Wednesday, 9 March 2011
Friday, 14 May 2010
Not being reported in the press:
J. Reed Dixon is the judge to the General Sessions Court in Monroe County.
Dixon is the only lower court judge in Monroe County.
On Thursday, 8 October 2009 Dixon refused to issue criminal summons naming Assistant District Attorney James H. Stutts or Gary D. Pettway for their obstruction as we understood the nature of the Stutts-Pettway obstruction on 8 October.
Fast forward to 4 May 2010
J. Reed Dixon is the judge who found probable cause that I’d committed each of four Class “A” misdemeanors:
2. Disorderly conduct.
3. Disturbing a public meeting or procession.
4. Resisting arrest.
Dixon’s probable cause hearing began at 1:00 p.m. (1300 hours local).
J. Reed Dixon is recognized as a person who, by failing to issue criminal summons last October 2009, is blame worthy and stands as one of the proximate causes to the eventual necessity of Citizens’ arrest in April 2010.
Said another way: Dixon’s refusal to issue criminal summons in October 2009 represents one cause of many in what became the necessary and inevitable Citizens’ arrest in April 2010.
Recall that Dixon demurred last October stating 1) The criminal accusations brought before Dixon were not judicible anywhere in Tennessee State (“it’s all federal’), and 2) Jim Stutts and Reed Dixon had once practiced together as partners in the same law firm.
Staff writer Michael Thomason correctly reported that Dixon was challenged regarding Dixon’s conflict of interest during the 4 May 2010 hearing, but gave himself permission to continue with the hearing.
2. Disorderly conduct.
3. Disturbing a public meeting or procession.
4. Resisting arrest.
Again, Reed Dixon accepted the state’s case against me, found probable cause, and sent (moved) the case to the Monroe County Grand Jury #1. (CLICK HERE)
Assistant District Attorney James H. Stutts presented the state’s case during the 4 May 2010 hearing. Stutts called two law enforcement officers to the stand as witnesses. My case is now moved to the Monroe County Grand Jury #1 (sitting on 3 June 2010) to determine whether to move the case to a trial jury.
Dixon’s work is complete.
I went to the Monroe County Courthouse before the General Sessions hearing on 4 May. I pulled the from the bulletin board just outside Marty Cook’s office (Monroe County Circuit Court Clerk) the public announcement naming Gary D. Pettway the Grand Jury foreman for the Thursday, 3 June 2010 assembly.
Cook made copies at my request.
Then I left the County Courthouse and walked to the General Sessions trailer park courtroom (a few blocks away, across the street).
It was publicly announced, and Dixon knew he was assigning my case to the Monroe County Grand Jury #1.Monroe County Grand Jury #1 was sitting with Pettway as foreman on 1 April 2010!
Jury #1 witnessed Gary Pettway Citizens’ arrest!
Pettway’s 3 June 2010 Grand Jury #1 is to decide whether my case goes to a trial jury.
Every person who knows Gary Pettway is barred from sitting in any Jury deciding any issue that involves Gary Pettway.
People sitting in a Grand Jury wherein Pettway is foreman are certainly prohibited.
Everyone sitting in 2010 Monroe County Grand “Jury #1” and “Jury #2” are proscribed from making decisions regarding those four misdemeanor charges leveled against me.
The very special conflict regarding “Jury #1” is in plain view.
Monroe County officials must select a new Grand Jury with a different foreman to properly adjudicate my case.
What’s going to happen instead (I opine) is that it’s full speed ahead going to “Jury #1,” – Gary Pettway foreman.
Reed Dixon is out of the picture
Should Monroe County Grand Jury #1 move the case to the lower criminal court (and won’t that be fun!), a different judge will be sitting on the bench.
Contact information for indecent men not reporting the truth:
Matthew Huffman wrote the hit piece for the Las Vegas Sun.Mr. Michael Campbell is Huffman’s editor boss: 702.259.4070
Mr. Brian Allison is the chief operating officer for the Greenspun Media Group, owner of the Las Vegas Sun: 702.385.3111. Carol Paul is Allison’s executive assistant.
Thursday, 13 May 2010
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).
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.
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.