Sunday, 29 June 2014
A CHRISTIAN CITIZEN, EUGENE WITING’S PREAMBLE
“The Constitution of the United States is dead.
“On June 24 2014 in Judge Kerry Blackwood’s court the Constitutional rights of Commander Walter Fitzpatrick were taken away. His right to present to the Grand jury redress of grievances of massive government corruption was denied.
“Please note that his rights under the Constitution are the same as yours and when Commander Fitzpatrick lost his rights so did you. There will be a federal civil rights trial in the near future over this miscarriage of justice.
“Commander Fitzpatrick was found guilty with hearsay and lies on the part of the prosecutor Mr. Carter [Colonel, U.S. Army Retired] and [banker – attorney] Mr. Jeffry Cunningham. There was and never will be any proof of guilt. Mr. Cunningham denied Commander Fitzpatrick his right ( and yours ) to present to the Grand jury redress of grievances against the judicial side of Government of McMinn County TN. [Cunningham] also broke the law by not recusing himself when he knew what was in the presentment to the grand jury.
“The prosecutor Carter would not even honor Commander Fitzpatrick by calling him Commander. All you Vets beware you may be next if you have the courage of your convictions and keep your oath to our nations military to stand for freedom.
“Note there are more Americans in prison in the United States per capita than any country in the world. Many of which do not deserve to be in prison put there by a rigged grand jury. Some are guilty of “thinking “ about doing something. Now the thought police are on the seen.
“Juries are so important that they can even nulify bad laws. Did you know that? The defense is banned to even bring that up in the court room.
“Shame on the judges, prosecutors and juries!”
NOW, SHARON RONDEAU’S REPORT
- The Post & Email – http://www.thepostemail.com -
First Amendment Dead in Tennessee pb
Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Saturday, June 28, 2014 @ 4:37 PM In National |
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR THE REST OF THE COUNTRY?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 28, 2014) — The same McMinn County, TN grand jury which was prejudiced by its foreman in January issued a presentment in March charging CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) with extortion, harassment, stalking, and aggravated perjury.
On Tuesday, Fitzpatrick was convicted on the counts of extortion and aggravated perjury but acquitted of harassment. Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood, who was ordered to leave the bench in an unrelated case because of questions about his “impartiality,” dismissed the charge of “stalking” prior to the end of the trial.
On numerous occasions since late 2012, Fitzpatrick had attempted to submit evidence of crimes committed to the McMinn County grand jury in an exercise of his First Amendment right to “petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
In Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District, which includes McMinn, Polk, Bradley and Monroe Counties, the grand juries alternate months of service so that the January group skips February and is convened again in March, then in May.
In January, then-grand jury foreman Jeffrey Cunningham had “informed” the grand jury of Fitzpatrick’s “history” after Fitzpatrick attempted to submit evidence of misconduct on the part of public officials to include Cunningham, the criminal court judges, prosecutors, and local law enforcement. Fitzpatrick had asked Cunningham to recuse himself from the matter since he was named in the complaint, in accordance with state law, a point which Fitzpatrick’s attorney, Van Irion, raised during the trial.
One of the grand jurors said she voted to indict Fitzpatrick because she felt “intimidated” by him after what Cunningham had told the group in the grand jury room.
Cunningham refused to remove himself from presenting any of Fitzpatrick’s petitions to the grand jury while he served as foreman, reportedly resigning on March 4 of this year.
In February, Cunningham threatened Fitzpatrick with arrest if he should make another effort to bring a submission to the grand jury.
Blackwood was not impartial in Fitzpatrick’s case, as he had refused Fitzpatrick’s request without a hearing for a subsequent restraining order against Cunningham.
At issue was the hand-selecting of the grand jury foreman by the criminal court judges, a practice dating back decades in Tennessee but which is found nowhere in state code. The Tennessee Rules of Criminal Procedure mandate that the grand jury foreman, while chosen by the judge, “must possess all the qualifications of a juror.” A person chosen without the same vetting process as those selected in accordance with state law may or may not possess those “qualifications.”
