State Prison Inmate Asks: “Do Our Lives Matter?”

State Prison Inmate Asks:  “Do Our Lives Matter?”

“WE NEED NATIONAL ATTENTION” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 19, 2015) — On July 14, The Post & Email published an article from a Tennessee state prison inmate which described his observations of violence at the Northwest Correctional Complex (NWCX) located in Tiptonville, TN. According to the inmate, dangerous gangs dictate the daily operation of the […]

The Grand Jury: Tool of the Government or the People?

The Grand Jury:  Tool of the Government or the People?

DOES “HAND-PICKING” COMPROMISE OBJECTIVITY? by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 9, 2015) — On Tuesday, The Post & Email spoke with Tipton County, TN clerk Mike Forbess regarding the selection of Tipton County grand jurors. Forbess serves as clerk of court for the Circuit, General Sessions and Juvenile Courts of Tipton County, which is located in the […]

If State Law Allows Tennessee Citizens to Approach a Grand Jury, Why is Walter Fitzpatrick in State Prison?

If State Law Allows Tennessee Citizens to Approach a Grand Jury, Why is Walter Fitzpatrick in State Prison?

FINDING:  EACH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CONDUCTS BUSINESS INDEPENDENTLY by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 29, 2014) — On Monday, The Post & Email reported that a group of citizens had applied and been granted one or more hearings by the Davidson County, TN grand jury earlier this year concerning an allegation that Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey and Speaker […]

Van Irion Speaks Out on “Abuse of Power” of Tennessee District Attorneys

Van Irion Speaks Out on “Abuse of Power” of Tennessee District Attorneys

“ALMOST COMPLETE DISCRETION” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 1, 2014) — Filmmaker William F. Fain has released a second video clip from a promo for “The Field Report” featuring Tennessee Attorney Van Irion, who has defended CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) in two cases in which Fitzpatrick has attempted to bring to the public’s attention […]

Walter Fitzpatrick Relocated

Walter Fitzpatrick Relocated

“A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC?” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 22, 2014) — In checking the McMinn County Sheriff’s Department website for inmates, an entry on Friday morning indicates that CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) was moved at 7:54 a.m. EDT. The destination location is not noted. The Post & Email searched on the website for the […]

Breaking: Report: McMinn County Courthouse “Loaded”

Breaking:  Report:  McMinn County Courthouse “Loaded”

BUT HOW MANY ARE “LAW ENFORCEMENT?” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 19, 2014) — The Post & Email received a report from an individual on the way to the McMinn County courthouse on Tuesday morning for the sentencing hearing for CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) stating that the courthouse is “loaded with people.” While not […]

Can Charges Be Brought Against Criminal Judges and Prosecutors?

Can Charges Be Brought Against Criminal Judges and Prosecutors?

ABUSE OF POWER LEADS TO PROSECUTION OF THE INNOCENT by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 17, 2014) — Marvin William Young is being prosecuted for two invented crimes by the corrupt Monroe County, TN judiciary, including the members of the grand jury who issued an indictment without any evidence. More than two years ago, Young discovered that […]

Bombshell: State of Tennessee Admits No Victim Exists for Fitzpatrick’s “Crimes”

Bombshell:  State of Tennessee Admits No Victim Exists for Fitzpatrick’s “Crimes”

INDICTED, CHARGED, CONVICTED AND SOON TO BE SENTENCED, WITHOUT A VICTIM by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 11, 2014) — The State of Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole has admitted that in the case of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14-CR-69, in which Fitzpatrick was found guilty of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion,” there was no victim. In […]

Monroe County, TN Frames Innocent Man to Protect Criminal Racket

Monroe County, TN Frames Innocent Man to Protect Criminal Racket

“STRENGTH COMES IN NUMBERS” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 10, 2014) — Marvin William Young has been wrongly accused of “especially aggravated kidnapping” and “aggravated burglary” in a criminal racket involving the Monroe County, TN grand jury, Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, and Judge Carroll Lee Ross. Several weeks ago, The Post & Email attempted to speak […]

Letter to Tennessee Attorney General and Others Identifies Crimes, Perpetrators pb

Letter to Tennessee Attorney General and Others Identifies Crimes, Perpetrators pb

PROSECUTORIAL CORRUPTION NOT ACTED UPON by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 16, 2014) — The following letter was sent to Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper, Jr., who determined in March of last year that then-District Attorney General R. Steven Bebb for Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District had not committed offenses which rose to the level of criminality.  The […]

Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District Colludes to Rob Innocent Man of His Inheritance, Freedom, and Possibly His Life

Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District Colludes to Rob Innocent Man of His Inheritance, Freedom, and Possibly His Life

“THERE IS NO HONOR AMONG THIEVES” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 8, 2014) — In preparing an article on the case of Marvin William Young, who has been accused of “especially aggravated kidnapping” and “aggravated burglary” by the Monroe County, TN Sheriff’s Department and “unlawful carry or poss. of a firearm” by the Tellico Plains Police […]

Eastern Tennessee: America’s Penal Colony

Eastern Tennessee:  America’s Penal Colony

“WE’RE REAPING WHAT WE SOW AS PEOPLE” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 28, 2014) — As a result of corruption involving a Tennessee criminal court judge, the Tenth Judicial District prosecutor’s office, and a man who seized an inheritance from his wife who died under highly suspicious circumstances, Marvin Young has been falsely accused by Monroe […]

Why Did District Attorney General Bebb Resign Early?

Why Did District Attorney General Bebb Resign Early?

“NOTHING I HAVE BEEN ACCUSED OF IS TRUE” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 10, 2014) — On Monday, June 16, a hearing will be held in State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14-CR-69, to determine if the Tenth Judicial District should pursue the case  or if a special prosecutor should be appointed. Fitzpatrick’s attorney, […]

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