Van Irion seeks 10th Criminal Court Judge position

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10TH DISTRICT,  BRADLEY COUNTY NEWS, CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE SEEKS TENNESSE 10th JUDICIAL DISTRICT CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE POSITION!

(JAG HUNTER note: Counselor Irion is running for the position presently held by Judge Amy F. Armstrong Reedy!)

Quoted from The Bradley County News ~ December 27, 2013 at 8:37 AM (LINK)

Van Irion seeks 10th Criminal Court Judge position

Van Irion has announced his intent to run for the 10th Criminal Court Judge position.

This is most welcome news to the many hopeful in the area that have waited for this announcement with much anticipation and have a great fondness for Van Irion, pronounced “ear ee on.”

I am most pleased to announce that Van Irion is running for Criminal Court Judge in the 10th which spans four counties, Bradley, Polk, McMinn and Monroe.

I have spent many hours with Van and his family and can safely say he is the real deal.

I have seen him in lows as well as highs and he has always remained focused, diligent and head strong to complete the task at hand.

I have shared the National stage with him marching from DC, to Atlanta and to Lubbock Texas as a Lead Plaintiff in a class action lawsuit aimed to stop the dreaded rollout of nationalized healthcare.

We have shed tears of joy and and have also traveled the eastern US hemisphere, much of the 10th District and the 3rd Congressional District in pursuit of our goals. Gone door to door with him to countless homes spreading the message. I call Van Irion a close friend and can tell you there are few finer than him.

I have vetted him and he is a man of great integrity, honor and trustworthiness. He will make a fine Judge representing the 10th Criminal Court Judge division, he will do so impartially and with integrity.

Tell your friends, light up the social airways with this news, VAN IRION for 10th Criminal Court Judge.

Share and then share some more and on election day, get out and pull the lever for Van Irion.

A word from Van Irion:

Do not be unjust in judging — show neither partiality to the poor nor deference to the mighty, but with justice judge your neighbor.
Leviticus 19:15

Thank you for taking the time to consider my candidacy for the position of Criminal Court Judge for Tennessee’s 10th District.
I am deeply committed to the rule of law. As an experienced attorney I have always maintained a commitment to fairness for all participants. As Criminal Court Judge I will uphold the Tennessee and United States Constitutions fairly and impartially, treating all participants in the court process with dignity and respect.
With your support, I hope to serve all of you as Criminal Court Judge for the Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee.

I respectfully ask for your support and for your vote. In the meantime, if you have any questions or want to get more involved please contact me.

Sincerely,

Van Irion

Van Irions experience:

Van Irion is an experienced attorney, admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, the District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, and all State Courts in Tennessee. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee School of Law, Transactions Attorney for the University of Tennessee Research Foundation, and Lead Counsel and Founder of Liberty Legal Foundation.

Prior to becoming an attorney Mr. Irion was a Medical Researcher at the University of California School of Medicine and then founded a biotech company.

Mr. Irion served in the US Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller at USAF Little Rock Air Force Base then continued to serve his community as a volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician.

EXPERIENCE
• Federal and State Courts
As lead attorney Van has litigated jury trials and bench trials in both state and federal courts. Mr. Irion has litigated several cases to the United States Supreme Court. He has handled criminal and civil cases in Tennessee’s Family courts, Juvenile courts, Sessions courts, Circuit courts, Chancery courts, Criminal Court of Appeals and Civil Court of Appeals. He has also practiced before the Tennessee and Georgia State Supreme Courts, the 6th and 9th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and U.S. District Courts in Tennessee, Virginia, Texas, Arizona, and California. He has also handled arbitrations, mediations, bankruptcy challenges, and administrative court matters.
• Attorney for UT
For several years Van served as a transactions attorney for the University of Tennessee Research Foundation where he managed the University’s patent portfolio. Van drafted and executed intellectual property licensing agreements and negotiated multi-million dollar contracts for the University.
• Law Professor
Van taught the next generation of lawyers while serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee School of Law.
• Former Medical Researcher
Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Irion worked in the genetics and medical research fields both in the public and private sectors, including the University of California School of Medicine and University of Tennessee Research Foundation. He has co-authored several peer reviewed scientific research articles. (listed below).
• U.S. Military Veteran
Mr. Irion is proud to have served in the US Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller at the USAF, Little Rock Air Force Base.
• Volunteer Firefighter and EMT
For several years Mr. Irion served as a volunteer Firefighter and licensed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
• Former Congressional Candidate
In 2010 Van ran for Congress in the Republican primary for Tennessee’s 3rd Congressional District. During his campaign, Van was endorsed by Congressman Ron Paul. He was also endorsed by speech writers and other staff of the Reagan White House.
• Lead Counsel and Founder
For three years Van served as the Lead Counsel and Founder of Liberty Legal Foundation. The mission of Liberty Legal Foundation was to strengthen Constitutional protections against governmental abuses by challenging federal court precedents that had diminished the original intent of our Founding Fathers.

Education

University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, CA
Juris Doctor, With Distinction, May 2005
Law Journal: The Transnational Lawyer
Dean’s Scholarship Recipient, 2002-2005
Dean’s Honor Roll, 2003, 2004 & 2005
Academic Achievement Award, 2004
Witkin Award – Top Class Ranking, Contracts, 2003
Witkin Award – Top Class Ranking, Biology, Law & Human Behavior, 2005
Witkin Award – Top Class Ranking, Community Property, 2005
Mock Trial Competition Finalist, 2003
University of California, Davis, California
Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, 1995
Bar Admissions

State Bar of Tennessee
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
Professional Associations
State Bar of Tennessee
Knoxville Bar Association
Selected Scientific Research Publications Authored or Co-

Authored by Mr. Irion
• Non-viral gene delivery to the ventricles in rat brain: Initial evidence for distribution and expression in the CNS; Hecker JG, Hall LL, Irion VR.; Mol Ther. 2001 Mar;3(3):375-84.
• Advances in self-limited gene expression of protective intracellular proteins in-vivo in rat brain; Irion VR, Hecker JG; Anesthesia & Analgesia, 1998:86.
• Self-limited gene expression in vitro in neuronal cell cultures and in vivo in rat brain using mRNA/cationic lipid complexes; Irion VR, Hecker JG; Anesthesia & Analgesia, 1997:84.
• The fidelity of human telomerase; Kreiter M, Irion V, Ward J, Morin G.; Nucleic Acids Symp Ser. 1995;(33):137-9.
• The effect of carrier RNA on transfection efficiency; Third Annual Artificial Self-Assembling Systems For Gene Delivery Conference, November 1996.
• œHsp70 and Reporter Enzyme Expression in Rat Brain after Non-viral Delivery of mRNA and DNA to Lateral Ventricles; Hecker JG, Hall LL, Irion VR.; Society for Neuroscience Meeting, New Orleans, November, 2000.
• mRNA cationic lipid transfected expression of firefly luciferase in mammalian cells is enhanced by addition of tRNA; Giles J, Irion VR, Hecker JG; Western Anesthesia Residents Conference, Seattle, WA, April 17, 1999.
• œEffect of cationic lipid ratio and carrier RNA on transfection efficiency; 3rd Annual Artificial Self-Assembling Systems for Gene Delivery Conference; Irion VR, Hecker JG; Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Newton Upper Falls, MA. November 17-18, 1996.
• Effects of electromagnetic fields on gene expression; Irion VR, Irion DN; Golden State Venture Capital Conference & Entrepreneur Expo, San Rafael, April 23-24, 2001.

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JAG HUNTER here:

Tennessee LAW commands that all Monroe County Tennessee Grand and Petite (Petty or Petit or Trial) jurors be picked from a jury pool filled (populated) “without opportunity for the intervention of any human agency to select a particular name and in a manner that causes no prejudice to any person.” (Note 1)

In Monroe County “Our Jury selection is totally automated.” (Note 2)

Under Tennessee LAW no Tennessee judge is allowed to hand pick any Monroe County Tennessee juror. No judge is allowed to humanly intervene in the Monroe County Grand Jury selection process! (Note 1)

In Monroe County Tennessee: “Two Grand Juries are impaneled in December and serve for a period of 1-year. They rotate months for appearing. Example: Panel 1 reports in January. Panel 2 February. Panel 1 March, etc.” (Note 3)

There exists no LAW allowing for any judge to hand pick the Monroe County Grand Jury Foreman, or to pick the Foreman for any Tennessee jury.

There exists no Tennessee LAW allowing for any judge to hand pick THE SAME PERSON to serve on two different juries simultaneously.

There exists no Tennessee LAW allowing for any judge to personally select THE SAME PERSON to the position of jury Foreman serving as Foremen before two different juries simultaneously!

Monroe County Criminal Court Circuit Judges have hand picked Mr. Gary D. Pettway as Foreman before TWO Monroe County Grand Juries for “approximately 27-years.” (Note 3)

In those 27-years Gary Pettway has stood before at least 54 different Monroe County Grand Juries as Foreman.

Note 1: Tennessee Code as Annotated §22-2-304 and §22-2-310

Note 2: Letter from Monroe County Clerk of the Criminal, Circuit and Sessions, Juvenile Courts–Ms. Martha M. “Marty” Cook dated 1 February 2010.

Note 3: Letter from Monroe County Clerk of the Criminal, Circuit and Sessions, Juvenile Courts–Ms. Martha M. “Marty” Cook dated 21 January 2010.

Related link: Law breakers “ruling” our Nation (click here)


Here endth the lesson!

GRAND JURY MAN!

 

 

Tennessee State Senator Mae Beavers - Chairman, Senate Juriciary Committee

From: Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

To: Tennessee State Senator Mae Beavers, Chairman Senate Judiciary Committee

Subject: The Dictatorship of the Judiciary! The take over of Tennessee Grand Juries!

Distribution: Wide

(1) Tennessee judges have taken over Tennessee government operations in myriad acts of Treason. The judges are enacting their own laws from the bench. The judges order prosecutors and sheriffs to enforce judicial mandates.

(2) Tennessee Judges ignore laws passed by the Tennessee legislature and signed by the governor.

(3) On 13 June 2008 Governor Phil Bredesen signed into Tennessee law a bill setting jury service term-limits.

(4) On 3 December 2008 Tennessee Judge Amy Armstrong Reedy personally appointed Mr. Gary D. Pettway into Pettway’s 19th and 20th consecutive years as a juror in the Monroe County Grand Jury.

(5) On 28 June 2010 Tennessee Judge Carroll L. Ross affirmed the law of the judiciary publicly declaring Gary Pettway has done a “great job” over the past twenty-years. Carroll Ross went on to say nothing was better settled in Tennessee State than the Dictatorship of the Judiciary. Ross said out loud that the Dictatorship of the Judiciary would appoint Pettway into the Monroe County Grand Jury for fifty-years if it so desired!

(6) On Tuesday, 5 October 2010 Tennessee Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood affirmed the Dictatorship of the Judiciary by openly and publicly allowing Gary Pettway to remain on the Monroe County Grand Jury. Jon Kerry Blackwood further allowed jurors throughout the State of Tennessee to remain on County Grand Juries aware the Tennessee statute setting jury-service term limits is being outrageously and violently disobeyed.

(7) In Roane County Tennessee it’s reported Mr. Snow stands as a permanent, professional juror on the Grand Jury for 23 (twenty-three) consecutive years. Mr. Joel Reilly stands in the McMinn County Grand Jury for 6 (six) years in a row. Professional juror Ms. Kay Redfern preceded Reilly in the McMinn County Grand Jury for 10 (ten) years running. There is a report from Hamilton County Tennessee of a juror in the Grand Jury for fifteen (15) continuous years. And then we have professional, permanent juror Gary Pettway in the Monroe County since 4 January 1990 (20-years).

(8) Jon Kerry Blackwood, rather than obeying Tennessee State law, relied upon at least five rulings from a Tennessee judge’s bench that in the extant Dictatorship of the Judiciary, the law of the judges holds supremacy over Tennessee State statue. Attorney James H. Stutts (in the name of 10th Judicial District Attorney General Steve Bebe (former judge)) reminded Blackwood that in Tennessee State, it’s the judges who rule unconstrained.

(9) Just weeks ago in her operation of the Dictatorship of the Judiciary, Judge Amy Armstrong Reedy denied Mr. Samuel Whitting trial by jury in the presence of a court reporter. Reedy then ordered the court reporter out of the courtroom. After the court reporter was gone and in the absence of a jury, Reedy ruled on Mr. Whitting’s case robbing Mr. Whitting the protection of a jury. I’m told just moments ago, Amy Reedy has caused the issuance of Mr. Samuel Whitting’s arrest warrant. (Note: Samuel Whitting is fighting a speeding ticket – traveling at 79 mph in a traffic zone where the posted speed limit is 70 mph).

(10) Ms. Angela Davis served in Monroe County on trial jury duty between 1 January and 30 June 2009. Under Tennessee State statute Ms. Davis is prohibited from serving on any jury in any part of Tennessee State until 1 July 2011. Gary Pettway’s Monroe County Grand Jury term ended last year on 31 December 2009. Mr. Pettway is lawfully prohibited from serving on another Tennessee jury until 1 January 2012. And yet Davis and Pettway both sit on this year’s 2010 Monroe County Grand Jury! We know this much only: Amy Armstrong Reedy hand picked both Davis and Pettway as jurors!

(11) The take over of Tennessee County Grand Juries was openly and publicly reported to U.S. Senator Bob Corker in the early evening of Tuesday, 5 October 2010. Senator Corker’s staffers were there. Monroe County General Sessions Court Judge J. Reed Dixon was in the audience. Staff district assistant Maxine O’Dell Gernert was present in place of U.S. Representative John Duncan. Tennessee State Representative Jimmy Matlock was there Tuesday night. There was to be sure a press and police presence.

(12) Before Tuesday evening the judicial take over of the Tennessee Grand Juries was reported to you! The Treason was reported to every Tennessee legislator. Every one! The judicial stacking of juries was reported to Governor Bredesen, State Attorney General Cooper and to the Tennessee State Supreme Court. The crime of jury-tampering is reported to every law enforcement agency you can think to name.

(13) Not a single agency claims jurisdiction to enforce Tennessee law as it goes to removing jurors from juries wherein the jurors exceed term limits. Wherein judges are discovered stacking those juries.

(14) Citizen efforts to enforce the law were met (are being met) by armed resistance. You can read about how this has worked out elsewhere. Or you can consult with staff assistant Wilkerson.

(15) For all of this, Pettway and Davis still sit at this moment on the 2010 Monroe County Grand Jury!

(16) Carroll L. Ross, operating as Ross does in the Dictatorship of the Judiciary, ordered me on 28 June 2010 not to report these matters to you (or anyone) under threat of arrest and other punishments. Ross doesn’t want folks who’ve discovered the judicial Dictatorship to report to authorities.

(17) District Attorney General Steve Bebe repeated and extended Ross’ threat on 11 August 2010. James Stutts acted as Bebe’s mouthpiece.

(18) There was once a time when issues such as those brought to your attention again today could be taken directly to a County Grand Jury and reported there. It’s because judges could not survive the scrutiny of a community Grand Jury that the judges kidnapped Tennessee’s Grand Juries. You must understand the in the state and federal Constitutions we find the voice and power of the people in the construction, the assembly and the operation of a Grand Jury. It is the operation of a Grand Jury that makes the United States a Representative Republic!

(19) The Dictatorship of the Judiciary replaced Tennessee Grand Juries with a government organ called the Court of the Judiciary. Said another way: There exists no judicial oversight.

(20) Forcibly resisting constitutional government thereby replacing that government with a rival, unconstitutional government is one text book definition for TREASON!

(21) What are you prepared to do?

/s/



To: Mr. Tommy Millsaps

Editor – Monroe County, TN Advocate & Democrat newspaper

Mr. Michael Thomason
Staff writer – Advocate & Democrat

Mr. Tommy Wilson
Publisher – Advocate & Democrat

Mr. Brian Allison (COO GMG – Las Vegas Sun)

Mr. Taz Painter – Editor WBIR – Knoxville, TN

Subj: Indecent and unprofessional conduct individually as professionals and more widely as leaders of your respective organizations.

A dear friend of mine who just finished repairing the Rosary my father carried in his pocket during the suicide amphibious assault into northwest Africa on 8 November 1942 (OPERATION TORCH) reminds me that if I allow your lies to go unchallenged your lies become the truth.

This aggressive challenge is the product of her encouragement.

I should add there’s a Sergeant of Marines who is also adamant I put you two indecent men in your place (click here).

The facts:

Mr. Gary D. Pettway was exposed in January 2010 as an illicit, impostor foreman to the Monroe County Tennessee Grand Jury.

Madisonville, Tennessee is the Monroe County seat.

Pettway’s criminal business was thoroughly investigated and publicly reported in February 2010:

Under Tennessee LAW (click here) all jurors must be selected in a random process that is totally free of any interference involving human agency. Monroe County officials select two Grand Juries for each calendar year to serve a 12-month term.

Jury #1 or panel #1 sits in January.

Jury #2 sits in February.

Jury #1 returns to the jury room in March.

Now pay attention here: Jury #1 sits in April…Jury #2 sits in May…Jury #1 comes back again in June (see the appendices to the U.S. Grand Jury report – click here).

Criminal court circuit judge Carroll Ross hand-picked Gary Pettway as Grand Jury foreman for calendar year 2010. Ross personally assigned Pettway as foreman to both of the TWO 2010 juries.

Of greater significance is this: Criminal court judges have personally appointed Gary Pettway as foreman before each of the TWO Monroe County Grand Juries for “approximately” the past 27-years.

Pettway has stood as foreman in front of at least 54 different Grand Juries

Gary Pettway was aggressively reported as a criminal in related matters leading up to January 2010.

Because Pettway was exposed in January 2010 as a government functionary, a hand-selected judicial puppet, each of the law enforcement agencies contacted from September through December 2009 were contacted again.

Other people and organizations responsible for oversight regarding “Pettway’s Grand Jury” were also alerted.

Beginning on 3 September 2009 and continuing to 30 March 2010 tens of criminal complaints naming Gary Pettway were filed with:

  • Madisonville, TN Police Chief Gregg Breeden.

  • Sweetwater, TN Police Chief Edie Byrum (Pettway is a Sweetwater resident).

  • Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens.

  • Tennessee Bureau of Investigations Special-Agent-in-charge Dennis Daniels (Chattanooga Division).

  • Federal Bureau of Investigations Special-Agent-in-charge Richard L. Lambert, Jr. (Knoxville Division).

  • Tennessee State Court of the Judiciary (J.S. Daniel – Disciplinary Counsel).

Official complaints, notices and alerts were filed with:

  • Each of the five Tennessee State Supreme Court Justices.

  • Each of the legislators to the 106th session of the Tennessee Legislature.

  • The Tennessee State governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.

  • Members of local, national and Internet press.

Law enforcement officials agreeing that Pettway’s criminal business is…well…CRIMINAL report they are not authorized (allowed) to conduct Pettway’s arrest. These various officials are consistent in their continuing avoidance telling the public that they “lack jurisdiction.”

Again–after tens of criminal complaints naming Pettway over the course of 7 months no law enforcement agency or official claimed the power of arrest over a Tennessee Grand Jury Foreman.

Not a single one!

Nothing changed beginning in January 2010 when those same law enforcement officials took possession of criminal complaints naming Pettway an illegitimate, professional grand jury foreman.

On 8 March 2010 notice of necessity, authority and intent to conduct of series of Citizens’ Arrest was sent to local law enforcement. I’ve got the green card receipts.

Then there’s the electronically published version (click here).

No response.

Gary Pettway remains an obstruction to efforts to bring to the attention of Monroe County Grand Jurors criminal conduct that has nothing to do with Pettway (click here).

The County Grand Jury meets on the first Thursday of each month.

Presented with a series of facts and experiences that precisely describe the need for such action, and with time not being a friend, Gary Pettway was properly placed under Citizens’ arrest on the first Thursday in April 2010 as Pettway was in the act of committing a series of  felony offenses.

Pettway’s arrest was carried out by the book.

Now for you indecent men, go back and read what you’ve allowed to be published. Then hold your heads in shame.

Explaining the right thing to do next is a waste of my time.

For what it’s worth:

One last point to ponder as it goes to the scope and operation of PETTWAY’s GRAND JURY…

Pettway was arrested in front of Monroe County Grand Jury #1 on the first Thursday in April 2010.

Jury #1 witnessed the encounter now widely available on audio and video recordings.

Monroe General Sessions Court Judge J. Reed Dixon bound charges filed against me over to Monroe County Grand Jury #1 during his 4 May 2010 probable cause hearing.

Dixon assigned the case to Monroe County Grand Jury #1–meeting on 3 June 2010–to decided whether to return indictments granting permission for a criminal trial.

Gary Pettway is publicly announced to stand before Monroe County Grand Jury #1 as foreman this coming first Thursday in June 2010.

With utter contempt for all of you,

/s/

Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

United States Navy Retired – Surface warfare – Naval parachutist

Still serving (John 15:13)

Distinguished Military Graduate – United States Naval Academy Class of 1975

The JAG HUNTER

EXECUTIVE BRIEF ~ EXPOSING THE #1 MOST CORRUPT STATE IN THE U.S.!

Charles William Young passed in February 2011. Charles was married at the time to Deborah Jean Grey Young. Deborah found her husband home alone on 25 February 2011 in his home in Corker Creek, Tennessee off of New Highway 68. Corker Creek sits in Monroe County Tennessee.

Charles’ son, Marvin William Young (depicted in the YouTube below), travelled from his home and workplace in Florida to attend to his father’s-Charles-estate.

