Blackwood Spares George Raudenbush Jail Time

Blackwood Spares George Raudenbush Jail Time

“IT WAS JUST GOD THAT INTERVENED” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — A sentencing hearing was held at 12:00 noon on Monday at the Monroe County, TN courthouse for George Joseph Raudenbush, III after an initial report that the hearing had been advanced to 9:00 a.m. without notice. Before the opening of business on […]

Monroe County, TN: Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

Monroe County, TN:  Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

“THE PEOPLE…HAVE TURNED THEIR BACK ON GOD” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — Christian missionary George Joseph Raudenbush, III is scheduled to be sentenced on seven convictions from a November 25 trial on Monday, December 15, at noon, but for the second time, he has no attorney. In August 2011, Raudenbush was convicted on […]

Eyewitness to Raudenbush Trial Believes Jury was Rigged

Eyewitness to Raudenbush Trial Believes Jury was Rigged

“IT WAS JUST A PRETENSE’” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 12, 2014) — On November 25, Christian missionary George Joseph Raudenbush III was convicted on seven counts of vehicular infractions stemming from an incident on December 30, 2010 in the town of Tellico Plains, TN. Last December, Raudenbush’s initial convictions from 2011 were reversed by an […]

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

“FOCUSING ON THE POSITIVES IS WHAT’S IMPORTANT” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 8, 2014) — A Tennessee Christian missionary who has already spent more than two years in state prison on convictions for traffic violations from nearly four years ago is facing sentencing a second time on December 15. In August 2011, George Joseph Raudenbush, III […]

Reporter With Recording Device Allowed to Remain in Monroe County Courtroom after Fitzpatrick Was Removed for Allegedly Having a Recorder…Which He Didn’t Have

EYEWITNESS:  “HE DIDN’T TRY TO HIDE IT” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 27, 2011) — An eyewitness to the trial of George Raudenbush has told The Post & Email that while one person whom Judge Carroll Ross alleged had a recording device with him in the Madisonville courtroom on August 24, 2011, another, who is known […]

The Monroe County Jail is Still a Gulag

JAILED MISSIONARY TELLS HIS STORY by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 25, 2011) — On December 30, 2010, Mr. George Raudenbush was arrested in Tellico Plains, a small town in Monroe County, TN, on several charges.  Raudenbush is a mission coordinator who oversees adult and youth mission groups arriving in east Tennessee to perform mission work. Mr. […]