DEMANDING TO END JUDICIAL TYRANNY IN TENNESSEE AND THE NATION
by Sharon Rondeau
One of the petitions, launched at Change.org, calls upon the Tennessee Judiciary, on behalf of all citizens of the United States of America, to “Stop conducting kangaroo courts with rigged juries and vacate conviction of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) for trying to petition his government for a redress of grievances.”
The petition specifically names prosecutor A. Wayne Carter and Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood to vacate the verdict in the Fitzpatrick case for numerous violations of state and federal civil rights laws.
The other, launched at whitehouse.gov, demands that the Obama regime “order the FBI to fully investigate public corruption in the state of Tennessee.”
For decades, judicial tyranny in the “Volunteer State” has ruined the lives of thousands of people by means of corrupt judges, grand juries, law enforcers, court clerks, court reporters, trial juries and prosecutors. These individuals know who they are and continue their tyranny against CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), an honorably-discharged, 24-year Navy veteran who tried to petition his local government to take action against the systemic corruption and was consequently convicted of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” last week without any evidence.
Malfeasance within the prosecutor’s office and collusion with the judge, who has a history of denying defendants their constitutional right to counsel, is proven by the testimony of the key witness, who admitted that he never filed a police report or criminal complaint to launch the accusations against Fitzpatrick.
The verdict of the jury last week has “fundamentally transformed” our representative republic into a third-world dictatorship in which “Star Chamber” proceedings now replace fair trials with unbiased jurors. The case should never have gone to trial because the grand jurors issuing the presentment were already compromised.
This may be our last stand against tyranny, particularly in the judiciary. Please sign the petitions and forward them to all of your lists. Are we going to let one misguided jury in Tennessee tell the rest of us that we can’t exercise our First Amendment right to petition our government?
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