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For Fourth Time, Tennessee Supreme Court Refuses to Hear “Fraud upon the Court” Case

by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 21, 2021) — “Evidently in Tennessee, a bank can allege and admit to a ‘mistake… the bank’s mistake‘ and yet hold the customer accountable, knowing it will cost the customer a million-dollar loss while the bank profits.  This has now been approved by the TN Supreme Court who has just declined […]

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Tulis Asks Judges to Defend Control over Grand Jury, Says Role Unconstitutional

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE by David Tulis, ©2020 (Jan. 25, 2020) — Legal reform activist and investigative reporter David Tulis delivered a letter Thursday to three criminal court judges in Hamilton County demanding a defense of their control over the grand jury. Tulis lays out his grievance in a 10-page analysis [attached] chock full of court […]

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Tennessee: Shelby County Inmate Says He is “Thorn in Side” of Judicial System

HAVE JAILERS MADE HIM A “TARGET?” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 25, 2019) — A letter received last week from Shelby County, TN inmate Benjamin Miles dated October 9, 2019 expresses gratitude for The Post & Email’s response to an earlier letter in which Miles described a severe beating by correction officers and hospitalization of which […]

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Is the Tennessee Attorney General Recommending the Execution of an Innocent Man?

WITNESS IN TONY CARRUTHERS CASE RECANTED TESTIMONY by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 26, 2019) — On Tuesday, The Tennessean reported that Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III filed motions with the state Supreme Court that the death sentences of nine inmates be carried through to execution. Slatery had announced the motions on the official website […]

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Can the Court Deny a Clear Miscarriage of Justice?

FALSELY-ACCUSED FORMER JAIL OFFICER CONTINUES TO SEEK EXONERATION by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 23, 2019) — On Thursday, Memphis resident Earley Story went to the Shelby County courthouse at 201 Poplar Street, accompanied by an acquaintance, to file documents he said should prove him innocent of a 1999 conviction for selling marijuana to an undercover officer […]

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Judge is Common Denominator in Former Sergeant’s Quest for Justice

TROUBLING PATTERN EMERGES IN 22-YEAR-OLD CONVICTION by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 15, 2019) — Since his 1999 conviction for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover agent and confidential informant, former Shelby County, TN Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) Sergeant Earley Story has been attempting to clear his name of a crime which evidence indicates he did not commit. […]

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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 […]