Is the TBI Investigating Statewide Corruption?

JUDICIAL CORRUPTION PLACES THE MOST HELPLESS AMONG US AT RISK…AND WORSE

by Sharon Rondeau

The dark green areas of the legend indicate the least populated areas of Tennessee; the orange regions have the highest numbers of people per square mile

(Dec. 12, 2011) — The following email was sent to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today:

From:  Sharon Rondeau
Sent:  Mon 12/12/11 1:09 PM
To:  TBI Tipline (tipstotbi@tn.gov)

Hello, I contacted you last week regarding the murder case of Jim Miller in Monroe County, TN and public corruption in general:  http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/12/09/will-the-real-murderer-be-found-and-prosecuted/

I have also been reporting on a case out of Madison County wherein a reputedly excellent mother of two young girls was denied custody of them by several corrupt judges.  The father of one of the girls is a reported and self-admitted drug dealer and user.  If the mother has no shortcomings as a parent and the father is a drug dealer and abuser, why did the father get custody?  http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/11/29/courageous-tennessee-mother-victimized-by-corrupt-judges-will-not-give-up-her-fight-for-justice/

Could this be a case of judicial incompetence, corruption, or some type of quid quo pro?   Is there something criminal going on?  As people from across the nation are learning of this case, they are becoming outraged.

This is not the only Tennessee story on which I have reported wherein children are placed in danger by state agencies and/or courts:  http://www.thepostemail.com/2010/11/15/report-abused-children-remain-at-risk-due-to-monroe-county-corruption/

The Knoxville FBI has told us that it works with you successfully on corruption cases, but the FBI has told a victim of judicial corruption that “This is the way it is.”  http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/04/01/tennessee-law-enforcement-is-guilty-of-treason/  That seems to indicate that corruption among judges and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and in other counties is an accepted fact.

Judges are denying Tennessee citizens due process of law each and every day.

Next month I will be publishing a report on how judicial corruption in Tennessee led to the permanent brain injury of a minor child.

When will these law-breakers be held accountable?

Sharon Rondeau
Editor
The Post & Email
www.thepostemail.com

3 Responses to "Is the TBI Investigating Statewide Corruption?"

  1. Whentennesseepigsfly   Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 10:29 AM

    This state is rife with corruption at all levels of the criminal justice system.

    http://whentennesseepigsfly.wordpress.com/

  2. MinutemanCDC_SC   Saturday, January 7, 2012 at 11:53 PM

    Is it possible that TBI is already investigating on the QT but doesn’t want their secret investigation made known?

  3. Kevin J Lankford   Tuesday, December 13, 2011 at 8:20 PM

    This is now the way it is in this country. Justice is a fairytale. Might makes right and
    big money makes righter.

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