Sudanese Embassy Denies that Pregnant Woman Jailed, Shackled in Khartoum is a “Civil Rights” Issue

Sudanese Embassy Denies that Pregnant Woman Jailed, Shackled in Khartoum is a “Civil Rights” Issue

“FREE MERIAM!!” by Sharon Rondeau (May 25, 2014) — The Sudanese embassy in Washington, DC insists that the case of Meriam Ibrahim Wani, the eight-month-pregnant young mother who has been jailed, shackled, and reportedly mistreated after a Muslim relative reported her for adultery and “apostasy” last year, is “neither religious nor political.” Her sentence for […]

Update: Is the U.S. Prepared for Kim Jong-Un?

Update:  Is the U.S. Prepared for Kim Jong-Un?

“BELLICOSE RHETORIC” COULD BE REAL DANGER by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 1, 2013) — On Saturday, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un stated that his nation was in “a state of war” with South Korea, which the United States has protected since the end of hostilities in 1953. Jong-Un also threatened to strike the United States, apparently […]

Is the U.S. Becoming Another North Korea?

Is the U.S. Becoming Another North Korea?

FREEDOMS FOR WHICH SO MANY HAVE DIED TO DEFEND ERODED BEFORE OUR EYES by Sharon Rondeau (May 26, 2012) — A 2012 Amnesty International report states that the communist country of North Korea systematically tortures, starves and executes its people without compunction.  There are an estimated 24.6 million inhabitants of the DPRK, or the Democratic […]

Second Update on Walter Fitzpatrick

IN CUSTODY OF U.S. MARSHALS, BUT FOR HOW LONG? by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 23, 2011) — The Post & Email has heard from two readers who have been in touch with the U.S. Marshals’ Service in Knoxville, TN regarding the whereabouts of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, who was arrested and jailed in Monroe County, TN […]

Letter to be sent to Tennessee Executive Branch Official regarding Fitzpatrick Case

OVERVIEW PRESENTS CASE FROM INCEPTION TO PRESENT AND CAN BE USED BY ANYONE CONTACTING RADIO, PRINT AND INTERNET MEDIA by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 7, 2010) — One of our readers requested a brief summary of the Fitzpatrick Monroe County grand jury story to send to an upper-level Tennessee government employee through an intermediary.  I encourage […]