Marvin discovered evidence of criminal activity regarding Charles’ estate. A criminal enterprise that included a long list of participating outlaw actors.

While Marvin’s investigation broadened, Deborah maintained control over her former husband’s possessions, property and assorted assets.

Deborah Jean Grey Young remarried sometime in September 2011, seven (7) months after Charles’ death.

Deborah married a man named David Godwin.

Then, just about seven (7) months after remarrying, Deborah Godwin passed away on 8 April 2012 under what are now recognized as suspicious circumstances. There are suggestions of foul play at the hands of new husband David Godwin.

Marvin approached David Godwin after Deborah died in the hopes of reconciling the estate of Charles William Young, now under David Godwin’s control.

Recognizing that Marvin held solid evidence of what I’m now calling David Godwin’s claim jumping of the Charles William Young estate, David Godwin aggressively leveled a host of false charges against Marvin for which Marvin is entangled within the massive corruption that describes Monroe County Tennessee.

I’m guessing at the spelling’s of the various names above.

END OF EXECUTIVE BRIEF!

A Robert Hefner illustration. Post & Email Managing Editor Sharon Rondeau may be contacted at: 203.987. 7948 for interviews

A Robert Hefner illustration. Post & Email Managing Editor Sharon Rondeau may be contacted at: 203.987. 7948 with any information that goes to help Mr. Young!

One hour ~ 7 minutes ~ 7 seconds : YOU MAY WANT TO TAKE NOTES! VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

Mr. Young’s next hearing is on Thursday, 26 June 2014! Monroe County ~ Madisonville, Tennessee!

CRIMINAL COURT JUDGE 

CARROLL LEE ROSS PRESIDING!

ALSO SEE: http://tennesseecorruption.wordpress.com

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Darren Huff: Obama’s Political Prisoner pb

Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Friday, June 21, 2013 @ 10:11 AM In National | 2 Comments

CONVICT OF “COURTHOUSE TAKEOVER” PLOT NOT WHERE GOVERNMENT SAID HE WAS

by Sharon Rondeau

Darren Wesley Huff was convicted of planning to engage in a civil disturbance with firearms on October 18, 2011. Despite an FBI agent’s affidavit stating that Huff was outside the courthouse on April 20, 2010, the government never presented photos or video of the alleged event and lied to a federal grand jury in order to obtain indictments against him.

(Jun. 21, 2013) — For more than three years, The Post & Email has reported on corruption in eastern Tennessee as exposed by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, following his filing of a criminal complaint for treason against Barack Hussein Obama on March 17, 2009.

The accusation of treason stemmed from Obama’s approval of the dispatching of U.S. Army troops into Samson, AL to perform civilian police duties after a shooting, in violation of the Posse Comitatus Act.  The Army Inspector General affirmed several months later that the law had, in fact, been violated.

Fitzpatrick first took the complaint to the U.S. District Court in Washington, DC and then to his local grand jury in Monroe County, TN.  After several months of delay, the foreman refused to allow the grand jury to review it.  During that time, Fitzpatrick discovered that the foreman had occupied the post for nearly 28 years in violation of state law.

On April 1, 2010, after having approached every possible local, state and federal official about the foreman’s illegal occupation of the post to ask for assistance, Fitzpatrick attempted to carry out a citizen’s arrest of the foreman.  Instead, however, Judge Carroll Lee Ross ordered Fitzpatrick arrested, and he spent five days in jail.  Two months later, the Monroe County grand jury indicted Fitzpatrick on “riot,” “intimidation,” and other charges.  The acting grand jury foreman who signed the indictments had served a previous term on a Tennessee jury, which also violated the law.

The Tennessee General Assembly is aware of the entrenched grand jury foremen but has taken no definitive action to rein in the rogue judges who appoint them year after year, sometimes for decades.  The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department; detectives; local judiciary, including court personnel; and town officials have been known unequivocally to lie and break the law.

An assignment hearing for Fitzpatrick was scheduled for April 20, 2010.  After hearing of Fitzpatrick’s arrest the heavy-handed and corrupt practices of the local government, concerned citizens from several states, some from considerable distances, traveled to Madisonville to observe the hearing.  One of those was Darren Huff, who lived in Georgia.  As a matter of course, he brought his legally-owned firearms with him and traveled with a passenger that morning.

Most of those who arrived to observe the hearing were not allowed to enter the courtroom, having been turned away by sheriffs’ deputies armed with assault weapons at the door.  On that morning, more than 100 FBI and TBI agents, local police, county sheriffs’ deputies and Tennessee Highway Patrolmen were positioned at entrances and exits to Madisonville as well as around the courthouse, including a sniper team on the roof and a SWAT team with bomb-sniffing dogs.  The media and public were told that a “takeover” of the courthouse had been planned and thwarted by the presence of the lawmen, but in reality, no such plot had ever been formulated.

Huff had been visited on the evening of April 19 by the FBI and explained to them why he planned to travel to Madisonville the next day.  The agents did not tell Huff not to go.

William L. Bryan, founder of “The Fogbow,” an Obama-supporter site, said online that he was responsible for getting “more than 100 cops ready for Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick, when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.”  But there were no “armed men,” and the hearing lasted only a few minutes without incident.  There were journalists present in Madisonville that day, but their television footage did not indicate that anyone had been apprehended, arrested, or cited for carrying a firearm near the courthouse.  There were no arrests.

To date, the government has produced no video footage or photographs of anyone committing a crime in Madisonville on April 20, 2010, despite the presence of multiple pole cameras placed in strategic places by Monroe County jail inmates the day before.

A man identifying himself as aWhite House attorney” was associated with The Fogbow in September 2010 and possibly much longer.  After the IRS’s targeting of “conservative” groups which had applied for non-profit status became public several weeks ago, ABC News reported that “there are people very close to this president that not only knew what the IRS was doing, but authorized it.”

Significantly prior to the exposure of corruption within numerous departments run by the Executive Branch of the federal government this spring, Fitzpatrick had stated that the plan to frame Huff and him “goes right into the White House.”

The Post & Email submitted a FOIA request in March 2012 to obtain documentation from the FBI on the large officer deployment of April 20, 2010 in Madisonville but was refused after an initial search reportedly turned up no responsive documents.  Two subsequent appeals were denied on the basis of “privacy.”

On April 30, 2010 ten days after Fitzpatrick’s hearing in Madisonville, Darren Huff was arrested on two federal firearms charges stemming from an affidavit signed by FBI Special Agent Mark van Balen on April 26, 2010.  In the affidavit, Van Balen states, “On April 20, 2010, your affiant was present in a Command Post in Madisonville, TN, where he was informed by law enforcement officers who were reporting that HUFF and several individuals were in the possession of openly displayed and concealed firearms and were at the time present outside the Madison [sic] County General Sessions Court located in the Beecher Witt Government Building.  HUFF and numerous others had also been observed gathering at restaurants and other locations near the Madison [sic] County Courthouse.  Some of these persons gathered outside the Courthouse appeared to be conducting surveillance on law enforcement officers, their vehicles, and police observation posts, as well as the entrances to the court building.”

[Editor’s Note:  Madison County, TN is in western Tennessee, while Monroe County, in which Madisonville is located, is in southeastern Tennessee on the North Carolina border.]

CLICK HERE 26 APRIL 2010 MARK A. VAN BALEN STATEMENT

However, according to eyewitness William R. Looman, who was in Darren Huff’s company from the time he entered Madisonville to the time they left together, Huff was never present at the R. Beecher Witt building.  Looman’s account that no civilian was seen carrying a gun, concealed or openly, agrees with sworn affidavits from other eyewitnesses that day and refutes Van Balen’s statement on page 8 which reads, “Your affiant knows that on April 20, 2010, there were over a dozen armed members of this loose knit group who had assembled with the stated intent to effect the citizens arrest warrants that had been issued by FITZPATRICK and/or take over the courthouse if it was deemed necessary.”

In August 2012, three of the officials who had testified against Huff were named by The Chattanooga Times Free Press as under investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), Tennessee Attorney General’s office, and the Office of the State Comptroller.  The Times Free Press ran a six-day series exposing allegations of misconduct on the part of Tenth Judicial District Attorney General R. Steven Bebb, which included accusations of grand jury influence by a prosecutor in Bebb’s office who also happened to pursue a charge against Fitzpatrick last year.

After the attorney general declared that Bebb’s and others’ conduct did not amount to criminal wrongdoing, members of the Tennessee legislature took up the probe upon the demand of citizens who were not satisfied with the state’s investigation.

Two eyewitnesses in Madisonville on April 20, 2010 told The Post & Email afterward that they observed officers taking photographs of the license plates of those who had traveled to attend the hearing.  One eyewitness said that when she stopped to refuel her car and purchase some coffee on the trip home from Madisonville, she believed she was being followed based on odd behavior and remarks exhibited by a stranger.  She also thought it unusual that she and her husband were audited by the IRS for the second time in several years and was told thatabout half” of those who had attended Fitzpatrick’s hearing were also audited by the IRS afterward.

On June 6, The Washington Post began to publish information provided by former NSA contract employee Edward Snowden, who revealed that the NSA under Obama conducts data-mining of virtually, if not all, American citizens when the NSA’s stated mission is to gather information from foreign countries to prevent attacks on the United States.

In October 2011, Huff was acquitted on one charge with a hung jury on the other, after which Judge Thomas Varlan ordered them to resume deliberations and “try again.”  A “guilty” finding was then produced on the charge of “transporting firearms across state lines with the intent to cause a civil disorder.”  Huff was sentenced in May of last year to four years in federal prison plus two years’ probation.

Despite Obama’s claimed public support of the Second Amendment, his regime has made considerable effort to change federal firearms practices by issuing “executive actions,” thereby circumventing Congress.

The office of U.S. Attorney William C. Killian of the Eastern District of Tennessee prosecuted Huff.  Killian was nominated by Obama in 2010 and was the keynote speaker at the opening of a controversial mosque in Chattanooga, TN last August.

On June 4, 2013, Killian spoke at an event focused on “civil rights” of Muslims in Manchester, TN after having told the press that anyone posting derogatory comments or photos about Islam could be subject to federal jurisdiction.”  His presentation to the Muslim group was roundly criticized and heavily protested by local Tea Party members and blogger/author Pamela Geller, who has written extensively on what she perceives to be the dangers of Islam in America and to the world.  The Tea Partiers booed Killian and Knoxville FBI Director Kenneth Moore, who delivered their remarks haltingly between the protesters’ shouts of disapproval.

The event earlier this month is not the first time Killian has spoken about Muslims’ civil rights.

Following Huff’s sentencing, Killian’s website proclaimed:

U.S. Attorney William C. Killian for Tennessee’s Eastern District

MILITIA EXTREMIST CONVICTED OF ATTEMPTING TO CAUSE A CIVIL DISTURBANCE WHILE ARMED

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – On Tuesday, October 25, 2011, Darren Wesley Huff, 41, of Dallas, Georgia, was found guilty of transporting firearms across state lines with the intent to cause a civil disorder by taking over a Monroe County, Tenn., courthouse and executing “citizens arrest warrants.” Huff faces a maximum possible punishment of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. As a convicted felon Huff will also be prohibited from possessing a firearm. Sentencing is scheduled for February 29, 2012, before the Honorable Thomas Varlan, U.S. District Judge.

The “citizens arrest warrants” were directed at numerous local, state and federal public officials, including sheriffs, police chiefs and United States President Barack Obama. The “citizens arrest warrants” Huff attempted to execute listed the public officials as “Declared Domestic Enemies” and cited them for treason. Huff traveled from his residence in Dallas, Georgia, on April 20, 2010, to Madisonville, Tenn., with the stated intent of “taking over” the courthouse in Monroe County, and arresting the public officials for treason. The treasonous acts Huff alleged stemmed primarily from the refusal of the Monroe County grand jury to indict President Obama, who Huff claimed was not the legitimate President of the United States. On the day of the offense, Huff carried in his vehicle a .45 caliber handgun and an AK-47 with ammunition. During a traffic stop by at Tennessee State Trooper on his way to Madisonville, Huff told the trooper, “I’ve got my .45 because ain’t no government official gonna go peacefully.”

U.S. Attorney William C. Killian commended the verdict and said he hoped it would send a strong message to those who attempt to take the law into their own hands. “Under our federal Constitution and statutes Mr. Huff and others like him can talk or write about their anti-government views. They cannot arm themselves and make threats to arrest public officials and takeover government buildings. The core of our democratic system is to allow peaceful protest, but prohibit armed threats to those who serve our government. His conviction is a great achievement by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Theodore and Mackie and several local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Their cooperative efforts resulted in this conviction, ” said U.S. Attorney Bill Killian.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jeff Theodore and Will Mackie represented the United States.

A week following Huff’s sentencing, an FBI agent stated on a radio program, “This case is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent for case law in future domestic terrorism cases throughout the United States.”

Unbeknownst to the public, beginning in 2009, Obama’s FBI had been instructed to “target” military veterans by way of programs entitled “Operation Vigilant Eagle” and “Sovereign Citizen.”  Huff and Fitzpatrick were both identified as “Sovereign Citizens” in a law enforcement training program circulated nationally during the summer of 2011, just prior to Huff’s federal trial.  The FBI states on its website thatSovereigns” could include those who quote from the Bible, the U.S. Constitution, and U.S. Supreme Court cases.

In April, an Army trainer in Pennsylvania was found to be teaching his students thatChristians,” and “Catholics” could be considered “religious extremists.”  Christians in the military have been told they cannot discuss their faith with others under the threat of court-martial.  In Northern Ireland on Monday, Obama told an audience that “segregated” Catholic and Protestant schools have “discouraged cooperation” and caused division among people.  After promising the Catholic church that his health care bill would not force them to provide coverage for items they deemed immoral, Obama broke his pledge and is now attempting to force religious institutions to cover abortions and abortifacients or face hefty fines.

During the 2008 campaign, Obama made a statement about “bitter” people who “cling to guns or religion” with “antipathy towards others” out of a feeling of “betrayal by government.”  Obama promised “an unprecedented level of openness in government” but has produced no documentation on himself except forgeriesHis regime is currently embroiled in numerous corruption “scandals” involving intimidation tactics and subpoenas of reporters’ phone call and email records without their knowledge.

On June 19, 2013, The Post & Email interviewed Bill Looman, a former Marine of ten years, who was with Huff on April 20, 2010 in Madisonville from the time he followed Huff into Madisonville through that evening, when both men traveled to Knoxville for an Oathkeepers event.

In late 2011, Looman was interviewed by a local television station, Channel 11, because of a sign he placed on the back of his truck which said, “Company Policy: We are not hiring until Obama is gone.”  At the time, Channel 11 reported that “someone, and he [Looman] thinks he knows who it was, reported him to the FBI as a threat to national security. He said the accusation filtered its way through the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and finally the Secret Service. Agents interviewed him.  The Secret Service left here, they were in a good mood and laughing,” Looman said. “I got the feeling they thought it was kind of ridiculous, and a waste of their time.

Fitzpatrick also received a visit from the Secret Service after lodging the treason complaint with the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, F. Russell Dedrick, Killian’s predecessor, at the end of which one of the agents told Fitzpatrick privately, “We can’t arrest him [Obama], you know.”

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) considers WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah, Center for Security Policy founder Frank Gaffney Jr., Pastor Chuck Baldwin, and “anti-government ‘Patriot’ groupsto be “extremists.”  The SPLC has been an adviser to the Obama regime, and specifically, the Department of Homeland Security, which in its April 7, 2009 report stated that “returning veterans” could fall prey to “radicalization.”  The SPLC deplores those who it perceives are “anti-immigrant,” “Sovereign Citizens,” “extremist,” members of “hate groups,” and “domestic terrorists,” the majority of whom are law-abiding citizens.

The SPLC’s theme of “extremist” and the 2009 DHS report contain similar language in describing “right-wing domestic terrorists” being tied to “the election of an African-American president.”  The SPLC considers “anti-immigrant sentiment” to be “a hate crime.”

Looman told The Post & Email that he attended the hearing in Madisonville because he was acquainted with Huff, who had told him about the the citizen’s arrest on April 1.  “We weren’t close friends at the time, but when I saw the videos going viral, it caught my interest and I wanted to help Walt however I could,” Looman said.  “Neither Darren nor I knew Walt prior to the citizen’s arrest and the videos.”  Looman was not present at the citizen’s arrest on April 1, 2010 but followed Huff into Madisonville on April 20, 2010, spending the entire day and evening with him.

In Looman’s sworn affidavit, he stated that he was “always within eyesight of Darren Huff” and that they spent nearly the entire time in Madisonville at Donna’s Olde Town Cafe, not at the courthouse.  Therefore, Huff was not situated where the government placed him as the perpetrator of a crime.

On several occasions, Fitzpatrick has requested an opportunity to appear in front of a federal grand jury in Chattanooga or Knoxville to discuss the exculpatory evidence in Huff’s case but has been denied by U.S. Attorney William C. Killian, most recently on June 14, 2013.  “The grand jury is being used as a tool against us; it’s being used to destroy our republican form of government.  It’s the oversight function our founders gave us to stop tyrannical government,” Fitzpatrick said.  “The government was able to convict Darren Huff because agents of the government lied to the grand jury.  People who could report the truth to a grand jury are being prevented from doing so.  The grand jury no longer operates as it was supposed to by the Fifth Amendment.”

Our interview with Looman on the events of April 20, 2010 in Madisonville, Tennessee will immediately follow this report (SEE FOLLOW-ON POSTING ABOVE).

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UPDATE AS OF FRIDAY MORNING, 31 MAY 2013

FACT NARRATIVE, ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS REGARDING THE FBI’s MANUFACTURED TERRORIST EPISODE KNOWN AS THE MADISONVILLE HOAX RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST FEDERAL THOUGHT CRIME “MINORITY REPORT” PROSECUTION IN U.S. HISTORY!

“No one knows the meaning of innocence                                                                     except those who are.” – Unknown

MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF STANDING IN FRONT OF DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFE (100 COLLEGE ST – MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE) ON TUESDAY MORNING, 20 APRIL 2010

EXECUTIVE BRIEF

In late 2009 and into early 2010 a number of ordinary citizens became awakened to massive government corruption in East Tennessee. The citizen’s began to act to hold government workers accountable for their criminal escapades.

Government workers viciously fought back. Tennessee State and federal operatives worked in collusion with a communist cell known as The FOGBOW GANG to mount and carry out a sinister counteroffensive. FOGBOW membership musters one White House attorney, one IRS attorney/agent, and other communist lawyers, academics and journalists.

In the conduct of the FBI’s OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE, using popular contemporary subversion warfare tactics, government operatives made out ordinary people exercising duties as citizens in their communities to be “domestic terrorists” and “sovereign citizens” as the government presently appropriates and uses the term “sovereign citizen” in the pejorative. LINK

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation launched “Operation Vigilant Eagle” in 2009 to target white supremacists and “militia/sovereign-citizen extremist groups,” with a focus on veterans, according to memos obtained and reported at the time by The Wall Street Journal. A memo detailing the national operation was issued by the Department of Homeland Security later.” LINK

So, in Madisonville, Tennessee on Tuesday, 20 April 2010, out of what was merely a gathering and peaceful assembly of ordinary citizens, the FBI manufactured out of thin air what the FBI describes as an act of domestic terrorism in the operational phase of OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE! LINK

FBI Special Agent (S/A) Mark A. Van Balen breathed life into the Madisonville Hoax issuing a false statement under oath on 26 April 2010.

Using the Madisonville Hoax as a springboard, U.S. official successfully prosecuted and convicted a U.S. citizen for the first time in U.S. history for a thought crime. Presently and singularly the most important court case in American history.  LINK

In the days following the revelations regarding government intrusions into personal and private records (Justice Department rampages into the Associated Press and FOX News records and the IRS asking folks for the content of their prayers), it’s with great urgency we must recognize now that the U.S. government can punish our thoughts, there are no limits to its power

FACTS

MADISONVILLE GEOGRAPHY

The City of Madisonville, Tennessee is the seat of government for the County of Monroe. This narrative describes three separate and distinct venues co-located within Madisonville.

The first venue referred mentioned above is called the “county” courthouse, the “main” courthouse, the “old” courthouse, or the “brick and mortar” courthouse. Its construction dates back to the 19th century.

Monroe County Courthouse

105 College Street

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 12.4783″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 47.9387″

COUNTY COURTHOUSE PICTURE TAKEN FROM IN FRONT OF                DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFE

Directly across the street is located the second venue, a local eatery called:

Donna’s Old Town Café

100 College Street.

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 12.5727″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 49.0201″

Four-and-one-half blocks away, just over two tenths of a mile from Donna’s Café and the main courthouse there is located the third location, a “prefab,” “trailer park,” of modern construction, the

R. Beecher Witt Government Building

Monroe County General Sessions Court

403 Tellico St. Suite # 1

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 18.1683″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 45.235″

THE R. BEECHER WITT GOVERNMENT (JUDICIAL) BUILDING, 405 TELLICO STREET, MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE ON THE MORNING OF 20 APRIL 2010!

DISTRIBUTION OF ORDINARY CITIZENS TRAVELING TO MADISONVILLE ON TUESDAY, 20 APRIL 2010 TO ATTEND A COURT HEARING IN THE R. BEECHER WITT GOVERNMENT BUILDING –   LINK

THE GENERAL SESSIONS COURTHOUSE (405 Tellico Street)

Twenty-one (21) people

Ten men were at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street). Nine men were variously assembled in front of the General Sessions Courthouse, in the parking lot: Messrs. Joshua Sneed, Doyle Pritchard, former Navy Chief Petty Officer Bill Clay, Army veteran Millard J. “Zeb” Blanchard, veteran John Ivens, William Duck, local Pastor Jim Headings, Tom Lollar, and retired Air Force Sergeant Elbert “Bert” Thurston. I was there too but spent most of my time inside the building.