The Fifth Amendment in the Bill of Rights is the only place in our founding documents which mentions the grand jury. One legal source notes it as a “protection against abuse of government authority.” When the Constitution was under deliberation, a Bill of Rights was insisted upon by the anti-Federalists, who feared that a central government created by the states would overreach its constraints and usurp power from the people.
Since Cunningham admitted that Fitzpatrick’s claims were accurate during testimony, it is unknown how the conviction on “aggravated perjury” materialized. In Tennessee law, “extortion” signifies an attempt to “coerce” someone to do something.
There must be a unanimous finding of guilt for a conviction. A legal analysis of the provisions of the Sixth Amendment, which includes the right to a trial by a jury of one’s peers, states:
By the time the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights were drafted and ratified, the institution of trial by jury was almost universally revered, so revered that its history had been traced back to Magna Carta. 42 The jury began in the form of a grand or presentment jury with the role of inquest and was started by Frankish conquerors to discover the King’s rights…
The guarantees of jury trial in the Federal and State Constitutions reflect a profound judgment about the way in which law should be enforced and justice administered. A right to jury trial is granted to criminal defendants in order to prevent oppression by the Government. Those who wrote our constitutions knew from history and experience that it was necessary to protect against unfounded criminal charges brought to eliminate enemies and against judges too responsive to the voice of higher authority. The framers of the constitutions strove to create an independent judiciary but insisted upon further protection against arbitrary action. Providing an accused with the right to be tried by a jury of his peers gave him an inestimable safeguard against the corrupt overzealous prosecutor and against the compliant, biased, or eccentric judge. . . . [T]he jury trial provisions . . . reflect a fundamental decision about the exercise of official power–a reluctance to entrust plenary powers over the life and liberty of the citizen to one judge or to a group of judges. Fear of unchecked power . . . found expression in the criminal law in this insistence upon community participation in the determination of guilt or innocence.” 48
With the systemic corruption within the Tennessee courts as reported by The Post & Email over more than four years, it is difficult to know whether or not the jury was “impartial” in Fitzpatrick’s case.
The prosecutor, A. Wayne Carter, said that Fitzpatrick lied in his attempted grand jury submissions, but Cunningham said that Fitzpatrick’s statements were accurate.
Carter retired from the U.S. Army as a “full-bird” colonel and has asked that Fitzpatrick be sentenced as a “career criminal” with enhanced sentencing for attempting to exercise his constitutional rights to petition the grand jury. Carter excoriated Fitzpatrick for wearing his Navy uniform by asking, “How dare he wear his uniform here? How dare he?”
Title 10 U.S.C., Section 772 (c) permits the wearing of a military uniform by retirees. Fitzpatrick served in the Navy for 24 years and was honorably discharged.
In his submission, Fitzpatrick had attempted to inform the grand jury that its then-foreman, Jeffrey Cunningham, was acting outside the law by failing to inform them that he was a court employee hand-selected by Judge Amy Reedy rather than empaneled from a randomly-chosen jury pool as state law requires. No one objected when Irion stated in a pre-trial hearing that Cunningham was an employee of the Tenth Judicial District rather than an empaneled juror; however, during the trial, both Carter and Cunningham characterized his role as “a juror.”
Last fall, Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper’s office issued a brief to an appellate court which stated unequivocally that the grand jury foreman “is not impaneled” as the other grand jurors are.
In Monroe County, grand jury foreman Gary Pettway was described in an indictment against Fitzpatrick as “a juror.”
Cunningham was “selected” when Reedy called him “at home” one evening and asked him to serve as her “next grand jury foreman” for McMinn County beginning in 2012.
As the alleged victim of the crimes, Cunningham testified on the witness stand that the statements in Fitzpatrick’s criminal complaints were accurate. Carter insisted that they were not. Cunningham retracted his position as Fitzpatrick’s accuser at the pre-trial hearing, and no police report or sworn statement was produced.
How, then, did the jury reach its conclusions?
Innocent men and women have spent years, and sometimes decades, in state prisons in Tennessee because of corrupt judges.
