William M. Windsor, candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, has filed criminal charges against members of the Judicial Council of Georgia.
The Judicial Council of Georgia is a state-level judicial agency charged with allegedly developing policies for administering and improving the courts. There is no indication that the Judicial Council of Georgia does any such thing.
It is very clear that the Judicial Council of Georgia commits obstruction of justice and misprision of felonies in its aiding and abetting of criminal activities by the courts and court personnel….
William M. Windsor has filed criminal charges against members of the Judicial Council of Georgia. William M. Windsor is a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. His platform is honesty, strict adherence to the rules and the law, and protection of fundamental rights provided in the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
I will not cover up the crimes and misconduct of any judge or government official. I will seek to expose corruption everywhere that I find it.
The Criminal Complaint filed with the Judicial Council of Georgia
On November 14, 2011, I filed a complaint with the Judicial Council of Georgia. It was numbered 2011-31, so it appears to be the 31st complaint filed in 2011. The Judicial Council of Georgia took 52 days to even acknowledge receipt of the complaint in a letter dated January 5, 2012 that came after I called to inquire what in the world was going on. When there had been no further response, I called the Judicial Council of Georgia on February 23, 2012. Matthew Kloiber told me that I would receive a letter in a few days. I received a letter dated that day, February 23, 2012, that said the Board of the Judicial Council of Georgia “has decided to dismiss the grievance.” It appears that the Judicial Council of Georgia ignores matters until or unless someone calls to follow-up. It seems to me that they hope a lot of people just go away.
The Judicial Council of Georgia dismissed my complaint based solely on the content of my complaint. They did not require a response from the accused, and they did not speak with me or any of the 15 witnesses who I identified.
YOU be the Judge
So, please take a minute and see if you can find any legal basis for determining that this complaint should be dismissed. (HINT: You won’t be able to.)
Exhibit 1 — Exhibit 2 — Exhibit 3 — Exhibit 4 — Exhibit 5 — Exhibit 6 — Exhibit 7 — Exhibit 8 — Exhibit 9 — Exhibit 10 — Exhibit 11 — Exhibit 12 — Exhibit 13 — Exhibit 14 — Exhibit 15 — Exhibit 16 — Exhibit 17 — Exhibit 18 — Exhibit 19 — Exhibit 20 — Exhibit 21 — Exhibit 22
As you can see, the complaint clearly states that crimes were committed. I swore that the facts in the complaint were true, and my signature was verified by a notary public. I provided 22 exhibits documenting wehat had happened, and I presented 15 witnesses. There was nothing presented whatsoever from anyone to dispute my sworn under oath statements that a crime was committed by Evelyn Parker, Judge Jerry W. Baxter, and perhaps others in falsifying the court transcript.
The only basis for dismissing this complaint is to cover up the crimes that were committed.
William M. Windsor filed a criminal complaint against Fulton County Georgia Court Reporter Evelyn Parker and Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry W. Baxter.
Windsor says “I believe I have caught Judge Jerry W. Baxter and his staff red-handed altering the October 7, 2011 Hearing Transcript.”
Charges have been filed with the Judicial Council of Georgia, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, the Fulton County District Attorney, and the United States Attorney.
I called court reporter Evelyn Parker to order a copy of the Hearing Transcript, and Evelyn D. Parker replied by email (Exhibit 1) on October 10, 2011. Court reporter Evelyn Parker sent an invoice (Exhibit 2) by email on October 11, 2011. I communicated with court reporter Evelyn Parker several times between October 7 and October 25, 2011. She advised that the Transcript was ready on October 24, 2011. Exhibit 3 — Exhibit 4 — Exhibit 5.
On October 25, 2011, a courier for Courier Connection paid the balance owed on the Transcript and picked up the Transcript (Exhibit 6) allegedly prepared by court reporter Evelyn D. Parker. Judge Jerry W. Baxter’s assistant, David Chamberlain, delivered the Transcript (Exhibit 7) to the courier.
