Is the Tennessee Attorney General Recommending the Execution of an Innocent Man?

Is the Tennessee Attorney General Recommending the Execution of an Innocent Man?

WITNESS IN TONY CARRUTHERS CASE RECANTED TESTIMONY by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 26, 2019) — On Tuesday, The Tennessean reported that Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III filed motions with the state Supreme Court that the death sentences of nine inmates be carried through to execution. Slatery had announced the motions on the official website […]

Tennessee Inmate’s Complaint Featured in Radio Interview

Tennessee Inmate’s Complaint Featured in Radio Interview

“NO LEGITIMATE PENALOGICAL OBJECTIVE” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 9, 2018) — On Thursday afternoon, The Post & Email’s editor was a guest on the “Nooganomics” radio show hosted by David Tulis to discuss a letter sent by Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) inmate Grenda Ray Harmer, #88710, to Gov. Bill Haslam regarding conditions within the […]

Former Tennessee Defendant Renews Complaint Against Deputy Prosecutor

Former Tennessee Defendant Renews Complaint Against Deputy Prosecutor

WHEN IS EVIDENCE “SUFFICIENT?” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 29, 2018) — In the case of State of Tennessee v. Roy Cook, 2013-CR-197, which was dismissed by the prosecution in June of last year, the question of information missing from an email exchanged between Cook’s accuser and the prosecutor was left unresolved. The case began in […]

If the FBI Can Investigate Prison Crimes in Mississippi and Georgia, Why Not Tennessee?

If the FBI Can Investigate Prison Crimes in Mississippi and Georgia, Why Not Tennessee?

“EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS,” OR JUST IN SOME PLACES? by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 5, 2017) — An announcement dated February 2 at the website of the U.S. Department of Justice states that two Mississippi correction officers pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi to using excessive force against […]

The Post & Email Contacts the Presidential Transition Team

The Post & Email Contacts the Presidential Transition Team

TENNESSEE, MILITARY, GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 13, 2016) — On Sunday morning, this writer sent the following message through the “Share Your Ideas” portal at the Presidential Transition Team website, greatagain.gov: I plan to continue my now-seven-year work at The Post & Email, an online newspaper which is citizen-driven, focusing on constitutional issues […]

Wife of Tennessee CCA Inmate: “Medically, He’s Not Doing Well”

Wife of Tennessee CCA Inmate:  “Medically, He’s Not Doing Well”

THREE PRIVATE PRISONS IN JUST OVER THREE WEEKS, BUT NO MEDICAL CARE by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 6, 2016) — In late April, Tennessee resident Bridget Thweatt spoke to Nashville-based television station WSMV regarding limited visitation time with her husband, James, who was then incarcerated at the Trousdale Turner Correctional Center (TTCC) in Hartsville, TN. In […]

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case to Tennessee Supreme Court

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case to Tennessee Supreme Court

CAN A PETITIONER FOR “REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES” BE TRIED AND CONVICTED OF EXTORTION? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 11, 2015) — Knoxville attorney Van Irion has filed an appeal in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III to the Tennessee Supreme Court. Fitzpatrick Appeal to TN Supreme Court Fitzpatrick was convicted of […]

Fitzpatrick Trial Postponed to June 23

Fitzpatrick Trial Postponed to June 23

WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE CHARGES? by Sharon Rondeau (May 23, 2014) — On Monday, May 19, at 1:00 p.m. EDT, a hearing was held at the McMinn County, TN courthouse in a case brought by the state against CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) on March 18 of this year. A trial […]