Monroe County Convict Describes His Journey from Crime to Christ

“NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD” by Todd Sweet, ©2012 (Jan. 22, 2012) — Editor’s Note:  The Post & Email had published an initial letter received from Tennessee State Penitentiary inmate Todd Sweet which described his perceptions of life in Monroe County, TN, including his time in the county jail, where he met Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, […]

Eastern Tennessee Has Been a Hotbed of Corruption for Decades

WHEN DID THE LOCAL MEDIA STOP REPORTING IT? by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 21, 2011) — The Post & Email has been reporting for more than 18 months on corruption in Monroe, Roane, McMinn, Madison and other counties in Tennessee and has learned that such corruption has been a scourge in the area “for generations.” A […]

Fitzpatrick Hearing Scheduled for January 17

AMID CONCERNS FOR HEALTH AND WELFARE by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 12, 2012) — The Post & Email has learned that a hearing originally scheduled for January 10 for Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III did not take place, but a court date has been set for Tuesday, January 17, 2012.  A reader of The Post & Email […]

Second Update on Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

REPORTS:  SLEEPING ON FLOOR, DIABETIC FOOT ULCER, POOR HYGIENE by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 8, 2012) — Visitors to see Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III at the Monroe County jail over the last two weeks have reported that Fitzpatrick has a diabetic ulcer on his heel and rarely gets to shower. The risk of skin infection for […]

Congratulations!

IS THERE “STANDING” AFTER ALL? January 3, 2011 To:  Liberty Legal Foundation, Atty. Van Irion From:  Lloyd Carter Congratulations! May God be on America’s side once again.  I pray for the success of your efforts in Georgia on January 26th and all others who are fighting this fight in the various courts where the judges […]

Citizen Receives Response from Tennessee Governor’s Office on Monroe County Jail Conditions

COMPLAINT REFERRED TO THE TENNESSEE CORRECTIONS INSTITUTE December 29, 2011 Dear Editor: The following email was sent to Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s office: To the Gov on Dec. 17, 2011 Subject—Will retired Naval Commander die on your watch? Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III is being held in a cold solitary confinement cell in the Monroe County, […]

Update: Letter Asks Tennessee Governor if He is Corrupt

AND WHAT WILL HIS ANSWER BE? December 17, 2011 Governor Haslam, It is my understanding that Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III is being held in a cold solitary confinement cell in the Monroe County, Tennessee jail.  I also understand that he is being deprived of the medicine needed to control his diabetes. Could this be true??  […]

Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III: “They Want Me Dead”

“IT’S BEEN PRETTY RUGGED” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 4, 2011) — Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, who was arrested and incarcerated on September 23, 2011 following a sentencing hearing in the Monroe County, TN courthouse, was released on the morning of December 3. He reported that he spent eight of the ten weeks in Cell 9, […]

Affidavit Re: Incarceration of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

HORRIFIC CONDITIONS REPORTED AND OBSERVED by M. J. Blanchard (Oct. 31, 2011) — The following information was taken from notes entered on an ACLU supermax check list and a recording made immediately after an interview was conducted of Walter Fitzpatrick III on October 30, 2011 at ~ 0900 hours.  The interview took place during visiting […]

Contacts Made on Behalf of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

RETIRED NAVY COMMANDER AGAIN JAILED AS A RESULT OF FALSE INDICTMENTS by Sharon Rondeau Is the Monroe County courthouse running a criminal enterprise to enrich those running the shadow government there? (Sep. 29, 2011) — Several readers of The Post & Email have confirmed that Walter Fitzpatrick has been returned to the Monroe County, TN […]

Update on Walter Fitzpatrick

“NO DIFFERENT THAN MONROE COUNTY” by a Visitor (Sep. 25, 2011) — The following email was received in the editor’s mailbox this evening: Hello Sharon We did go to see Walter today…what a trial that was….but don’t tell Walt that or he will feel bad. We arrived shortly before 1:30 into a concrete walled room […]

Walter Fitzpatrick Transferred to Loudon County Jail

BUT WHY? by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 24, 2011) — The Post & Email was informed today that Walter Fitzpatrick, who was arrested following his sentencing hearing on September 23, 2011 at the Monroe County courthouse, has been transferred to the Loudon County jail. The sentencing hearing was in regard to a conviction for assault rendered […]

Eyewitness: Fitzpatrick Arrested within 30 Minutes

“THERE WERE A FEW SUPPORTERS THERE” by an Observer (Sep. 23, 2011) — We went in a little before 9:00.  There were a few people there sitting behind Walter, supporting him. It started with the prosecutor, Mr. Stutts.  He brought up all the past convictions of Walter, which really amounted to all of the Monroe […]

Open Letter to Monroe County, TN Legislators

IS THIS THE WAY LIFE SHOULD BE? by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 16, 2011) — The following letter has been sent to Rep. Jimmy Matlock, representing Tennessee’s 21st district in the General Assembly, and State Senator Randy McNally, who represents Tenessee’s Fifth District, both of which include Monroe County, about which The Post & Email has […]

Tennessee Prosecutor Argues Not All Men are Legally Allowed to Use a Firearm in Self-Defense of an Attacker Perceived Deadly!

BIZARRE PROSECUTION THEORY NEVER BEFORE RAISED IN A TENNESSEE STATE OR FEDERAL CASE by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (May 17, 2011) — [Editor’s Note: The report that follows depicts events as they occurred on the morning of May 16, 2011.] On the threshold of a murder trial beginning in just hours, Prosecutor James H. Stutts […]

Have the Perpetrators of Jim Miller’s Murder Been Identified?

INFORMATION HAS BEEN SENT TO THE FBI…BUT WILL THEY ACT? by Sharon Rondeau (May 11, 2011) — On October 27, 2010, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III was arrested on a charge of failing to appear in court for a procedural hearing regarding his attorney-of-record, who had been dismissed from the case approximately ten days earlier. As […]