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Ominous music

William (“Wilkie”) Fain has posted a trailer on YouTube titled “WFF3,” obviously in reference to Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III. I’m not sure whether the viewer is invited think that the World Wrestling Federation is being crossed with World War III, or just what. And what’s the bit about the orange screen with a black square and circle?

The main feature of the video, besides a little dialog from Walter Fitzpatrick that briefly recounts his attempt to arrest a Tennessee grand jury foreman, is the ominous music. I left the following comment on the video:

Since when can anybody off the street go and arrest someone they think has committed a crime? Exactly what criminal code section did this grand jury foreman allegedly violate?

Convicts say that the jails are full of “innocent” people. That’s what they say. For the rest of us, juries listen to the evidence and decide these things. Setting it to ominous music changes nothing.

I expect that it will get It was deleted.

Fitzpatrick sentencing hearing August 19

I have not been a close follower of Walter Fitzpatrick III and his battle against the grand jury system in Tennessee that led him to some jail time. His most recent conviction has a sentencing hearing in Athens, Tennessee, next Tuesday, August 19. Fitzpatrick has not been cooperating with the process, refusing to meet with probation officers.

So the schedule is:

  • August 18 at 8 AM – Prayer breakfast at the Cracker Barrel
  • August 18 at 3 PM – BBQ at the Athens Regional Park
  • August 19 – Sentencing hearing

The Abel Danger radio show is interested, and Lt. Col. Field McConnell, Ret., that show’s host, will be at the hearing. Some fellow named William “Wilky” Fain (of William Fain Productions) will be making video which promises to uncover widespread corruption in Tennessee family courts.

Here’s a video from yesterday about Fain making the video including Sharon Rondeau. (Warning: Cookies are eaten during the video).

In other Fitzpatrick news, Attorney Van R. Irion filed a motion for a new trial, as well as to suspend sentencing pending appeal.

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