Wednesday, July 11, 2018

WHY ARE THESE INNOCENT MEN STILL IN JAIL?

Years After the Court Proof Surfaced . . .

By Pat Shannan

There are several cases of outrageous judicial behavior that we must never lose sight of until the victims are exonerated. The latest is that of retired Naval LtCmdr (ret) Walt Fitzpatrick of Sweetwater, Tennessee, who was recently convicted in the corrupt state courts of Tennessee of not only “trumped-up” charges but so-called “crimes” that are not even on the books. For more details of this outrage, see:

http://www.thepostemail.com, but for a hint of what drew the initial attack on Fitzpatrick, one needs to know that in early 2009, he traveled to the federal courthouse in Knoxville and filed criminal charges of fraud on posing president Barack Obama re. the lack of proof surrounding his eligibility to legally serve. Instead of allowing the charges to proceed through the system, U. S. Attorney Russell Dedrick took it upon himself to trash the papers and call in the Secret Service to pay a visit to Fitzpatrick.

1 comment:

Voltman said...

Innocence put in jail while psychopaths get bail
In the land of the free... Criminals

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"We live in a political world
Love don’t have any place
We’re living in times where men commit crimes
And crime don’t have a face

We live in a political world
Wisdom is thrown into jail
It rots in a cell, is misguided as hell
Leaving no one to pick up a trail

We live in a political world
Where mercy walks the plank
Life is in mirrors, death disappears
Up the steps into the nearest bank"

Bob Dylan - Political World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg29g6D0sPs

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From a German jail:

Santa Monika's Tribulation

She suffers in her cell unjust incarceration
Her jailers come from hell with vile indoctrination
Those puppets kill for sport and dial extermination
The muppets from the court won't have exoneration

She uncovers the truth of her hoodwinked generation
And discovers the root of our people's liberation
She speaks and sings with ease, a source of inspiration
Her fiddle holds the keys of inmate celebration

She played Don Messer's breakdown
Candles glowing in the wind
And danced me to the end of love
With her plywood violin

First she took Alberta
Then she took Berlin

Voltman

Dance me to the end of love
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=198&v=NGorjBVag0I

Bob Dylan - Political World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg29g6D0sPs