Todd Sweet Responds to the Knoxville FBI, Part 2

IS THE MEDIA BEING USED AS A PROPAGANDA TOOL? by Todd J. Sweet, ©2012 (May 6, 2012) — [Editor’s Note:  The following is “Part B” of inmate Todd Sweet’s response to the Knoxville FBI’s characterization of his report of potential terrorism in Monroe County as dubious because of his previous criminal activities.  The initial part […]

Tennessee Inmate: People Become Corrupt Because of Money

CAN GOD CHANGE AMERICA BACK TO WHAT SHE WAS, ONE PERSON AT A TIME? by Todd Sweet, ©2012 (Mar. 21, 2012) — Money.  Cash.  Moola. Everyone loves to talk of money. Dreams are built as well as are torn down by it. The Bible tells us that it in itself isnt [sic] the root of […]

New Year’s Visit to Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

“DENIED SHOWER ACCESS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan.2, 2012) — A visitor to the Monroe County jail on New Year’s Day reported the following: Walt looked and talked fine.  He gets daily treatment and monitoring from the contract nurses who work for the jail.  He is also getting a low glycemic diet, amazingly.  He has spent […]

Monroe County Fails to Respond to Legal Pleadings in Fitzpatrick Case

HABEAS CORPUS IGNORED; FEDERAL CHARGES COULD BE PENDING by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 18, 2011) — On October 6, 2011 a Writ of Habeas Corpus was filed with the Monroe County court, located within the Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee, in regard to the incarceration of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III.  The court has failed to initiate […]

Walter Fitzpatrick Transferred to Loudon County Jail

BUT WHY? by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 24, 2011) — The Post & Email was informed today that Walter Fitzpatrick, who was arrested following his sentencing hearing on September 23, 2011 at the Monroe County courthouse, has been transferred to the Loudon County jail. The sentencing hearing was in regard to a conviction for assault rendered […]

Is Monroe County Law Enforcement Complicit in the murder of Jim Miller?

LOCAL NEWSPAPER SAYS INVESTIGATION “MAKING PROGRESS,” BUT REPORTS OF “HARD EVIDENCE” IGNORED by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 21, 2010) — Why is it that two inmates at the Monroe County jail who have stated that they know the identity of at least one of the perpetrators in the case of murdered elections official Jim Miller have […]

Fitzpatrick: This is a Break in the Case of the Murder of Jim Miller

“YOU NEED TO GET THIS TO THE FBI” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 8, 2010) —At approximately 7:45 p.m., The Post & Email received a call from Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III at the Monroe County detention facility where he has been held since October 27 without bond for allegedly failing to appear at a hearing in […]