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 […]

How Does Athens Federal Community Bank “Salute” Veterans?

How Does Athens Federal Community Bank “Salute” Veterans?

BANK PRESIDENT & CEO, FORMER GRAND JURY FOREMAN, ADMITTED VETERAN DID NOT COMMIT PERJURY by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 14, 2017) — A sign saying “We Salute Our Vets” outside of the Athens Federal Community Bank in Athens, TN is belied by the actions of the bank’s president and CEO, Jeffrey L. Cunningham, who was the […]

Roane County, TN Prosecution of Extortion Case Nearing Its Fourth Year

Roane County, TN Prosecution of Extortion Case Nearing Its Fourth Year

THREE ATTORNEYS REFUSE TO FILE MOTION TO DISMISS by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 13, 2016) — On April 25, 2013, Roane County, TN citizen Roy Cook was indicted by the county grand jury on one count of “extortion,” a charge brought forward by his twin brother, Andrew Cook, who resides in Costa Rica. Roane County is […]

Inmate’s Story Echoes Those of Prison Abuse, Fraud, “Cover-Ups”

Inmate’s Story Echoes Those of Prison Abuse, Fraud, “Cover-Ups”

“NO PERSON IS SAFE” by Anonymous Inmate, NWCX, Tiptonville, TN (Mar. 5, 2016) — The letter below was received by The Post & Email on Friday, March 4 and corroborates the numerous reports received over the last year from other inmates describing prisoners-for-profit schemes and other abuses at NWCX, a Tennessee state prison located in […]

The Post & Email Awaits Response on Confiscation of Mail, Stamps from Tennessee Inmate Walter Fitzpatrick

The Post & Email Awaits Response on Confiscation of Mail, Stamps from Tennessee Inmate Walter Fitzpatrick

WHILE FITZPATRICK’S MEDICAL, PHYSICAL SITUATION RAPIDLY WORSENS by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 30, 2016) — The letter below was sent by certified mail on January 14, 2016 to the official whose position, but not his name, was indicated on a form as the party to whom complaints regarding withheld prisoner mail were to be directed. The […]

The Post & Email Mourns the Loss of Gary Church, Tennessee Youth Mission Leader

The Post & Email Mourns the Loss of Gary Church, Tennessee Youth Mission Leader

COURT-WATCHER AND HOME-SCHOOLING ADVOCATE by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 13, 2016) — Earlier on Wednesday, The Post & Email learned that Gary Wayne Church, a leader of the Appalachian Youth Missions organization in eastern Tennessee who worked with George Joseph Raudenbush III, died in a plane crash on December 12 in Benton. Church, 61, was flying […]

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 […]

Report: Tipton County, TN: 50 Grand Jury Indictments Produced After Only Three Cases Presented

Report:  Tipton County, TN:  50 Grand Jury Indictments Produced After Only Three Cases Presented

“LOCKING PEOPLE UP LEFT AND RIGHT” by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 19, 2015) — Last week, a professional involved in Tennessee’s 25th Judicial District court system told a local private individual that “they’re basically locking people up left and right, getting people out on bond and within a week, rearrest them, revoke their bond and increase […]

Fitzpatrick Reports Second Prisoners-for-Profit Scheme

Fitzpatrick Reports Second Prisoners-for-Profit Scheme

“TROUBLE IS ONLY GOING TO RAMP UP” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 14, 2015) — As reported on June 4, The Post & Email received a letter from CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who has been imprisoned by the state of Tennessee since August 19 of last year on a three-year sentence for convictions of […]

Fitzpatrick Appeal Hearing Scheduled for May 19

Fitzpatrick Appeal Hearing Scheduled for May 19

FACTS, JURISDICTION CALLED INTO QUESTION by Sharon Rondeau (May 6, 2015) — Atty. Van Irion has filed a brief in response to the “Brief of the State of Tennessee” in the case of State of Tennessee v. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, 14CR69, now on appeal with the Tennessee Criminal Court of Appeals-Eastern Division. Irion filed […]

Tennessee Inmate Describes “Prison Industry” As Lining Pockets of Government Bureaucrats

Tennessee Inmate Describes “Prison Industry” As Lining Pockets of Government Bureaucrats

“THEIR GOAL IS TO CONVICT YOU” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 22, 2015) — The Post & Email recently heard from Tennessee inmate Mike Parsons, who was reincarcerated last February after allegedly violating the terms of his parole. Parsons was first incarcerated in 2009 after being convicted by a Tipton County, TN jury of “aggravated assault” […]

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case

Appeal Filed in Fitzpatrick Case

“THE GRAND JURY IS WHAT MAKES US A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 9, 2015) — On Thursday, a 25-page appeal was filed with the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, Eastern Division, on behalf of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who was convicted last June of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” after he brought […]

Monroe County, TN Court Clerk Responds to The Post & Email

Monroe County, TN Court Clerk Responds to The Post & Email

“IT IS THE WAY IT IS DONE IN TENNESSEE…” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — On Monday morning, after hearing from a man convicted a second time of traffic violations in Monroe County, TN that the time of his sentencing hearing had been changed from noon to 9:00 a.m. without notice to him, The […]

Monroe County, TN: Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

Monroe County, TN:  Sentencing for George Raudenbush Monday Without Counsel?

“THE PEOPLE…HAVE TURNED THEIR BACK ON GOD” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 15, 2014) — Christian missionary George Joseph Raudenbush, III is scheduled to be sentenced on seven convictions from a November 25 trial on Monday, December 15, at noon, but for the second time, he has no attorney. In August 2011, Raudenbush was convicted on […]

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

Tennessee Missionary Retried, Convicted, to be Sentenced December 15

“FOCUSING ON THE POSITIVES IS WHAT’S IMPORTANT” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 8, 2014) — A Tennessee Christian missionary who has already spent more than two years in state prison on convictions for traffic violations from nearly four years ago is facing sentencing a second time on December 15. In August 2011, George Joseph Raudenbush, III […]

Monroe County, TN: Marvin William Young Trial Delayed

Monroe County, TN:  Marvin William Young Trial Delayed

IS NEW CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE ANY DIFFERENT FROM THE LAST? by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 1, 2014) — A status hearing held on November 17, 2014 in Madisonville, TN for defendant Marvin William Young resulted in a postponement of his trial to an undetermined date, with the next status hearing scheduled on January 26, 2015. In […]

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