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Tennessee Judicial Corruption: No “Public” Records Maintained on Hand-Picked Grand Jury Foremen

“FROM WHEREVER THEY CHOOSE“ by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 8, 2014) — Earlier on Tuesday, The Post & Email inquired of the McMinn County, TN courthouse staff as to the background of the new grand jury foreman, Larry Wallace, who was appointed by Judge Amy Reedy upon the resignation of the previous foreman early last month. […]

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Will the New Congress Tackle Tennessee and Federal Judicial Corruption?

“THE GRAND JURY IS WHAT MAKES US A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC” – CDR WALTER FRANCIS FITZPATRICK, III (RET.), TENNESSEE STATE PRISONER #540003 by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 27, 2015) — The following letter was mailed to the addressee on January 20, 2015. ————————- January 20, 2015 District Attorney General Stephen Crump Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee P.O. […]

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Was an Investigation Ever Started into Allegations of Corruption in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District? pb

IS THIS “TRANSPARENCY?” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 28, 2012) — This morning The Post & Email contacted the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, a TBI agent, and the office of the Tennessee attorney general to inquire as to the status of an investigation announced late last summer into alleged misconduct within the Tenth Judicial District of the […]

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Breaking: Tennessee Newspaper Vindicates Fitzpatrick’s Claims of Tenth Judicial District Corruption

“AND THE TREASON COMPLAINT IS STILL ON THE TABLE” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 12, 2012) — The first part of a six-part series on corruption within Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District has been published today in the print version of The Chattanooga Times Free Press but was not available online earlier today. During the course of […]

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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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Memphis Citizen Pursues 20+-Year Effort to Clear His Name, Expose Corruption

FORMER JAILER PAINTS PICTURE OF HORRENDOUS SUFFERING, ABUSE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY JAIL by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 15, 2018) — Earley Story of Memphis, TN has been preserving evidence for more than 20 years after being accused by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) of selling marijuana on the street while he was employed as a […]

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What is the Nexus between Mueller’s FBI, a Sleepy Tennessee Town, and an Unsolved Murder?

“PARTNERS IN CRIME” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 2, 2018) — On July 17, 2010, 60-year-old businessman, Loudon County, TN Deputy Sheriff and Republican Elections Commissioner Jim Miller was assassinated by gunshots to the head, placed in the trunk of his car, then driven to Sands Road in Sweetwater, where it was set on fire. At […]