MPD Authorization of Agency Regulations

MPD Authorization of Agency Regulations

ARE THESE PROCESSES CONSTITUTIONAL? by Fergus Nolan, ©2019, blogging at MemphisTruth.org (Dec. 7, 2019) — Authorization of Agency (AoA) is a pair of processes at Memphis Police Department and the DA’s office, which are designed to circumvent provisions in the Tennessee criminal trespass law, TCA § 39-14-405.  AoA is designed to enhance public safety by […]

Judge is Common Denominator in Former Sergeant’s Quest for Justice

Judge is Common Denominator in Former Sergeant’s Quest for Justice

TROUBLING PATTERN EMERGES IN 22-YEAR-OLD CONVICTION by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 15, 2019) — Since his 1999 conviction for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover agent and confidential informant, former Shelby County, TN Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) Sergeant Earley Story has been attempting to clear his name of a crime which evidence indicates he did not commit. […]

Tennessee: Pro Se Civil-Rights Lawsuit Proceeding Against Shelby County, City of Memphis

Tennessee:  Pro Se Civil-Rights Lawsuit Proceeding Against Shelby County, City of Memphis

TRIAL DATE SET FOR DECEMBER 16 by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 1, 2019) — On Wednesday, Memphis resident and “Memphis Truth Commission” blogger Fergus Nolan attended a scheduling hearing in a case filed by two local women claiming civil-rights violations on the part of Shelby County, the City of Memphis, and three assistant prosecutors after they […]

Shelby County, TN: Former Law-Enforcement Officer Requests Expedited Hearing Based on “New Evidence” in 22-Year-Old Conviction

Shelby County, TN:  Former Law-Enforcement Officer Requests Expedited Hearing Based on “New Evidence” in 22-Year-Old Conviction

BUT WILL HE RECEIVE A FAIR REVIEW? by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 31, 2019) — On November 15, 2018, The Post & Email published an article detailing a 22+-year effort on the part of Memphis resident Earley Story to clear his name of a felony of which he was convicted in December 1999. The 1997 charge […]

Memphis, TN: Will There Be Justice for Antonio King?

Memphis, TN:  Will There Be Justice for Antonio King?

CLAIM:  “FALSE ARREST” INCARCERATES MAN FOR ALLEGED ROBBERY by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 12, 2019) — On Wednesday The Post & Email spoke with Memphis, TN resident Lillian King, whose husband, Antonio King, has been incarcerated in the Shelby County jail since April of last year on what she says is the false charge of aggravated […]

Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

“JUSTICE HAS TO COME AT SOME POINT” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 19, 2016) — Two recent letters received from inmates at the Shelby County, TN jail reported that Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich was under some type of investigation for conduct associated with her duties as the chief prosecutor for Tennessee’s 30th Judicial […]

Et Tu, Brute? pb

Et Tu, Brute? pb

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FACILITATES THEFT ON A GRAND, SYSTEMIC SCALE by Steven Neill, ©2013 (Feb. 25, 2013) — Almost daily Americans are treated to a new set of sound bites as the last set wears thin. From Romney’s “47%” comment to these headlines “Republican Party in Disarray;” “Hurricane Sandy, Storm of the Century;” “Sandy Hook;” and […]