Is the Media Protecting Certain Presidential Candidates…

Is the Media Protecting Certain Presidential Candidates…

WHILE CONTINUING TO SHIELD OBAMA? by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 26, 2016) — A columnist for The Washington Times has apparently been fired for having stated in a tweet will that he has personal knowledge of an allegation made against presidential candidate Ted Cruz in the media on Thursday. The Times issued three tweets on Friday […]

Mainstream Media Corroborates Inmate Reports of Prison Gang Danger

Mainstream Media Corroborates Inmate Reports of Prison Gang Danger

BUT HOW MUCH HAS NOT BEEN REPORTED? by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 27, 2015) — In an article dated July 25, 2015, The Chattanoogan reported that eight gang members currently imprisoned at the Northwest Correctional Complex (NWCX) “were involved in an uprising on Friday afternoon.” In response to the occurrence, an unnamed prison “official” was quoted […]

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 […]

Donations for Videographer Fee Sought for Fitzpatrick Coverage

Donations for Videographer Fee Sought for Fitzpatrick Coverage

“STAND WITH WALTER, STAND FOR AMERICA, STAND WITH JESUS.  STAND.” by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 9, 2014) — As announced by Lt. Col. Field McConnell (Ret.) of Abel Danger, a prayer breakfast and barbecue will be held on Monday, August 18, 2014 in Athens, TN in honor of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who is […]

Tennessee District Attorney General’s Resignation Makes National News

Tennessee District Attorney General’s Resignation Makes National News

“WHAT IF COMMANDER FITZPATRICK IS RIGHT?” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 10, 2014) — As reported by The Post & Email on Monday evening via The Daily Post-Athenian, District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb for Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District resigned from his post nearly three months before he was set to leave office. The Post-Athenian’s article […]

Judge Amy Reedy Responds to The Post & Email’s Questions on the Grand Jury

Judge Amy Reedy Responds to The Post & Email’s Questions on the Grand Jury

“BY WHICH STATUTE IS IT PERMITTED?” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 27, 2014) — On Saturday evening, The Post & Email contacted Tenth Judicial District Criminal Court Judge Amy Armstrong Reedy and Seventh Judicial District Deputy Attorney General Sandra Donaghy through their respective campaign websites about the construction of grand juries in Tennessee. Reedy has served […]

Report: Frigid Temps Inside Tennessee Prison “Unbearable” pb

Report:  Frigid Temps Inside Tennessee Prison “Unbearable” pb

“ICE FORMS INSIDE OUR TOILETS” by Sharon Rondeau, as told by Todd Sweet (Jan. 16, 2014) — A citizen who received a letter from Tennessee state prison inmate Todd Sweet sent the text of a letter received on Thursday reporting substandard temperatures inside the Bledsoe Prison located in Pikeville. In his letter, Sweet wrote: On […]

Exclusive: Tennessee Tenth Judicial District Public Defender Speaks with The Post & Email

Exclusive:  Tennessee Tenth Judicial District Public Defender Speaks with The Post & Email

“A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO MAKE BOND” by Sharon Rondeau (Dec. 24, 2013) — On Monday, Tenth Judicial District Senior Public Defender Richard Hughes contacted The Post & Email regarding George Raudenbush, whose convictions and subsequent incarceration have been reported in detail previously. Raudenbush was denied his constitutional right to defense counsel by Judge Carroll Lee […]

Will There Be Consequences for Judge Amy Reedy? pb

Will There Be Consequences for Judge Amy Reedy? pb

DEFENSE ATTORNEY ARGUES “NECESSITY” DEFENSE FOR FITZPATRICK by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 21, 2013) — On Wednesday, a hearing for CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) was held at the Tennessee Appeals Court in Knoxville, TN during which Fitzpatrick’s attorney, Van Irion, informed the three-judge panel that Fitzpatrick had removed papers from the Monroe County courthouse on […]

