U.S. Navy Officer Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III charged as criminal
Military officer who has pursued a criminal complaint accusing President Obama of treason over his refusal to provide his original birth certificate is facing a court hearing in two weeks over allegations of disorderly conduct and "rioting" for confronting a grand-jury meeting in Tennessee.
U.S. Navy officer Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III, who has run a campaign for two decades to uncover and try to correct what he believes are criminal activities within the military, leveled the accusations against Obama.
In his complaint addressed to Obama via U.S Attorney Russell Dedrick and Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Schmutzer, Eastern District, Tennessee, Fitzpatrick wrote then: "You have broken in and entered the White House by force of contrivance, concealment, conceit, dissembling, and deceit. Posing as an impostor president and commander in chief you have stripped civilian command and control over the military establishment."
He continued, "I accuse you and your military-political criminal assistants of TREASON. I name you and your military criminal associates as traitors. Your criminal ascension manifests a clear and present danger. You fundamentally changed our form of government. The Constitution no longer works."
Now Fitzpatrick is facing a local court hearing in Monroe County, Tenn., on municipal and county allegations of resisting arrest, riot, disorderly conduct and interrupting a meeting.
Officials with the sheriff's office said he was released today, and his supporters said he staged a five-day hunger strike in jail before leaving on the $1,500 bond.
According to JB Williams, who writes at Canada Free Press, a sheriff's department officer confirmed to him that Fitzpatrick had declined food and water during his incarceration following his arrest last Thursday.
According to a report at the Rise Up for America website, Fitzpatrick, in the course of doing research on Obama, discovered that a local government operation appeared to have flaws.
He reported that while Tennessee law specified that a "foreperson" of a grand jury shall hold office for two years, the actual case in Monroe County involved a foreman who had been in the position for 27 years.
Fitzpatrick then filed paperwork with the court in his attempt to make a "citizen's arrest" of the alleged offender, and he was in return arrested when he attempted to make the arrest.
Monroe County Sheriff Dept.
phone number 423-442-3911
Monroe County Courthouse
CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
Martha Marty Cook
105 College Street, Suite 3
Madisonville, TN 37354
Phone (423) 442-2396 (423) 442-2396
Fax (423) 442-9538
DISTRICT ATTORNEY GENERAL
P.O. Box 1351
Cleveland, TN 37364
Phone (423) 744-2830 (423) 744-2830
Fax (423) 479-4434
J. Allan Watson
105 College Street, Suite 1 Madisonville, TN 37354
Phone (423) 442-3981 Fax (423) 442-7279
Madisonville Chief of Police
Representative John Duncan Jr.
Judge Carrol Ross
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