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Postby Foggy » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:21 pm

Just to sum up and make sure I didn't miss anything important whilst I was out of town having fun and at the same time suffering in horrible pain.





Walt showed up for his sentencing. The judge, not having any noticeable grip on reality, was thinking of giving him probation and community service.





Walt decided to inform the court once again that all proceedings against him were null and void ab initio for lack of jurisdiction based on several none-too-clear fantasy rulings Walt dreamed up with the encouragement of his erstwhile girlfriend, Sharon Rondoodoo. He tried to book outta there.





The judge had him dragged back in and sentenced him to 6 months of pure ATTAINDER.





The jailers at Monroe County jail, having some experience with Walt, sent him over to Loudoun County.





The jailers at Loudoun County jail, after just a brief experience with Walt, sent him back.





(He reminds me of me -- wanted in 6 states and unwanted in the other 44. ?( )





Rondoodoo sent Walt a message -- "Got a new phone system, hon. Can't take collect calls no more. Write when you get work."





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Postby Sterngard Friegen » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:23 pm

Fitzfundfilcher didn't have any teeth extracted this week.

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Postby TexasFilly » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:26 pm

I've been thinking about that alleged intention of the Judge to give Walt community service. What the hell was he thinking? Walt's been doing nothing but trying to stir up shit since he arrived in Monroe County. What was he going to do, sling hash at the soup kitchen and preach about the evils of every cop, judge, court reporter, court clerk, TBI agent, FBI agent, Congressman, Senator, and President (to name a few)?

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Postby Foggy » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:26 pm

Fitzfundfilcher didn't have any teeth extracted this week.

Yeah, but I get to sleep in my own bed tonight, so neener neener.Gotta remember, this is the punk that said I was "the root of a great deal of criminal mischief". And yet, I'm still at large. :-
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Postby Foggy » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:28 pm

I've been thinking about that alleged intention of the Judge to give Walt community service. What the hell was he thinking? Walt's been doing nothing but trying to stir up shit since he arrived in Monroe County. What was he going to do, sling hash at the soup kitchen and preach about the evils of every cop, judge, court reporter, court clerk, TBI agent, FBI agent, Congressman, Senator, and President (to name a few)?

That's why I mentioned that the judge showed no particular grip on reality. Walt would never have performed community service in any event. No self-respecting sovcit would.
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Postby realist » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:30 pm

I've been thinking about that alleged intention of the Judge to give Walt community service. What the hell was he thinking? Walt's been doing nothing but trying to stir up shit since he arrived in Monroe County. What was he going to do, sling hash at the soup kitchen and preach about the evils of every cop, judge, court reporter, court clerk, TBI agent, FBI agent, Congressman, Senator, and President (to name a few)?

Well, it could be that the judge was a joshin' him, "trying" to make Walt feel as dumb as possible for screwing up a sweetheart sentence. 8>

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Postby raicha » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:32 pm

As I understand it, the judge only mentioned that he had considered probation after Fitz had attempted to take his leave and was hauled back to the bar. Perhaps his honor never seriously considered it but saying so to Fitz was designed to inspire #-o .

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Postby Foggy » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:34 pm

As I understand it, the judge only mentioned that he had considered probation after Fitz had attempted to take his leave and was hauled back to the bar. Perhaps his honor never seriously considered it but saying so to Fitz was designed to inspire #-o .

That's what the other greenie said, too. Also.





So you may be right. I just hope he added the majik words at the end of the commitment order.





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Postby Plutodog » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:35 pm

I figured the judge was just wanting to make the sentence sting more by telling Wally he'd come THIS CLOSE to getting off pretty much SCOTT FREE if he'd just kept his trap shut and his head down. :twisted:
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Postby realist » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:37 pm

As I understand it, the judge only mentioned that he had considered probation after Fitz had attempted to take his leave and was hauled back to the bar. Perhaps his honor never seriously considered it but saying so to Fitz was designed to inspire #-o .

That's what the other greenie said, too. Also.





So you may be right. I just hope he added the majik words at the end of the commitment order.





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Postby raicha » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:42 pm

COKE!

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Postby Suranis » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:42 pm

You know, its possible that Walt was trying to do stuff from the US Army tactical manual, namely "Start your attack with massive fire" and "Always try and arrange your battlefield" Because he would most certainly have seen the Court as a battlefield, and his walking out was meant to alter it give his some advantage.Of course, when your massive fire has the same effectiveness as a water pistol and the only affect of attempts to alter the battlefield would be to piss off a judge, it's generally not going to work very well.And then he finds out that Rondoo wont even sit and listen to his hours of inane talk from jail about sod all anymore. :(

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Postby Myron » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:29 pm

I like to think of Walt as a Holiday Bakset from Hickory Farms. He will be passed around from jail to jail for all eternity.

