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“In February 2014, Cunningham threatened a 20-year Navy veteran, Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), with arrest when he attempted to bring evidence of local corruption to the grand jury for its review as is permitted by Tennessee law. Fitzpatrick’s subsequent request for a restraining order against Cunningham was denied by Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood, who had sentenced Fitzpatrick to jail on December 1, 2010 in Monroe County.”

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TREASON in Tennessee: Update

Monday, 16 May 2011

Citizens of Tennessee: Help Is On The Way

OUTSIDE ORGANIZATION HAS AGREED TO HELP CITIZENS RESTORE CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

by Sharon Rondeau (link)

“The group is well-connected nationally with individuals and entities specializing in the areas of law enforcement, voter fraud, prosecuting treason against the U.S. Constitution, restoring the nation’s wealth back to the people who have earned it, and teaching others how to bring about change in order to force public officials to adhere to their oaths of office.

Click on the Monroe County Tennessee footprint above for The Post & Email Managing Editor Sharon Rondeau’s full report


by Post & Email Managing Editor Sharon Rondeau (link)

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Have the Perpetrators of Jim Miller’s Murder Been Identified?

“HILTON says to his jail audience that Mr. Miller was killed because of what Mr. Miller knew regarding the obscenely corrupt Monroe County government. HILTON reported that Mr. Miller’s specific information about incumbent Sheriff Bill Bivins (taken together with additional information regarding the massive corruption within the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department)—in days prior to the 2010 County Sheriff’s election—was particularly dangerous to local office holders and other Monroe County officials.”

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“At issue is whether or not Blackwood was compromised for in the past having appointed a foreman to the grand jury in Roane County, where Blackwood had presided prior to his formal retirement in 2004. There is no provision in Tennessee state law for a judge to make such an appointment, although the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts has admitted that it is done routinely throughout the state, citing the Rules of Criminal Procedure as justification.”

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CEO JUDGE BLACKWOOD ON TENNESSEE’S JUDICIAL BUSINESS MODEL – PRISONERS FOR PROFIT (link)

Q. What are your impressions of how the legal profession has changed in Fayette County during your lifetime (since you were born and raised there)?

 “The legal profession in Fayette County is much more hectic and fast-paced than when I started. The business side of the legal profession plays a more prominent role today.” (link)

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I’m on my way to the FBI office in the Atlanta area to make sure that they are aware of what’s going on here because this needs to be pushed to the federal level for prosecution. These judges need to be arrested. The district attorneys who are doing this need to be arrested, and the court clerk, Martha Cook, needs to be arrested for jury-tampering. They are completely eliminating our Fifth Amendment rights in Tennessee. I am entitled to a fair trial. They took an oath to uphold and defend that very same constitution and the state of Tennessee’s constitution, and they are working in direct defiance of those documents when they do what they’re doing with these juries…

And now they’ve been caught!

Carl’s written report from yesterday:

Just left the office of the FBI after presenting them with all the evidence you provided. The Duty agent, who steadfastly refused to give his name, asked if this information had been given to the TN branch and when I said it had, he said there is no need to duplicate. Gave him a blow by blow of our talk with Jeanne and again, he seemed un concerned as it was in TN. Only when I told him that I am concerned for your safety because they would be coming after you again and you are not the type to go willingly did his ears perk up and he then said “of all the information you gave me, this concerns me the most”.

There is much work to do…

WILL PEOPLE REMAIN PASSIVE AND “SCARED,” OR WILL THEY SEIZE THE DAY?

by Sharon Rondeau

If We the People do not have the benefit of an objective grand jury, the rights guaranteed to us by the Fifth Amendment have been taken away.

Full report…

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A William Davis collage



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…in Tennessee, grand jury foremen are serving numerous consecutive terms, contrary to the law, and that the grand jury, which was included by the Framers of the U.S. Constitution in the Fifth Amendment to “protect against abuse of government authority in a legal procedure” have been overtaken by the government, thus denying defendants their right to a fair trial.  The judges in the Tenth Judicial District in Tennessee have been allowing tainted grand juries, along with foremen hand-picked “from wherever they choose,” to issue indictments against citizens.  One former grand jury foreperson stated that she had served “20 years of total dedication to that position” and that the decision not to reappointed her for another two-year term “was handled in a cold, lowdown & impersonal way.”

More…

Can you hear their silence?

“U.S. Citizens do not have direct access to any federal Grand Jury!  Our federal Grand Juries are held under the total control of the federal government. Demoted to the status of some kind of federal administrative agency. Called to work at the discretion of a U.S. Attorney…Few options remain to use before Citizens are forced to make operative our last appeal.”

More…

 

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by Brandon Gee (bgee@tennessean.com)

“State bar association officials said the revisions weren’t developed in response to any specific abuses in Tennessee, but the rules would address a number of situations that have given rise to questions locally.”