Harmer: Heat Turned on But Remains Faulty

Harmer:  Heat Turned on But Remains Faulty

“IT DOESN’T STAY ON LONG” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 12, 2018) — A letter received Tuesday from TDOC inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, reports that his cell, located in the protective custody unit of the Morgan County Correctional Complex (MCCX) in Wartburg, is now warmer than before. Since early November, Harmer has told prison authorities […]

Mayor Ganim to Present Donation to Toys for Tots Following Christmas Toy Burglary

Mayor Ganim to Present Donation to Toys for Tots Following Christmas Toy Burglary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE from Dalmarys Matos, Dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Dec. 12, 2018) — WHO:             Mayor Joe Ganim, Greater Bridgeport Christian Fellowship Church Pastor and Marine Toys for Tots Coordinator Eric Torres, City Council and community members WHAT:          Mayor Joe Ganim will present an over $2,000 check donation on behalf of the City of Bridgeport to Toys […]

City of Bridgeport to Receive $14.6 Million for Infrastructure and Economic Development Projects from State Bond Commission

City of Bridgeport to Receive $14.6 Million for Infrastructure and Economic Development Projects from State Bond Commission

APPROVED PROJECTS INCLUDE: RECONSTRUCTION OF CONGRESS STREET BRIDGE, FORMER REMINGTON INDUSTRIAL SITE, AND IMPROVEMENTS TO SIKORSKY AIRPORT from Dalmarys Matos, (203) 333-2843, dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Dec. 11, 2018) — Bridgeport, CT – Mayor Joe Ganim today attended the state bond commission meeting as they approved $14.6 million for key infrastructure and economic development projects for the City […]

Tennessee: As the Weather Gets Colder, So Does Harmer’s Cell

Tennessee:  As the Weather Gets Colder, So Does Harmer’s Cell

“I HAVE COMPLAINED WITHOUT SUCCESS” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 7, 2018) — A copy of a memo directed to Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) Commissioner Tony Parker received by this writer on Friday reiterates inmate Grenda Ray Harmer’s claim that his cell is frigid as winter has once again settled in to mountainous Morgan County, […]

Mayor Ganim Unites Community to Raise Funds for Stolen Christmas Toys

Mayor Ganim Unites Community to Raise Funds for Stolen Christmas Toys

CITY EFFORT RESULTS IN NEARLY $2,000 TO PURCHASE TOYS FOR TOTS from Dalmarys Matos, (203) 576-7201, dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Dec. 5, 2018) — Bridgeport, CT – Mayor Joe Ganim is uniting the Bridgeport community to support Toys for Tots Christmas drive to replace the nearly 1,000 toys designated for local children that were stolen from the Greater […]

Los Angeles Mother Receives No Satisfaction Nor Justice from California Judicial Labyrinth

Los Angeles Mother Receives No Satisfaction Nor Justice from California Judicial Labyrinth

“NO FURTHER ACTION WILL BE TAKEN BASED ON THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE PROVIDED” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 4, 2018) — A Los Angeles mother dismayed at behaviors and emotional distress experienced by her six-year-old daughter following a bitter divorce between her ex-husband and her which began when the child was an infant reports that her […]

The State of Tennessee is Well Aware of Grenda Ray Harmer

The State of Tennessee is Well Aware of Grenda Ray Harmer

“TDOC MUM” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 29, 2018) — On Thursday afternoon a user of a “State of Tennessee” ISP was noted to be reading more than half-dozen articles focusing on Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, a prolific writer and one who considers himself a prison whistleblower. Unlike many of […]

Los Angeles Mother’s Letter Calling Out Juvenile Court Judges for “Corruption” Mysteriously Returned

Los Angeles Mother’s Letter Calling Out Juvenile Court Judges for “Corruption” Mysteriously Returned

DO JUDGES SEEK JUSTICE OR PROTECT THEIR OWN? by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 21, 2018) — On November 3, “Michelle Robinson” received a returned letter she had sent to Supervising Judge Michael Levanas asking for redress in response to the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) having removed her youngest child from her custody in […]

Inmate Files Damages Claim against State of Tennessee for Denial of Medication

Inmate Files Damages Claim against State of Tennessee for Denial of Medication

CITING “NEGLIGENT CARE, CUSTODY AND CONTROL OF PERSONS” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 21, 2018) — TDOC inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, who already has an active federal lawsuit against the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) encompassing alleged denial of medication and medical care, has filed a “Claim for Damages” with the Tennessee Division of Claims […]

Mayor Ganim to Join Marilyn Goldstone Foundation, Bridgeport First Responders to Hold Annual Holiday Food Drive

Mayor Ganim to Join Marilyn Goldstone Foundation, Bridgeport First Responders to Hold Annual Holiday Food Drive

