Exposure of Tennessee Corruption Comes Full Circle

Exposure of Tennessee Corruption Comes Full Circle

“A GOVERNMENT HIT” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 10, 2014) — On November 8, 2013, Judy Walton of The Chattanooga Times Free Press reported that Wallace “Boonie” Stokes incriminated himself in the murder of Monroe County Republican Elections Commissioner Jim Miller, who was killed on July 17, 2010 by gunfire, burned, and found in the trunk […]

Fitzpatrick: “This is What We’ve Been Exposing for Three Years”

WHAT PROMPTED THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA TO REPORT ON PUBLIC CORRUPTION NOW? by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 14, 2012) — On August 12, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III contacted The Post & Email to advise that The Chattanooga Times Free Press had begun a six-day series of reports on alleged corruption within the prosecutor’s office in Tennessee’s Tenth […]

The Criminals are Running Law Enforcement… and the Country

CAN NO ONE ARREST A CRIMINAL JUDGE IN TENNESSEE? by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Aug. 31, 2011) — Editor’s Note:  The events depicted by LCDR Fitzpatrick in the following interview occurred on August 30, 2011. ——————— I called the Tenth Judicial District office today and spoke with Assistant District Attorney Robinson.  I sent the audio […]

Monroe County, TN Missionary Convicted of Six Misdemeanors and One Felony

WAS THIS JURY RIGGED LIKE ALL THE OTHERS? by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 25, 2011) — The Post & Email has learned that George Raudenbush, a missionary whose trial on various charges took place in the Madisonville courthouse yesterday, was convicted of six misdemeanors and one felony by a trial jury selected by Chief Court Clerk […]

Second Trial for Walter Fitzpatrick to be held June 23, 2011

OCTOBER 27, 2010 ARREST YIELDED TWO CHARGES by Sharon Rondeau   (Jun. 23, 2011) — There will be a trial beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Monroe County courthouse on June 23, 2011, for Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, who was arrested on October 27, 2010 and charged with “Assault” and “Resisting Arrest.” The charges emanate […]

Fitzpatrick: Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Guilty of Defamation of Character

DEPUTY TOLD POTENTIAL TOURIST THAT THOSE OPPOSING GOVERNMENT TYRANNY ARE “CULT” MEMBERS AND “ECCENTRICS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 15, 2011) — On the evening of June 14, 2011, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, who has exposed corruption within the Monroe County, TN Sheriff’s Department and judiciary as well as throughout the state of Tennessee, gave his […]

Update: Cowardly Tennessee Judges Avoid Subpoenas in Fitzpatrick Case

IS THERE A JUDGE IN THE STATE WHO HASN’T BROKEN THE LAW AND CAN HEAR THE CASE? by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 11, 2011) —  Judge Donald P. Harris is scheduled to preside over a trial for Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III on June 23, 2011, which  was scheduled without any of the customary preliminary motions. The […]

Tennessee Judge Openly Seeks Conviction of Defendant

JUDGE AMY ARMSTRONG REEDY WORKS WITH OTHER COURT FUNCTIONARIES TO ASSEMBLE AND OPERATE A “JAUNDICED JURY” IN THE MURDER TRIAL OF MICHAEL DEWY ELLINGTON by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (May 24, 2011) — “Thank you, Joe!” Reedy yells from the bench to the jaundiced juror, “Good to see someone is paying attention!” This report records […]

Christian Youth Missions Organization Sues Tennessee Sheriff

SHERIFF BILL BIVENS CALLED TO ACCOUNT FOR CONFISCATION OF CHURCH PROPERTY REPORTED TO THE FBI (May 23, 2011) — The following press release was received today from the Monroe County-based Christian Citizens Against Corruption: Contact: George Raudenbush, (423) 761-9518, Christian Citizens against Corruption (tnccc.com) MONROE COUNTY, Tenn., May 23, 2011 /On Tuesday June 8th 2010 […]

Defense Turns Michael Ellington’s Murder Trial Into an Inquisition Regarding the Corruption of Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens and His Deputies!

MONROE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DETECTIVE TRAVIS JONES SIGHS, “I’M CONFUSED” by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (May 17, 2011) — Assistant Public Defender Jeanne Wiggins splayed Monroe County Sheriff’s Detective Travis Jones during cross-examination this afternoon on Day 1 of the Michael Ellington murder trial. Eliciting from Detective Jones one sobering revelation after the next, Attorney Wiggins […]

Tennessee Prosecutor Argues Not All Men are Legally Allowed to Use a Firearm in Self-Defense of an Attacker Perceived Deadly!

BIZARRE PROSECUTION THEORY NEVER BEFORE RAISED IN A TENNESSEE STATE OR FEDERAL CASE by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (May 17, 2011) — [Editor’s Note: The report that follows depicts events as they occurred on the morning of May 16, 2011.] On the threshold of a murder trial beginning in just hours, Prosecutor James H. Stutts […]