During Fitzpatrick’s trial, a rally calling upon a raise in the minimum wage was held outside the courthouse. With last week’s jury verdict – that petitioning the Government for a redress of grievances is a felony – such future rallies will no longer be possible under the First Amendment.
The Obama regime targeted Tea Party, Second Amendment, pro-life, Christian, traditional-marriage groups and even a U.S. senator beginning in 2010 in an effort to quell their freedom of speech guaranteed under the First Amendment. Obama operatives have been actively involved in silencing anyone investigating Obama’s background, life story, birthplace, or the veracity of his statements. At the time of this writing, at least one of the operatives is facing criminal indictment for some of the same “crimes” of which Fitzpatrick was accused.
Beginning approximately three weeks ago, Fox News, Fox News Radio, and The Washington Times began to openly discuss the issue about Obama’s eligibility, birthplace, and life narrative, ending a six-year media blackout on the subject. Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who launched an investigation at an undisclosed time after his Cold Case Posse declared that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form were fraudulent, has told The Times that he is “honing in” on the creators of the forgeries.
Now, almost daily, new revelations of corruption, intimidation, possible blackmail and illegal leaking of confidential information on the part of the regime are made by internet and broadcast media.
On March 17, 2009, Fitzpatrick filed a criminal complaint of treason against Obama for being a “foreign born domestic enemy.” After filing it on the federal level, Fitzpatrick attempted to take it to the Monroe County grand jury, where he resided at the time. It was then that he discovered that Tennessee grand jury foremen serve for years, and sometimes decades, at the pleasure of criminal court judges.
Five years ago, Fitzpatrick was a lone voice naming Obama in the commission of treason. Today he is not.
Adm. James A. Lyons (Ret.), formerly Commander, Pacific Fleet while CDR Fitzpatrick served in the Pacific Fleet, has described Obama’s actions as “the agenda an enemy would devise.” On June 23, Lyons wrote in an op-ed in The Washington Times:
…What’s happening to America’s standing in the world is not due to incompetence, as some have claimed. This is planned. We are witnessing the Obama administration’s embrace of the Muslim Brotherhood creed, which is to destroy America from within. Congress must be responsible to take back America. Nothing less is acceptable.
Numerous others have joined the chorus accusing Obama of treason against the United States of America.
Radio show host Carl Gallups, who is privy to some of the investigative findings of Arpaio and the Cold Case Posse, said on his “Freedom Friday” show last night that Obama comes from a “deep Sunni [Muslim] background.” During the 2008 campaign, Obama claimed he was a committed Christian, but his actions have belied his words as he continues to arm Islamic radicals throughout the Middle East.
Gallups also asserted that “we know” that blackmail was used by the regime as an attempt at intimidation, although he did not elucidate further.
In January 2010, Fitzpatrick wrote of the corruption in the Tennessee courts:
Judges and prosecutors trashed our grand juries in favor manufacturing a dark, secret machine few know about or know how to operate. The state designed and manufactured the machine to take direct action against people the state criminally accuses.
The machine and its operation are necessarily cloaked and hidden in order to keep the machine running smoothing without outside interference. Secrecy further gives cover to government criminals self-absorbed in protecting themselves and government criminal cohorts operating similar machines throughout Tennessee State and throughout America.
In The Post & Email’s first report on Tennessee judicial corruption entitled “The Face of Treason,” Fitzpatrick described the criminality of a long-serving grand jury foreman as “breathtaking and beyond people’s ability to believe.”
At the Bundy Ranch in April, BLM agents retreated after a large group of people arrived to defend the Bundys’ property and right to graze their cattle on the land in dispute. Of the entrenched judicial corruption in Tennessee, Fitzpatrick has said, “It’s going to take large numbers of people standing up.”
“But a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” — John Adams
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Tuesday, 5 April 2011
The treasonous, impeachable language for the illegal Obama administration’s ‘action’ in Libya is this statement:
…Libya was thoroughly debated and authorized by the international community…
Clinton, Gates, Obama, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff know they are violating the Constitution of the United States and the War Powers Act of 1973, but they don’t care.
