“The Land Where the Law Went to Die,” Conclusion

“The Land Where the Law Went to Die,” Conclusion

FITZPATRICK:  EVIL MUST BE CONQUERED, NOT TOLERATED by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, TDOC #540003, ©2015 (Dec. 9, 2015) — [Editor’s Note: the following is the remainder of a report received by Tennessee prison inmate Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III last week, the first part of which was published on December 4.  The subject matter is the evolution […]

Corruption, Collusion & Cronyism – America’s Judicial System

Corruption, Collusion & Cronyism – America’s Judicial System

FROM “IN DEFENSE OF RURAL AMERICA” by Ron Ewart, President, NARLO, ©2015 (Jan. 11, 2015) — “Loyalty in the legal world is distorting its own peculiar sense of reality.  Loyalty is the legal world’s gravity: it holds that world together; it is omnipotent; it cannot be seen but its effects are observable; it can be […]

What Prompted the Ohio Supreme Court Decision to Allow a Usurper to Remain in Office?

CANDIDATE ALLOWED TO RUN, RETAIN OFFICE DESPITE LACKING STATUTORY QUALIFICATIONS August 10, 2012 Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor The Ohio Supreme Court 65 Front Street Columbus, OH  43215-3431 Dear Chief Justice O’Connor: I own and operate an electronic newspaper, The Post & Email, which focuses on government corruption in all forms and at […]

When Did Judges in Tennessee Start Making Law?

STATUTES ARE ROUTINELY SUPPLANTED BY CASE LAW, PRECEDENT, AND COURT RULES July 27, 2012   Chief Justice Cornelia A. Clark Tennessee Supreme Court 401 Seventh Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219-1407 Dear Chief Justice Clark: I am writing as the editor of The Post & Email, an electronic newspaper which focuses on government corruption as many […]

Is the Grand Jury Foreman a Juror or Not?

SOME JUDGES SAY “YES” AND SOME SAY “NO” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 23, 2012) — According to Tennessee criminal court judges and the Tennessee Supreme Court, the “law” is whatever they say it is at any given time.  Court rules are utilized as if they were statutes. Article I, Section 17 of the Tennessee Constitution […]

Does Case Law Trump Statutory Law?

JUDICIAL OPINIONS CONTRADICT STATE STATUTES by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 13, 2012) — On June 28, 2012, a hearing took place in the “Monroe County Criminal Court” on a charge against Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III of “tampering with government records” set forth in Tennessee Code Annotated (TCA) 39-16-504.  As on a previous hearing on May 4, […]

Potential Landmark Ruling in Judicial Corruption Fight Coming Soon

GEORGIA CITIZEN SEEKS TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST 58 JUDGES by William M. Windsor, blogging at Lawless America (Jun. 28, 2011) — Judge Craig L. Schwall, Sr. of the Fulton County Superior Court should soon issue a decision on whether a Temporary Restraining Order will be issued against 58 federal judges and judicial and government employees […]

“Speaker of the House” Theresa Cao Meets Again with Defense Attorney

“I THINK SHE IS WORKING FOR THE GOVERNMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 23, 2011) — Defendant Theresa Cao, who shouted “Except Obama!  Except Obama!” during the reading of the U.S. Constitution on January 6, met with her public defender on Tuesday, March 22, 2011, after initially having dismissed her on March 14, 2011, prior to […]

Prosecutor insists that case law trumps state law

EYEWITNESS: JUDGE GAVE “PREDETERMINED ANSWER” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 8, 2010) – Tennessee Congressional candidate Mr. H. James Headings was an eyewitness in the courtroom in Madisonville, TN, the seat of Monroe County, TN, for a hearing on Tuesday morning regarding the arrest of Walter Fitzpatrick on April 1, 2010. After asking the Monroe County […]