happens if ISIS Attacks in Tennessee:  A Second Amendment Response,” commenters apparently from the Volunteer State discussed what their responses might be […]

Status Hearing on Monday for Falsely-Accused Marvin William Young

Status Hearing on Monday for Falsely-Accused Marvin William Young

WHOSE BOND SHOULD BE REVOKED? by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 24, 2014) — On Monday, Marvin William Young is scheduled to attend a status hearing on charges stemming from a meeting he had last year with Larry David Godwin, the man who now illegally possesses everything Young’s father worked for until his death on February 25, […]

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