The six women standing in the parking lot were: Christine Reno, Barbara “Spitfire” Haley, Kathleen Walsh, Jenn Raely, Chelsea Curtis, and Christine Keller.

Five of the Keller family children were with their mom, Christine at the trailer-park courthouse: Daughter Hannah (age 13 in 2010), sons Jonathan (6), Jeremy (9 almost 10 then), Joel (15), and Joshua (16).  LINK

MAIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE (105 College Street)

Three (3) people

Three folks mistakenly went to the County Courthouse; two men, one woman who wish to remain incognito. Turned away at gunpoint the trio repaired directly across the street to Donna’s Old Town Café.

DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFÉ (100 College Street) – LINK

Five (5) men

Five men travelled directly to this local restaurant directly across the street from the County Courthouse: Former Sergeant of Marines William “Bill” Loomin, Messrs. Carl Swensson, Jim Renn, Mike DeSilva and Navy veteran Darren Wesley Huff.

Later in the day, a few people who were at the trailer-park courthouse joined the group at Donna’s Cafe, as is did the trio from the main Courthouse (mentioned above).

ONE STRAGGLER

One (1) Minister

Local Pastor Mike Williams was in Madisonville on the 20th but Pastor Williams’ actual whereabouts that day is not yet known.

THREE REPORTERS

Three (3) trained observers

Two male print media reporters were seen walking around: Mr. Mark Boring (The BUZZ) and Michael Thomason (The Monroe County Advocate & Democrat).  LINK

On male television reporter/cameraman was stationed in the parking lot in front of the R. Beecher Witt Government Building. He was from NBC’s Knoxville television affiliate, WBIR – TV. This individual refused his business card and refused to give his name when requested.

PHOTOGRAPHIC COVERAGE

As part of OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE, the FBI ensured blanket photographic coverage in Madisonville on 20 April 2010; still and motion picture. LINK

FBI personnel engaged the services of Monroe County Jail inmates in the construction of a number of pole cameras throughout Madisonville the day prior, on Monday, 19 April 2010.

On Tuesday, 20 April 2010, all three reporters in town had cameras. The WBIR TV reporter carried a television camera.

Tennessee Highway Patrol cruisers were seen with specially mounted photographic equipment driving around town.

THE MOVEMENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND WHEREABOUTS OF MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF IN MADISONVILLE, TN ON TUESDAY MORNING, 20 APRIL 2010

Mr. Huff went to Donna’s Old Town Café (100 College Street). LINK

Mr. Huff crossed the street at one point to take sausage biscuits and coffee to law enforcement officers positioned at the County Courthouse (105 College). Monroe County Deputy Sheriff Captain Benny Byrum received the food and drink on behalf of the other officers. Then Mr. Huff crossed the street again back to Donna’s Café.

Mr. Huff was never physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building, the trailer-park courthouse (405 Tellico Street).

Repeating for emphasis, Mr. Huff was never physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building, the trailer-park courthouse (405 Tellico Street). Mr. Huff was never closer than two-tenths away from the Beecher Witt Government Building (4½ city blocks).

None of the twenty-one (21) ordinary citizens peacefully assembled at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street) saw Mr. Darren Huff present there at any time.

Not one of the nine men who were variously assembled in front of the General Sessions Courthouse, in the parking lot ever saw Mr. Huff present there. The men waiting outside were: Messrs. Joshua Sneed, Doyle Pritchard, former Navy Chief Petty Officer Bill Clay, Army veteran Millard J. “Zeb” Blanchard, veteran John Ivens, William Duck, local Pastor Jim Headings, Tom Lollar, and retired Air Force Sergeant Elbert “Bert” Thurston.

I did not see Mr. Huff at the “trailer-park” courthouse.

Christine Reno, Barbara “Spitfire” Haley, Kathleen Walsh, Jenn Raely, Chelsea Curtis, and Christine Keller did not see Mr. Huff at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street).

None of the five Keller children saw Mr. Huff at 405 Tellico Street (Hannah, Jonathan, Jeremy, Joel and Joshua).

None of the three (3) reporters saw or photographed Mr. Huff at the Beecher Witt Government Building.

But Monroe County Sheriff Deputy Captain Benny Byrum did see Mr. Huff at the main Courthouse, 4½ blocks away.

NO LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTACT OR INTERVIEWS – 20 APRIL 2010

Not a single one of the approximately one-hundred-fifty (150) to two-hundred law enforcement officers on the ground in Madisonville that day first approached, questioned or interviewed any of the thirty (30) citizens variously collected at either of the two courthouses or at Donna’s Café.

The military-style law enforcement deployment to Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010 has become the stuff of legend. That extraordinary combat-like resource expenditure is aggressively reported elsewhere.  LINK

NO FBI CONTACT OR INTERVIEWS ON TUESDAY, 20 APRIL 2010

Repeating for emphasis: Not a single one of the approximately one-hundred-fifty (150) to two-hundred law enforcement officers on the ground in Madisonville that day first approached, questioned or interviewed any of the thirty (30) citizens variously collected at either of the two courthouses or at Donna’s Café.

No FBI agent made any contact with any of the 30 folks named above on Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview any of the thirty (30) citizens identified above who were actually present in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 regarding the events of 20 April 2010 until Sunday evening, 2 May 2010.

THE TOTAL ABSENCE OF GUNS OR WEAPONS OF ANY DESCRIPTION

None of the thirty (30) civilians located at any of the three venues mentioned above carried a gun. None of the 30 civilians carried a weapon of any kind.

None of the three (3) reporters walking around that day carried a gun. None of the 3 reporters carried a weapon of any kind.

STATEMENTS, PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS PROMISING VIOLENCE DURING THE FIRST THREE WEEKS OF APRIL 2010 –  LINK

Beginning during the first week of April 2010, continuing up until the morning of 20 April 2010, William Littell, “Foggy” Bryan and assorted members of Bryan’s FOGBOW GANG began making a series of phone calls and sending emails to various law enforcement and government employees representing that Mr. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III and individuals represented as Fitzpatrick’s “followers” were planning and fully capable of conducting an armed “domestic terrorist take over” of government facilities and assault and battery upon employees in Madisonville, Tennessee.

The FOGBOW GANG reported that Mr. Fitzpatrick and his “followers” were deranged people intent upon and fully capable of violent mayhem and murder.

FOGBOW GANG members told police and government workers that Fitzpatrick’s “armed and dangerous” assault was scheduled for Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010.

Mr. William “Foggy” Bryan brags online about, on behalf of the entire membership, the effectiveness of the FOGBOW GANG’s deluge of phone calls and emails, writing,

“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for Cdr Walt Fitzpatrick when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.”  LINK

Former Monroe County Mayor Allan Watson reported that two phone FOGBOW GANG calls stood out prominently. One phone call made and received Monday night, 19 April and another on Tuesday morning 20 April 2010. LINK

Then, just two month ago, on 18 March 2013, Foggy Bryan confirms once more the complete cooperation between the FOGBOW GANG and their partnership with the FBI and local and Tennessee state law enforcement:

“The cops were grateful the members of [FOGBOW] alerted them to the plot.  LINK

[The cops] made an arrest. [The cops] got a conviction. [The cops] believe that Darren Huff and some other people were going to try to take over the courthouse by force, and they are grateful that [the cops] were able to ‘thwart’ that by showing up in force and cowing domestic terrorists from making the attempt.”

INTERVIEW OF SHANE LONGMIRE

Mr. Huff lived in Dallas, Georgia in April 2010. Mr. Huff banked at the CHASE bank in Hiram, Georgia.

CHASE Bank Manager Shane Longmire reported to the FBI that Mr. Huff was in the bank on 15 April 2010 boasting about a planned “take over” of government buildings in Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010.

FBI Special Agents Chuck Reed and Adam Rowland interviewed Manager Longmire on Monday, 19 April 2010.

According to S/A Van Balen, Manager Longmire told S/As Reed and Rowland that Mr. Huff said that Longmire “would see [Mr. Huff’s] acts on television on the twelve o’clock noon news.”

According to Longmire Mr. Huff told Manager Longmire directly that Huff was planning to travel to Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010 with “eight or nine other militia groups,” joined with the Georgia Militia Group [for a total of nine or ten militia groups], to “take over the city” of Madisonville, Tennessee [by force of arms] on 20 April 2010.

Longmire’s statement was not confirmed, is not confirmed and cannot be confirmed.

THE FBI INTERVIEW OF MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF – 19 APRIL 2010

After interviewing Bank Manager Longmire on Monday, FBI S/A Chuck Reed drove to Mr. Huff’s home to interview Mr. Huff that Monday night.

S/A Reed did not tell Mr. Huff about Reed’s earlier interview with Shane Longmire.

Reed asked Huff directly is any violence was planned or intended in Madisonville, TN the next day, 20 April 2010.

Mr. Huff emphatically, insistently and repeatedly told S/A Reed that no violence was planned or intended for the next day or ever had been.

VAN BALEN’S SWORN AFFIDAVIT OF 26 APRIL 2010 – LINK

No FBI agent made any contact with any of the 30 folks named above on Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s sworn affidavit is dated Monday, 26 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview any of the thirty (30) citizens identified above who were actually present in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 regarding the events of 20 April 2010 until Sunday evening, 2 May 2010.

Again, FBI S/A Van Balen swore out an affidavit on 26 April 2010. LINK

Using the affidavit Van Balen secured an arrest warrant for Mr. Huff accusing Huff of transporting in interstate commerce a firearm knowing or having reason to know or intending that the firearm was to be used be unlawfully in furtherance of a civil disorder.

Moreover, Van Balen accused Mr. Huff of unlawfully travelling in interstate commerce with the intent to organize, promote, encourage, participate in or carry out a riot or to aid or abet any person in inciting or participating in or carrying out a riot or committing any act of violence in furtherance of a riot.

In his sworn statement Van Balen writes he was hunkered down in a command post somewhere in Madisonville, TN. Van Balen swore that, on Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010, unidentified law enforcement personnel reported to Van Balen in the command post

According to Van Balen these unidentified officials reported from the field that Mr. Huff was physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building (General Sessions Courthouse – 405 Tellico Street) assembled with at least thirteen (13) other unidentified individuals [for a total of at least fourteen people].

In his statement Van Balen swears he received reports from unidentified law enforcement officers in the field that all of the at least fourteen (14) individuals at the General Sessions Courthouse (405 Tellico Street) were “armed” (Huff with more than a dozen others).

All of the reports Van Balen swears he received from the field come from unidentified law enforcement personnel. None of those reports were ever confirmed.

Based upon these unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons Van Balen swears under oath that Van Balen thought Mr. Huff intended to incite a riot at the General Sessions Courthouse, and Van Balen thought Mr. Huff carried a firearm in interstate commerce to the trailer-park Courthouse. Van Balen thought Mr. Huff knew or intended to use the firearm at the trailer-park Courthouse in a act of group violence.

Van Balen swears based upon unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons that Van Balen thought Mr. Huff was actually present at the R.Beecher Witt Government Building armed with a firearm.

Van Balen swears based upon unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons that Van Balen not only thought Mr. Huff was armed and dangerous and present at the trailer-park Courthouse, but that Van Balen thought that there were “over a dozen more armed members” standing with Mr. Huff at the Courthouse who, Van Balen thought, were there intent upon committing armed domestic terrorism.

S/A Van Balen was at the time a 24-year FBI veteran and a key player in OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE assigned primarily to duties to conduct and supervise domestic and international terrorism investigations. LINK

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations.

MR. HUFF’S FEDERAL TRIAL: 18 – 25 OCTOBER 2011 LINK

None of the 30 folks described above testified for the prosecution or for the defense as a fact witness, eye-witness regarding the events of Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

None of the three reporters testified at Mr. Huff’s trial.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen did not testify and Mr. Huff’s trial!

Robert Steven Bebb testified against Mr. Huff stating that Bebb was in Madisonville that day and personally saw associates of Mr. Huff, people from the group of 30 folks described above, standing in the parking lot in front of the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street) carrying guns and loading a gun on 20 April 2010. Bebb is the District Attorney General in Tennessee’s 10th Judicial District that incorporates Madisonville.

Mike Hall testified against Mr. Huff. Hall said he personally observed associates of Mr. Huff, people from the group of 30 folks described above, meandering around Madisonville on 20 April 2010 “legally armed.” In 2010 Mike Hall was Chief of the Drug and Violent Crime Task Force for the 10th Judicial District, directly subordinate to District Attorney Bebb.

ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff is an innocent man unlawfully imprisoned in a federal lockup.

FBI Special Agent Mark A. Van Balen targeted Navy veteran Darren Wesley Huff, LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, Army veterans to include Mr. Millard “Zeb” Blanchard, former Sergeant of Marines Bill Loomin, Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer Bill Clay, Retired Air Force Sergeant Elbert “Bert” Thurston, veteran John Ivens, and others gathered with these “white male veterans,” declaring them, without reason or cause, as extremists and domestic terrorists in keeping with the OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE playbook. LINK

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s sworn affidavit dated 26 April 2010, the spawn of the Madisonville Hoax, is pure fiction.

The Madisonville Hoax was an FBI manufactured domestic terrorist episode wherein Mark Van Balen used Mr. Darren Huff as a prop. The Hoax stands as a self-betraying government invention. It is purely a government creation.

The Madisonville Hoax was the spade work necessary to lay the ground work leading to the first “Minority Report” thought crime prosecution in American history.

In creating their own season of interest, OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE, OBAMA’s Justice and Homeland Security Department’s contemporaneously classifies the 30 people named above as “domestic terrorist” and “sovereign citizens.” LINK

OBAMA, HOLDER AND NAPOLITANO affix these pejorative appellations only because these folks gathered together in peaceful assembly in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 to stand against recognized and massive government corruption.

None of 30 folks are either domestic terrorists nor are they sovereign citizens. They are simply ordinary citizens.

None of the 30 ordinary citizens described here was carrying a gun or a weapon of any type or kind in Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010.

FBI interviews, beginning in early May 2010, confirm (1) that none of the 30 ordinary citizens in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 were carrying weapons, and; (2) Mark A. Van Balen is a practiced and sophisticated liar!

Having had unobstructed and had pre-arranged and pre-constructed blanket photographic coverage of the area, there are no still or moving pictures of any body in the group of 30 carrying guns.

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff was never physically present at or near the Beecher Witt Government Building, the General Sessions trailer-park Courthouse on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 (405 Tellico Street; Latitude: N 35° 31′ 18.1683″ Longitude: W 84° 21′ 45.235″). He was never closer to the structure than two-tenths of a mile.

Mr. Huff was photographed in front of Donna’s Café.  LINK

DARREN HUFF PICTURED STANDING IN FRONT OF DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFE. 100 COLLEGE STREET – MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE!

IN THE TWO PICTURES DIRECTLY ABOVE, DARREN  (TOP PICTURE),  IS STANDING OUT OF THE RAIN, DIRECTLY TO THE LEFT OF THE FRONT DOORS,  IN FRONT OF THE LARGE DISPLAY WINDOW, NEXT TO THE NEWSPAPER MACHINE AND WOODEN BENCH (BOTTOM PICTURE).

OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE WORK PRODUCT: WHITE MALE VETERANS REPRESENTED AS “SOVEREIGN CITIZENS,” AND “DOMESTIC TERRORISTS.” DARREN HUFF IS MISSING FROM THIS  PICTURE (ABOVE). OBAMA’s Justice Department/FBI describes these folks who were at the R. Beecher Whitt Justice Building as “armed domestic terrorists–SOVEREIGN CITIZENS–No one, I say say again, NO ONE was carrying a gun!

Photographs of the area around the trailer-park Courthouse do not show Mr. Huff present anywhere at that location.

It was physically impossible for Mr. Huff to be doing anything, or thinking about anything, or meeting with anyone or talking to anyone at the trailer-park Courthouse because Mr. Huff was simply never there.

DARREN HUFF IS NOT PICTURED AT THE R. BEECHER WITT JUSTICE BUILDING  DARREN WAS NEVER AT THIS LOCATION!

Van Balen is not a fact witness, a first-hand witness or an eye-witness to anything Van Balen swears to in his 26 April 2010 affidavit.

It was simply impossible for FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen to write what he wrote in is sworn affidavit as of 26 April 2010.

None of the reports Van Balen swears he received from the field from unidentified law enforcement personnel were ever confirmed.

With blanket photo coverage, there exists no independent photographic evidence that supports any aspect of Van Balen’s representations of activity in the City of Madisonville on 20 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview the 30 ordinary citizens on the ground in Madisonville, Tennessee on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 until Sunday night, 2 May 2010.

For the first three weeks in April 2010 the FOGBOW GANG members made phone calls to government workers promising violence in the name of Walter Fitzpatrick.  LINK

For the first three weeks the FOGBOW GANG sent emails to government workers promising violence in the name of Walter Fitzpatrick. LINK

Van Balen makes no mention in his affidavit regarding the FOGBOW GANG phone and email campaign. LINK

Law enforcement officers and government workers received The FOGBOW GANG’s provocative phone calls and emails. Van Balen is silent on this point.

Phone calls and emails are confirmed sent. Phone calls and emails are confirmed received. LINK

And to this moment FBI agents remain suspiciously incurious. The FBI never investigated these calls or emails. Van Balen makes no mention of the calls or emails in his 26 April 2010 sworn affidavit.

Bank Manager Shane Longmire’s statements on 15 and 19 April 2010 are congruent with statements made by William “Foggy” Bryan and other FOGBOW GANG members during their three-week long phone and email campaign. Yet, Van Balen makes no remark in his sworn statement regarding this very noticeable, notable and suspect agreement.

Longmire’s statement is not and cannot be confirmed.

No one from the group of 30 individuals described above made any phone calls to law enforcement or government workers. No one from the group of 30 people sent any emails to government officials regarding or related to Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

Van Balen, Longmire, Foggy and FOGBOW GANG members put words in Mr. Huff’s mouth.

Mr. Huff spits them out.

Mr. Huff never uttered to any person that he was intent upon violence. Mr. Huff never uttered to any person that he was intent, with others, upon violence.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen worked together with other FBI agents, all of the FBI agents working together with the FOGBOW GANG to fashion, fabricate and further the MADISONVILLE HOAX in full facilitation and support of OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE! LINK

William “Foggy” Bryan’s online written statements are completely congruent with the perjured testimony of Robert Steven Bebb, Mike Hall, and Mark A. van Balen connected to Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s affidavit of 26 April 2010 is perjured.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen can’t be trusted about anything. His sworn statement is the work product of his liveliest and stirring criminal imagination.

District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb gave perjured testimony at Mr. Huff’s at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Chief Mike Hall gave perjured testimony at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

None of the 30 ordinary citizens described above testified at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

None of the 3 reporters identified above testified at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

ROGUES GALLERY

This aspect of the overall narrative is lengthy and tedious to consider. Detailing their various criminal contributions goes beyond the purpose of this narrative and analysis. But it’s important to name names. So here are some of those names:

Under Barack H. Obama there is found United States Attorney General Eric Holder. Subordinates to Holder’s there are U.S. Attorneys William C. Killian, Jeffery E. Theodore and A. William Mackie.

Federal District Judges: H. Bruce Guyton and Thomas A. Varland

Appointed federal defense attorneys accused as criminal accomplices are G. Scott Green and Gerald Gulley.

FBI responsible parties include: Director Robert Swan Mueller, and subordinate agents Mark A. Van Balen, Scott Johnson, Michael Harrell, Chuck A. Reed, Adam Rowland, Richard L. Lambert, Jr., Kenneth L. Moore, Riana (Reanna sp?) Day, Roxanne J. West, James E. Bentley, III, Rob Root, first name unknown Whitehouse, Mystery agents #1 and #2 from the Knoxville, TN office, Andrew C. Chapman, Daniel K. Coleman, Jason Harris, Sandra Bungo (D.C. internal affairs) and four of Bungo’s assistants – Mystery agents #3, 4, 5 and 6.

Homeland Security Department Secretary Janet Napolitano is criminally involved.

East Tennessee law enforcement officers and district attorneys involved include Dwayne Collins, Dan Gilley, Gregg Breeden, Robert Steven Bebb, Mike Hall, Donald Williams, Paul D. Rush, Steve Morgan, James H. Stutts, J.C. Parrott, first name unknown Washington, Andy Corbitt and Russ Winkler.

Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens is called out for special attention as it seems nearly his entire Department is criminally involved. Bivens’ deputized criminal associates include Mike Morgan, Trent Prock, Jennifer Bledsoe, Conway Mason, Kenny Hope, Benny Byrum, Doug Brannon, Pat Henry and Pat Wilson.

Tennessee State Judges implicated in criminal misconduct muster J. Reed Dixon, Carroll Lee Ross, Amy F. Armstrong Reedy, Jon Kerry Blackwood, Walter C. Kurtz, and Donald Paul Harris.

Civilians interfering with advancing criminal complaints to a Grand Jury include Gary D. Pettway, Angela Davis, Faye Tennyson and Jeff Cunningham.

FOGBOW GANG MEMBERS include avowed communist William “FOGGY” Bryan (disbarred CA attorney), one unnamed White House attorney, one IRS agent / attorney Mitzi Lynn Torri, one avowed communist university professor, Richard C. Rockwell, and other communist supporter attorneys, journalists, academics and professionals.

This list is representative, not exhaustive.

