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SYSTEMIC CORRUPTION IN TENNESSEE AND FEDERAL COURTS
by Sharon Rondeau
(Aug. 12, 2014) — The following email and attachment were sent to the press contacts for the U.S. House and Senate Judiciary Committees, respectively.
Good morning. This email is a follow-up to my previous email and phone correspondence regarding systemic judicial corruption in Tennessee courts which spills over to the U.S. District Court in Knoxville and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, OH.
A vindictive prosecution in which a judge plans to sentence CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) for “extortion” and “aggravated perjury” has just been conclusively exposed as a fraud in the attached investigative report by a member of the Parole Board who stated that there is “no victim” for the crimes of which Fitzpatrick was “convicted.”
Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood has a sentencing hearing scheduled for August 19 at 10:00 a.m. at the McMinn County courthouse. But without a victim, how can there be a sentence, a crime, a trial, charges, or a grand jury indictment?
The entire story was contrived and is being protected by the higher courts in Tennessee. Fitzpatrick’s attorney, Van Irion, had asked Blackwood to dismiss the case for vindictive prosecution, but Blackwood continued on anyway and held a show trial in which the accuser denied having filed any kind of complaint. No police report or criminal complaint was produced, yet the jury convicted Fitzpatrick of two felonies.
Moreover, last week the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals denied a habeas corpus petition on Fitzpatrick’s behalf after having been provided copious documentary evidence that the grand juries and courts are rigged in Tennessee. Fitzpatrick did not file the petition with the Sixth Circuit; rather, the Sixth Circuit received it directly from the U.S. District Court in Knoxville, which sent it there without Fitzpatrick’s knowledge. The judge at the U.S. District Court sat on the petition for more than 26 months, then immediately issued a denial after Fitzpatrick was wrongfully arrested and incarcerated by McMinn County Sheriff’s Deputies on March 18, 2014. What did the judge do during the 26 months in which the petition sat on his desk?
We know that the judicial corruption in Tennessee has connections with operatives living out of state who are working against Fitzpatrick and others personally.
On behalf of my readers, I am urging a congressional investigation into Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood, the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts, the Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee, and the aforementioned federal courts. I would suggest that the evidence be presented to a federal grand jury by those directly affected: CDR Fitzpatrick; Darren Wesley Huff, who remains in federal prison on trumped-up charges in collusion with the Tenth Judicial District; Marvin William Young, who has been falsely accused and faces life in prison at the hands of corrupt Tennessee judges; and many, many others who are now in Tennessee prisons as innocent men.
Fitzpatrick has attempted to testify to the federal grand juries in Knoxville but has been turned away repeatedly by U.S. Attorney William C. Killian.
Thank you very much.
Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
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