Florida Case Charging Veteran with 14 Felonies Postponed Until April

Florida Case Charging Veteran with 14 Felonies Postponed Until April

WHAT WILL THE JURY SAY? by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 2, 2015) — A trial originally scheduled for February 9 at the Dixie County, FL courthouse for Vietnam veteran Terry George Trussell has been postponed until April 14. As a result of having served as the empaneled Dixie County grand jury foreman last year, Trussell was […]

Dixie County, FL Man Deemed “Competent” to Represent Himself

Dixie County, FL Man Deemed “Competent” to Represent Himself

“WE HAVE THIS ON TRANSCRIPT!” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 13, 2014) — A Dixie County, FL Vietnam combat veteran has been deemed “competent” to appear without Bar Association counsel at an upcoming trial in February on charges stemming from his service as the county grand jury foreman. The one-hour hearing had been scheduled for 15 […]

Florida Judge Says Defendant Must “Qualify” to Represent Himself

Florida Judge Says Defendant Must “Qualify” to Represent Himself

AND BILL OF PARTICULARS CAN BE PROVIDED ONLY TO AN ATTORNEY by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 17, 2014) — On October 30, Dixie County, FL defendant Terry George Trussell was arraigned following a three-week incarceration which began on October 9. On October 9, Judge James C. Hankinson of Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit convened the hearing five […]

Vietnam Combat Veteran of Judicial Corruption: “This is Not What I Went to Vietnam to Fight For”

Vietnam Combat Veteran of Judicial Corruption:  “This is Not What I Went to Vietnam to Fight For”

“THE CONSTITUTION IS STILL THE LAW OF THE LAND” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 11, 2014) — In our interview of Dixie County, FL defendant Terry Trussell following his release from jail on October 30, The Post & Email discussed the matter of judicial corruption which Trussell said is turning Americans into “abject slaves.” Trussell was […]

What Do Dixie County, FL and Monroe County, TN Have in Common?

What Do Dixie County, FL and Monroe County, TN Have in Common?

“JUDICIAL TYRANNY WILL DESTROY US ALL” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 1, 2014) — Following the release of Terry Trussell from the Dixie County, FL jail on Thursday, radio host and blogger Jason W. Hoyt compared Florida Second Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson to Kim Jong-Un, the current dictator of communist North Korea. In a radio broadcast, […]

Eyewitness to Fitzpatrick Sentencing: “We Clapped for Walter”

Eyewitness to Fitzpatrick Sentencing:  “We Clapped for Walter”

“COWARD” OR “HERO?” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 21, 2014) — “The judge came out and just blasted Walter in every direction he could.” That was the description of an eyewitness of how Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood behaved in the courtroom on Tuesday toward CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who was convicted on June 24 […]

Motion Hearing in Fitzpatrick Case on Monday

Motion Hearing in Fitzpatrick Case on Monday

“IF THE COURT FOLLOWS THE LAW” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 6, 2014) — On Tuesday, Atty. Van Irion filed a request for subpoenas in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III which arose from the defendant’s arrest at the McMinn County courthouse while sitting on a bench reading a book awaiting […]