BLOCKED FROM PRESENTING CRIMINAL INFORMATION TO STATE AND FEDERAL GRAND JURIES SINCE 2009

Federal and state government employees have worked frenetically for over four years to block a tremendous and building amount of criminal information from being presented to either a state or a federal Grand Jury as it goes to the massive corruption reported herein.

CLOSING COMMENTS

Out of what was only a peaceful assembly of ordinary citizens, the FBI manufactured and constructed out of thin air what the FBI describes as an act of domestic terrorism: The MADISONVILLE HOAX!

Using the Madisonville Hoax as a springboard, U.S. Justice Department officials successfully prosecuted and convicted an innocent U.S. citizen for a thought crime for the first time in U.S. history; presently and singularly the most important court case in American history. LINK

It’s widely suspected that Mr. Jim Miller, a Loudon County, TN deputy sheriff, came into possession of information uncovering the HOAX as an FBI myth, a total fabrication advancing OPERATION VIGILANT EAGLE, and was murdered on Saturday, 17 July 2010 to prevent the perceived or actual release of information, some of which is contained in this report. LINK

Deputy Sheriff Miller was murdered in a mob-style, gang-land hired hit. Suspects in the crime unabashedly boasted that the hit was contracted out by Sheriff Bill Bivens and other Monroe County Sheriffs with the full support of many other government functionaries.

Suspects in the mob-hit brag they were paid a substantial amount.

No serious investigation has ever been mounted regarding Jim Miller’s murder. No credible investigation will ever be attempted so long as District Attorney Steve Bebb remains in office.

The overall danger here, so far, goes largely unrecognized and maddeningly under reported.

With additional illumination emanating from OBAMA’s IRS and AP scandalabra, maybe people will begin to see the light, especially now it’s out in the open that the federal government is eager and able to punish people for what they’re thinking.

The “MINORITY REPORT” precedent must be overturned.  LINK

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff must be released and made whole!

And Mr. Jim Miller’s murder investigation renewed and aggressively pursued.

A SWORN AFFIDAVIT IS ALLIED WITH THIS REPORT.

Sources and citations supplied on request.

Distribution: Wide, posted electronically with embedded links

According to FBI Special Agent Scott Johnson:
 
“[The Darren Huff conviction] is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent for case law in future domestic terrorism cases throughout the United States.
 
Listen – read for yourself: LINK 
 
More at these links:
 
     LINK #2
              LINK #3
 
 
The MADISONVILLE HOAX WAS AN FBI MANUFACTURED TERRORIST EPISODE!
 
/s/
Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III


Sworn Affidavit dated: Tuesday, 21 May 2013

FACT NARRATIVE, ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS REGARDING THE FBI’s MANUFACTURED TERRORIST EPISODE KNOWN AS THE MADISONVILLE HOAX RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST FEDERAL THOUGHT CRIME “MINORITY REPORT” PROSECUTION IN U.S. HISTORY!

“No one knows the meaning of innocence                                                                     except those who are.” – Unknown

MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF STANDING IN FRONT OF DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFE (100 COLLEGE ST – MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE) ON TUESDAY MORNING, 20 APRIL 2010

EXECUTIVE BRIEF

In late 2009 and into early 2010 a number of ordinary citizens became awakened to massive government corruption in East Tennessee. The citizen’s began to act to hold government workers accountable for their criminal escapades.

Government workers viciously fought back. Tennessee State and federal operatives worked in collusion with a communist cell known as The FOGBOW GANG to mount and carry out a sinister counteroffensive. FOGBOW membership musters one White House attorney, one IRS attorney/agent, and other communist lawyers, academics and journalists.

Using a popular contemporary subversion warfare tactic, government operatives made out ordinary people exercising duties as citizens in their communities to be “domestic terrorists” and “sovereign citizens” as the government presently appropriates and uses the term “sovereign citizen” in the pejorative.

Out of what was merely a gathering and peaceful assembly of ordinary citizens, the FBI manufactured out of thin air what the FBI describes as an act of domestic terrorism.

FBI Special Agent (S/A) Mark A. Van Balen breathed life into the Madisonville Hoax issuing a false statement under oath on 26 April 2010.

Using the Madisonville Hoax as a springboard, U.S. official successfully prosecuted and convicted a U.S. citizen for the first time in U.S. history for a thought crime. Presently and singularly the most important court case in American history.  LINK

In the days following the revelations regarding government intrusions into personal and private records (Justice Department rampages into the Associated Press and FOX News records and the IRS asking folks for the content of their prayers), it’s with great urgency we must recognize now that the U.S. government can punish our thoughts, there are no limits to its power

FACTS

MADISONVILLE GEOGRAPHY

The City of Madisonville, Tennessee is the seat of government for the County of Monroe. This narrative describes three separate and distinct venues co-located within Madisonville.

The first venue referred mentioned above is called the “county” courthouse, the “main” courthouse, the “old” courthouse, or the “brick and mortar” courthouse. Its construction dates back to the 19th century.

Monroe County Courthouse

105 College Street

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 12.4783″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 47.9387″

Directly across the street is located the second venue, a local eatery called:

Donna’s Old Town Café

100 College Street.

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 12.5727″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 49.0201″

Four-and-one-half blocks away, just over two tenths of a mile from Donna’s Café and the main courthouse there is located the third location, a “prefab,” “trailer park,” of modern construction, the

R. Beecher Witt Government Building

Monroe County General Sessions Court

403 Tellico St. Suite # 1

Latitude: N 35° 31′ 18.1683″

Longitude: W 84° 21′ 45.235″

DISTRIBUTION OF ORDINARY CITIZENS TRAVELING TO MADISONVILLE ON TUESDAY, 20 APRIL 2010 TO ATTEND A COURT HEARING IN THE R. BEECHER WITT GOVERNMENT BUILDING –   LINK

THE GENERAL SESSIONS COURTHOUSE (405 Tellico Street)

Twenty-one (21) people

Ten men were at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street). Nine men were variously assembled in front of the General Sessions Courthouse, in the parking lot: Messrs. Joshua Sneed, Doyle Pritchard, former Navy Chief Petty Officer Bill Clay, Army veteran Millard J. “Zeb” Blanchard, veteran John Ivens, William Duck, local Pastor Jim Headings, Tom Lollar, and retired Air Force Sergeant Elbert “Bert” Thurston. I was there too but spent most of my time inside the building.

The six women standing in the parking lot were: Christine Reno, Barbara “Spitfire” Haley, Kathleen Walsh, Jenn Raely, Chelsea Curtis, and Christine Keller.

Five of the Keller family children were with their mom, Christine at the trailer-park courthouse: Daughter Hannah (age 13 in 2010), sons Jonathan (6), Jeremy (9 almost 10 then), Joel (15), and Joshua (16).  LINK

MAIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE (105 College Street)

Three (3) people

Three folks mistakenly went to the County Courthouse; two men, one woman who wish to remain incognito. Turned away at gunpoint the trio repaired directly across the street to Donna’s Old Town Café.

DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFÉ (100 College Street) – LINK

Five (5) men

Five men travelled directly to this local restaurant directly across the street from the County Courthouse: Former Sergeant of Marines William “Bill” Loomin, Messrs. Carl Swensson, Jim Renn, Mike DeSilva and Navy veteran Darren Wesley Huff.

Later in the day, a few people who were at the trailer-park courthouse joined the group at Donna’s Cafe, as is did the trio from the main Courthouse (mentioned above).

ONE STRAGGLER

One (1) Minister

Local Pastor Mike Williams was in Madisonville on the 20th but Pastor Williams’ actual whereabouts that day is not yet known.

THREE REPORTERS

Three (3) trained observers

Two male print media reporters were seen walking around: Mr. Mark Boring (The BUZZ) and Michael Thomason (The Monroe County Advocate & Democrat).  LINK

On male television reporter/cameraman was stationed in the parking lot in front of the R. Beecher Witt Government Building. He was from NBC’s Knoxville television affiliate, WBIR – TV. This individual refused his business card and refused to give his name when requested.

PHOTOGRAPHIC COVERAGE

There was blanket photographic coverage in Madisonville on 20 April 2010; still and motion picture.

FBI personnel engaged the services of Monroe County Jail inmates in the construction of a number of pole cameras throughout Madisonville the day prior, on Monday, 19 April 2010.

On Tuesday, 20 April 2010, all three reporters in town had cameras. The WBIR TV reporter carried a television camera.

Tennessee Highway Patrol cruisers were seen with specially mounted photographic equipment driving around town.

THE MOVEMENTS, ACTIVITIES, AND WHEREABOUTS OF MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF IN MADISONVILLE, TN ON TUESDAY MORNING, 20 APRIL 2010

Mr. Huff went to Donna’s Old Town Café (100 College Street). LINK

Mr. Huff crossed the street at one point to take sausage biscuits and coffee to law enforcement officers positioned at the County Courthouse (105 College). Monroe County Deputy Sheriff Captain Benny Byrum received the food and drink on behalf of the other officers. Then Mr. Huff crossed the street again back to Donna’s Café.

Mr. Huff was never physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building, the trailer-park courthouse (405 Tellico Street).

Repeating for emphasis, Mr. Huff was never physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building, the trailer-park courthouse (405 Tellico Street). Mr. Huff was never closer than two-tenths away from the Beecher Witt Government Building (4½ city blocks).

None of the twenty-one (21) ordinary citizens peacefully assembled at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street) saw Mr. Darren Huff present there at any time.

Not one of the nine men who were variously assembled in front of the General Sessions Courthouse, in the parking lot ever saw Mr. Huff present there. The men waiting outside were: Messrs. Joshua Sneed, Doyle Pritchard, former Navy Chief Petty Officer Bill Clay, Army veteran Millard J. “Zeb” Blanchard, veteran John Ivens, William Duck, local Pastor Jim Headings, Tom Lollar, and retired Air Force Sergeant Elbert “Bert” Thurston.

I did not see Mr. Huff at the “trailer-park” courthouse.

Christine Reno, Barbara “Spitfire” Haley, Kathleen Walsh, Jenn Raely, Chelsea Curtis, and Christine Keller did not see Mr. Huff at the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street).

None of the five Keller children saw Mr. Huff at 405 Tellico Street (Hannah, Jonathan, Jeremy, Joel and Joshua).

None of the three (3) reporters saw or photographed Mr. Huff at the Beecher Witt Government Building.

But Monroe County Sheriff Deputy Captain Benny Byrum did see Mr. Huff at the main Courthouse, 4½ blocks away.

NO LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTACT OR INTERVIEWS – 20 APRIL 2010

Not a single one of the approximately one-hundred-fifty (150) to two-hundred law enforcement officers on the ground in Madisonville that day first approached, questioned or interviewed any of the thirty (30) citizens variously collected at either of the two courthouses or at Donna’s Café.

The military-style law enforcement deployment to Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010 has become the stuff of legend. That extraordinary combat-like resource expenditure is aggressively reported elsewhere.  LINK

NO FBI CONTACT OR INTERVIEWS ON TUESDAY, 20 APRIL 2010

Repeating for emphasis: Not a single one of the approximately one-hundred-fifty (150) to two-hundred law enforcement officers on the ground in Madisonville that day first approached, questioned or interviewed any of the thirty (30) citizens variously collected at either of the two courthouses or at Donna’s Café.

No FBI agent made any contact with any of the 30 folks named above on Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview any of the thirty (30) citizens identified above who were actually present in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 regarding the events of 20 April 2010 until Sunday evening, 2 May 2010.

THE TOTAL ABSENCE OF GUNS OR WEAPONS OF ANY DESCRIPTION

None of the thirty (30) civilians located at any of the three venues mentioned above carried a gun. None of the 30 civilians carried a weapon of any kind.

None of the three (3) reporters walking around that day carried a gun. None of the 3 reporters carried a weapon of any kind.

STATEMENTS, PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS PROMISING VIOLENCE DURING THE FIRST THREE WEEKS OF APRIL 2010 –  LINK

Beginning during the first week of April 2010, continuing up until the morning of 20 April 2010, William Littell, “Foggy” Bryan and assorted members of Bryan’s FOGBOW GANG began making a series of phone calls and sending emails to various law enforcement and government employees representing that Mr. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III and individuals represented as Fitzpatrick’s “followers” were planning and fully capable of conducting an armed “domestic terrorist take over” of government facilities and assault and battery upon employees in Madisonville, Tennessee.

The FOGBOW GANG reported that Mr. Fitzpatrick and his “followers” were deranged people intent upon and fully capable of violent mayhem and murder.

FOGBOW GANG members told police and government workers that Fitzpatrick’s “armed and dangerous” assault was scheduled for Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010.

Mr. William “Foggy” Bryan brags online about, on behalf of the entire membership, the effectiveness of the FOGBOW GANG’s deluge of phone calls and emails, writing,

“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for Cdr Walt Fitzpatrick when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.”  LINK

Former Monroe County Mayor Allan Watson reported that two phone FOGBOW GANG calls stood out prominently. One phone call made and received Monday night, 19 April and another on Tuesday morning 20 April 2010. LINK

Then, just two month ago, on 18 March 2013, Foggy Bryan confirms once more the complete cooperation between the FOGBOW GANG and their partnership with the FBI and local and Tennessee state law enforcement:

“The cops were grateful the members of [FOGBOW] alerted them to the plot.  LINK

[The cops] made an arrest. [The cops] got a conviction. [The cops] believe that Darren Huff and some other people were going to try to take over the courthouse by force, and they are grateful that [the cops] were able to ‘thwart’ that by showing up in force and cowing domestic terrorists from making the attempt.”

INTERVIEW OF SHANE LONGMIRE

Mr. Huff lived in Dallas, Georgia in April 2010. Mr. Huff banked at the CHASE bank in Hiram, Georgia.

CHASE Bank Manager Shane Longmire reported to the FBI that Mr. Huff was in the bank on 15 April 2010 boasting about a planned “take over” of government buildings in Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010.

FBI Special Agents Chuck Reed and Adam Rowland interviewed Manager Longmire on Monday, 19 April 2010.

According to S/A Van Balen, Manager Longmire told S/As Reed and Rowland that Mr. Huff said that Longmire “would see [Mr. Huff’s] acts on television on the twelve o’clock noon news.”

According to Longmire Mr. Huff told Manager Longmire directly that Huff was planning to travel to Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010 with “eight or nine other militia groups,” joined with the Georgia Militia Group [for a total of nine or ten militia groups], to “take over the city” of Madisonville, Tennessee [by force of arms] on 20 April 2010.

Longmire’s statement was not confirmed, is not confirmed and cannot be confirmed.

THE FBI INTERVIEW OF MR. DARREN WESLEY HUFF – 19 APRIL 2010

After interviewing Bank Manager Longmire on Monday, FBI S/A Chuck Reed drove to Mr. Huff’s home to interview Mr. Huff that Monday night.

S/A Reed did not tell Mr. Huff about Reed’s earlier interview with Shane Longmire.

Reed asked Huff directly is any violence was planned or intended in Madisonville, TN the next day, 20 April 2010.

Mr. Huff emphatically, insistently and repeatedly told S/A Reed that no violence was planned or intended for the next day or ever had been.

VAN BALEN’S SWORN AFFIDAVIT OF 26 APRIL 2010 – LINK

No FBI agent made any contact with any of the 30 folks named above on Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s sworn affidavit is dated Monday, 26 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview any of the thirty (30) citizens identified above who were actually present in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 regarding the events of 20 April 2010 until Sunday evening, 2 May 2010.

Again, FBI S/A Van Balen swore out an affidavit on 26 April 2010. LINK

Using the affidavit Van Balen secured an arrest warrant for Mr. Huff accusing Huff of transporting in interstate commerce a firearm knowing or having reason to know or intending that the firearm was to be used be unlawfully in furtherance of a civil disorder.

Moreover, Van Balen accused Mr. Huff of unlawfully travelling in interstate commerce with the intent to organize, promote, encourage, participate in or carry out a riot or to aid or abet any person in inciting or participating in or carrying out a riot or committing any act of violence in furtherance of a riot.

In his sworn statement Van Balen writes he was hunkered down in a command post somewhere in Madisonville, TN. Van Balen swore that, on Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010, unidentified law enforcement personnel reported to Van Balen in the command post

According to Van Balen these unidentified officials reported from the field that Mr. Huff was physically present at the Beecher Witt Government Building (General Sessions Courthouse – 405 Tellico Street) assembled with at least thirteen (13) other unidentified individuals [for a total of at least fourteen people].

In his statement Van Balen swears he received reports from unidentified law enforcement officers in the field that all of the at least fourteen (14) individuals at the General Sessions Courthouse (405 Tellico Street) were “armed” (Huff with more than a dozen others).

All of the reports Van Balen swears he received from the field come from unidentified law enforcement personnel. None of those reports were ever confirmed.

Based upon these unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons Van Balen swears under oath that Van Balen thought Mr. Huff intended to incite a riot at the General Sessions Courthouse, and Van Balen thought Mr. Huff carried a firearm in interstate commerce to the trailer-park Courthouse. Van Balen thought Mr. Huff knew or intended to use the firearm at the trailer-park Courthouse in a act of group violence.

Van Balen swears based upon unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons that Van Balen thought Mr. Huff was actually present at the R.Beecher Witt Government Building armed with a firearm.

Van Balen swears based upon unconfirmed reports from unidentified persons that Van Balen not only thought Mr. Huff was armed and dangerous and present at the trailer-park Courthouse, but that Van Balen thought that there were “over a dozen more armed members” standing with Mr. Huff at the Courthouse who, Van Balen thought, were there intent upon committing armed domestic terrorism.

S/A Van Balen was at the time a 24-year FBI veteran assigned primarily to duties to conduct and supervise domestic and international terrorism investigations.

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations.

MR. HUFF’S FEDERAL TRIAL: 18 – 25 OCTOBER 2011 LINK

None of the 30 folks described above testified for the prosecution or for the defense as a fact witness, eye-witness regarding the events of Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

None of the three reporters testified at Mr. Huff’s trial.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen did not testify and Mr. Huff’s trial!

Robert Steven Bebb testified against Mr. Huff stating that Bebb was in Madisonville that day and personally saw associates of Mr. Huff, people from the group of 30 folks described above, standing in the parking lot in front of the Beecher Witt Government Building (405 Tellico Street) carrying guns and loading a gun on 20 April 2010. Bebb is the District Attorney General in Tennessee’s 10th Judicial District that incorporates Madisonville.

Mike Hall testified against Mr. Huff. Hall said he personally observed associates of Mr. Huff, people from the group of 30 folks described above, meandering around Madisonville on 20 April 2010 “legally armed.” In 2010 Mike Hall was Chief of the Drug and Violent Crime Task Force for the 10th Judicial District, directly subordinate to District Attorney Bebb.

ANALYSIS AND CONCLUSIONS

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff is an innocent man unlawfully imprisoned in a federal lockup.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s sworn affidavit dated 26 April 2010, the spawn of the Madisonville Hoax, is pure fiction.

The Madisonville Hoax was an FBI manufactured domestic terrorist episode wherein Mark Van Balen used Mr. Darren Huff as a prop. The Hoax stands as a self-betraying government invention. It is purely a government creation.

The Madisonville Hoax was the spade work necessary to lay the ground work leading to the first “Minority Report” thought crime prosecution in American history.

In creating their own season of interest, OBAMA’s Justice and Homeland Security Department’s contemporaneously classifies the 30 people named above as “domestic terrorist” and “sovereign citizens.”

OBAMA, HOLDER AND NAPOLITANO affix these pejorative appellations only because these folks gathered together in peaceful assembly in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 to stand against recognized and massive government corruption.

None of 30 folks are either domestic terrorists nor are they sovereign citizens. They are simply ordinary citizens.

None of the 30 ordinary citizens described here was carrying a gun or a weapon of any type or kind in Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010.

FBI interviews, beginning in early May 2010, confirm (1) that none of the 30 ordinary citizens in Madisonville, TN on 20 April 2010 were carrying weapons, and; (2) Mark A. Van Balen is a practiced and sophisticated liar!

Having had unobstructed and had pre-arranged and pre-constructed blanket photographic coverage of the area, there are no still or moving pictures of any body in the group of 30 carrying guns.

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff was never physically present at or near the Beecher Witt Government Building, the General Sessions trailer-park Courthouse on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 (405 Tellico Street; Latitude: N 35° 31′ 18.1683″ Longitude: W 84° 21′ 45.235″). He was never closer to the structure than two-tenths of a mile.

Mr. Huff was photographed in front of Donna’s Café.  LINK

DARREN HUFF PICTURED STANDING IN FRONT OF DONNA’S OLD TOWN CAFE. 100 COLLEGE STREET – MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE!

IN THE TWO PICTURES DIRECTLY ABOVE, DARREN  (TOP PICTURE),  IS STANDING OUT OF THE RAIN, DIRECTLY TO THE LEFT OF THE FRONT DOORS,  IN FRONT OF THE LARGE DISPLAY WINDOW, NEXT TO THE NEWSPAPER MACHINE AND WOODEN BENCH (BOTTOM PICTURE).

DARREN HUFF IS MISSING FROM THIS  PICTURE (ABOVE). OBAMA’s Justice Department/FBI describes these folks who were at the R. Beecher Whitt Justice Building as “armed domestic terrorists–SOVEREIGN CITIZENS–No one, I say say again, NO ONE was carrying a gun!

Photographs of the area around the trailer-park Courthouse do not show Mr. Huff present anywhere at that location.

It was physically impossible for Mr. Huff to be doing anything, or thinking about anything, or meeting with anyone or talking to anyone at the trailer-park Courthouse because Mr. Huff was simply never there.

DARREN HUFF IS NOT PICTURED AT THE R. BEECHER WITT JUSTICE BULDING! DARREN WAS NEVER AT THIS LOCATION!

