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WILL HE INVESTIGATE THE CORRUPTION IN THE EASTERN PART OF HIS STATE?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 3, 2010) — The email below was sent this morning to Tennessee Governor-Elect Bill Haslam (R), who reportedly “won a landslide victory” over his opponent, Democrat Mike McWherter. Haslam will replace Governor Phil Bredesen, who also reportedly won a “landslide” victory in 2006 for a second term.
Mr. Haslam’s biography states that he believes in “preserving our 2nd Amendment rights, traditional marriage, and the protection of the unborn.”
The message sent to Haslam reads:
Good morning, and congratulations on your victory yesterday. I wish you the best as the next governor of Tennessee.
I am the editor and owner of an online newspaper called The Post & Email (www.thepostemail.com). We have been following several criminal court cases in Roane and Monroe Counties. Recently a retired Naval commander was falsely imprisoned after an unsigned warrant for his arrest was issued and his house broken into. He was badly injured and has been denied medical treatment by the jail. The judge has even gone so far as to deny him the right to outside counsel, appointing LCDR Fitzpatrick as his own attorney, whether he wants to be or not.
LCDR Fitzpatrick has been in touch with us by phone almost every day since this ordeal began last week. He said the conditions in the jail are horrible and men are sleeping on the concrete floor with no heat. He has committed no crime yet will be locked up without bond by a corrupt judge, and there are many more of those in Eastern Tennessee.
My request is that you look into this as soon as possible, even before you are sworn in. The corruption in these counties is unimaginable, and I’m told the inmates have some horrible stories to tell. The grand juries are also being rigged, and I have written proof of that, yet the judges allow it to continue. There needs to be an FBI sweep of the entire Monroe County government.
What will you do as governor to investigate this situation?
The Post & Email, Inc.