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June 16, 2011

“PJ Foggy” is a former California attorney who claims to be the force behind an extraordinary police presence in Madisonville, TN on April 20, 2010, a court date for Walter Fitzpatrick and Darren Huff

Dear Editor:

The following email was sent to Dr. Jerome Corsi of WorldNetDaily, whose article today revealed the identity of the person who claims to be behind the events of April 20, 2010 in Madisonville, TN:

Dr. Corsi,

This article posted at World Net Daily states (click here):

“In the email presented below as Exhibit 8, Bryan bragged in a way that suggested he and others had organized in-person efforts designed to interfere in the cases of police officer Ronald C. Dischler in Beaumont, Texas, and Navy Lt. Com. (Ret.) Walter Fitzpatrick III of Monroe County, Tenn., two clients of Orly Taitz who tried to bring eligibility cases against Obama, as seen in Exhibit 8.”

With all deference due: Dr., Esquire Taitz is not my attorney. I am not Counselor Taitz’s client now. I never have been a client to Attorney Orly Taitz.

I am most appreciative to be sure that you’ve further exposed William L. Bryan the self-identified instigator behind the events of 20 April 2010 to include the “felony stop” of Mr. Darren Huff off Interstate 75.

Federal Agents later placed Mr. Huff under arrest. Mr. Huff was charged and set-up in the criminal circuit in Monroe County Tennessee.

SWAT teams from 7 (seven) surrounding Tennessee Counties deployed to Madisonville, Tennessee that day. Cost to the community here was in excess of $450,000.00 (nearly half-a-million dollars).

The Tennessee State Highway Patrol deployed in force setting up road-blocks on roads leading into Madisonville. The Highway Patrol deployed canine units.

There were roof-top sniper teams. Sniper teams view behind upper-story windows.

Local schools were locked-down.

Presiding Judge that day–J. Reed Dixon–was under Tennessee Highway Patrol armed escort.

Uniformed sheriffs and police were on the ground like ants at a picnic.

Sheriff and Police cruisers of every description ran bumper to bumper up and down the streets of Madisonville.

At least two helicopters were viewed overhead.

There is a report that inmates from the Monroe County Jail (dungeon) were called on 19 April 2010 to erect “pole-cameras” for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Federal Agents were in Madisonville on 20 April 2010.

Barton Gellman jumped on the band wagon in his “special investigation” TIME MAGAZINE cover report “Locked & Loaded: The secret world of extreme militias.” Mr. Gellman names me as one of the objects of his derision and defamation.

FBI Special Agent Mike Harrell called me at home on 9 March 2011 to set up an interview with me. I volunteered to come into the Knoxville, Tennessee FBI complex (a newly constructed castle-fortress in every respect).

Special Agent Harrell is a member of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. S/A Harrell was joined on 10 March by Tennessee Highway Patrolman (Senior Trooper) J.C. Parrott, and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation S/A Andy Corbitt.

Parrott and Corbitt are team-members with Harrell on the FBI’s JTTF…

These three knuckleheads targeted me a terrorist. I’ve taken a guess at Harrell’s email address so that he can read this as well as you.

I am sending this blind copy to the FBI duty agent I met with on 4 March 2011 by way of reporting Mr. Bryan’s crime to federal law enforcement.

Myself and others to include The Post & Email Managing Editor Sharon Rondeau are the object of death threats.

Worthy of attention is that the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department are enjoying and nurturing the masquerade that defames Editor Rondeau and myself as “cult” members, “radicals,” and “eccentrics.”

Death threats can be connected not only to Mr. Bryan, but to collectively to deputies in the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department.

Mr. William L. Bryan is the root of a great deal of criminal mischief. And yet, Mr. Bryan remains at large.

All this while the three knuckleheads (joined by other knuckleheads) are lookin’ at me as a “terrorist.”

What a country!

Fair winds, following seas,
Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III
United States Navy Retired – Surface warfare – qualified for command-at-sea – Naval parachutist
Distinguished Military Graduate – Class of 1975 – United States Naval Academy
B.S. Naval Science, M.B.A. Technology Management
Eagle Scout – 23 June 1969 – Troop 508, Meiners Oaks, California

Fitzpatrick then sent The Post & Email the following additional recollections of April 20, 2010:

The law enforcement presence was like a kicked over hill of red fire ants.

