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, […]

Lawsuit Filed Against Judge Walter C. Kurtz was Presided Over By A Compromised Judge

AND IT WAS KURTZ HIMSELF by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 10, 2012) — Rocky Joe Houston and his brother, Clifford Leon Houston, are well-acquainted with Judge Walter C. Kurtz, who has been presiding over Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III’s case in Monroe County. Kurtz has stated that Fitzpatrick’s claim of forged signatures on the charging documents is […]

Trial Date Set for Walter Fitzpatrick

“THEY DO WHATEVER THEY WANT AROUND HERE” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 28, 2012) — Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III told The Post & Email today that a trial date was set for the charge of tampering with government records for September 10, 2012. Fitzpatrick told us that Senior Judge Walter C. Kurtz took no notice of […]

Tennessee Prosecutors and Judges Try to Deny State Law

“THE GOVERNMENT IS REMAINING SILENT” by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Jun. 22, 2012) — [Editor’s Note:  In the following interview,Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III expounds on his discovery of laws passed in 1984 which were intended to reorganize the trial court system in the state of Tennessee.  The laws were never observed, and it is unknown […]

Todd Sweet Promises Monroe County, TN Bombshell

JUDICIAL CORRUPTION “A MIND-BLOWER” by Todd Sweet (Jun. 19, 2012) — The Post & Email received the following letter from Tennessee inmate Todd Sweet in which he states that soon he will “really really upset Monroe County,” about which we have reported extensively in regard to judicial and law enforcement corruption. His reference to “this […]

Walter Fitzpatrick Contacts District Attorney General to Inform Him of Tennessee Court Laws

AND GETS NOTHING BUT DENIAL by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 18, 2012) — On Thursday, June 14, 2012, an article was published in the Knoxville News Sentinel about Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood’s refusal to recuse himself from a case by the “Knox County District Attorney General,” Randy Nichols, who claimed that Blackwood was compromised.  There was […]