FITZPATRICK REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL
by Sharon Rondeau
(Sep. 29, 2012) — A Motions hearing is scheduled in the case of “tampering with government records” against Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III at which his attorney, Van Irion, will appear for the first time.
The hearing is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. at the Monroe County courthouse at 105 College Street in Madisonville and is open to the public.
In a recent newsletter, Irion contended that Fitzpatrick is facing a “malicious prosecution” on the part of Monroe County, TN government. Assistant District Attorney Paul D. Rush, who is prosecuting the case, is under an ethics investigation himself by the Tennessee Board of Professional Conduct. Rush has maligned and attempted to impugn the reputation of this writer specifically.
Judge Walter C. Kurtz was assigned to Fitzpatrick’s case in early May and has refused to take judicial notice of statutes still current in the Tennessee Code Annotated. He has also stated that a grand jury foreman can serve unlimited terms despite a 2008 law which says that jurors cannot serve a second consecutive term. Grand jury foremen have routinely been chosen by judges and retained for years and even decades in violation of state statutes.
The tampering case arose after Fitzpatrick picked up some papers which were on a table with other publicly-available documents. Irion has filed several motions in the case, including a motion for Change of Venue, since his representation of Fitzpatrick commenced on August 20, 2012.
Irion hosts an internet radio program on Thursday mornings during which he discusses constitutional issues and takes questions from listeners.
Fitzpatrick has been exposing corruption in eastern Tennessee for more than three years after first approaching a federal grand jury, then his county grand jury, with a criminal complaint of treason against Barack Hussein Obama in 2009. Since that time, other prominent figures have named Obama in commission of treason, which is mentioned in Article III of the U.S. Constitution and also by federal statute.
A legal defense fund for Fitzpatrick has been started, and funds donated go directly to Irion’s law firm, which is handling the account. Fitzpatrick’s personal belongings and savings were stolen while he was jailed on another charge between September 23 and December 3, 2011 and again during a subsequent incarceration from December 7, 2011 to February 9, 2012.
Irion is a constitutional attorney who deals with business matters and founder of Liberty Legal Foundation, a non-profit organization with the purpose of overturning flawed judicial precedent and re-establishing the U.S. Constitution as the law of the land.
Irion represented three plaintiffs in an eligibility challenge to Barack Hussein Obama in Georgia which is currently at the U.S. Supreme Court. He also has a case pending with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding sanctions imposed by a federal judge for presenting an eligibility case in Tennessee, Irion’s home state. The Democratic National Committee had petitioned for the case to be heard in federal court after Irion filed it in a Tennessee state court.
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.