IN GOD WE TRUST
by Faithful Friend
(Dec. 1, 2010) — So I went to Monroe County to visit with Walt Fitzpatrick if I could and to see what happened in court if I couldn’t. I did glean a few things: #1. That the prosecutor is a snake and generally evil guy. He was the one that whomped up the “racism”-card thing and one of the charges against Walt. The Grand Jury foreman (for 27 years) was carefully coached to make some claim that he “felt” Walt’s racial hatred somehow….even though he acknowledged that when they often saw each other at the public library, he felt nothing and denied that he could read Walt’s mind THERE. He was the first guy on the stand.
Subsequently, the DA tried to make some racism tie between Walt’s claims against Obama and the citizen’s arrest against this guy. The next guy was a so-called Captain/detective Bivens, a short stub of a man who was as stupid as he looked (and can prove it, by golly!). He said Walter cussed and spit at him….pretty obviously a lie…and no corroborating testimony that those parts of the event occurred. He said no further investigation was necessary. Obviously, these clowns are sure of their ability to get any kind of BS to fly like butterflies. This was to corroborate the “resisting arrest” part. This little ant is a killer, though….a dumb one, but he has the “look.” Perfect stooge.
The rest of it was the argument that disturbing a meeting of the Grand Jury was a felony…..and I would have said (and Walt did distantly allude to it) that if a person from the Grand Jury shot somebody on the courthouse steps, a SWAT team would hit the door no matter what meeting was going on. Same thing, actually. The Grand Jury Foreman has held the position for 26 years feloniously…albeit with judicial permission (also illegal). So pursuit of a felon would be ample grounds. For the most part, citizen arrests are a case of home invaders or robbers held at gunpoint until police arrive. But, the law states that the law officer has the option to arrest or not from that point onward.
The fourth charge had to do with Walt having a grudge against Pettway (the GJ Foreman) because he dismissed the charges that Walt originally brought against Obama and others concerning treason and the rest. Patently obscure and total BS. I didn’t even know that having a grudge was against the law…..hell, that’d put most of us away! The crux of that charge is that Walt called Pettway a “criminal” in several venues and this was “harmful” to Pettway. How is this jury going to act? Walt did the best he could, and faces fines and maybe more time if they convict, but it depends on how much guts these folks have and how smart they are.
The sheriff’s department had a bunch of deputies in there….and others from other law enforcement people. Constables, troopers, deputies and Madisonville police……mostly deputies. Some had good attitudes, and one, in casual conversation, denied that Bivens was dirty. He also said he was watching all the stuff on the Internet and was trying to learn all he could about the law……but there were two others in there that had the look of stone cold killers…I saw blacks in Detroit and LRRPs in Vietnam that had that same look….the ones that enjoy it. I think that set p is dirty as can be and that at least three deputies are killers, and very tough guys. In his closing, the DA a**hat kept talking about “honor” and I got a warning from a Captain deputy when I almost laughed out loud. Told me that if I opened my mouth one more time, I’d be “escorted” from the courtroom. That was one of the killer boys…big muscular intimidating guy…..also accustomed to intimidating anyone and everyone. Interesting. Those guys are sometimes the ones that are gay. Thought about asking him if he was.
Editor’s Note: This eyewitness account was written before the verdicts from the Fitzpatrick trial were announced.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.