$20,000 DONATION TO BE MADE ON BEHALF OF LOCAL UNION 488 IBEW from Dalmarys Matos 203-576-7201, Dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Nov. 19, 2018) — WHO:             Mayor Ganim, Representatives from the Goldstone Foundation and the Original Vazzy’s, Representatives from Local Union 488, Bridgeport Fire Department, Bridgeport Police Department, American Medical Response (AMR), Emergency Management & Homeland Security, City Council […]

TDOC Inmate Reports no Heat in Cell for Second Winter

TDOC Inmate Reports no Heat in Cell for Second Winter

“ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE FREEZING ME OUT” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 19, 2018) — A letter dated November 10, 2018 received on Monday from TDOC inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, indicates that for the second consecutive winter, there is little to no heat in his cell in the protective custody (PC) unit of the Morgan […]

Bridgeport Police Officers to Surprise Grocery Shoppers and Unsuspecting Drivers with Thanksgiving Fare

Bridgeport Police Officers to Surprise Grocery Shoppers and Unsuspecting Drivers with Thanksgiving Fare

“TURKEYS INSTEAD OF TICKETS” from Dalmarys Matos, (203) 576-7201, dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Nov. 14, 2018) — WHO:             Bridgeport Police Department and members of the community. WHAT:          Bridgeport Police and School Resource Officers will surprise grocery shoppers and unsuspecting drivers with Thanksgiving fare by purchasing their groceries and handing out turkeys instead of tickets.  The Bridgeport Police Department […]

Los Angeles County Taxpayers Fund Hefty Pay Raises, Promotions for Child “Welfare” Employees

Los Angeles County Taxpayers Fund Hefty Pay Raises, Promotions for Child “Welfare” Employees

BUT ARE THEY DESERVED? by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 11, 2018) — Publicly-available data shows that virtually all social workers and supervisors involved in a case originating in March 2016 with the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) have received pay raises and promotions funded by county taxpayers. The case, encompassing mother “Michelle […]

Tennessee: Harmer Reports Inmates Went Without Food

Tennessee:  Harmer Reports Inmates Went Without Food

SAYS FOOD SUPPLY NOT “SUFFICIENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 11, 2018) — A letter received Friday from Tennessee inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, indicates ongoing problems with the food-service provider at Morgan County Correctional Complex (MCCX) and in this case, a reported food shortage. Aramark provides food service to MCCX and other Tennessee prisons.  Over […]

Tennessee Inmate’s Complaint Featured in Radio Interview

Tennessee Inmate’s Complaint Featured in Radio Interview

“NO LEGITIMATE PENALOGICAL OBJECTIVE” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 9, 2018) — On Thursday afternoon, The Post & Email’s editor was a guest on the “Nooganomics” radio show hosted by David Tulis to discuss a letter sent by Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, to Gov. Bill Haslam regarding conditions within the […]

2018 Gubernatorial Election Voter Turnout in Bridgeport Hits 8-Year High

2018 Gubernatorial Election Voter Turnout in Bridgeport Hits 8-Year High

Over 25K Bridgeport Voters Headed to the Polls on Election Day from Dalmarys Matos (203) 576-7201, dalmarys.matos@bridgeportct.gov (Nov. 8, 2018) — Bridgeport – Mayor Joe Ganim is proud to announce today that the 2018 gubernatorial election produced the highest number of Bridgeport resident voters than in the last two prior elections. Over 25,000 Bridgeport residents […]

Record-Breaking Lines on Election Day

Record-Breaking Lines on Election Day

AT THE HOME OF THE POST & EMAIL by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 6, 2018) — At approximately 10:30 AM on Tuesday, the line in which voters in Canterbury, CT had to wait to cast their ballots stretched from the side entrance of the town hall community room to the back of the room, an estimated […]

Harmer Calls Out Prison Boss for Allegedly “Lying”

Harmer Calls Out Prison Boss for Allegedly “Lying”

INMATE HAS REPORTED NUMEROUS SECURITY VIOLATIONS TO NO AVAIL by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 30, 2018) — An inmate letter received on Monday accuses Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) Tony Parker of “lying to the media” in regard to his claim in an article last month that the department “will not tolerate any threat to the […]

Former Tennessee Defendant Renews Complaint Against Deputy Prosecutor

Former Tennessee Defendant Renews Complaint Against Deputy Prosecutor

WHEN IS EVIDENCE “SUFFICIENT?” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 29, 2018) — In the case of State of Tennessee v. Roy Cook, 2013-CR-197, which was dismissed by the prosecution in June of last year, the question of information missing from an email exchanged between Cook’s accuser and the prosecutor was left unresolved. The case began in […]

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