“This betrayal at the highest levels of our government is consistent with the other betrayals we have documented across the board,” said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. “The Executive Branch of the federal government has been caught lying about border security, leaving our borders wide open during a time of war, failing to protect states from invasion as required by the US Constitution, and now providing military grade arms to the invaders. We are calling on the Congress today to use all possible remedies including investigations, prosecutions, impeachments, and possible charges of treason.”
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
Tennessee judges are free to rig Tennessee juries (click here for the audio).
No Tennessee law enforcement agency is authorized to arrest Tennessee judges for any crime. Tennessee judges have rigged juries in the state for as long as anyone can recall.
Tennessee district attorney generals are principal criminal assistants. Tennessee district attorney generals protect the judges and impostor jurors from any criminal consequence.
No Tennessee law enforcement agency is authorized to arrest any Tennessee district attorney general or assistant district attorney general for any crime.
In human history we describe oppression as exists in Tennessee as Dictatorships.
Take a look around your community. You’re going to find the same thing.
YOUR OCTOBER SURPRISE! I’ll leave it to the readers’ imagination what else judges can do from the bench in an environment wherein there is no law enforcement to stop the judge or to protect you.
Saturday, 16 October 2010
Tennessee Judges J. Reed Dixon, Amy Armstrong Reedy, Carroll L. Ross and Jon Kerry Blackwood are criminals.
The crimes of J. Reed Dixon, Amy Armstrong Reedy, Carroll L. Ross and Jon Kerry Blackwood are actionable in Tennessee State only by an independent and lawful Grand Jury.
No independent and lawful Grand Juries exist in Tennessee State.
J. Reed Dixon, Amy Armstrong Reedy, Carroll L. Ross and Jon Kerry Blackwood along with other Tennessee State judges and government officials murdered Tennessee’s Grand Juries decades ago.
I have reason to believe it was K(C)athy Pendleton who told me yesterday no Tennessee law enforcement agencies can on their own authority open even a homicide investigation when the murderer is suspected to be a Tennessee judge.
Special Agent Pendleton works out of the Chattanooga office of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation – Criminal Investigation Division. Yesterday’s phone conversation is recorded and distributed publicly elsewhere.
Tennessee judges like J. Reed Dixon, Amy Armstrong Reedy, Carroll L. Ross and Jon Kerry Blackwood can commit any crime against you or your family they wish from the bench, and walk away cleanly.
I’ll leave it to the readers’ imagination what else judges can do from the bench in an environment wherein there is no law enforcement to stop the judge or to protect you.
People in my Tennessee community are scared to death!
In our human history we’ve come to describe the state of affairs in Tennessee as a Dictatorship. We’ve identified people like Tennessee State judges as Dictators.
HERE ENDTH THE LESSON!
WHAT ARE YOU PREPARED TO DO?
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Memo to Mae Beavers – Subject: The Dictatorship of the Judiciary! The take over of Tennessee Grand Juries
Monday, 11 October 2010
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!
(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?
Sunday, 1 August 2010
Monroe County TN Corruption Turns Violent
By JB Williams
What started out over a year ago as what seemed to be a simple citizen effort to report government wrong-doing in a Treason case against Barack Obama, filed by Retired Navy Lt. Commander Walter Fitzpatrick III, turned into something unexpected when the Monroe County justice system obstructed justice and turned its evil sights on the Commander.
Since then, Fitzpatrick has been arrested and jailed twice, humiliated by local character assassination, threatened, roughed up and accused of inciting riot, which in Tennessee code can apparently be used against anyone when three or more citizens attempt to address their local public servants in a public place.
Fitzpatrick now stands trial on a host of rigged charges, all at the hands of local corrupt public servants who seem to have a history of such activity, and a growing tendency to become violent when citizens try to make public the level of crime and corruption in that quaint little Tennessee community.
Corruption becomes Deadly
On Saturday July 17, 2010 – Republican Election Commissioner Jim Miller was brutally murdered in a Chicago mob style slaying and set ablaze in the trunk of his car.
Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Capt. Kenny Hope was immediately a “person of interest” in the case, but has since been “cleared” by TBI officials.
What does this have to do with the Treason charges filed against Obama in Monroe County? That depends on whether or not Commissioner Miller had seen similar evidence filed with his office concerning election fraud in the 2008 election, and whether or not Miller was about to shine a local light on that or other reports of systemic corruption in Monroe County…
The Violence Continues
As news of local corruption concerning Fitzpatrick spread throughout the community, other local citizens began to come forward with other similar and much more bizarre horror stories with crime family type charges against the local Sheriff Bivins and what is locally referred to as his “henchmen.”
An online Christian News Wire published at story accusing Sheriff Bivins of involvement in the murder “cover-up.”
The following day, locals involved in that report were visited by Bivins “henchmen” as they were leaving an East Tennessee Health Care facility. Chilling events of that day are described in a follow-up Christian News Wire release dated July 30, 2010.
From that report – “Two Christian Citizens against Corruption workers reported attempting to leave a parking lot of an East Tennessee Health Care Facility around 3:00 pm yesterday when a black Ford F-150 pulled up behind them blocking the workers’ vehicle from moving. The car’s driver, Daniel Morgan, identified the driver of the black truck as Travis Jones, a detective of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. Wearing no uniform and showing no badge or identification, he angrily ordered the driver and passengers out of the vehicle. Mr. Jones made a holstered gun visible during the ordeal.
Fearing for the safety of his passengers, Mr. Morgan cautioned the passengers in the vehicle from leaving the vehicle as detective Jones was not displaying typical police behavior. According to passengers, Travis Jones was forced to move his truck as an ambulance became impatient with him blocking the road. Mr. Jones left the scene after he observed Mr. Morgan making a cell phone call to state officials, during which he made a police report of the incident to Sergeant Kevin Smith of the Tennessee Highway Patrol.”
Reported by: Contact: George Raudenbush (423) 761-9518, Daniel Morgan (423) 519-6540 email@example.com
With each passing day, more and more local citizens are coming forward with stories of systemic corruption in the Monroe County government that seems to date back years.
Locals report threats from local officials that have caused them great fear in coming forward in the past. But recent events seem to be causing more fear of remaining silent, than fear of retribution.
It All Started with a Treason Case against Obama
Tennessee has some of the strongest citizen Grand Jury and citizen arrest laws in the nation. Yet when Monroe County resident Walter Fitzpatrick attempted to deliver evidence of fraud and treason to his local Grand Jury, he was met with obstruction and corruption that is now spiraling into violent acts of retaliation by the very people sworn to uphold the rule of law in Monroe County.
Clearly, the small town good-ole-boy system is peeved that a local peasant like Fitzpatrick would dare question their authority or challenge their acts of corruption. Yet this is exactly what our nation’s Founding Fathers would have done and would call upon each of us to do, in the preservation of freedom and self-governance.
As an increasing volume of evidence against local officials comes out, those officials seem to be using an increasing level of thuggery in an attempt to silence locals and protect their neat little game.
But small town thugs were in for a rude awakening when Fitzpatrick delivered the news that he would not stand against them alone…
Enter Federal Defense Attorney Steven Pidgeon
Attorney Steven Pidgeon will be handling the Fitzpatrick case in Monroe County and beyond, and he wasted no time filing demands for production of evidence that could very well sink the Monroe County cabal in their own history of corruption and obstruction of justice.
This case has nothing to do with the charges brought against Fitzpatrick in the effort to silence Fitzpatrick on the matter of Obama Treason. The case is much larger than just Monroe County and seems to have brought the kinds of systemic corruption to be found in governments all across the nation into the limelight.
With a national spotlight complete with a federal defense attorney in place, all eyes are on Monroe County public servants and just how far they are willing to go to keep their boot on the neck of the local community.
Monroe County citizens willing to come forward should contact Attorney Steven Pidgeon’s office for further assistance. (425) 605-4774 (tel) – 425)818-5371 (fax)
www.FreedomForce.us “One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.” – Plato
Monday, 12 July 2010
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.