Van Balen is not a fact witness, a first-hand witness or an eye-witness to anything Van Balen swears to in his 26 April 2010 affidavit.

It was simply impossible for FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen to write what he wrote in is sworn affidavit as of 26 April 2010.

None of the reports Van Balen swears he received from the field from unidentified law enforcement personnel were ever confirmed.

With blanket photo coverage, there exists no independent photographic evidence that supports any aspect of Van Balen’s representations of activity in the City of Madisonville on 20 April 2010.

FBI agents did not begin to interview the 30 ordinary citizens on the ground in Madisonville, Tennessee on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 until Sunday night, 2 May 2010.

For the first three weeks in April 2010 the FOGBOW GANG members made phone calls to government workers promising violence in the name of Walter Fitzpatrick.  LINK

For the first three weeks the FOGBOW GANG sent emails to government workers promising violence in the name of Walter Fitzpatrick. LINK

Van Balen makes no mention in his affidavit regarding the FOGBOW GANG phone and email campaign. LINK

Law enforcement officers and government workers received The FOGBOW GANG’s provocative phone calls and emails. Van Balen is silent on this point.

Phone calls and emails are confirmed sent. Phone calls and emails are confirmed received. LINK

And to this moment FBI agents remain suspiciously incurious. The FBI never investigated these calls or emails. Van Balen makes no mention of the calls or emails in his 26 April 2010 sworn affidavit.

Bank Manager Shane Longmire’s statements on 15 and 19 April 2010 are congruent with statements made by William “Foggy” Bryan and other FOGBOW GANG members during their three-week long phone and email campaign. Yet, Van Balen makes no remark in his sworn statement regarding this very noticeable, notable and suspect agreement.

Longmire’s statement is not and cannot be confirmed.

No one from the group of 30 individuals described above made any phone calls to law enforcement or government workers. No one from the group of 30 people sent any emails to government officials regarding or related to Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

Van Balen, Longmire, Foggy and FOGBOW GANG members put words in Mr. Huff’s mouth.

Mr. Huff spits them out.

Mr. Huff never uttered to any person that he was intent upon violence. Mr. Huff never uttered to any person that he was intent, with others, upon violence.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen worked together with other FBI agents, all of the FBI agents working together with the FOGBOW GANG to fashion, fabricate and further the MADISONVILLE HOAX!

William “Foggy” Bryan’s online written statements are completely congruent with the perjured testimony of Robert Steven Bebb, Mike Hall, and Mark A. van Balen connected to Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen’s affidavit of 26 April 2010 is perjured.

FBI S/A Mark A. Van Balen can’t be trusted about anything. His sworn statement is the work product of his liveliest and stirring criminal imagination.

District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb gave perjured testimony at Mr. Huff’s at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Chief Mike Hall gave perjured testimony at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

None of the 30 ordinary citizens described above testified at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

None of the 3 reporters identified above testified at Mr. Huff’s October 2011 federal trial.

ROGUES GALLERY

This aspect of the overall narrative is lengthy and tedious to consider. Detailing their various criminal contributions goes beyond the purpose of this narrative and analysis. But it’s important to name names. So here are some of those names:

Under Barack H. Obama there is found United States Attorney General Eric Holder. Subordinates to Holder’s there are U.S. Attorneys William C. Killian, Jeffery E. Theodore and A. William Mackie.

Federal District Judges: H. Bruce Guyton and Thomas A. Varland

Appointed federal defense attorneys accused as criminal accomplices are G. Scott Green and Gerald Gulley.

FBI responsible parties include: Director Robert Swan Mueller, and subordinate agents Mark A. Van Balen, Scott Johnson, Michael Harrell, Chuck A. Reed, Adam Rowland, Richard L. Lambert, Jr., Kenneth L. Moore, Riana (Reanna sp?) Day, Roxanne J. West, James E. Bentley, III, Rob Root, first name unknown Whitehouse, Mystery agents #1 and #2 from the Knoxville, TN office, Andrew C. Chapman, Daniel K. Coleman, Jason Harris, Sandra Bungo (D.C. internal affairs) and four of Bungo’s assistants – Mystery agents #3, 4, 5 and 6.

Homeland Security Department Secretary Janet Napolitano is criminally involved.

East Tennessee law enforcement officers and district attorneys involved include Dwayne Collins, Dan Gilley, Gregg Breeden, Robert Steven Bebb, Mike Hall, Donald Williams, Paul D. Rush, Steve Morgan, James H. Stutts, J.C. Parrott, first name unknown Washington, Andy Corbitt and Russ Winkler.

Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens is called out for special attention as it seems nearly his entire Department is criminally involved. Bivens’ deputized criminal associates include Mike Morgan, Trent Prock, Jennifer Bledsoe, Conway Mason, Kenny Hope, Benny Byrum, Doug Brannon, Pat Henry and Pat Wilson.

Tennessee State Judges implicated in criminal misconduct muster J. Reed Dixon, Carroll Lee Ross, Amy F. Armstrong Reedy, Jon Kerry Blackwood, Walter C. Kurtz, and Donald Paul Harris.

Civilians interfering with advancing criminal complaints to a Grand Jury include Gary D. Pettway, Angela Davis, Faye Tennyson and Jeff Cunningham.

FOGBOW GANG MEMBERS include avowed communist William “FOGGY” Bryan (disbarred CA attorney), one unnamed White House attorney, one IRS agent / attorney Mitzi Lynn Torri, one avowed communist university professor, Richard C. Rockwell, and other communist supporter attorneys, journalists, academics and professionals.

This list is representative, not exhaustive.

BLOCKED FROM PRESENTING CRIMINAL INFORMATION TO STATE AND FEDERAL GRAND JURIES SINCE 2009

Federal and state government employees have worked frenetically for over four years to block a tremendous and building amount of criminal information from being presented to either a state or a federal Grand Jury as it goes to the massive corruption reported herein.

CLOSING COMMENTS

Out of what was only a peaceful assembly of ordinary citizens, the FBI manufactured and constructed out of thin air what the FBI describes as an act of domestic terrorism: The MADISONVILLE HOAX!

Using the Madisonville Hoax as a springboard, U.S. Justice Department officials successfully prosecuted and convicted an innocent U.S. citizen for a thought crime for the first time in U.S. history; presently and singularly the most important court case in American history. LINK

It’s widely suspected that Mr. Jim Miller, a Loudon County, TN deputy sheriff, came into possession of information uncovering the HOAX and was murdered on Saturday, 17 July 2010 to prevent the perceived or actual release of information, some of which is contained in this report.

Deputy Sheriff Miller was murdered in a mob-style, gang-land hired hit. Suspects in the crime unabashedly boasted that the hit was contracted out by Sheriff Bill Bivens and other Monroe County Sheriffs with the full support of many other government functionaries.

Suspects in the mob-hit brag they were paid a substantial amount.

No serious investigation has ever been mounted regarding Jim Miller’s murder. No credible investigation will ever be attempted so long as District Attorney Steve Bebb remains in office.

The overall danger here, so far, goes largely unrecognized and maddingly underreported.

With additional illumination emanating from OBAMA’s IRS and AP scandalabra, maybe people will begin to see the light, especially now it’s out in the open that the federal government is eager and able to punish people for what they’re thinking.

The “MINORITY REPORT” precedent must be overturned.  LINK

Mr. Darren Wesley Huff must be released and made whole!

And Mr. Jim Miller’s murder investigation renewed and aggressively pursued.

A SWORN AFFIDAVIT IS ALLIED WITH THIS REPORT.

Sources and citations supplied on request.

Distribution: Wide, posted electronically with embedded links

According to FBI Special Agent Scott Johnson:
 
“[The Darren Huff conviction] is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent for case law in future domestic terrorism cases throughout the United States.
 
Listen – read for yourself: LINK 
 
FBI Special Agent Mark A. Van Balen’s 26 April 2010 sworn affidavit attached as a .pdf record.
 
More at these links:
 
     LINK #2
              LINK #3
 
 
The MADISONVILLE HOAX WAS AN FBI MANUFACTURED TERRORIST EPISODE!
 
/s/
Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III


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Bombshell: Cabal Perpetrating False Flag Event in Madisonville, TN Boasts “White House Attorney” as Member, Substitute Show Host

Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Sunday, March 17, 2013 @ 1:43 PM In National | No Comments

WHEN POLITICAL ACTIVISM BECOMES CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

by Sharon Rondeau

The Monroe County courthouse received several false phone calls reporting an imminent violent threat posed by LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III prior to an assignment hearing on April 20, 2010. Although Fitzpatrick was never charged with plotting a crime, Darren Wesley Huff was framed and is serving a four-year federal sentence for a crime “that never happened.”

(Mar. 17, 2013) — Four years ago today, on St. Patrick’s Day 2009, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) filed a criminal complaint of treasonagainst Barack Hussein Obama after he allowed U.S. Army soldiers to deploy into Samson, AL to perform law enforcement duties in violation of the Posse Comitatus Act, which the Army Inspector General confirmed several months later after completing its investigation.

The crime of treason against the United States is laid out in Article III, Section 3, clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution and was determined by the Framers to be punishable by death upon conviction.

The Post & Email can report that a group of Obama supporters at “The Fogbow” includes an attorney working in the White House by his own admission.

The group of “Fogbowers” participates in the Reality Check Radio Show every Tuesday and has produced over 100 shows since 2009.  The show is normally hosted by “RC,” who believes that “the birthers are not grounded in reality.”  While discussing politics in general, the shows normally focus on discrediting those claiming that Obama is either constitutionally ineligible to hold the office of President or has achieved the office through identity fraud and possibly other crimes.

On September 16, 2010, Reality Check was hosted by a guest host who identified himself as “a White House attorney” and a member in good standing of The Fogbow, referred to as “NEON.”

The segment of the show which identifies the White House attorney, with Fitzpatrick’s remarks preceding it, follows.  The woman’s voice on the recording is that of “mimi,” another member of The Fogbow.

16 September 2010 RCR BTR capture identifying NEON as a White House attorney

A clip of the man identified as a White House attorney by Fogbow member “Realist” is here:

16 September 2010 short audio clip RCR – BTR

U.S. Code prohibits a federal employee from participating as a paid employee or unpaid volunteer in any situation which would create a conflict of interest or illusion thereof:

18 U.S.C. § 205

Under section 205, an employee may not, other than in the discharge of official duties:

  • act as an agent or attorney for prosecuting any claim against the United States, or receive any compensation for assisting in the prosecution of a claim against the United States; or
  • act as an agent or attorney before any court or Federal agency (or other Federal entity specified in the statute) in connection with any “particular matter” (e.g., contract, grant, or rulemaking) in which the United States is a party or has a direct and substantial interest.

The latter restriction is very broad. It applies to any particular matter regardless of whether the matter is related, or even appears to be related, to an employee’s position or duties, and regardless of whether there is any real possibility that the employee may exert any real influence. Notably, this provision places limits on an employee’s volunteering and other unpaid activities.

The Fogbow forum has a member using the name “NEONZX” who has published numerous posts about Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III and Darren Wesley Huff, the latter of whom was sentenced to four years in federal prison for a crime he did not commit and at whose trial The Post & Email has determined that at least seven public officials perjured themselves for the prosecution.

Screenshot of comment from ZEONZX at The Fogbow on a report from Jamie Satterfield of The Knoxville News Sentinel.

If NEONZX and NEON are the same person, then an Obama White House attorney has actively engaged in a disinformation campaign against Fitzpatrick and Huff, culminating in numerous jailings and federal incarceration for the two men, respectively.

Since 2008, the Obama regime has proudlycontrolled the media.”  NBC and MSNBC are sources of government propaganda rather than news, with an openlyprogressiveorientation, while real journalism requires the reporter to be neutral.  MSNBC’s “Lean Forward” slogan closely resembles Obama’s 2012 campaign slogan of “Forward!” which was also used by the Hitler Youth Corps during the buildup to World War II.

Fogbow ringleader and self-described Communist “PJ Foggy,” aka William L. Bryan, openly admitted responsibility for a massive assemblage of law enforcement officers in Madisonville, TN, on April 20, 2010, the day LCDR Fitzpatrick appeared before a mandatory assignment hearing at the “trailer park” General Sessions Monroe County courthouse.

Foggy and his Fogbow Gang buried local Monroe County law enforcement and government officials with phone calls and emails in brazen acts of criminal political activity, falsely warning that LCDR Fitzpatrick and his supporters were planning to descend upon the city of Madisonville promising armed violence.

Taking full advantage of what law enforcement knew to be an invented police crisis and a domestic terrorist hoax, government operatives deployed a shocking paramilitary assault of extreme proportion.

Sniper and SWAT teams, FBI and TBI agents, local police and six county sheriffs’ offices were joined in what law enforcement officials knew was a political hoax. Schools, banks and government offices were closed, and Tennessee Highway Patrolmen escorted Judge J. Reed Dixon to the courthouse for the hearing.

Among mainstream news reports that threats had been called in to the courthouse of armed resistance planned for April 20, no one was found with a gun, directly contradicting a sworn affidavit of FBI Special Agent Mark A. van Balen, who reported gaining his information second-hand.

No one was confronted for carrying a gun, for brandishing a weapon, threatening violence or any other violation.  Darren Huff, who had traveled to Madisonville to attend Fitzpatrick’s hearing, returned home uneventfully but was arrested ten days later for “a crime that never happened.”

Bryan and his ilk are otherwise described as “trolls” who proudly claim responsibility for many other acts of criminal political activism. Besides the White House attorney troll, there is another one of “Foggy’s” close confidants named Mitzi Lynn Torri, an IRS attorney/agent working out of New Orleans, LA.

Trolls who have reportedly been paid to post Obama-supportive and distracting comments register at various websites under multiple screen names and IPs, including at The Post & Email.  Three months after Obama took office, Fox News reporteda plague of internet ‘trolls’ — troublemakers who work to derail cyber-conversations through harassing and inflammatory posts.”

As reported previously by The Post & Email, some of these trolls have perpetrated payment scams which Paypal has detected as fraudulent after launching its own investigations. Death threats have been made against Fitzpatrick, this writer, Cold Case Posse Lead Investigator Michael Zullo, Pastor Carl Gallups and others, death threats which are now under scrutiny.

Screen names of Obama trolls include “GeorgetownJD,” “Butterfly Bilderberg,” “TollandRCR,” “Epictitus,” “Reality Check,” “Realist,” aka “Jack Ryan,” and “Loren.”

Walter Fitzpatrick recently spoke to a number of the Fogbow members directly:  Richard C. Rockwell (TollandRCR)_, William Bryan (“Foggy”), BadFiction blogger Patrick McKinnion ({PatGund”), and Mitzi Lynn Torri, the IRS agent (“GeorgetownJD”), who admitted in one of her Fogbow postings that she had received Fitzpatrick’s telephone call accepting her offer to take LCDR Fitzpatrick out to lunch.

Fogbow member Mitzi Lynn Torri declaring of Fitzpatrick, “He called me too!”

In 1972, Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein discovered that the Watergate Hotel was bugged by Republican operatives to discover their campaign strategy against President Richard M. Nixon, who was running for reelection.  Nixon was found to have obstructed justice and was forced to resign in 1974 in disgrace.

In an undated post referring to events in 2009 and 2010, Bryan wrote:

“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for LCDR Walt Fitzpatrick, when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.”

The personal pronoun “we” “Foggy” Bryan uses in his boasting about the Madisonville hoax includes one of Obama’s White House attorneys.

As The Post & Email has reported previously, Fitzpatrick had no plans to “take over the Monroe County courthouse.”  There was no coordination with any of those who drove short or long distances to attend the hearing, and no one was carrying a gun in Madisonville that day, hence, the absence of arrests.  It has also been discovered that telephone calls regarding alleged threats to Madisonville and reported by then-Mayor Allan Watson came from members of The Fogbow, who were seeking to create a scenario by which Fitzpatrick would be labeled a domestic terrorist.

The allegedly terroristic phone calls were never investigated by the FBI.

Bryan, who is also known as “Foggy,” also states that he communicated with Madisonville Police Chief Gregg Breeden about Fitzpatrick:

“Foggy” stating that he “sent an email to Chief Breeden with ol’ Walt’s remarks highlighted, ‘specially where he said Breeden is a criminal and his department is corrupt. I figured that might brighten up his day considerable”

“Foggy” stating that he “sent an email to Chief Breeden with ol’ Walt’s remarks highlighted, ‘specially where he said Breeden is a criminal and his department is corrupt. I figured that might brighten up his day considerable”

Fogbower attorney Scott J. Tepper  (“Sterngard Friegen”) indicated particular interest in which The Post & Email later acquired from court reporter Denise Barnes did not match the internet version and took approximately a month to arrive after payment was made.

Screenshot dated July 6, 2010 from The Fogbow showing collusion between Fogbow member “Realist” with Court Clerk Martha M. Cook regarding Walter Fitzpatrick’s transcript

Screenshot from July 6, 2010

Screenshot from July 13, 2010

White male veterans who support the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights are considered potential “domestic terrorists” andSovereign Citizensby Obama’s FBI and Department of Justice as confirmed by The Rutherford Institute, a First Amendment rights organization.  Outspoken critics of the Obama regime, Christians, home-schoolers, and members of the Tea Party are also on the FBI’s radar for potential “terrorist” activity.  Fitzpatrick and Huff were identified asSovereign Citizensin a training program created by the U.S. Justice Department, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, and the FBI in materials leaked to The Post & Email.

Working behind the scenes in close cooperation with major media, the White House, DOJ, DHS IRS and Tennessee State officials, William Bryan’s Fogbow contributed to the launch of a disinformation campaign against Fitzpatrick and Huff beginning the first week of April 2010 building up to April 20, 2010For instance, TIME Magazine published a lengthy cover-story article on October 11, 2010 entitled “The Secret World of Extreme Militias.” Huff and Fitzpatrick are specifically named as potentially violent criminals on page 28 (page 2 of the online version) for protesting government corruption discovered in Monroe County in Eastern Tennessee.

The Southern Poverty Law Center breathed new life into the “Sovereign Citizen” campaign with the March 5, 2013 publication of its letter to the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security on the subject of “angry white men.”  The Department of Justice refuses to release documentation authorizing the presence of FBI agents for a “domestic terrorist” event that never occurred.

Evidence gathered by The Post & Email regarding the White House involvement in the Madisonville hoax and other criminal acts of political activism is now in the hands of law enforcement who are uniquely positioned to act.

© 2013, The Post & Email. All rights reserved.


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A Special Report on the Case of Darren Wesley Huff 

“No one knows the meaning of innocence except those who are!”

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -Unknown

 

by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III

Edited by Sharon Rondeau – The Post & Email (link)

 

PREMEDITATED AND PREDATORY 

The federal arrest, prosecution and conviction of Mr. Darren Huff was a successful disinformation operation carried out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in hand-to-glove cooperation working with their “law enforcement partners” (Link #1) (Link #2) (Link #3)

The mission of the DISOP was to render an obscure and heinous “thought-crime” law actionable as part of the creation of a new government offensive against Citizens’ fighting crime in government. 

FBI Special Agent Scott Johnson said, “This case is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent for case law in future DOMESTIC TERRORISM CASES throughout the United States!

So anyone who even THINKS about standing up to federal or local government outlawry is this day considered an EXTREME DOMESTIC TERRORIST!

Having realized breathtaking success in appropriating and neutralizing federal and community grand juries everywhere in the nation, the goal of this FBI DISOP was to steal away an individual’s authority conduct a Citizens’ arrest.

In this case purported to be one of “domestic terrorism” carried out by “extremist militiamen,” elsewhere characterized as “Sovereign Citizens” in the FBI’s pejorative, there were no extremists, there were no “extreme militiamen,” no Sovereign Citizens, there was no “plot,” there was no planning, no threat stream, and no criminal conduct.

On 20 April 2010, in the city of Madisonville, Tennessee, there were no guns except for the guns the cops carried. And there were a lot of guns in Madisonville that day!

Law enforcement officials (LEOs) everywhere in East Tennessee were placed on notice regarding the corruption in Monroe County (Madisonville the county seat) and throughout the region going back to 2009.

LEOs were put on notice regarding the necessity, the authority and the intent to carry out a series of Citizens’ arrests on 8 March 2010. We asked for their assistance.

Instead, all we heard was the cricket laugh-track.

When questioned, Darren Huff reaffirmed his intent to carry out the lawful exercise of Citizens’ arrest.

Darren told FBI Special Agent Chuck Reed that if there were any problems, to give Darren a call.

Reed never called.

Darren drove to Madisonville.

Then LEO lying began.

Exploiting the press like the big-man-on-campus exploits the raging hormone adoration of nearby teen-age girls, the FBI and other LEOs played the press for all they could.

The FBI played us all!

The FBI planted a story working the criminal syndicate that’s this day splashed all over the front pages of local and regional newspapers, reports that when gathered together are book-length,

Success in their lying to the press, LEOs were emboldened to lie in court.

Now caught in their foolish allegiance to the government criminal adventures, press outlets of every description are the three monkeys on the fence: Hear no Evil; See no Evil; Speak no Evil.

The FBI and other law enforcement agencies are deflecting questions away like animals in a horse stable swatting at flies.

Afraid of what they might step in, and overwhelmed by the aroma, the press—until just recently—refused to put them to the question.

Well, we’ve only just begun!

In the winter of 2009 moving into the spring of 2010 federal agents and state and local law enforcement described Citizens standing up for their Constitution in the fight against a mindboggling government criminal industry as holding an “EXTREME POLITICAL BELIEF!”

So now that’s it’s out in the open, reported using barrels of ink, whatta we gonna call it today?