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Postby TexasFilly » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:31 pm

I like to think of Walt as a Holiday Fruitcake Bakset from Hickory Farms. He will be passed around from jail to jail for all eternity.

FIFY


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Postby ZekeB » Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:47 pm

Nah Filly. The Brothers make a fairly decent fruitcake up here. They don't put that overly-sweet red candied crap in it, though.

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Postby realist » Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:54 pm

Citizen's Arrest...unsuccessful[/break1]crooksandliars.com/david/veterans-attempt-citizens-arrest-rumsfeld-bo]http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/dav ... umsfeld-bo

Several members of the group Veterans for Peace were escorted out of the Old South Meeting House in Boston Monday night after they attempted a citizen's arrest of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld."I went down in front and looked Donald Rumsfeld in the eye and said, 'I'm making a citizen's arrest,'" protester Nate Goldschlag told WCVB-TV. :P [snip]Three of the protesters removed from the event were with [highlight]Veterans for Peace[/highlight] and a fourth was a member of [highlight]Code Pink[/highlight]. One protester was arrested outside the event for allegedly using a bullhorn to assault a police officer.Most of the 300 people who had to buy a copy of Rumsfeld's book, "Known and Unknown," to attend the event appeared to be fans.


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Citizen's Arrest...unsuccessful[/break1]crooksandliars.com/david/veterans-attempt-citizens-arrest-rumsfeld-bo]http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/dav ... umsfeld-bo

Several members of the group Veterans for Peace were escorted out of the Old South Meeting House in Boston Monday night after they attempted a citizen's arrest of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.Most of the 300 [highlight=#ffff00]people who had to buy a copy of Rumsfeld's book, "Known and Unknown," to attend the event[/highlight] appeared to be fans.

Citizen's Arrest...unsuccessfulBoosting Rumsfeld's book sales...Score!

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Postby realist » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:34 pm

Professional Seditionist Rondeau is once again on the Wally train, with a headline which makes it appear this is "new" news. (though I'm sure it's a fair, balanced, and above all sourced-and-researched-for-accuracy, above all else. :roll:





From the P&E





[link]Contacts Made on Behalf of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III,http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/09/29/contacts-made-on-behalf-of-walter-francis-fitzpatrick-iii/[/link]





RETIRED NAVY COMMANDER AGAIN JAILED AS A RESULT OF FALSE INDICTMENTS


by [highlight]Sharon Rondeau[/highlight]





Several readers of The Post & Email have confirmed that Walter Fitzpatrick has been returned to the Monroe County, TN jail. Fitzpatrick was arrested when he walked out of his sentencing hearing on September 23, 2011 after reading a statement which claimed that the court had no jurisdiction over him. [well, DUH!! big surprise that... moron]





[snip the governor's contact info, etc. And Sharon writes...]





From: Sharon Rondeau


Sent: Tue 9/20/11 1:09 PM


To: Laura Click ([/break1]click@tncourts.gov]laura.click@tncourts.gov)





Hello, [highlight]Laura[/highlight], we have uncovered [highlight]irrefutable proof[/highlight] that the grand jury foreman in Monroe County was never properly appointed nor sworn in: [/break1]thepostemail.com/2011/09/20/monroe-county-chief-court-clerk-admits-grand-jury-foreman-of-27-years-illegitimate/]http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/09/20/ ... egitimate/ :^o





To whom do I report this?





[...]





And the good readers of Rondeau's Rag are trying to help poor, poor Walt...





Just a few minutes ago I called Gov. Haslam’s office and spoke to one of his staff members, Mandy Mullins.





[...]





I gave Mandy your web site address so they could investigate the [highlight]facts[/highlight] =)) of what is going on and told her it was hosted by Sharon.


And repeats of prior "letters," etc.





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Postby GreatGrey » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:40 pm

Just a few minutes ago I called Gov. [highlight=#ffff80]Haslam[/highlight]’s office ....

Sounds moooslim to me. :o

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Postby TexasFilly » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:53 pm

And, the staff at Bill Haslam's office is gathered around the 'puter, reading the Rondoo Rag, both laughing uncontrollably and at the same time saying "Man, there are a lot more nutjobs out there than we first thought".

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Postby realist » Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:56 pm

And, the staff at Bill Haslam's office is gathered around the 'puter, reading the Rondoo Rag, both laughing uncontrollably and at the same time saying "Man, there are a lot more nutjobs out there than we first thought".

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Postby TexasFilly » Fri Sep 30, 2011 3:30 pm

Attention: All Veterans





YOUR SERVICE IS NEEDED






[highlight]by Neil Turner[/highlight]











(Sep. 30, 2011) — You may no longer be on active duty, but your duty to defend your fellow soldiers did not end with your DD-214.





