REPORTS AN ARREST WARRANT BUT NOT THE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY OF JUDGES, SHERIFFS AND CROOKED ATTORNEYS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 26, 2010) — A report from the Advocate & Democrat of October 25, 2010 states that “A man who is so bound and determined to take President Obama to court that he once made his way into a closed grand jury session failed to appear in Monroe County Criminal Court Friday morning.”
The writer is apparently referring to the April 1, 2010 citizen’s arrest attempted by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III at the Monroe County Courthouse after he discovered that the grand jury foreman, Gary Pettway, had been occupying his position for at least 20 years in violation of Tennessee state law.
The Advocate & Democrat article omitted the fact that there was no evidence of a scheduled court hearing. According to court records and Fitzpatrick, the next scheduled hearing was set for December 1, 2010.
This writer contacted the author of the Advocate & Democrat piece yesterday:
From: Sharon Rondeau
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2010 4:17 PM
Subject: WARRANT FOR FITZPATRICK’S ARREST
I am the editor of The Post & Email, an online newspaper. Do you have a copy of the arrest warrant for the above in your possession? There is nothing in the court record regarding a scheduled hearing for last Friday, and we have been following this case closely. Do you have such documentation?
Have you reported on the illegally-seated grand jury in Monroe County? Are you aware that both Angela Davis and Gary Pettway are prohibited by state law from serving on the grand jury at this time? Have you reported that Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood knows this and has allowed it to continue?
For more information, please see http://www.thepostemail.com/2010/10/15/the-dictatorship-of-the-judiciary/ and http://www.thepostemail.com/2010/07/07/the-face-of-treason/
I have all of the documents which show that the judges are acting criminally and need to be prosecuted for their crimes. Are you reporting that to the people in Monroe County?
The Post & Email, Inc.
As of 9:55 a.m. EDT, no reply was received from Mr. Thomason.
The Post & Email spoke with LCDR Fitzpatrick by telephone yesterday to ask if he knew about a hearing scheduled for last Friday, and he said he was not informed of any scheduled hearing prior to 1 December 2010. We also contacted him by email:
Was there a hearing scheduled for last Friday?
We then asked:
Why did they not tell you about the hearing?
and he said:
Good question. I don’t know the answer.
Earlier yesterday, Fitzpatrick sent the following email to The Post & Email, among others:
The attached .pdf file #1 is Notice of Challenge to Amy Armstrong Reedy (and others) that a new group of people was needed gathered together to hear charges naming myself as defendant. Again, every person on the existing 2010 Monroe Grand Jury knows Gary Pettway and is consequently disqualified from hearing any case involving Gary Pettway.
The Notice dated 24 May was filed two days later on 26 May.
On 2 June 2010 Amy Armstrong Reedy ignored the Notice of Challenge and appointed Angela Davis as foreman to the group of mobsters that met the next day on 3 June 2010 (see .pdf record #2).
Angela Davis is secondarily disqualified from serving on any jury hearing my case this year because Angela Davis served on a Tennessee jury last year (see .pdf record #3). Again the questions begs: How did Angela Davis get picked to sit in this year’s Monroe County Grand Jury. Davis has been seated as a regular juror for every other month this year setting aside Davis’ 3 June “promotion.”
It’s Angela Davis’ signature that appears on the Presentment handed down by the mobsters dated 3 June 2010 being sent separately in a moment (and sent to you before).
Fitzpatrick has also been unable to obtain transcripts of court proceedings from June 28, 2010, although they were promised to him by voice mail and in writing. However, the transcript in question was posted on the internet shortly after the hearing date. Moreover, Fitzpatrick maintains that the court record was altered and that information which would have implicated government personnel was omitted.
A hearing on October 5 produced an order from the Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood the next day with the wrong date and Fitzpatrick’s name appearing where another defendant’s name should have been. Blackwood also wrote that there was no “proof” that the same “Angela Davis” had served in both 2009 and 2010. His order also contained factual mistakes which Fitzpatrick claims are “intentional.”
An eyewitness at the October 5 hearing said that in his opinion, the judge “had predetermined what his answer was going to be before he got there.”
An article regarding the alleged arrest warrant quotes Fitzpatrick’s former defense attorney, Stephen Pidgeon, as having said that the Monroe County grand jury is “hopelessly corrupted.” The report also states that Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood “refused a request by defense attorney Stephen Pidgeon to withdraw from the case” on Friday. Pidgeon was quoted as having stated that the foreman is not the only ineligible member of the 2010 Monroe County grand jury, which supports Fitzpatrick’s previous statements about Angela Davis.
If the AP report is accurate, then there is a question as to whether or not Mr. Pidgeon still represents Walter Fitzpatrick.
This morning The Post & Email was able to confirm with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department that LCDR Fitzpatrick has not been arrested. We also sent the following email in regard to the alleged arrest warrant:
Enter your name:
My newspaper has been covering the above case extensively, as we focus on government corruption. Would you please send me a copy of the “arrest warrant” mentioned in the Advocate & Democrat newspaper article of October 25, 2010?
You may fax it to me at (Redacted) or email it to the email address provided above.
I would also like to know on what grounds this “warrant” was issued, as the court record shows no hearing scheduled for last Friday, October 22, 2010.
The Post & Email, Inc.
However, twice we received a message to complete all parts of the contact form, which we had, and we do not know if the message was sent. Telephone calls to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department yielded a busy signal several times and then a hang-up with no one answering the phone.
Yesterday a citizen of Tennessee contacted The Post & Email, stating:
The Fitzpatrick case may reverberate throughout Tennessee since the grand jury corruption in Monroe County exists in other counties, too. I was notified today, by a reporter in Monroe County, that a trial date of December 1st has been scheduled.
The Tennessee Legislature needs to be kept informed of this issue. Hopefully, they will take action in the next session to correct the situation.
Our elections on November 2nd will elect the entire Tennessee House and half the Tennessee Senate. Do you know how Fitzpatrick and/or his attorney plan to argue the case?
What, exactly, are the charges against him? Disrupting a public meeting, inciting a riot, resisting arrest?
Will the Tennessee legislature gain enough defenders of citizens’ constitutional rights to investigate the corruption in Monroe and surrounding counties in their state? Why haven’t members of the legislature done their due diligence in overseeing the courts?
Are there enough veterans and defenders of freedom in Tennessee who will stand up with LCDR Fitzpatrick against government tyranny? If so, where are they? Are they on their way to Monroe County now? Since when is an arrest warrant prepared without due cause? Since when are grand juries stacked by the judges so that they obtain the results they want, in defiance of state law?
Where are the citizens of Monroe County? LCDR Fitzpatrick reported to The Post & Email that at a townhall meeting with Senator Robert Corker on the evening of October 5, 2010, there were “not even 100 people” in attendance when he raised the issue of corruption in the courts and grand juries. No one else reportedly stood up to support Fitzpatrick as he described the case put forth against him by judges in Monroe County, whom he describes as “criminals.”
Can the citizens overcome their fear, as LCDR Fitzpatrick has, and step forward? Will they? Or is Monroe County doomed to the dictatorship which currently exists and which incarcerates innocent people?