PURPOSE

This report is submitted for a number of reasons.

First: To secure Mr. Darren Wesley Huff’s immediate release from federal prison.

Next: Accept this writing as a public criminal complaint aimed at seeing to it that the people who locked Darren up as an innocent man take Darren’s place in his cell and fill up several more.

Next: As an object lesson regarding the dictatorial oppression and totalitarian actions being visited on us all by high and low governments alike, functioning within OBAMA’s criminal industry.

Next:  To get this report into the hands of state and federal grand juries.

Additional motivations are discussed at the end of this work.

BACKGROUND (Link)

This case began when Sergeant of Marines Timothy Joseph Harrington and I crafted and advanced a criminal complaint naming Barack Hussein Obama in commission of Treason. (Link)

Repeated attempts were made to advance the Obama treason complaint to a number of federal grand juries. All were repulsed.

In September 2009 the treason complaint was brought before a four-member panel of the Monroe County grand jury.

While expending maximum effort to bring the treason complaint before the full 13-members of the local, county grand jury it was disclosed that the jury foreman—Mr. Gary D. Pettway—was holding his foremanship illegally.

Eventually we’ve come to discover Pettway stood as foreman in front of 56 different county grand juries over the course of 28 years consecutively.

Federal, state and local law enforcement officials refused to remove Mr. Pettway from his career post, leaving in place Pettway’s obstruction of the criminal complaint for treason.

An assistant district attorney named James H. Stutts stood shoulder-to- shoulder with Pettway in blocking the complaint.

Meanwhile, much more had been discovered regarding the corruption in Monroe County.

The situation deteriorated to the point where Citizen’s arrest was the only peaceful recourse left to me by way of removing the Pettway-Stutts obstructions.

Notice of necessity, authority and intent to carry out a series of imminent Citizen’s arrests was delivered to local law enforcement officials on Monday, 8 March 2010. The notice included a request for local law enforcement guidance and participation.

The written notice went ignored.

Mr. Pettway and others were subsequently placed under Citizen’s arrest during the scheduled assembly of the Monroe County grand jury on the first Thursday in April 2010 in the brick and mortar County Courthouse.

A judge not present in the Courthouse counter attacked and ordered my arrest for misdemeanor charges of riot, disorderly conduct and disrupting a meeting. (Link)

Darren Huff had operated a video camera and captured footage of the Citizen’s arrest inside the courthouse.  I had never met Darren prior to April 1 and had no contact with him afterward.

I was locked up and manhandled in the Monroe County Jail (dungeon) for five days and over Easter.

Judge J. Reed Dixon finally released me on 6 April.

As a condition of my bond, Dixon ordered I show up for a psychological examination in Knoxville on Friday, 16 April, and to appear in his court for a preliminary hearing set for Tuesday, 20 April 2010.

Dixon ordered the psychological evaluation to determine my competency to stand trial and to determine my mental condition on 1 April 2010, the day of the Citizen’s arrests.

Recognizing the assigned clinical psychologist as a law enforcement official no different than any sheriff or policeman, I arrived for my appointment and had him read me my rights.

He did.

Then I walked out the door.

News reporters Sharon Rondeau and J.B. Williams watched closely and reported carefully.

The news spread over the Internet and by word of mouth regarding the rumblings and expansive government corruption in Monroe County Tennessee.

As the date of my preliminary hearing approached, righteous outrage and public support grew.

Word reached Mr. Darren Huff in his Georgia home. And support grew.

Darren learned that the county grand jury foreman had acted as foreman for 27 consecutive years.

Darren was aware of other dimensions of the official banditry.

Darren, with others in support, was concerned about what this meant regarding our country and our Constitution.

In the context of Obama’s treason at the national level, Darren was aware that I was being assaulted and brutalized for bringing a newly-discovered local criminal industry to public attention in our own back yards.

On Tuesday, 20 April 2010, in a continuing effort to fight back against and further expose government tyranny, Darren drove to Madisonville, Tennessee to attend my court hearing.

Darren came to act as a court watcher and to stand in peaceful assembly with other folks as upset about government outlawry as he and I were.

In simple terms, Darren was coming to Madisonville, Tennessee to protect me and other Americans from a tyrannical and dictatorial local government operation.

Darren signaled his purpose speaking with others in his community.

Darren wanted people in his hometown to take a hard look at what was occurring in Monroe County as an example of what they were sure to find, to one degree or another, in their own neighborhoods.

By calling attention to the emerging news of the cancerous corruption in Tennessee, chillingly exampled by the government takeover of the Monroe County grand jury, it was hoped that folks in their own locales would be inspired to take a first look, a hard look into the scope and operation of their own local governments, (Link) and to especially take a hard look at government as it related to the scope and operation of their own community grand juries.

On 20 April 2010, in a continuing expression of the people’s power of Citizen’s arrest, Darren and I were simply and peacefully doing what could be done to fight government corruption, and with that, to start the process of taking back our grand juries back.

Others traveled independently to Madisonville that day for the same reasons.

In turn, state and federal government sycophants, who to this day still run roughshod over state and federal grand juries, criminalized the Citizen’s arrest and turned the peaceful exercises of people seeking remedy and redress into gun crimes and the crimes of riot, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault, and disorderly conduct.

What we shall review here is the violently tyrannical government retaliation Darren Huff and others have experienced as government officials of every stripe tried to stop us from finding out more of their corrupt activities and  hold them accountable.

This report is about Darren Huff for sure.

It’s also about folks who stood up for America and blew the whistle loudly!

THE EVENTS OF APRIL 2010

Tuesday, 6 April – Tuesday, 26 April 2010

Unknown to anyone at the time, William Little Bryan was involved is some sort of intrigue that alerted state and federal law enforcement officials that I was part of a group threatening to take over the city of Madisonville and the courthouse(s) in that city.

William Little Bryan a,k.a. “P.J Foggy

William Bryan is also known as William B. Given and goes by a number of aliases. (Link)

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Darren went to his bank, the Chase Manhattan in Hiram, Georgia. Darren reportedly engaged in conversation with the bank’s manager, Robert Shane Longmire, and teller Erica Dupree, with all three standing together. (LINK)

Longmire and Dupree reported their conversation with Darren to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The two bankers told FBI agents that Darren said he was traveling to Madisonville, Tennessee on 20 April 2010 “with the Georgia militia along with eight or nine other militia groups to “take over the city.”

Monday, 19 April 2010

During the day, the FBI, working with their “law enforcement partners,” made preparations in expectation of Darren’s trip to Madisonville.

Monroe County Sheriff Bill Bivens assigned inmates from the County Jail (dungeon) to set up FBI pole cameras in town.

The FBI placed banks, schools, and government employees throughout the nearby area on alert to close down or skip work on Tuesday.

Tennessee State Highway patrolmen were assigned to the 10th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime Task Force for planned operations the following day.

Acting on information allegedly received from the Chase bankers, FBI Special Agent Chuck Reed drove to Darren’s home on Monday night, April 19, to officially interview Darren.

Two Paulding County Sheriffs escorted S/A Reed (Link)

S/A Reed showed up on Darren’s doorstep wanting to know about what Darren was going to do.

More about this interview and the bankers’ involvement is found below, as the bankers and S/A Reed testified at Darren’s trial.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

On Tuesday morning, 20 April 2010, Mr. Darren Huff drove from Dallas, Georgia toward Madisonville, Tennessee to attend and witness my preliminary assignment hearing in the General Sessions Court in Monroe County, Tennessee.

Riding with Darren was a young 19-year old man named Michael DeSilva. Michael was a friend of the family and part of Darren’s Bible study group.

Tennessee Highway Patrolman Michael Wilson was up early that Tuesday morning and on the road with Darren.

When Tennessee State Trooper Michael Wilson left his residence that morning he said,

 

“I felt sick to my stomach not knowing what might happen.” (Link)

 

Wilson was one of the Highway Patrol troopers deployed as part of the Tennessee 10th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force. (Link)

The Traffic Stop on New Highway 68 in Sweetwater, Tennessee Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Trooper Wilson pulled Darren over on 20 April 2010. Wilson’s cruiser is parked directly behind Darren’s truck in film footage recording that 20 April 2010 felony stop.

(Dash cam video links #1 & #2)

(You Tube link)

(You Tube link#2)

(WBIR video footage capturing events on Thursday, 1 April and Tuesday, 20 April 2010)

The officers claimed that Darren had run through a stop sign and was following the vehicle ahead of him too closely, claims which Darren and an eyewitness refute.

Darren declined a search of his vehicle requested by the Tennessee Highway Patrol because the officers did not have a search warrant.  One of the officers suggested that Darren lock his firearms in the toolbox in the back of his truck upon arrival in Madisonville.  Instead, Darren locked them in the toolbox in the presence of the officer at the traffic stop.  He was allowed to proceed into Madisonville.

An eyewitness who had traveled from out-of-state to observe the proceedings stated that upon Darren’s arrival in town, he led a small group in prayer before approaching the courthouse to attend my hearing.

In the City of Madisonville, Tennessee 20 April 2010

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department S.W.A.T. was deployed.

SWAT teams from 6 (six) surrounding Tennessee Counties deployed to Madisonville, Tennessee on this day.

A total of 7 (seven) S.W.A.T. were in the field in Madisonville.

Many S.W.A.T. sniper teams were seen in windows and on roofs.

Uniformed and plain-clothes LEOs and sheriffs were on the ground like ants at a picnic.

The Tennessee State Highway Patrol in force set up checkpoints on roads leading into and out of Madisonville.

A number of canine units roamed Madisonville streets.

The FBI had alerted local banks to shut down.

Two helicopters flew in umbrella coverage.

Local schools were locked down.

The presiding judge that day—J. Reed Dixon—was under Tennessee Highway Patrol armed escort and driven to within feet of the entrance to the trailer park courthouse.

State Highway Patrol, Sheriffs’ and City police cruisers of every description ran up and down the streets of Madisonville.

Cost to the community here was in excess of $450,000.00 (nearly half a million dollars). This is believed an extremely conservative estimate.



Federal Agents were in Madisonville on 20 April 2010.

  While local news reports were issued stating that several people had been seen carrying guns near the courthouse, no arrests were made and such individuals were never identified or arrested. 

While Darren Huff and I have been characterized as members of “right-wing militia groups” plotting to “take over the courthouse,” there was no contact between Darren and me prior to the 20 April 2010 assignment hearing.  I did not know who would be coming, nor did I expect the turnout of folks from out-of-town and out-of state who came.

Darren Huff and many others traveling from out of the area were not permitted to observe my hearing, and several went to a nearby restaurant to have lunch, including Darren.  Afterward, Darren traveled home uneventfully.

However, on April 30, 2010, Darren Huff was arrested on two federal firearms charges, jailed over the weekend, and interrogated by federal agents for six hours.

Eventually released on bond, he was tracked with an ankle bracelet and experienced severe economic hardship.  He insisted that he was innocent of any crime and repelled a plea deal, choosing instead to go to trial.

Thursday, 22 APRIL 2010

“Mom…why are we standing out here in a parking lot in the rain?”

MONDAY, 26 APRIL 2010

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations

GREGG BREEDEN’S INTERFERENCE

At some point after Tuesday, 20 April 2010, and prior to Darren’s trial in October 2011, Madisonville Chief of Police Greg Breeden officially interviewed Chase Manhattan Bank Teller Erica Dupree.

Breeden and Dupree both testified at Darren’s trial.

Dupree gave testimony during the case-in-chief.

Breeden testified during the sentencing phase.

A witness talking to another witness before a trial is a prosecutable offense.

Breeden’s crime is aggravated by the fact it was Breeden who approached Dupree under color of authority, representing himself as an investigator in the case.

The FBI was the lead-investigating agency. (Link #1) (Link #2) (Link #3)

DARREN’S TRIAL (22 September, 18 – 25 October 2011)

Darren faced two gun charges during his October 2011 trial:

CHARGE 1: Transporting a firearm in furtherance of a civil disorder (18 U.S.C. § 231(a)(2));

and

CHARGE 2: Using a firearm in relation to a felony crime of violence (18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A)).

The statute for CHARGE 1 reads:

 “Whoever transports or manufactures for transportation in commerce any firearm, or explosive or incendiary device, knowing or having reason to know or intending that the same will be used unlawfully in furtherance of a civil disorder” is guilty of this crime.

The statute for CHARGE 2 reads:

(c)

(1)

(A) Except to the extent that a greater minimum sentence is otherwise provided by this subsection or by any other provision of law, any person who, during and in relation to any crime of violence or drug trafficking crime (including a crime of violence or drug trafficking crime that provides for an enhanced punishment if committed by the use of a deadly or dangerous weapon or device) for which the person may be prosecuted in a court of the United States, uses or carries a firearm, or who, in furtherance of any such crime, possesses a firearm, shall, in addition to the punishment provided for such crime of violence or drug trafficking crime

(i) be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 5 years;

(ii) if the firearm is brandished, be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 7 years; and

(iii) if the firearm is discharged, be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 10 years.

THE GOVERNMENT THEORY OF THE CRIMES

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jeff Theodore and William Mackie prosecuted Darren. Theodore and Mackie worked under William C. Killian, U.S. Attorney for Tennessee’s Eastern District.

It was the United States’ position in charging Darren that:

(1) Citizen’s arrest in Tennessee State constituted a violent crime, an act of domestic terrorism, an act of aggravated kidnapping, an act of aggravated assault,

(2) Darren intended to carry out a Citizen’s arrest in Tennessee State while armed,

(3) Darren was a domestic terrorist, an extreme militiaman

(4) Darren plotted together with other domestic terrorists and extreme militia members to “take over” courthouses in Madisonville, Tennessee, and carry out citizens’ arrests,

(5) Darren joined with domestic terrorists in Madisonville, Tennessee to carry out the plot,

(6) And that Darren actually used a gun in carrying out an act of domestic terrorism.

Prosecutors maintain Darren committed the crime described by CHARGE 1 the moment Darren crossed from Georgia into Tennessee. (Link)

U.S. Attorney William C. Killian, his two assistants Theodore and Mackie, FBI agents Mark A. Van Balen, Scott Johnson and Chuck reed maintains a citizen’s arrest conducted in Tennessee state meets the threshold for the crimes of riot, civil disorder, aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping, although it is legal by state statute. Prosecutors Theodore and Mackie maintained that “intent to unlawfully arrest government officials would constitute confining them unlawfully, substantially interfering with their liberty.” (Link)

Repeating for emphasis: A Citizens’ arrest in the State of Tennessee is legal.

PRELIMINARY HEARING

Wednesday 22 September 2011

U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Guyton presided over this preliminary hearing in Darren’s case.

Jonathon Moffat was Darren’s assigned defense counsel. Darren dismissed Moffat days later.

Michael Wilson, a Tennessee Highway Patrolman who had pulled Darren over on 20 April 2010, testified this day for the prosecution.

Wilson’s cruiser is parked directly behind Darren’s truck in film footage recording of that 20 April 2010 felony stop.

Wilson said he was deployed as part of the Tennessee 10th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force. (Link)

Twenty-seven (27) days later, testifying at Darren’s trial on 19 October, 2011, Wilson said,

 

“When I left I that day, I felt sick to my stomach not knowing what might happen.” (Link)

 

At the 22 September 2011 preliminary hearing, Wilson denied knowing about FBI S/A Chuck Reed’s interview with Darren the night before Wilson stopped Darren on New Hwy. 68 in Sweetwater, TN.  In that 19 April 2010 interview with Reed, Darren told Reed that he would be traveling from Georgia to Tennessee carrying his legally-owned and registered firearms. (Link)

Trooper Wilson said under oath that when Wilson pulled Darren over, Wilson didn’t know anything about Darren’s FBI interview the night before. Wilson said he didn’t know Darren had announced his travel plans to FBI S/A Reed 

Darren’s black truck is captured in pictures all over the Internet. It was tricked out with decals and huge artwork. The words “Oath Keepers” were decaled on the truck’s rear window. And there was a decal celebrating militias (you know, those pesky “well-regulated” militias our Founding Fathers championed in the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution).

While “feeling sick to his stomach, not knowing what might happen,” Trooper Wilson said he just happened upon Darren’s truck serendipitously, a chance encounter while driving to Madisonville.

Wilson admitted to profiling Darren’s truck.

No doubt Wilson had been trained to profile vehicles bearing markings and bumper stickers such as those found on Darren’s truck.

Wilson testified, “This vehicle [Darren’s truck] had suspicious indications on the vehicle. This vehicle caught my attention [because] the vehicle had a large amount of writing on it.”

Wilson lit up Darren’s truck in a felony stop, with four LEO chase vehicles in trail, because, according to Wilson, Darren had committed a few minor traffic violations.

Darren was held for around two-hours according to one witness on the scene.

The black LEO SUV chase vehicle that pulled up directly behind Trooper Wilson’s cruiser videotaped the stop using a dashboard camera.

According to one press account, “Wilson ultimately issued warning citations for Huff for following too closely to another car and failing to stop at a stop sign.”

“It also netted federal authorities Huff’s own admission that he was headed to help [with others] to take over Madisonville.” (Link)

 

OPENING ARGUMENTS Tuesday, 18 October 2011 – Day One

The prosecution

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jeff Theodore and William Mackie represented to Darren’s jury that Darren was a poster child for a “domestic terrorist” bent on mayhem.

The federal prosecutors said Darren drove to Madisonville, Tennessee on Tuesday, 20 April 2010 with a .45 Colt handgun and AK-47 rifle threatening to use force and give up his life if necessary to “take over” the city and the Monroe County Courthouse. (Link)

In this regard, the prosecutors said Darren plotted with and was going to join with other domestic terrorists (militiamen) in Madisonville to carry out their plot.

The Defense

G. Scott Green, Darren’s appointed defense attorney, delivered this first impression to Darren’s jury. “Everyone of you might think [Darren] and his ilk [those other extremists and terrorists as prosecutors depicted] are kooky as all get out.”

Green called Darren a “loudmouth.”

Backtracking a bit, Green feebly offered that Darren was “not the scary guy [prosecutors] have been trying to paint.” (Link)

TESTIMONY and EVIDENCE

FBI Special Agent Mark A. Van Balen’s Sworn Affidavit

Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Mark Van Balen’s sworn affidavit was entered into the record.

Prosecutors relied heavily upon Van Balen’s sworn statement. 

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations

Agent Van Balen reported Darren was interviewed at Darren’s home in Dalton, Georgia on the evening of Monday, 19 April 2010. Van Balen stated that Darren “told the agents that he [Darren] was planning to travel to Madisonville, Tennessee the next day.”  As Van Balen put it, Darren “and others were planning to assist Fitzpatrick in making citizens arrests.”  Van Balen attributes to Darren the statement “that [Darren] and others were planning to assist Fitzpatrick in getting the charges against Fitzpatrick dropped.”

It’s reported that Darren “was not sure how many individuals would be traveling to Madisonville to assist Fitzpatrick” and that, “there would be no violence unless they were provoked into violence.”

Van Balen attributes to Darren the statement that Darren “would be armed with his Colt 45 handgun when he traveled to Madisonville, TN” and that [Darren] would also be carrying his AK-47 rifle in his truck.

According to Van Balen’s written statement, Darren told other law enforcement officers (LEOs) the same thing.

Van Balen told us that he [Van Balen] personally knew that Darren was under constant FBI surveillance from the time Darren left home the next day and all through the rest of that day (Tuesday, 20 April 2010).

Agent Van Balen recorded the time Darren crossed the Georgia/Tennessee state line as approximately 0650 hours local (ET)

Van Balen says he interviewed Lieutenant Donald Williams from Tennessee’s 10th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force over the course of two days, 21 and 22 April 2010. According to Balen, Williams said this:

  • Tennessee Highway Patrol Troopers Michael Wilson and Kelly Smith, with Lt. Don Williams in company, pulled Darren over on the morning of 20 April 2010 for traffic violations.
  • Lt. Williams saw Darren’s .45-hand gun and disarmed Darren for “officer safety reasons.”
  • Williams said that when [Darren] opened the door [of Darren’s truck] Lt. Williams observed two blue .45 pistol magazines in a pouch for which Darren claimed ownership.
  • Williams said Darren declined to relinquish his weapon, but agreed to lock it in his [Darren’s] toolbox later when he approached the Courthouse.
  • Williams said Darren would not consent to the officers searching [Darren’s] truck.
  • Task Force Supervisor Williams took a copy of an Affidavit of Complaint and Citizens’ Arrest Warrant Darren held. These documents were those Walter Fitzpatrick had written, signed, filed and executed on Thursday, 1 April 2010. These documents named 24 federal, state and local officials.
  • Lt. Williams said that once Darren was free to go, Darren engaged LEOs there assembled in a conversation. During that conversation Williams quoted Darren as saying:
  • “…all the members of the group he planned to join in Madisonville (which [Williams] believed included members of a group known as the ‘Oath Keepers’) had a copy of the Complaint and arrest warrants and were going to effect a citizen’s arrest”
  • “they [this group] intended to make physical arrests of various individuals and then turn these officials over to the State Police to place them in jail.”
  • “that their group had their own Grand Jury and Judge.”
  • “that he [Darren] had the constitutional right to bear arms, that he had an AK-47 and ammunition in the tool box of his truck and that he [Darren] had the right to take it out to protect himself.”
  • “that if necessary, they [this group] didn’t have enough people on April 20 to do all they planned to do that day, that they would be back in one to two weeks.
  • Lt. Williams repeated to S/A that Darren said, “that if necessary, they [this group] would come back and have a lot more armed people to take over the Courthouse and effect the arrests.”
  • According to Lt. Williams Darren said “he [Darren] was ready to die for his rights and what he believed in.
  • After his interview with S/A Van Balen on Wednesday, 21 April 2010, and later the same day, Lt. Williams  “recorded a radio broadcast in which [Darren] talked about his traffic stop on April 20, 2010.”  Williams then interviewed with Van Balen the next day, Thursday, 22 April 2010. According to Williams, [Darren] “stated in the broadcast that when he [Darren] had traveled to Madisonville, TN on April 20 he had his AK-47 and ammunition with him.”

