FOR REQUESTING HIS BUSINESS CARD
by Sharon Rondeau
(May 24, 2012) — Today at 10:14 a.m. EDT, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III delivered a set of documents to Acting District Attorney General Jim Stutts’s office in Athens, TN in his own defense against a charge of “tampering with government records.” DM420283_B_A DM420283_B_B_A DM420283_B_B_B_A
Fitzpatrick recently located a set of 1984 laws which mandated district courts to handle criminal matters in Tennessee which do not appear to have been amended or repealed, thereby rendering county criminal courts unlawful. Monroe and other counties in Tennessee has issued an unknown number of criminal indictments which have placed people behind bars, sometimes for life, since the laws were changed in 1984.
After receiving stamped proof of his delivery from Mrs. Gentry, the office assistant, Fitzpatrick went to the office of Judge Carroll L. Ross. He greeted Ms. Denise Barnes, a court transcriptionist and assistant to the judge, and inquired if she and the judge had business cards. No response can be heard from Ms. Barnes, after which Ross is heard telling Barnes to “call 911.” He then told Fitzpatrick, “Get out of my office, and don’t you come back…you are under indictment…you have tried to arrest me…you are a fake and a fraud, and don’t you come back.” DM420283_B_B_B_B_A
Fitzpatrick then left the judge’s office, placed the recorder on “pause” and said, “I’m sure glad I recorded that.” He waited to see if there would be a police response to the judge’s threat and order to Ms. Barnes to make an “emergency” call. DM420283_B_B_B_B_B
The first two pages of Fitzpatrick’s filing with the court, district attorney general and judge are pictured below.
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.