Four Years Later, Roane County, TN Extortion Charge Remains Unresolved

Four Years Later, Roane County, TN Extortion Charge Remains Unresolved

DEFENDANT FILES MOTION TO DISMISS FOR PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 12, 2017) — With four defense attorneys and nearly four years behind him, Roane County, TN defendant Roy Cook has filed a Motion to Dismiss the case against him on the grounds of prosecutorial misconduct. After his fourth attorney withdrew from the case […]

Is the Grand Jury Foreman a Juror or Not?

SOME JUDGES SAY “YES” AND SOME SAY “NO” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 23, 2012) — According to Tennessee criminal court judges and the Tennessee Supreme Court, the “law” is whatever they say it is at any given time.  Court rules are utilized as if they were statutes. Article I, Section 17 of the Tennessee Constitution […]

Tennessee Citizens Challenge Corruption

CAN ENDEMIC CORRUPTION LEAD TO A RETURN TO SELF-GOVERNANCE? by Dave Todd (Feb. 13, 2012) — On January 21, 2012,  The Post & Email published an article  titled “Eastern Tennessee Has Been a Hotbed of Corruption for Decades,” stating that The Post & Email has been covering such corruption for about 18 months in Monroe, Roane, McMinn,  […]

Eastern Tennessee Has Been a Hotbed of Corruption for Decades

WHEN DID THE LOCAL MEDIA STOP REPORTING IT? by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 21, 2011) — The Post & Email has been reporting for more than 18 months on corruption in Monroe, Roane, McMinn, Madison and other counties in Tennessee and has learned that such corruption has been a scourge in the area “for generations.” A […]

Courageous Tennessee Mother Victimized by Corrupt Judges Will Not Give Up Her Fight for Justice

TWO YOUNG GIRLS SNATCHED FROM THEIR MOTHER AS A RESULT OF RETALIATION AND CRONYISM by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 29, 2011) — Recently The Post & Email spoke with Karen Caldwell, a 26-year-old mother who has been fighting for her constitutional rights against the corrupt Tennessee judicial machine for two years in an effort to regain […]

Crooked Tennessee Detectives, Cops, Judges and Attorneys

ARE THESE CRIMINALS RUNNING SCARED? July 6, 2011 Dear Editor, Since the two June 2011 letters to Mr. O’Neal’s attorney were posted at The Post & Email, it appears that they have been read by Roane County, Tennessee officials who charged Mr. O’Neal with drug trafficking charges in 2008/09 of which he was convicted and […]

Monroe County Sheriff’s Department Labels Those Standing Up Against Tyranny

AS “RADICALS” AND “ECCENTRICS!” June 13, 2011 Dear Editor of The Post & Email: I was informed by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department that the complainants in Monroe County that have spoken out against police and government corruption, as well as their followers (local and on line followers), are “radicals” and “eccentrics.”  Yes, that was the description given […]

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 Citizen Stands Up to Widespread State Corruption

INMATE REACHES OUT TO “A TOTAL STRANGER” FOR HELP June 2, 2011 Mr. Steve Shope Attorney At Law 620 West Hill Avenue Knoxville, TN 37902 Re: Your client, Ralph T. O’Neil III Dear Mr. Shoup: Per our telephone conversation yesterday regarding your client, Mr. O’Neil, enclosed please find the documents that he mailed to me […]

Judge Refuses to Comply with Subpoena in Ongoing Tennessee Corruption

WHY ARE THE PEOPLE ALLOWING JUDGES TO BE ABOVE THE LAW? by Sharon Rondeau (May 1, 2011) — Senior Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood has refused to answer a subpoena from LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, which is needed for an appeal for his convictions on two misdemeanor charges from last December. Other counties to which […]

Has Monroe County Admitted to Violating the Law?

“THE JUDGE CAN PICK THE FOREPERSON FROM WHEREVER THEY CHOOSE” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 25, 2011) — A local Tennessee newspaper is reporting that the Monroe County grand jury foreman has been “quietly replaced.”  The article states that “turmoil” had arisen after Walter Fitzpatrick, a resident of Monroe County about whose case The Post & […]

Letter to Tennessee’s New Governor, Bill Haslam

CLEAN UP THE CORRUPTION IN YOUR STATE! by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 26, 2011) — The following letter has been sent via facsimile to the office of Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, who was elected on November 2, 2010, succeeding Phil Bredesen, who served as governor for eight years. Governor Bill Haslam First Floor, State Capitol Nashville, […]

All Felonies Dropped against Walter Fitzpatrick; convictions on two misdemeanors

PLUS $3,000 IN FINES AND ADDITIONAL COURT COSTS by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 1, 2010) — As several eyewitnesses at Walter Fitzpatrick’s trial in Monroe County, TN reported this evening, all felony charges against the retired U.S. Naval Academy graduate and 20-year veteran of the U.S. Navy have been dropped. Those charges were “riot,” “disorderly conduct,” […]

It’s going to take Federal Intervention

JUDGE DENIES FITZPATRICK LEGAL COUNSEL by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 2, 2010) — Today is the seventh day of Walter Fitzpatrick’s incarceration in the Monroe County, TN detention facility.  A second unscheduled hearing took place today for which everyone was apparently unprepared. LCDR FITZPATRICK: Today there was an assignment hearing, and it dealt with the additional […]

Prosecutor insists that case law trumps state law

EYEWITNESS: JUDGE GAVE “PREDETERMINED ANSWER” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 8, 2010) – Tennessee Congressional candidate Mr. H. James Headings was an eyewitness in the courtroom in Madisonville, TN, the seat of Monroe County, TN, for a hearing on Tuesday morning regarding the arrest of Walter Fitzpatrick on April 1, 2010. After asking the Monroe County […]