It was based upon the statements of Longmire, Dupree, and Williams that FBI S/A Van Balen affirmed Van Balen had:

“…probable cause to believe the [Darren] had both the intent and the means to immediately carry out his [Darren’s] threats of violence to take over the Madisonville, TN courthouse and/or arrest individuals by force based on the FITZPATRICK complaint and “citizens arrest warrants.”

Van Balen wrote that [Darren] had traveled interstate with one or more weapons to accomplish his [Darren’s] planned takeover of a courthouse and/or arrests of persons together with more than three persons.

Speaking on his own behalf, S/A Van Balen wrote under oath that he [Van Balen],

“…was present in a Command Post in Madisonville, TN, where [Van Balen] was informed by law enforcement officers who were reporting that [Darren] and several individuals were in possession of openly displayed and concealed firearms and were at the time” seen at various locations in Madisonville, TN… “Some of these persons,’ Van Balen wrote, “gathered outside the Courthouse appeared to be conducting surveillance on law enforcement officers, their vehicles and police observations posts, as well as entrances to the court building.”

FBI S/A Van Balen asserts that he personally knew on 20 April 2010,

“…there were over a dozen armed members of this loose knit group who had Assembled with the stated intent to effect citizens arrest warrants that had been issued by FITZPATRICK and /Or take over the courthouse if it was deemed necessary.” (Link)

Van Balen wrote that based upon Longmire’s, Dupree’s, and Lt. Williams’ statements, taken together with his own personal knowledge, Van Balen had:

 “…probable cause to believe that [Darren] traveled in interstate commerce from the State of Georgia to the State of Tennessee on April 20, 2010, with the intent to incite riot at Madisonville, TN and that he transported in commerce a firearm knowing or having reason to know or intending the same would be used unlawfully in furtherance of a civil disorder…” (Link)

Van Balen said in his sworn statement that surveillance in [Madisonville] “found Huff and more than a dozen other individuals with openly displayed and concealed firearms outside the courthouse. Some of these persons appeared to be conducting surveillance on law enforcement officers, their vehicles and police observation posts, as well as entrances to the court building.”

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations 

Darren asked for permission to travel to Madisonville legally armed. The FBI said it was O.K. Van Balen added in his sworn statement that Darren was traveling with others to Madisonville to help carry out citizens arrests of 24 federal, state and local officials.

The Prosecution: Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Gary Pettway testified that he’d been placed under Citizen’s arrest on 1 April 2011 because Pettway blocked a complaint naming Obama in commission of treason. Pettway was the illegitimate Monroe County Grand Jury foreman from 1982 through 2010.

Shane Longmire testified. Longmire was the Chase Manhattan branch manager in Hiram, Georgia, Darren’s bank. Longmire testified that on 15 April 2010 Darren “came to the bank and said he had an AK-47 and intended to travel to Madisonville, Tennessee to take over the town with militiamen.”

Erica Dupree testified: Dupree was a teller at the Chase Bank. Dupree testified that on 15 April 2010 Darren “came to the bank and said he had an AK-47 and intended to travel to Madisonville, Tennessee to take over the town with militiamen.”

Longmire and Dupree described Darren as a longtime bank customer. (Link)

The Prosecution: Wednesday, 19 October 2011:

Michael Wilson testified. Wilson was the Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper who told the court with tears:

“When I left I that day, I felt sick to my stomach not knowing what might happen.” (Link)

 

Jamie Satterfield captured Wilson’s quote and emotions in her Knoxville News Sentinel article initially datelined 20 October 2011 at 5:56 a.m.

(Note: That portion of Satterfield’s article regarding Trooper Williams testimony has since been scrubbed from the online report. But screen shots of people quoting Satterfield before her comment was stricken are captured from among the 61 comments Satterfield’s narrative generated before it was scrubbed). Satterfield was otherwise quoted elsewhere on the Internet with the comment.) (Link)

An Associated Press reporter, Lucas L. Johnson, II, is here quoted in an article Johnson published on 25 October 2011 at 7:31 p.m. (ET),

“Huff said in the video that he and others were ready to help carry out the citizen’s arrest Fitzpatrick wanted.” Johnson went further, writing that Darren told police, “I’ve got my .45 because ain’t no government official gonna go peacefully.” (Link)

A Knoxville News Sentinel staff reporter wrote in a piece dated 15 May 2012:

“When a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper stopped Huff, Huff told the officer, “I’ve got my .45 because ain’t no government official gonna go peacefully.” (Link)

LEOs recorded Darren’s felony stop using a dashboard camera.

The dashboard camera is positioned in an unmarked, black SUV.

Trooper Wilson’s cruiser is depicted in film footage parked directly behind Darren’s truck.

The black SUV with the dash cam is parked directly behind Trooper Wilson’s cruiser.

(Dash cam video links #1 & #2)

(You Tube link)

10th Judicial Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Supervisor Donald “Don” Williams testified on Wednesday morning of the trial that he pulled [Darren] over on the morning of 20 April 2010 for a traffic violation as Darren was on his way to Madisonville.

A dashboard camera positioned in an unmarked, black SUV recorded the stop. The black SUV was directly behind the Tennessee Highway Patrol cruiser that was directly behind Darren’s truck. (YouTube link)

In agreement with FBI S/A Van Balen’s sworn statement, Williams told Darren’s jury that just before Darren was to drive off, he started talking about his “intentions of taking over the Monroe County Courthouse and effecting citizens’ arrests.” It was Williams who said Darren handed Williams a copy of the Citizens’ Arrest Warrant.

Williams opined, “It wasn’t a real arrest warrant.”

Williams added, “(Darren and others) had their own grand jury and judge.”

The dashboard camera video was played. It’s reported that Darren said on camera that he and others were ready to help carry out the citizens’ arrests Fitzpatrick wanted.

It’s also reported that Darren is heard on the dashboard video footage as having said, “I’ve got my .45 because ain’t no government official gonna go peacefully.” (Link)

Williams said that Darren had a loaded .45 in a holster on his hip as well as an AK-47 assault rifle and 200 or 300 rounds of ammunition in a toolbox in the bed of Darren’s truck.

Task Force Supervisor Williams told the federal jury he [Williams] didn’t arrest Darren, allowing him to continue his journey into Madisonville, because “he [Darren] had not violated state law.”

Former 10th Judicial Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Supervisor Mike Hall (link) testified after Don Williams. Hall guessed under oath that “the presence of about 70 officers likely discouraged Huff and other out-of-towners carrying guns from getting violent. Hall said, “Police restraint was more important than anything. There was a sense of who is going to fight first. It was very tense.”

FBI Special Agent Charles Reed testified.

S/A Reed told the jury he drove with other LEOs to Darren’s Dallas, Georgia home on Monday evening, 19 April 2010.

S/A Reed said he interviewed Darren at home that night, the night before Darren’s trip to Madisonville.

S/A Reed testified that Darren told Reed that Darren was traveling to Madisonville “to take over the courthouse and make citizens’ arrests of judges and other government officials.” (Link)

S/A Reed said Darren told him that Darren “wanted to help Walter Fitzpatrick, a military retiree who was arrested after he tried to put the local grand jury foreman [Gary Pettway] under citizens’ arrest.”

Darren assured S/A Reed there was going to be no violence. But the FBI followed Darren the next morning, holding him under surveillance.

S/A Reed said Darren wasn’t arrested the night of 19 April 2010 because, as Reed testified, “no crime had been committed.” According to Reed, Darren said, “[I] and others would not resort to violence unless they were provoked. Darren also told S/A Chuck Reed “if there’s a problem, would you call me? Don’t kick in my door at four in the morning. Just call me.”

The Prosecution: Friday, 21 October 2011

Tenth Judicial District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb testified Friday morning. Bebb said he coordinated around 100 LEOs in Madisonville on 20 April 2010 to deter what Bebb described as “extremists.” Bebb had sniper teams in windows and on roofs. Bebb said “it was the tensest day we ever had…there were a lot of people I didn’t know carrying guns…I saw one man loading a gun in the parking lot near the jail.” (Link)

Bebb testified “The citizen’s arrest warrant that Huff and others were there to support stemmed from the Monroe County grand jury’s refusal to allow Fitzpatrick, a military retiree and government critic, to pursue treason charges against local judges, and other officials” and resident Obama. (Link)

District Attorney Steve Bebb testified that he was the top operations law enforcement officer in Madisonville coordinating about 100 officers. (Link)

Accounts from eyewitnesses report that Bebb’s battalion included S.W.A.T. teams from Monroe County and six nearby counties. LEOs were called in from 100 miles around in every direction. On cross-examination, G. Scott Green, Darren’s appointed defense attorney, asked Bebb about film or photo coverage of the days events in the city of Madisonville. Bebb responded that there was none.

Green shot back: “I can’t fathom how something this monumental—and you’re telling me they didn’t have a single camera there! I submit to you there was nothing to see.” (Link)

I’m told Jim Stutts and Gregg Breeden also testified for the prosecution. Jim Stutts works under Robert Steven Bebb as an assistant district attorney in the Tennessee’s 10th Judicial District. Breeden is the grossly overweight police chief in Madisonville. I have no more details about when or what they testified about.

Prosecutors Jeff Theodore and William Mackie elicited testimony from prosecution witnesses that Darren possessed an “anti-aircraft” gun, and that Darren was a “racist.” Theodore and Mackie called Darren other names. (Link)

The prosecution rested on Friday morning, 21 October 2011.

The Defense: Friday, 21 October 2011

John Bigham testified. I can find no press coverage of Mr. Bigham’s testimony. John was a member of the Georgia militia with Darren. Bigham was not part of the group in Madisonville on 20 April 2010. 

Carl Swenson testified. I can find no press coverage of Mr. Swensson’s testimony.  Carl traveled to Madisonville from Georgia driving his own car. Carl saw Darren get pulled over in Sweetwater. Carl then positioned himself to film the felony stop from a distance.

Jim Renn testified: Jim rode with Carl Swensson. Messrs. Swensson and Renn arrived in Madisonville with Darren.

Cindy Huff testified: Darren’s wife. I find no press coverage of Cindy’s testimony.

Michael William DeSilva testified: Michael was Darren’s passenger on the trip to Madisonville. I don’t find reports of Michael’s testimony in any press account.  

Darren Huff testified. Darren vehemently denies he ever claimed a “takeover” of anything.

About FBI S/A Chuck Reed’s interview with Darren the night before Darren’s trip to Madisonville, Darren said, “I told Reed I ‘intended to go armed with a .45 on my side and an AK-47.’” Darren added “I never made a statement about taking over the courthouse, the city, the state, nothing. I never said anything about taking anything over.”

Darren gave his cell phone number to S/A Reed. Darren asked Reed to call Darren if there were any problems.

Darren even asked for permission to travel to Madisonville legally armed. The FBI tacitly agreed it was okay for Darren to make the trip.

Darren told S/A Reed, “If there’s a problem, would you call me? Don’t kick in my door at four in the morning. Just call me.” Darren told Reed that “he would call the whole thing off if there was a problem.” (Link)

That call never came! (Link)

Darren told the court he and about 15 others traveled (independently) to Madisonville in support of Walter Fitzpatrick who had a hearing that day. (Link)

Darren said “We were going up to protest” the massive government corruption which The Chattanooga Times Free Press is finally reporting now, two years later. 

In August 2012, an investigation was launched by the Tennessee Attorney General, State Comptroller, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation into allegations of jury-influencing, professional misconduct and misallocation of taxpayer funds on the part of R. Steven Bebb and others under his supervision as well as members of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, at least two of whom testified at Darren Huff’s trial.  (See additional information below)

It was reported to the jury that Darren locked up his handgun with his rifle while stopped in Sweetwater, 14 miles away from Madisonville. Darren said he kept his handgun and rifle locked in the truck bed toolbox for the remainder of that day (20 April).

“Huff told jurors he kept his handgun and assault rifle locked in a toolbox on his truck that day and took no action to seize the courthouse or the town. He noted he was in the midst of a campaign to recruit East Tennessee sheriffs to the cause of combating corruption in Madisonville when, 10 days after his…trip [to Madisonville], he was arrested on the federal charges…” (Link)

Darren told jurors he was looking for East Tennessee sheriffs to take action against the corruption in Monroe County when the FBI arrested him.

During his testimony Darren broke down, saying, “This is the most humiliating thing I have ever been through. My government has called me a potential domestic enemy.”

The defense rested.

Darren’s defense counsel ran through six witnesses in less than one day.

I was waiting to testify, but was not called, as defense attorney G. Scott Green talked Darren out of using me as a witness.

I was in federal custody and in the building wearing my jail “stripes.”  Green was concerned about how Darren’s jury would react to my appearance, and I had been denied access to basic hygiene while incarcerated in the Monroe County jail.

Green made no effort with the feds to allow me to wear civilian clothing and appear in court unshackled.

During trial prosecutors insisted Darren and his “fellow supports were outgunned and outmanned by a slew of law enforcers and the plot, therefore thwarted. His intent, they insisted, is what was at issue in the case.

State and federal LEOs said “Huff and several others ‘were in the possession of openly displayed and concealed firearms’ outside a court building and some appeared to be conducting surveillance on officers.” (Link)

According to an FBI affidavit attributed to FBI agent Mark Van Balen, Huff claimed he and others were going to Madisonville to help carry out citizen’s arrests of 24 federal, state and local officials named in the so-called warrants signed by Fitzpatrick.”

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations

Federal U.S. Attorney William C. Killian says in separate writings that the FBI was the lead investigative agency. (Link #1) (Link #2) (Link #3)

CLOSING ARGUMENTS (Friday, 21 October 2011)

In closing arguments, federal prosecutors described the peaceful assembly as “a frightening standoff between law enforcement and an armed man who vowed to take over [the Courthouse].” (Link)

Attorney Mackie said, “This is a well-established statute that just hasn’t been used that much but fits the circumstances of the events that happened in Madisonville that day.”

Mackie was talking about carrying a firearm in interstate commerce with the intent to use it in a civil disorder (citizens’ arrest) if he has to arrest these people and take over the town. Everybody took it serious because it was serious, and that is a crime.”

Mackie told jurors in his close, “There was a very real and immediate danger of acts of violence. [Darren’s] stated intent was to use (guns ferried across state lines) if he has to arrest these people and take over the town.” Mackie said, “Everybody took it serious because he was serious, and that is a crime.” (Link)

Mackie pleaded with jurors “to consider what could have happened if law enforcement had not had such a show of presence in the town to discourage action by Huff and his militia friends.”

Attorney Theodore said in summary remarks, “It is because of [Darren’s] actions. There are so many people who have extreme political beliefs. It is what he did on April 20 and what his intent was on April 20.”

Theodore said, “The fact [Darren] backed off because they [Darren’s alleged militia team mates] didn’t have the numbers is not a defense.”

JURY DELIBERATIONS

Friday, the 21st, Monday the 24th, and Tuesday the 25th of October 2011

The jury received the case late Friday afternoon, then adjourned for the day.

Jury deliberations began on Monday, 24 October 2011. They came back at the end of the day reporting to Judge Varlan they were deadlocked.

Refusing the jury’s position, Varlan called them back to work on Tuesday.  (Link)

It took one hour on Tuesday morning for the jury to come back with a finding of “guilty” on Charge 1, and “not guilty” on Charge 2.

SENTENCING

15 May 2012 

Scott Johnson, the FBI case agent, said of Darren that “he thought he was going to ride in from out of town with the guns on his hip and right all the injustices.”

Daniel Dockery is reported to me to have testified against Darren in the sentencing phase of the trial. Dockery was a detective in the Madisonville Police Department.

The jury deliberated about 8 hours on Monday. They came to Judge Varlan deadlocked. Varlan sent ‘em back to the jury room. On Tuesday morning 25 October 2011 they came in with a verdict.

WILLIAM KILLIAN’S – FBI POST-COVICTION STATEMENTS

U.S. Attorney for Tennessee’s Eastern District released this statement on Tuesday, 15 May 2012,

“Militia Extremist Sentenced to Four Years in Prison

for Take Over Plot 

“This sentence will send a strong message to those who attempt to take the law into their own hands. Under our federal Constitution and statutes Mr. Huff and others like him can talk or write about their anti-government views. They cannot arm themselves and make threats to arrest public officials and take over government buildings.” (Link #1) (Link #2)

A week later on Tuesday, 22 May 2012, the FBI launched this Podcast and Radio press release,

“Militia Extremist Sentenced

Mollie Halpern: The FBI prevents a group of militia extremists from taking the law into their own hands.

I’m Mollie Halpern of the FBI, and this is Gotcha. 

Darren Huff, of Georgia, and his followers wanted to indict President Barack Obama and many other federal, state, and local officials for treason. When a Tennessee County grand jury refused them, they wrote up their own bogus arrest warrants. Case Agent Scott Johnson, of the Knoxville FBI Division, says Huff armed himself with a handgun, an AK-47, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and headed for the courthouse.

Scott Johnson: He thought he was going to ride in from out of town with the guns on his hips and right all the injustices.

Halpern: When Huff and others arrived, they found the FBI and its law enforcement partners waiting for them. Huff was sentenced to four years in prison for transporting firearms across state lines with the intent to cause a civil disorder. It was the first time this violation was successfully prosecuted.

Johnson: This case is monumental to the FBI because it will set precedent for case law in future domestic terrorism cases throughout the United States.

Halpern: This has been the FBI’s closed case of the week.

(Link)

THE “P.J. FOGGY” FACTOR: WHERE DO THE WORDS “TAKE OVER” COME FROM?

Not brought up in Darren’s trial by either side is the self-proclamation of William Littell Bryan, Jr., also known as “P.J. Foggy.”

Bryan is a well-known Obama operative. Working with his associates, Bryan has “engaged in an aggressive campaign to disrupt any and all attempts to pursue legal challenges to Obama’s eligibility, while seeding to ridicule in vile and abusive terms those who dare advance or support publicly such legal efforts.” (Link)

In a 16 June 2011 article, 14 months after 20 April 2010, these two Bryan Internet postings were captured and publicly printed:

“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops for Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over Monroe County.” (Link)

“We’re the ones who got more than 100 cops ready for Cdr. Walt Fitzpatrick when he showed up on April 20 with a group of armed men who thought they’d take over the Monroe County courthouse.” (Link)

Bryan and his criminal cohorts advertised that they had incited the federal and state LEO response we all experienced on 20 April 2010.

Bryan does not itemize the names of those people implied in the use of the personal pronoun “we.”

The dates of these two postings are not known.

THE ROLE OF PRESS IN CONSPIRATORIAL COOPERATION! WITH THE CORRUPT LAW ENFORCEMENT!

We’ve all been played!

Law enforcement officials served up to the liberal left media a story they couldn’t refuse.

 

Birthers Plan Armed Takeover of Courthouse!

 

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, TIME magazine’s Managing Editor Richard Stengel, TIME’s Washington Bureau Chief Michael Duffy and Pulitzer Prize winning investigative correspondent Barton Gellman, Jim Matheny of  NBC’s Knoxville affiliate –WBIR, Pam Sohn of the Chattanooga Times Free Press, Jamie Satterfield, Lance Coleman and Tom Humphrey, from the Knoxville News Sentinel, Bill Poovey and Lucas L. Johnson, II from the AP, Michael Thomason and Tommy Milsaps from the Monroe County Democrat & Advocate, and cowardly staff reporters ashamed to print their names lapped it up like kittens splashing in warm milk.

Then there’s J.J. McNabb, the self-descried expert on “Sovereign Citizens,” and right-wing extremists and militiamen. (Link)

But none of these charlatans ever checked for facts!

Law enforcement officials represented to press lackeys they were acting on actionable intelligence that a “domestic terrorist” episode was in planning and under way when they interdicted to save the day.

Press chuckleheads just bought the spoon-fed and ridiculous notion that the feds and their “law enforcement partners” prevented a gun battle bloodbath from erupting in the streets of Madisonville, Tennessee!

NONSENSE!

But this is the premise reporters of the day swallowed, worm and all.

WBIR-TV reporter Jim Matheny had a cameraman on the ground in Madisonville that day. There was nothing in the news that night or in the papers the next day about any “takeover” attempt.

In Madisonville, it had been a very quiet and peaceful day.

In the immediate aftermath, Rachael Maddow interviewed retired BATFE S/A James Cavanaugh. (Link)

Cavanaugh is in other places known as “WACO Jim,” a reported perjurer in testimony he gave regarding his participation in the Branch Dividian tragedy in Waco, Texas. (Link)

(Sidebar: The federal siege of the Waco compound began on 28 February 1993. It came to a violent end 51 days later on 19 April. “WACO Jim” Cavanaugh played a central role.)

Cavanaugh is a “go-to guy” for the press anytime they want to build a molehill into a mountain regarding “extremists,” or “Sovereign Citizens.”

In October 2010, Barton Gellman jumped on the bandwagon in his “special investigation” TIME MAGAZINE cover report “Locked & Loaded: The secret world of extreme militias.” Mr. Gellman names both Darren Huff and me as objects of his derision and defamation. (Link)

Links to the fictional reports from the others are spread throughout this work.

