CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., April 21, 2021 — A judge today upholds the Tennessee state of disaster begun 405 days ago by claiming Gov. Bill Lee is not required to obey state law and that a court cannot require him to respect the people’s constitutional protections.
By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM
Today is 200 days in which the case State ex rel Tulis has been in the court of judge Pamela Fleenor.
It has been two weeks since Judge Fleenor held a hearing regarding my double motions demanding she reconsider her dismissal of my cause.
On the date of that hearing, by phone, she had had the emergency case for approximately 180 days. She has been working up an order of dismissal for the past two weeks. That’s what I’m expecting. Dismissal №2. …
On Friday gangsta rap artist Jamaal “Maal the Pimp” Hicks and four music world colleagues gave an interview at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM in Chattanooga about their lives together and the Fam Records label from 1997 to 2003.
Their story is so compelling I had to wait until the segments were over to bring up the matter of Tennessee transportation administrative notice, under which Chattanooga police have been on awares for 1,144 days, since Feb. 20, 2018, when I put the municipal corporation on notice about violation of law.
I am seeking the favor…
I am the relator in the lawsuit to end the state of disaster in Tennessee brought about by Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican, rejecting his duty to make a determination of the agent of contagion in any contagion or epidemic.
He has refused to do so, and in a panic declared a state of emergency that has overturned the government and turned its destructive powers upon and against the people. …