Monroe County, TN: Prosecutor Moves to Public Defender’s Office

Monroe County, TN:  Prosecutor Moves to Public Defender’s Office

BUT SHOULD HE REPRESENT THOSE HE CLAIMED WERE CRIMINALS? by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 24, 2016) — A trial scheduled to begin on Tuesday, January 26, in Monroe County, TN of defendant Marvin William Young may be postponed as a result of the prosecutor, Paul D. Rush, having joined the judicial district’s public defender’s office within […]

George Raudenbush Granted New Trial by Tennessee Appeals Court

George Raudenbush Granted New Trial by Tennessee Appeals Court

BUT WHAT OF THE COMPROMISED GRAND JURY? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 22, 2013) — In a letter received approximately two weeks ago, Tennessee state prisoner George Raudenbush wrote that “This may be one of the last mission update reports I send from North East Correctional Center, as my release could be any day.” On Saturday, […]

Is There a Sea Change Occurring in Tennessee?

Is There a Sea Change Occurring in Tennessee?

RETALIATORY INCARCERATION DEEMED “UNCONSTITUTIONAL” BY THOSE WHO ONCE TURNED A BLIND EYE TO STATE CORRUPTION by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 1, 2013) — The Post & Email has received what could be the last letter from George Raudenbush before his impending release from a Tennessee state prison. Raudenbush has spent the last two years incarcerated after […]

Post Conviction, Part 6

Post Conviction, Part 6

DEFENSE ATTORNEY AGREES WITH INMATE’S REQUEST FOR SPECIAL JUDGE by Todd Joseph Sweet, ©2013 (Feb. 20, 2013) —[Editor’s Note:  The following letter arrived today from Todd Sweet, a Tennessee state inmate, in handwritten form and has been reproduced here in unedited fashion as a sequel to Part 5.  Sweet reported in a handwritten note that […]

Update on Polk County, TN Prisoner Rex Peak

Update on Polk County, TN Prisoner Rex Peak

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CONTINUES TO PREY ON ITS CITIZENS, WHILE STATE OFFICIALS “INVESTIGATE” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 24, 2012) — The Post & Email recently received a letter from Rex Peak, who turned himself in after U.S. marshals went to his former home in Florida to arrest him, although he was never charged with a […]

Monroe County Man Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison Denied Retrial…But Why?

“ONE LIE AFTER ANOTHER” Interview by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Mar. 13, 2011) — The Post & Email has previously covered the case of a Monroe County, TN man currently serving an 18-year sentence handed down by Judge Carroll L. Ross who appealed his conviction but today remains in the Morgan County Correctional Complex in […]