THE SOVEREIGN CITIZEN CAMPAIGN (Link #1)

The FBI declares Darren Huff, myself, and everyone who drove to Madisonville to support me and fight against government corruption on 20 April 2010 as “Sovereign Citizens:” A code phrase meaning “domestic terrorist.”

OBAMA’s Justice Department/FBI describes these folks as “armed domestic terrorists–SOVEREIGN CITIZENS–No one, I say say again, NO ONE was carrying a gun!

CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS (CTFP) EXPOSÉ

More has come to public attention since the winter of 2009 and spring of 2010.

Beginning on Sunday, 12 August 2012, a regional mainstream newspaper in eastern Tennessee, The Chattanooga Times Free Press, launched a scathing series of articles laying out massive corruption in Tennessee’s 10th Judicial District, which includes Monroe County and the town of Madisonville.

The print narrative ran for six days, front page above the fold, from 12 to 17 August this year. Those reports spawned two editorials and three side stories. Editors allocated approximately 1,844 column inches in newsprint. Taken together with articles published exclusively online, the reportage became a narrative of book length.

Links to the articles are supplied below for ease of reference.

Described in this extraordinary writing is an institutionalized and industrial culture of corruption that is predatory and cannibalistic which Darren Huff and I recognized back in April 2010 and about which average citizens tried to take action.

Government in the 10th District is eating its own citizenry.

The 10th Judicial District comprises four counties: Bradley, McMinn, Monroe and Polk. R. Steve Bebb, the 10th District’s attorney general, is a point target of the Times Free Press exposé.

A partial list of the scoundrels named in the CTFP work includes:

  • Lieutenant Mike Hall – former supervisor to the 10th Judicial District’s Drug and Violent Crime Task Force (DTF). Hall skedaddled in August 2010. (Link)
  •  Lieutenant Donald Williams – former #2 under Hall in the DTF. Williams was promoted to supervisor upon Hall’s escape. Williams holds the DTF top position as of this writing and testified at Darren Huff’s trial.
  • Bill Bivens – Monroe County Sheriff (MCSO) since 2006. Up for reelection in 2014. (Link)
  • Pat Henry – former detective captain under Bill Bivens in the MCSO.

Many law enforcement officers named in the CTFP diatribe are variously accused of ripoffs, shakedowns, courtroom perjury, misspending of taxpayer dollars, tampering and withholding evidence, jury tampering, violating Citizens’ civil rights, and manipulating the justice system.

These ingredients were all baked into Darren Huff’s charade trial.

The former McMinn County grand jury foreman, Joel Riley, working with 10th District ADA Paul D. Rush, are publicly accused of jury tampering in 2010.  Riley and Rush were illicitly attempting to influence the McMinn County grand jury at the same time Gary Pettway was discovered illegally heading the Monroe County grand jury with sidekick, ADA Jim Stutts.

Stutts and Rush both work under R. Steve Bebb, who testified at Darren Huff’s trial.

Bebb is further accused of patronage hires and firings.

MY RANT!

Statements Donald Williams attributed to Darren are uncorroborated and unsubstantial.

The United States relied heavily on the theory that Darren planned to join a group of people who were carrying guns intending some type or kind of “civil disorder.”

The case regarding Darren’s “intent” is based solely upon statements made by two bankers and government officials. And those statements are undone by what Darren actually did.

What Bebb left out is this: The Monroe County dungeon is across the street from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. So what Bebb said to Darren’s jury is that there were a lot of people I didn’t know carrying guns—all of ‘em cops amongst the 100 cops Bebb was “coordinating,” that day, and that Bebb saw one man in a parking lot next to the Sheriff’s Office loading a gun…most likely a Sheriff’s deputy.

S/A Reed’s statement is uncorroborated!

Now this is the scenario law enforcement officials want the outside world to believe.  

Van Balen swore in his statement that Darren plus “more than a dozen other individuals” were observed outside a Courthouse in Madison “with openly displayed and concealed firearms.” Other LEOs in Madisonville that day reported that “several others” (no number specified) were in the possession of openly displayed and concealed firearms.”

But no one tells us who were carrying guns.

No civilians are known to have been carrying weapons that Tuesday. No one!

Van Balen failed to tell his readers that only LEOs were carrying guns in Madisonville on 20 April 2012.

Consider this as well: No one fact-checked Van Balen’s written sworn statement at that time or since!

Van Balen’s sworn statement was uncorroborated the day he signed it and goes uncorroborated to this moment.

THE TRUTH OF THINGS!

Lying LEOs give up the game.

Trooper Wilson about how and why he pulled Darren over in Sweetwater.

The two top dogs on the Drug Task Force, Mike Hall and Don Williams, both lied. Hall left the Drug Task force under suspicion of being a “pill-billy,” that is, using drugs himself. The CTFP accuses Hall of a great deal more. (Link)

District Attorney Bebb and FBI S/A Van Balen stood together in a command post on 20 April 2010.

Implying it was folks in my support group, Bebb said he saw people he didn’t know carrying guns. Bebb said he spotted one person loading a gun.

Pointing to people in that same group, Van Balen said he had personal knowledge that over a dozen people were carrying guns in plain sight or concealed.

Both men lied.

The only people carrying weapons that day were cops. They carried badges and they carried guns. A lot of guns!

No one—I say again!—No one who drove to support me in Madisonville was carrying a gun on his or her person.

Tennessee State troopers told Darren during the I-75 felony stop he’d be arrested if he decided to proceed into Madisonville (14 miles distant) openly carrying his sidearm.

So Darren locked the gun in his truck bed toolbox. (Link)

No one was arrested.

No LEOs stopped a single person for questioning, as Darren was stopped off the road in Sweetwater some 14 miles distant.

Drug Task Force honcho Don Williams testified in court that no arrests were made in Madisonville, fearing an arrest would spark a running gunfight. (Link)

NONSENSE!        

The local NBC TV affiliate, WBIR, had a cameraman on the ground in Madisonville and captured footage of people peacefully assembled.

FBI pole camera film footage shows the same thing. That footage betrays people who testified against Darren, people who lied, so it’s not been released to the public.

Days after the peaceful assembly in Madisonville, the FBI fanned throughout Tennessee and Georgia to interview people who were in Madisonville on 20 April 2010. It’s suspected LEOs took down vehicle license plate numbers facilitating the FBI showing up at people’s front doors in the next week.

No one the FBI interviewed came up as having carried a gun to Madisonville on April 20th. No one turned out to be a militia member. No one showed any evidence of being anything but a solid U.S. Citizen in good standing.

We’d know the name(s) today of any civilian who was carrying a gun in Madisonville. They would’ve been approached, questioned and made part of an official report.

Didn’t happen!

FBI Special Agent Mike Harrell called me at home on 9 March 2011 to set up an interview with me the next day. I volunteered to come into the Knoxville, Tennessee FBI complex.

Tennessee Highway Patrolman (Senior Trooper) J.C. Parrott and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation S/A Andy Corbitt joined with Special Agent Harrell for the 10 March 2011 interview.  The three were members of the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.

These three knuckleheads targeted me as a “domestic terrorist.”

Contrariwise, the FBI never approached William “P.J. Foggy,” also known as William Given.

The boastings and self-admitted role William “P.J. Foggy” Bryan were reported to FBI S/A Roxanne West (28 June 2011), and Reanna Day (6 December 2011).

The FBI didn’t follow up.

To this day we do not know if there’s a connection between the Chase bankers and “P.J. Foggy,” all three people attributed as saying there was a “take over plot” of Madisonville being hatched in the days leading up to 20 April 2010.

Two folks in Georgia, one buffoon in North Carolina using the same phrase “take over,” and the FBI doesn’t see the need to investigate a possible connection?

WOW!

The major point here is that there was NO plot. Darren never spoke the words “take over,” and the people who said he did are liars!

I talked about Gregg Breeden’s interview of banker Erica Dupree above.

What’s that about?

Recall Gregg “jabba-the-hut” Breeden is the Madisonville police chief.  He and Dupree were both witnesses against Darren, not allowed to talk with each other.

Breeden did not play any investigative role in Darren’s case. So what’s he doing interviewing Dupree?

Today there is an outcry demanding folks in the 10th Judicial District “Give Bebb the Boot” regarding the operation of Bebb’s fantastical criminal machine. (Link)

DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN!

Once Darren became aware of massive government corruption in Monroe County, Tennessee he took a stand against it.

Darren didn’t know that due to statements he had made (some corroborated, some not) the Federal Bureau of Investigation would use and manipulate him as one of many props in a government disinformation operation that would make guys like Hitler and Stalin proud.

Certainly it does OBAMA proud!

The successful mission of the FBI’s DISOP was to make and take America’s first “Minority Report Thought Crime” law operational.

Today Obama’s anointed U.S. Attorney William C. Killian is bragging about how the Obama Justice Department is going to do it again and keep doing it until they’re stopped. (Link #1) (Link #2) (Link #3)

CRIMINALIZING LAWFUL ACTS

Obama’s Justice Department (FBI) unilaterally rendered Tennessee statutes regarding Citizens’ arrest null and void, thereby denying U.S. Citizens their right to make use of it!

More than that: Obama and his team transformed the laws of Citizen’s arrest into the violent criminal acts of riot, aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping.

Obama, on his own initiative and outside the legislative and rule-making process, created a new way of making and enforcing federal and state statutes, not constitutionally recognized, which violates current laws and rules governing Citizen’s arrest.

Obama and his criminal assistants prevailed in these activities to include the wrongful prosecution of Darren Huff by deliberately misrepresenting material facts upon which Darren’s case relied.

Memo to U. S. Attorney William C. Killian and his two nefarious assistants, Theodore and Mackie: Citizen’s arrests are legal in the United States. (Link)

In Tennessee, the laws regarding Citizen’s arrest are considered some of the strongest in the nation.

Anything Darren did in furtherance of a lawful act is lawful.

See Tennessee Code Annotated (state statutes) applying to Citizen’s arrest that is available online:

  • 40-7-101: An arrest may be made by a private person,
  • 40-7-103: Grounds for arrest without Warrant,
  • 40-7-109: A private person may arrest another for a public offense committed in the arresting person’s presence, or when the person arrested has committed a felony (although not in the arresting person’s presence), or when a felony has been committed and the arresting person has reasonable cause to believe that the arrested person committed the felony,
  • 40-7-110: A private person may make an arrest for a felony at any time,
  • 40-7-111: Notice of grounds in support of arrest by a private person of another,
  • 40-7-112: Notice of intention to make an arrest – If the person to be arrested has committed a felony, and a private person, after notice of the person’s intent to make the arrest is refused admittance, the arresting person may break open an outer or inner door or window of a dwelling house to make the arrest,
  • 40-7-113: A private person who has arrested another for a public offense shall, without unnecessary delay…deliver the arrested person to an officer.

Specific felony criminal acts, for example, supporting a Citizens’ arrest include:

  • 39-16-402: Official misconduct, and,
  • 39-16-403: Official oppression.

Darren and others knew two years ago what Judy Walton at The Chattanooga Times Free Press is reporting today.

To make Darren’s prosecution possible, the test and criterion which the assistant U.S. attorneys Theodore and Mackie applied in Darren’s case is that Citizen’s arrests in Tennessee State are unlawful.

Judges Guyton and Varlan played right along.

So did G. Scott Green, Darren’s appointed defense attorney. It was Judge Guyton who appointed Green.

Now…how was Darren’s intent manifested? Where did it come from? Well, policemen put words in his mouth. Words Darren did not speak!

The Carl Swensson videos were not shown to the jury. 

CONCLUSION

Of primary concern is to see to the immediate release of Mr. Darren Huff from federal prison.

This acts as a criminal complaint

A third purpose is to directly connect the explosive government corruption that began to come into public view back in the fall of 2009 to reports just five weeks ago in a local, regional newspaper, The Chattanooga Times Free Press (CTFP). It needs to be brought to public attention how concerned citizen watchdogs were handled and treated compared to how the identical reports of government’s criminal industry are being viewed today.

Another purpose is to revisit the events of 2009-2010 in the context of the CTFP book-length exposé, as it appears the managers and editors of that paper aren’t likely to do so on their own without this encouragement.

Then there is a need to teach the object lesson regarding the dictatorial oppression and totalitarian actions being visited on us all by high and low government as it functions under OBAMA’s criminal industry.

Sharon Rondeau and J.B. Williams have been reporting on the events in East Tennessee from the beginning of this nightmare.

Sharon is the owner and editor of The Post & Email.

J.B. Williams is a freelance writer and co-founder of The U.S. Patriots Union. with Sergeant of Marines Timothy Joseph Harrington.

Articles Sharon and J.B. wrote are linked in this work. Others are easy to find online.

I and others, to include The Post & Email Editor, Sharon Rondeau, are the object of death threats.



Worthy of attention is that the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department is enjoying and nurturing the masquerade that defames Editor Rondeau and myself as “cult” members, “radicals,” and “eccentrics.”


Death threats can be connected not only to Mr. Bryan, but also collectively to deputies in the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. (Link)

This report is meant to expose those responsible for locking Darren up as having carried out a tremendously successful disinformation operation (DISOP) to protect themselves, working as criminals with their criminal assistants in a massive governmental criminal industry, from We the People exercising our power of Citizen vigilance and oversight and from We the People exercising our Power of Presentment as we find these powers in our state and federal Constitutions.

The narrative discussed herein is intended to be taken up by anyone in the country to present to either a federal or state Grand Jury as they find appropriate.

Darren had become aware of massive government corruption in Monroe County, Tennessee, of which Madisonville is the county seat.

Of primary concern is to see to the immediate release of Mr. Darren Huff from federal prison.

REFERENCE LINKS:

From the Post & Email (follow prompts to free subscriber option at the bottom of the page to access):http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/08/30/breaking-three-witnesses-at-trial-of-darren-huff-under-cloud-of-suspicion-in-state-corruption-probe/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/08/19/what-really-happened-on-april-20-2010-in-madisonville-tn/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/08/19/what-really-happened-on-april-20-2010-in-madisonville-tn/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/07/14/darren-huff-moved-to-federal-prison-in-texas/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/05/15/breaking-darren-huff-sentenced-to-four-years-in-prison-plus-two-years-probation/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/05/11/inside-the-fbitbi-sovereign-citizen-training-program/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/05/09/fitzpatrick-this-is-obamas-america/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/05/08/exclusive-training-program-naming-darren-huff-a-sovereign-citizen-issued-to-law-enforcement-prior-to-trial 

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/04/30/bombshell-national-law-enforcement-training-materials-show-fitzpatrick-huff-as-sovereign-citizens/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/04/23/are-monroe-county-and-the-feds-trying-to-cover-up-a-huge-blunder/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/04/19/what-really-happened-on-april-20-2010-in-monroe-county-tn/

http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/06/15/fitzpatrick-monroe-county-sheriffs-department-guilty-of-defamation-o

http://www.thepostemail.com/2012/03/29/obamas-militia/

From J.B. Williams and Sergeant of Marines Timothy Joseph Harrington:

https://thejaghunter.wordpress.com/2010/08/01/j-b-williams-on-the-murder-of-jim-miller/

http://www.conservativecrusader.com/articles/monroe-county-tennessee-lt-commander-walter-fitzpatrick-iii-arrested-for-trying-to-expose-government-corruption

http://www.newswithviews.com/JBWilliams/williams195.htm

Is Obama Guilty of Treason? – Jun 10, 2009
 

Why Commander Fitzpatrick Is NOT Guilty of Mutiny! – Jun 13, 2009
 

Why the Founding Fathers Were “Birthers” – Aug 1, 2009
 

Tennessee Grand Jury Joins DOJ in Obstructing Justice – Sep 9, 2009
 

The Theory is Now a Conspiracy And Facts Don’t Lie – Sep 10, 2009


The Theory is Now a Conspiracy—II – Sep 15, 2009
 

DNC Failed to Certify Obama as Eligible in MOST States! – Sep 25, 2009

How Crazy are those “Birthers?” – Oct 15, 2009
 

Obama Treason Charges Advance In Tennessee Grand Jury – Nov 28, 2009


Monroe County Grand Jury Still Sitting on Treason Case – Dec 16, 2009

http://www.patriotsunion.org/

From the Chattanooga Times Free Press:

http://www.timesfreepress.com/staff/judy-walton/stories/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/17/drug-agents-brought-millions/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/16/pharmacist-says-traffic-stop-was-drug-task-force-r/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/16/questions-swirled-around-drug-chief/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/15/some-da-practices-run-afoul-state-rules/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/15/100000-travel-tops-dtf-spending/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/14/fired-officers-seek-justice/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jul/20/monroe-county-judge-tosses-murder-charges-based-di/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/12/records-show-history-impropriety-10th-judicial-dis/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/12/litany-cases/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/13/most-officers-trouble-werent-charged-despite-evide/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/12/truth-rights-suffer-10th-district-defense-attorney/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jul/21/murder-charges-dismissed-john-edward-dawson/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/17/lawmakers-eye-stricter-oversight/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/sep/08/attorney-general-will-decide-tbi-case-tennessee/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/29/summers-will-lead-10th-district/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/12/gerber-we-do-it-because-no-one-else-will/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/26/tennessee-lawmakers-want-10th-judicial-district/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/13/some-are-held-account-many-go-free-case-files-show/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jun/21/bradley-county-judge-reprimanded-sheridan-randolph/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/sep/09/chattanooga-family-seeks-justice-for-slain-man/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/19/give-bebb-boot/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/15/when-justice-tainted-chattanooga-tennessee/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jul/12/board-criticizes-prosecutor-in-slaying-cleveland/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jul/20/monroe-county-judge-tosses-murder-charges-based-di/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jan/26/cleveland-sued-by-fired-detective/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/jan/25/former-officer-wont-face-drug-charges/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/11/decade-of-records-documents-cleveland-police/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/08/mothers-complaint-to-police-in-cleveland-didnt/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/07/testimony-supports-reporting-of-lawsuit-against/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/06/transcript-cleveland-chief-knew-drug-sex-rumors/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/03/cleveland-police-department-chief-says-we-had-no-p/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/02/memo-warned-cleveland-officers-about-dating-minors/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/02/cleveland-police-again-defend-teen-sex-inquiry/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/01/cleveland-assistant-chief-says-nothing-rumors-unti/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/dec/01/cleveland-police-chief-calls-story-grossly/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/nov/30/cleveland-police-chief-disputes-newspaper-story/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/sep/01/monroe-county-man-convicted-of-assault-in/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/aug/14/081412a01-district-attorney-now-under-fire-was/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/may/15/man-sentenced-attempted-monroe-courthouse-takeover/

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/oct/22/courthouse-takeover-defendant-is-tearful/?print

http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2011/oct/19/courthouse-takeover-trial-starts-knoxville/

From The Knoxville News Sentinel:

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2011/aug/02/birther-cites-constitution-in-bid-for-new-lawyer/

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2010/sep/23/ga-militia-man-claims-rights-infringed-upon/?print=1

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2011/oct/20/authorities-feared-gunfight-if-they-tried-to/

http://blogs.knoxnews.com/humphrey/2011/10/defendant-in-courthouse-takeov.html

TIME magazine:

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2022636,00.html

WBIR TV

http://www.wbir.com/pdf/05042010_huff_arrest.pdf

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations

WATE TV

http://www.wate.com/story/15730783/sheriff-testifies-at-monroe-county-courthouse-takeover-trial?clienttype=printable

http://www.wate.com/story/15730783/sheriff-testifies-at-monroe-county-courthouse-takeover-trial

WorldNetDaily:

http://www.wnd.com/2010/10/221133/print/

YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ty_evGZVt-E

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgJCAkrbB7o

J.J. MacNab – Death and taxes:

http://www.deathandtaxes.com/?page_id=2

From other sources:

http://www.king5.com/news/cities/seattle/downtown-Seattle-shooting-Friday-170724026.html

http://beforeitsnews.com/obama-birthplace-controversy/2011/08/obama-birth-certificate-fraudster-pj-foggy-has-a-possible-alias-916759.html

http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com/2011/03/questions-on-gunwalker-scandal-continue.html

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/oct/25/ga-man-convicted-plot-seize-courthouse-oust-obama/

http://dallas-hiram.patch.com/listings/chase-bank-302

https://thejaghunter.wordpress.com/2010/04/22/mom-why-are-we-standing-out-here-in-a-parking-lot-in-the-rain/

FBI Special Agent Mark A. Van Balen’s sworn affidavit and federal Justice Department:

CLICK HERE: 26 APRIL 2010 FBI Special Agent MARK A. VAN BALEN’s  SWORN AFFIDAVIT with interlineations

http://nativeborncitizen.wordpress.com/2010/05/08/darren-huff-criminal-complaint-affidavit/ (SCRUBBED!)

http://www.fbi.gov/news/podcasts/gotcha/militia-extremist-sentenced.mp3/view

http://www.fbi.gov/knoxville/press-releases/2012/militia-extremist-sentenced-to-four-years-in-prison-for-take-over-plot

http://www.justice.gov/usao/tne/news/2012/May/051512%20Huff%20Sentencing.html

http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/law-enforcement-bulletin/september-2011/sovereign-citizens

Tennessee’s 10tth Judicial District:

http://10thdtf.com/

Court records available online:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/72156515/U-S-A-v-DARREN-HUFF-ED-TN-175-MOTION-for-New-Trial-Or-MOTION-For-Judgment-Of-Acquittal-by-Darren-Wesley-Huff-Gov-uscourts-tned-57618-175-0

http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/229583-darren-wesley-huffs-motion-to-fire-his-court.html

Government sites:

http://www.paulding.gov/

http://www.monroetnsheriff.com/index.php

http://www.justice.gov/usao/tne/meetattorney.html