September 2, 2014 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Speaker Sharon Rondeau (via Skype)
Mrs. Rondeau is a natural born American Citizen who began researching the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama during the 2008 election cycle. She has been operating The Post & Email since April 2010 following founder John Charlton’s departure. She earned a B.A. degree from Eastern Connecticut State University in 1986 summa cum laude and acquired work experience in word processing, transcription, research, writing and office skills instruction.
The Post & Email is a child-friendly site which focuses on government corruption and constitutional issues. As editor, Ms. Rondeau writes a variety of daily national, state and world news reports, reviews and publishes editorials from syndicated and guest writers, and screens citizen submissions for quality, accuracy, and adherence to the high standards of the newspaper.
Since the fall of 2009, The Post & Email has reported exclusively on the discoveries of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) in the state of Tennessee which have demonstrated that a “dictatorship of the judiciary” exists throughout the Volunteer State and possibly the nation. The systemic abuse of citizens via a contorted interpretation of “justice” cloaked by the trappings of a lawful system has deprived every defendant of his constitutional right to due process over at least three decades, aided and abetted by a “good-ole-boy” network of sheriffs and their deputies, court clerks, prosecutors, and defense attorneys.
On April 30, 2012, The Post & Email broke an exclusive national story which exposed a law enforcement training program funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, FBI, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), and Tennessee Fusion Center which depicted Fitzpatrick and other law-abiding individuals as “Sovereign Citizens,” including those who doubted the authenticity of Barack Hussein Obama’s short-form birth certificate. In a series of articles, The Post & Email revealed the propaganda included in the program intended to demonize anyone attempting to uphold the principles of the U.S. Constitution. Later, Fox News and other outlets aired reports on “Sovereign Citizens” and the Obama regime’s characterization of veterans, religious groups and opponents of illegal immigration as “potential domestic terrorists.”
On June 24, 2014, Fitzpatrick was convicted of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” after submitting a petition with criminal evidence against public officials to the McMinn County grand jury. On August 19, Fitzpatrick was sentenced to three years in prison without an accuser, victim, or any evidence that he had committed a crime. Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood, a “senior judge” currently receiving a pension, exclaimed in the courtroom, “So what if the grand jury foreman is serving illegally? Who cares?” and “I’m tired of people coming into the courtroom and demanding their constitutional rights!” while banging his fist on the bench.
During the sentencing hearing, pre-sentencing investigator Judith Hilton-Coffman verbally changed her written report and declared that, in fact, there had been a victim of Fitzpatrick’s “crimes,” thereby involving the Board of Parole in the criminal conspiracy to imprison a man for blowing the whistle on government corruption. The malfeasance is so deeply-ingrained in Tennessee government that the governor, attorney general, and state Supreme Court are also complicit.
In early August, a professional filmmaker asked to join The Post & Email and Lt. Col. Field McConnell, USMC (Ret.) of Abel Danger in exposing the criminality of the Tennessee judiciary by producing a video about the Fitzpatrick case, with plans made to create a full-length documentary to be marketed to major media outlets.`
The Fitzpatrick case impacts every American because a jury in McMinn County, TN has criminalized a citizen’s First Amendment right to petition his government for redress of grievances, instead terming it “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” to remove the individual from society in order to silence him.
In George Orwell’s 1984, anyone who showed disloyalty to “Big Brother” was “disappeared,” and facts were altered at the end of each day by the “Ministry of Truth” to reflect only that which the government wanted people to believe.
The Post & Email is currently following two other cases in Monroe County, TN in which innocent individuals have been targeted for long prison terms in response to their exposure of the corrupt dragnet which now envelops them.
The Tennessee courts have demonstrated that “1984” is here. Most likely out of fear, the local mainstream media has failed to report on the systemic government corruption which has wrongly imprisoned thousands. Very recently, The Post & Email has begun to acquire information connecting the judicial and law enforcement malfeasance to a much larger, overarching criminal enterprise which, if borne out by documentation in the weeks and months ahead, would explain why eastern Tennessee has operated as a penal colony for at least the last six decades.
Ms. Rondeau has been a frequent guest on The Manning Report hosted by Dr. James David Manning of the Atlah Media Network and The Roth Show hosted by Dr. Laurie Roth speaking on the Fitzpatrick case and other constitutional matters. She has also been sought to contribute to special projects with organizations such as the U.S. Patriots Union, Breaking News Journal Media Entities, and a criminal investigation in 2014.
Ms. Rondeau is also a professional harpist, having performed with Tony Orlando & Dawn in 1975, Connie Francis in the late 1990s, and at Carnegie Hall in 2004 with the University of Connecticut Studio Orchestra. She was recently interviewed about her musical career by Artists’ Representative Jack Price of Price Rubin & Partners.
Short video of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.)
September 16, 2014
Ballot Propositions both Pro and Con discussed at the 2nd general meeting in September.
Judy Burges, Phil Lovas and David Livingston have all agreed to attend this meeting and present their thoughts on the three propositions that are on the ballot this Fall.