[Following this are all of the revisionist history of the Walter Fitzpatrick dramas, summed up neatly by this list of outright fabrications:]











LDCR Walter Fitzpatrick, III (US Navy-Ret.) was taken by force on a public street on 23 September, 2011 in Monroe County, TN, and thrown in prison under a 6 month sentencing by a corrupt judge in an unlawful court. Here are the facts:





There were no formal charges against him ever issued; :^o


No one signed a complaint, and there were no witnesses to any unlawful acts; :^o


He was charged with an act that was never proven to have occurred, and, in fact, never did occur; :^o


An unlawfully seated Grand Jury, with no sworn or lawful Grand Jury foreman, presented a No True Bill of a non-crime; :^o


A warrant was sworn out for LCDR Fitzpatrick’s arrest – for not showing up in court for a hearing that did not need his presence, and he was not even notified of. :^o =)) As a result:


LCDR Fitzpatrick suffered a home invasion: a ‘no-knock’ forced entry by sheriff’s deputies. The homeowner (LCDR Fitz) resisted the invasion –and was instead assaulted, tasered, and wounded (ear almost torn off), and was himself charged with (counter) assault and resisting arrest.





[snipped more lies, and Neil's directive to call the Governor, etc., and he gives a script of what to say :roll: ]


Thank you for your service … again.





Neil B. Turner


Citizens for the Constitution





[/break1]net]NBTurner@Earthlink.net


[highlight]P.S. There are over 25 million veterans alive today in America. 1 million calls is all we ask.[/highlight] =))





[snipped the PPS about anyone can make these calls, not just veterans]

[/break1]thepostemail.com/2011/09/30/attention-all-veterans/]http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/09/30/ ... -veterans/





And the elected officials connect their answering machines, then what? :lol:

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Postby realist » Fri Sep 30, 2011 3:40 pm

by TexasFilly » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:30 pm Attention: All Veterans YOUR SERVICE IS NEEDED by Neil Turner (Sep. 30, 2011) — You may no longer be on active duty, but your duty to defend your fellow soldiers did not end with your DD-214. [Following this are all of the revisionist history of the Walter Fitzpatrick dramas, summed up neatly by this list of outright fabrications:] LDCR Walter Fitzpatrick, III (US Navy-Ret.) was taken by force on a public street on 23 September, 2011 in Monroe County, TN, and thrown in prison under a 6 month sentencing by a corrupt judge in an unlawful court. Here are the facts:

And there you have it, folks, yet another well-researched, sourced, and factually-accurate article of the P&E, just as Professional Seditionist Rondeau continually promises.

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Postby realist » Mon Oct 03, 2011 7:33 am

If true, I wonder what Wally did... 8>





From the P&E





[link]Update on Walter Fitzpatrick,http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/10/02/update-on-walter-fitzpatrick-2/[/link]





SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, NO MAIL AND NO PHONE ACCESS HAVE BEEN REPORTED


by [highlight=#ffff00]Sharon Rondeau[/highlight]






The Post & Email received a report this evening at approximately 5:35 p.m. EDT that LCDR Walter Fitzpatrick, who was arrested following a sentencing hearing on September 23, 2011, is being kept in [highlight=#ffbfff]solitary confinement and has been denied mail and the ability to make telephone calls.[/highlight]





[snip]





Are there veterans or patriotic citizen groups in eastern Tennessee willing to take action on the reported civil rights violations taking place against Fitzpatrick and others in the Monroe County jail? Is there an Oathkeepers organization in that area willing to step forward and speak out? Is anyone in Monroe County willing to challenge the judges, sheriff’s department, and complicit court personnel about their criminal behavior?





Is there an attorney who specializes in RICO, civil rights deprivation, or violation of the Fifth Amendment willing to take on the law-breakers in Monroe County?





[snip]





One person has taken action by contacting members of the major media: :-bd


And letters have been sent to Senators Alexander & Corker, Rep. Duncan, and Gov.. Bill Haslam as well as Lt. Gov. Ramsey.





And the "cyberattack" on the P&E is apparently because of Rondeau's "staunch support" of Cordwood. :roll:





One example of the bullshit written...





Walt Fitzpatrick, III is a [highlight=#ffff00]law abiding citizen[/highlight] with the utmost respect for our country, countrymen, and lawful authority.. He is a high ranking US Naval officer who served honorably to retirement. [Well, except for that court martial thingy] He is a good man of faith and integrity. Lt. Commander has honest & honorable intentions and is an oathkeeper of the truest stripe. He is very articulate, remarkably intelligent, and has done extensive thoughtful research and investigation. [except most of it is inaccurate]

Solitary might be to protect his stupid ass from those like the one who punched him out last time he was incarcerated. :-k





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