A Call to State Legislators to Purge Their State of Corruption

A Call to State Legislators to Purge Their State of Corruption

BUT DO THEY HAVE EARS TO HEAR? by Michael Jackson, ©2014 Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2014 17:13:32 -0500 Subject: A Call To Righteousness To Rid This Malignancy From: Michael Jackson To: carol.simpson@capitol.tn.gov Dear Legislator Casada, (Carol Simpson) Good afternoon.  I am contacting you as a follow up and a follow through to my call that […]

Has the Second Battle of Athens Begun? pb

Has the Second Battle of Athens Begun? pb

PEACEFUL CALL TO ALL CITIZENS WHO HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION by Sharon Rondeau, h/t Linda Jordan (Jul. 5, 2014) — A legal defense fund has been established by citizen investigator Linda Jordan for CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who was falsely accused by a McMinn County, TN grand jury of serious crimes […]

Should Judge Blackwood Be Criminally Prosecuted?

Should Judge Blackwood Be Criminally Prosecuted?

PETITIONING GOVERNMENT NOW A CRIME PUNISHABLE WITH PRISON TIME by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 30, 2014) — 12:40 p.m. EDT – The petition launched at change.org on Sunday calling upon the Tennessee judiciary to cease and desist its illegal arrest, charging and conviction of innocent citizens for attempting to expose government corruption has garnered 55 signatures […]

Eastern Tennessee: America’s Penal Colony

Eastern Tennessee:  America’s Penal Colony

“WE’RE REAPING WHAT WE SOW AS PEOPLE” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 28, 2014) — As a result of corruption involving a Tennessee criminal court judge, the Tenth Judicial District prosecutor’s office, and a man who seized an inheritance from his wife who died under highly suspicious circumstances, Marvin Young has been falsely accused by Monroe […]

Breaking: Fitzpatrick Convicted on Two Felonies

Breaking:  Fitzpatrick Convicted on Two Felonies

AFTER STAR WITNESS PERJURES HIMSELF by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 24, 2014) — On Tuesday afternoon, a jury in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14-CR-69, convicted the defendant of aggravated perjury and extortion for attempting to submit a petition to the McMinn County grand jury in March. He was acquitted […]

Breaking: Jury Deliberating Fitzpatrick Case

Breaking:  Jury Deliberating Fitzpatrick Case

“THE JURY’S OUT” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 24, 2014) — A trial in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14-CR-69, has ended and the jury was in deliberations as of 10:30 a.m. EDT. The case was brought by former McMinn County grand jury foreman Jeffrey Cunningham, who alleged, but later […]

Why is Judge Blackwood Taking the Fitzpatrick Case to Trial?

Why is Judge Blackwood Taking the Fitzpatrick Case to Trial?

AND WHY IS HE HEARING IT? by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 22, 2014) — On Monday, June 23, a trial is scheduled in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) which accuses Fitzpatrick of three felonies and one misdemeanor charge. The allegations arose on March 18 of this year when Fitzpatrick […]

Tennessee Judges and Grand Jury Foremen: Violators of Law for More Than Three Decades

Tennessee Judges and Grand Jury Foremen:  Violators of Law for More Than Three Decades

HOW MANY GENERATIONS HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY AN OUT-OF-CONTROL JUDICIARY? by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 16, 2014) — Appointing orders obtained from various Tennessee courthouses show that criminal court judges have engaged in the practice of hand-selecting grand jury foremen for at least 34 years. The Fifth Amendment to the Bill of Rights included the grand […]

Will Blackwood’s Words Come Back to Haunt Him?

Will Blackwood’s Words Come Back to Haunt Him?

“NO DIFFERENT THAN ANY OTHER MEMBER OF THE GRAND JURY” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 11, 2014) — More than three years ago, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III subpoenaed several Tennessee judges to provide copies of any appointing orders for grand jury foremen they had signed over the course of their respective careers. Grand juries are mentioned […]

Tennessee District Attorney General’s Resignation Makes National News

Tennessee District Attorney General’s Resignation Makes National News

“WHAT IF COMMANDER FITZPATRICK IS RIGHT?” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 10, 2014) — As reported by The Post & Email on Monday evening via The Daily Post-Athenian, District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb for Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District resigned from his post nearly three months before he was set to leave office. The Post-Athenian’s article […]

Two Athens Attorneys Publish Lies About Judicial Candidate Van Irion

Two Athens Attorneys Publish Lies About Judicial Candidate Van Irion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from Atty. Van Irion (May 2, 2014) — Last week the Daily Post-Athenian published a half-page advertisement that was paid for by two local attorneys: William Biddle and his partner Chris Trew. The ad contained lies. The advertisement headline stated “Irion Not Qualified,” implying that Mr. Irion does not meet the qualifications […]

Tenth Judicial District Criminal Court Judge Candidate Responds to The Post & Email

Tenth Judicial District Criminal Court Judge Candidate Responds to The Post & Email

WHO IS TRULY “QUALIFIED?” by Sharon Rondeau (May 2, 2014) — On April 26, 2014, The Post & Email contacted Sandra Donaghy, Republican primary candidate for Criminal Court Judge in the Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee currently running against Atty. Van Irion, about the Tennessee attorney general’s statement that a grand jury foreman “is not […]

Judge Reedy Responds to The Post & Email…or Does She?

Judge Reedy Responds to The Post & Email…or Does She?

“YOU MAY WISH TO SEEK COMPETENT LEGAL ADVICE” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 28, 2014) — An incumbent criminal court judge running for re-election in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District has avoided The Post & Email’s questions regarding the appointment of grand jury foremen in which she has taken part for the last eight years, at a […]

Attorneys Behind Irion Attack Ad Decline Interview Request

Attorneys Behind Irion Attack Ad Decline Interview Request

“TREW” TO FORM? by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 28, 2014) — On Monday morning, The Post & Email contacted the law office of Biddle, Trew & Parr in Athens, TN, to request an interview with either Atty. Biddle or Atty. Trew, the authors of an advertisement in The Daily Post-Athenian urging voters not to cast their […]

Judge Amy Reedy Responds to The Post & Email’s Questions on the Grand Jury

Judge Amy Reedy Responds to The Post & Email’s Questions on the Grand Jury

“BY WHICH STATUTE IS IT PERMITTED?” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 27, 2014) — On Saturday evening, The Post & Email contacted Tenth Judicial District Criminal Court Judge Amy Armstrong Reedy and Seventh Judicial District Deputy Attorney General Sandra Donaghy through their respective campaign websites about the construction of grand juries in Tennessee. Reedy has served […]

What Prompted the Hit Piece in The Daily Post-Athenian?

What Prompted the Hit Piece in The Daily Post-Athenian?

“TAILOR MADE“ by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 27, 2014) — In Friday’s edition of The Daily Post-Athenian, an advertisement apparently taken out by two local attorneys claimed in bullet-point fashion that Criminal Court Judge candidate Van Irion was “not qualified” because his law office is located in Knoxville rather than within the Tenth Judicial District, where […]

Why Tennessee “Grand Juries” are Not Grand Juries

Why Tennessee “Grand Juries” are Not Grand Juries

EXECUTIVE BRIEF by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, ©2014 (Apr. 24, 2014) — “Every jury has a leader and you’ll find the verdict there” — Author John Grisham FOUND HERE is an egregious violation of black letter state statute demanding that the foremen must be “qualified” as jurors. “The members of the grand jury and petit […]

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