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by George J. Raudenbush, III, standfast4truth

Gov. Bill Lee took office in January 2019 (Photo: https://www.tn.gov/governor/about-bill-lee.html )

(Jun. 1, 2020) — [Editor’s Note:  The following was received Monday from Tennessee resident and Christian missionary George J. Raudenbush, III, who was falsely imprisoned in 2011 after police in Tellico Plains, TN apprehended him with excessive force, causing him to fear for his life.

Raudenbush was incarcerated between August 2011 and January 2014, when he was released as the result of an appellate court’s finding that the trial court, then presided over by Judge Carroll Lee Ross, unconstitutionally deprived him of his right to counsel.  Raudenbush suffered injuries while in prison and has since been adjudged permanently disabled.

In 2010, The Post & Email began receiving documented cases of police brutality against citizens who suffered resultant life-changing injuries.  A myriad of letters received over more than five years from Tennessee prison inmates relate similar accounts involving correction officers.]


I have attached several links below for verification purposes about statements TN Gov. Bill Lee has recently made to the press about police brutality.

I have also attached my brief for exoneration that Tennessee Governor Bill Lee received in August of 2019.

There appears to be a contradiction in Mr. Lee’s statements to the news media. It seems Governor Lee is telling the public what they want to hear in order to control and dismiss the mass public outcry for relief and the mass demonstrations for Justice.

Gov. Bill Lee has not taken any action against police brutality here in Tennessee to my knowledge. Governor Lee and his office has received my petition and been aware of my case (the attempt to take my life and brutal beating I suffered in 2010 by the hands of two police officers) since last year. Nothing has changed neither of these officers have been charged or arrested.

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  1. Lots of individuals and organizations out there think they know what happened, CONCLUSIVELY.

    Why not allow the justice system try all four officers involved; everyone else just needs to chill-out until then.

    Brick and bullet justice is barbaric.