Fitzpatrick: The Grand Jury is What Makes America a Constitutional Republic, Part 1

Fitzpatrick:  The Grand Jury is What Makes America a Constitutional Republic, Part 1

“TOOL FOR TYRANNY” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 23, 2013) — Fifth Amendment grand juries in the United States were originally intended to conduct their own inquiries into matters of suspected crimes, including on the part of government officials.  Additionally, average citizens were at one time able to present evidence of a crime or exculpatory evidence […]

The Madisonville Hoax “Debunked”

The Madisonville Hoax “Debunked”

“A WEALTH OF INFORMATION” by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Apr. 18, 2013) — [Editor’s Note:  The following communication was sent to an editor of a major Tennessee newspaper to explain a series of events which led up to the deployment of more than 100 local police, FBI and TBI agents, and county sheriffs into Madisonville, […]

The Madisonville Hoax – An Executive Brief pb

APRIL 20, 2010, MADISONVILLE, TN by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) (Apr. 5, 2013) — BACKGROUND A group of twenty-nine (29) ordinary citizens came together in peaceful assembly to call attention to the spectacular government corruption discovered in East Tennessee about two years before the Chattanooga Times Free Press began its investigation and reportage in 2012. Date: […]

Tennessee Attorney General Exonerates District Attorney General

Tennessee Attorney General Exonerates District Attorney General

BUT IS THE TIDE TURNING? by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 4, 2013) — After an investigation commenced last August, Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper, Jr. has found that District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb’s actions did not rise to the level of criminal prosecution. Bebb was placed under scrutiny after a series in The Chattanooga […]

Was an Investigation Ever Started into Allegations of Corruption in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District? pb

Was an Investigation Ever Started into Allegations of Corruption in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District? pb

IS THIS “TRANSPARENCY?” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 28, 2012) — This morning The Post & Email contacted the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, a TBI agent, and the office of the Tennessee attorney general to inquire as to the status of an investigation announced late last summer into alleged misconduct within the Tenth Judicial District of the […]

Tennessee Grand Jury Says it Has No Jurisdiction to Review Charges of Voter Fraud and Public Corruption pb

Tennessee Grand Jury Says it Has No Jurisdiction to Review Charges of Voter Fraud and Public Corruption pb

THEN WHAT IS THEIR FUNCTION? by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 22, 2012) — At 8:00 a.m. on November 20, 2012, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III entered the McMinn County, TN courthouse to bring evidence of voting irregularities, military voter disenfranchisement, local public corruption and Obama’s alleged lack of U.S. citizenship to the McMinn County Grand Jury. Fitzpatrick […]

Can Tennessee Judges be Brought to Account?

Can Tennessee Judges be Brought to Account?

FITZPATRICK CASE FRAUGHT WITH LEGAL CHALLENGES PROCEEDS TO TRIAL by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 16, 2012) —The “Monroe County Criminal Court” continues to prosecute a case against Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III despite various defects with the charging documents, indictment, and grand jury.  On October 3, 2012, Special Judge Walter C. Kurtz refused to grant motions filed […]

Why is the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Mum about the “Sovereign Citizen” Program?

Why is the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Mum about the “Sovereign Citizen” Program?

TAXPAYER-FUNDED TRAINING PROGRAM DEMONIZES FITZPATRICK, HUFF AND THE POST & EMAIL by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 10, 2012) — On August 23, 2012, The Post & Email wrote the following letter to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) to submit an Open Records request under TCA 10-7-503, which allows seven business days in which to provide […]

The Post & Email Speaks with Federal Prisoner Darren Huff

The Post & Email Speaks with Federal Prisoner Darren Huff

“IT WASN’T EVEN CLOSE TO WHAT I SAID” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 4, 2012) — Darren Huff, who was convicted last October of violating a federal firearms law, was able to place a telephone call to The Post & Email earlier today from the federal correctional facility in Texarkana, TX, where he has been housed […]