National Police Defense Foundation Calls Upon FBI, Elected Officials to Probe Conviction of Former Shelby County Officer

National Police Defense Foundation Calls Upon FBI, Elected Officials to Probe Conviction of Former Shelby County Officer

WHY WAS EARLEY STORY CHARGED WITH A CRIME? by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 10, 2019) — The National Police Defense Foundation (NPDF) on Sunday issued a press release requesting the launch of an FBI investigation into the 1999 conviction of former Shelby County, TN Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) Sgt. Earley Story on a drug charge. Founded in […]

Exclusive: National Police-Defense Organization Supports Former Shelby County, TN Officer Earley Story

Exclusive:  National Police-Defense Organization Supports Former Shelby County, TN Officer Earley Story

IN HIS QUEST FOR JUSTICE by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 11, 2019) — On Monday morning, Shelby County, TN resident Earley Story, who maintains he was falsely charged in 1997 for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover agent, had a hearing in Division VIII of the Shelby County Criminal Justice Center in Memphis with the purpose […]

Tennessee: Pro Se Civil-Rights Lawsuit Proceeding Against Shelby County, City of Memphis

Tennessee:  Pro Se Civil-Rights Lawsuit Proceeding Against Shelby County, City of Memphis

TRIAL DATE SET FOR DECEMBER 16 by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 1, 2019) — On Wednesday, Memphis resident and “Memphis Truth Commission” blogger Fergus Nolan attended a scheduling hearing in a case filed by two local women claiming civil-rights violations on the part of Shelby County, the City of Memphis, and three assistant prosecutors after they […]

Shelby County, TN: Former Law-Enforcement Officer Requests Expedited Hearing Based on “New Evidence” in 22-Year-Old Conviction

Shelby County, TN:  Former Law-Enforcement Officer Requests Expedited Hearing Based on “New Evidence” in 22-Year-Old Conviction

BUT WILL HE RECEIVE A FAIR REVIEW? by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 31, 2019) — On November 15, 2018, The Post & Email published an article detailing a 22+-year effort on the part of Memphis resident Earley Story to clear his name of a felony of which he was convicted in December 1999. The 1997 charge […]

Why Did Shelby County Remove its Longstanding Grand Jury Foreman?

Why Did Shelby County Remove its Longstanding Grand Jury Foreman?

AND WHAT IS “PROPER PROCEDURE” FOR HER REPLACEMENT? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 26, 2018) — Approximately two weeks ago, The Post & Email came into possession of a court order emanating from the “Criminal Court of Shelby County, Tennessee” indicating that a long-term foreman of the county grand jury, Mary Thomas, was removed from her […]

Falsely-Accused Former Defendant Calls Out Shelby County, TN Prosecutor’s Office

Falsely-Accused Former Defendant Calls Out Shelby County, TN Prosecutor’s Office

“MY ONLY CRIME IS BEING KENDRICK’S SISTER” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 11, 2017) — Following the publication of two articles on the conviction of Tennessee inmate Jason Lamar White in Shelby County, TN, The Post & Email was contacted by two women who said they were falsely arrested, accused, and exonerated in a different case […]

Report: Three Riots in Shelby County Jail Since October, Officer “Briefly Held Hostage”

Report:  Three Riots in Shelby County Jail Since October, Officer “Briefly Held Hostage”

INMATE ALLEGES “3 RIOTS AND ONE PEACEFUL PROTEST” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 2, 2017) — Last week, The Post & Email received a letter dated January 18, 2017 in which an inmate at the Shelby County jail in Memphis, TN conveyed a heretofore unreported story to this publication of three “riots” plus a “peaceful” protest […]

Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

“JUSTICE HAS TO COME AT SOME POINT” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 19, 2016) — Two recent letters received from inmates at the Shelby County, TN jail reported that Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich was under some type of investigation for conduct associated with her duties as the chief prosecutor for Tennessee’s 30th Judicial […]

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