Easily over 200 uniformed police.

There was a platoon strength contingent of police/agents in the courtroom.

Unknown in number but obvious and ubiquitous plain close officers/agents (ear pieces, wires, weapon bulges).

Monroe County Sheriff’s tactically deployed (CAMOs every where).

Tennessee State Troopers.

Many K9 units from various agencies.

Madisonville Police.

The Monroe County Courthouse (two blocks away) was swarming. Federal Agents at that location.

Police/Sheriff’s cruisers everywhere, circulating the streets as sharks roam and converge on a meal.

Sergeant of Marines Bill Looman reports two helos spotted as an airborne umbrella.

Fitzpatrick received the following email the same day:

April 20, 2010

To Lt. Commander Walter Fitzpatrick, III

It was an honor to meet you today at the Monroe County Courthouse. I wanted to take a minute to thank you for all you have done and are doing to protect and restore our republic. Thank you, my family and I are grateful to have patriots like yourself who have the courage to stand for the Constitution, rather than cowering behind it. I have written a blog on a website network, of which I am a member, about you and today’s events in Madisonville, TN. I know you’re a busy man, but I hope you can find a minute to read the article. Here is the link:           http://wethepeopleusa.ning.com/profiles/blogs/lt-commander-walter?xg_source=activity

I have one more thing I’d like to add. After the proceedings today, you came out and updated all of us, and when you were through you asked if we had any questions. I didn’t at the time, probably because I’m the quiet, observe, absorb, and report type and coming up with questions and comments on the fly is just not one of my strong points.  But I had a nice drive back to North Knoxville to think about my question to you.

As you move forward from this point, what can I and others do to help you?

If you answered this already, my apologies. But any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I will do all that I am capable of doing to help restore and return our Constitution to the citizens of the United States. Please keep me updated on the status of your case. Thank you again.


A recent email was received:

I’ve been following the Post & Email occasionally for the past year.  I recently read your article regarding the service of process on Clerk Cook.  Sherriff Biven declines service of process on Clerk Cook and explains in his letter:

“I am returning the enclosed papers received by this office for failure to comply with the law.  All subpoenas must be issued by
the Clerk of the Court according to T.C.A 40-17-107.”

The law that he refers to 40-17-107 states clearly that the Clerk of the Court is compeled to issues subpoenas at the direction of the district attorney general or a defendent in a criminal case.  Since you are defendent in such a case, Clerk Cook is obligated by statute to issue subpoenas on behalf of the Monroe County Court at your request.

The Tennessee Rules of Criminal Proceedure Rule 17 enumerates the rules for the issuance of subpeonas.  Rule 17(a) reiterates T.C.A 40-17-107.  Rule 17(f)(1) clearly states “A subpoena may be served by any person authorized to serve process”.  Sherriff Bivens by his refusal and claim of unlawfulness is clearly indicating he is not authorized to serve process.  Per T.C.A 40-17-122 he is also indicating he is not an officer of the court.

As a non attorney, but well educated, outsider I find this most bizarre.  Clearly the Tennessee Code does not contemplate the failure of a Clerk of the Court to perform the duties that the Code compels them to perform.  This is utter anarchy and lawlessness on the part of the judiciary.  If I were in your shoes I would be consulting an attorney to seek redress in
Federal Court.  I would not count on the Tennessee courts providing you any justice, particularly when no one in Monroe County in purported authority is willing to follow the law or the rules of the court.

I have adjusted my fall travel plans to avoid the state of Tennessee.  I wonder if a national boycott of Tennessee would capture any attention in the State Capital.

I wish you well in your case.

To which Fitzpatrick responded:

Thank you for your support. I do know about what you’ve reinforced in your email.

I think advising folks to stay away from Tennessee is a grand idea. You’ve made a wise decision by not coming here yourself. It’s very very dark.


Editor’s Note: The Post & Email has reported on PJ Foggy here.  Is he the person who posted the “first version” of a court transcript on the internet before it was made available to the defendant, Walter Fitzpatrick?