Fitzpatrick: “Court-Martialed for Nothing”

Fitzpatrick:  “Court-Martialed for Nothing”

FABRICATION, FALSEHOODS AND FORGERY by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 19, 2013) — CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) and The Post & Email are preparing the manuscript for a book which will detail the numerous crimes involved in his Special Court-Martial of April 1990 which produced the largest criminal cover-up in U.S. military history.  Dozens and […]

Fitzpatrick Confronts His Accuser…Again

Fitzpatrick Confronts His Accuser…Again

WRITING OF TELL-ALL BOOK ON “THE MOST REVIEWED COURT-MARTIAL IN U.S. HISTORY” UNDER WAY by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 13, 2013) — October 13 is the official birthday of the U.S. Navy, which makes it 238 years old today. October 13 is also the day in 1989 on which CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III received a […]

Fitzpatrick: Navy “Willing to Destroy Subordinates to Protect the Institution”

Fitzpatrick:  Navy “Willing to Destroy Subordinates to Protect the Institution”

“A CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 25, 2013) —In a previous report, The Post & Email described how a culture of corruption permeated the U.S. Navy from at least the late 1980s through the mid-1990s, encompassing the Tailhook scandal and the court-martial of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III. In 1989, several charges without any basis […]

Military Corruption: Unlawful Command Influence

Military Corruption:  Unlawful Command Influence

HOW COMMON IS IT, AND HOW MANY HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY IT? by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 8, 2013) — Charges against one of eight U.S. Marines have been abruptly dropped after a military judge granted an order to allow Marine Corps attorneys to provide testimony as to how “senior commanders had interfered in the case […]

U.S. Navy & Marines, NCIS Colluded to Obscure Crime of Forgery

U.S. Navy & Marines, NCIS Colluded to Obscure Crime of Forgery

“IT MAKES THE NAV LOOK REALLY BAD” by CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), ©2013 (Sep. 5, 2013) — It was sixteen years ago this day when I walked into Rear Admiral John Hutson’s Pentagon office (Navy TJAG #36). It was a Friday, just before noon. Don Guter (then future Navy TJAG #37), still wearing […]