Friday, January 26, 2018

Lee Harold Cromwell Sovereign Citizen Vehicle Rampage After July 4 Fireworks Oak Ridge TN

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July 4, 2015 Lee Harold Cromwell Sovereign Citizen Vehicle Rampage After July 4 Fireworks Oak Ridge TN self-proclaimed sovereign citizen  hit and killed a man and injured eight others with his Dodge pickup truck in a crowded parking lot of people at Bissell Park after a night of fireworks on July 4, 2015 in Oak Ridge Tennesee.  He crashed once, stopped, resumed driving and crashed again as if it were deliberate. When the damage to lives and vehicles was done, people in the parking lot said Cromwell remained in his truck rather than get out and help the victims.  He was sentenced to 12 years in prison. He believes he is the victim of a conspiracy and has retaliated by filing false lien claims totaling $137 million against those involved in his criminal case. Cromwell claims he was backing up carefully when his truck suffered a mechanical problem and went out of control.  Cromwell is a bible quoting Christian who has been saved since 15, his two step-daughters and a church member spoke to his good character and he had no criminal record

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July 4, 2017 Sovereign citizen sentenced in deadly July 4 fireworks crash 
Seattle Times https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/sovereign-citizen-sentenced-in-deadly-july-4-fireworks-crash/  .Jun 20, 2017 - OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (AP) — A self-proclaimed sovereign citizen who drove through a crowd during a fireworks show, killing one and hurting eight, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. News outlets report Judge Paul Summers sentenced 67-year-old Lee Harold Cromwell of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, ...The NBC affiliate in Phoenix reports ...onvicted of reckless vehicular homicide and reckless aggravated assault in the July 4, 2015 crash in February.
Defense asks for three-year suspended sentence for Cromwell  Jun 17, 2017 - Prosecutors have asked for an 11-year sentence for Lee Harold Cromwell, 67, of Oak Ridge, for his one vehicular homicide conviction and eight aggravated assault convictions in a fatal parking lot crash at the Midtown Community Center in Oak Ridge after fireworks on July 4, 2015.  hit and killed a man and injured eight others with his Dodge pickup truck in a crowded parking lot of people at Bissell Park after a night of fireworks on July 4, 2015 wbir.com | 12-year prison sentence for deadly 'sovereign citizen' driver Jun 20, 2017 - Cromwell told police he was a "sovereign citizen" and is now accused of retaliation by filing false liens against officials involved in his criminal case. .. Monday, a judge sentenced 67-year-old Lee Cromwell to 12 years in prison for ramming into a crowded parking lot of people with his truck at a fireworks show in Oak Ridge on July 4, 2015. The crash at Bissell Park killed a man and hurt eight others. A jury convicted Cromwell of reckless vehicular homicide and reckless aggravated assault a believes he is the victim of a conspiracy and has retaliated by filing false lien claims totaling $137 million against those involved in his criminal case. unsworn statement to the court during his sentencing, telling the judge and the victims the crash was an accident caused by an unknown mechanical failure in his truck spent several minutes reciting scripture from the Bible James Robinson, 37, died when he was crushed by Cromwell's truck. testified during trial that Cromwell crashed once, stopped, resumed driving and crashed again. When the damage to lives and vehicles was done, people in the parking lot said Cromwell remained in his truck rather than get out and help the victims.  February, authorities announced Cromwell was among 11 defendants charged in a 320-count indictmentfor filing false liens.   Cromwell said he was saved at 15 and has "been in church all my life he said he was carefully backing up when the truck flew out of control  sharing how well his fellow inmates know the Bible by rote, Cromwell's two step-daughters and a church member spoke to his good character.  accompanied Cromwell on trips to help the homeless in Knoxville. "Lee would never hurt anybody."  Melissa Chase, said Cromwell was "a wonderful stepfather."  "He said it was an accident," she said. "He cries everyday