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by Sharon Rondeau

Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III outside the Monroe County courthouse on May 4, 2012, following his status hearing

(May 17, 2012) — Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III has been preparing his own defense against the indictment against him alleging that he “tampered with government records” when he picked up some papers which had been lying on a courtroom table, reportedly in plain view, on December 7, 2011, following the selection by Judge Amy Reedy of the two 2012 Monroe County grand juries.

His latest hearing was held on May 4, 2012.

Fitzpatrick’s computer and two printers were taken in what he describes as a “military deployment” by the Knoxville FBI, TBI and Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputies on the evening of December 7, 2011.  He was jailed for another two months during which his health declined measurably, and his equipment has not been returned.

Following his last incarceration, Fitzpatrick relocated to a new home to discover that most of his personal belongings had been confiscated.  Those he suspects of having committed the theft were reportedly in the courtroom to observe on April 30, 2012.  The Sweetwater Police Department has apparently decided not to investigate, even though there is overwhelming evidence as to who committed the deed.  When Fitzpatrick finally received a copy of the police report from December 2011, it had been marked “sealed” for an unknown reason.

The majority of Fitzpatrick’s military pension has also been confiscated.  He has been slandered in an FBI/TBI training program which labels Darren Huff and him as “sovereign citizens” with the assistance of the Southern Poverty Law Center.  He has tried to take his treason complaint and other evidence of criminal wrongdoing to the federal grand juries in Knoxville but has been blocked by the U.S. Attorney through which complaints must be filed, William C. Killian, an Obama appointee who appeared to take great pleasure in Huff’s incarceration.

Fitzpatrick is in need of assistance in order to prepare motions before the deadline of May 28, 2012, as set forth by Judge Walter C. Kurtz, who presided at the status hearing on May 4.  He has told The Post & Email that the financial assistance he needs is not for himself, but rather, to ensure that he can finish what he began more than two years ago in exposing the complete corruption within the judiciary and law enforcement in Monroe County, TN and throughout the state.  He currently lacks adequate funds to pay his recurring expenses such as rent, food and telephone minutes.  He is without an internet connection and has virtually no furniture in his current home.

Assistance in the form of prepaid TRACFone minutes, gasoline cards, and other gift cards can be sent to:

P.O. Box 293
Athens, TN  37371-0293

Fitzpatrick has also lost his medical insurance and needs to see a physician for his diabetes.

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