But the Transcript does not match my recollection of what happened at the Hearing….and it doesn’t match the recollection of courtwatchers and other witnesses. Sabrina, Ed, Jeff, two other witnesses, and I are all prepared to testify that the Transcript does not reflect what happened at the Hearing. In my complaint, I identified 15 witnesses. There were at least 25 people in the courtroom.
I discovered two significant discrepancies in the Transcript. On Page 2 of the Transcript, it says that I was sworn in to testify. I wasn’t sworn in. I asked to be sworn in to testify, and Judge Jerry W. Baxter did not allow me to be sworn in. This was a huge violation of the rules and my rights to due process, so I believe Judge Jerry W. Baxter ordered the Transcript to be falsified so this glaring violation would be hidden. The second “discrepancy” is on Page 45 of the Transcript. This page says Judge Jerry W. Baxter announced that any further filings in 2011CV206243 would have to be approved by the Chief Judge. That never happened. Judge Jerry W. Baxter instructed the employees of the Office of the Clerk of the Fulton County Superior Court to refuse to docket and process my filings. I believe he instructed someone to change this page of the Transcript so it would appear there was some basis for the illegal refusal to docket and process my filings. The order issued after the Kangaroo Court Hearing contains no such restriction.
I emailed court reporter Evelyn Parker to ask if there was a tape recording of the hearing. Evelyn Parker replied by email (Exhibit 8) to say “No.” On October 31, 2011, I emailed (Exhibit 9) to ask Evelyn Parker to check with others who were in Judge Jerry W. Baxter’s courtroom about the first discrepancy that I noted. Evelyn Parker never responded. I sent two emails to the attorneys for the Defendants (Exhibit 10 — Exhibit 11) asking them to confirm or deny that the Transcript had been falsified, but they never responded.
The Transcript was clearly falsified. I believe that Judge Jerry W. Baxter instructed his staff to have Evelyn D. Parker change the Transcript to meet his corrupt needs. David Chamberlain and Cristina Schnizler may have been involved. I emailed court reporter Evelyn Parker (Exhibit 12) to ask if Judge Jerry W. Baxter instructed her to falsify the Hearing Transcript. Evelyn Parker never responded. I once again emailed the attorneys for the Defendants (Exhibit 13), but there was no response.
On November 3, 2011, I filed a motion for discovery with the Supreme Court of Georgia. I advised the Supreme Court of my suspicion that the Hearing Transcript was falsified. Exhibit 14 — Exhibit 15 — Exhibit 16. The Supreme Court of Georgia denied my request with no legal justification whatsoever.
On November 2, 2011 and November 3, 2011, I sent faxes to Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Cynthia Wright expressing that I felt Judge Jerry W. Baxter had instructed Evelyn Parker to falsify the Hearing Transcript. There was no response. Exhibit 17 — Exhibit 18.
On November 9, 2011, I attempted to reach the Chief Deputy Administrator of the Fulton County Superior Court, Michael Cuffie. I spoke with Ms. Anita Clarkson. She asked me to send an email with my complaint, and I did. There was no response as had been promised. Exhibit 19 — Exhibit 20 — Exhibit 21 — Exhibit 22.
I repeatedly contacted court reporter Evelyn D. Parker, David Chamberlain, Cristina Schnizler, and Judge Jerry W. Baxter for an explanation. The silence has been deafening.
I have also issued criminal complaints to the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, the Fulton County District Attorney, and the United States Attorney.
I believe Judge Jerry W. Baxter arranged for the Hearing Transcript to be falsified. I hoped that court reporter Evelyn Parker is honest and would tell the truth.
Crimes of the Judicial Council of Georgia
The action and inaction of the Judicial Council of Georgia on this serious charge of felonies by a court reporter and judge prove without question that the Judicial Council of Georgia committed crimes in the handling of this matter. These judicial personnel should be indicted, arrested, convicted, imprisoned, and impeached.
In dismissing this complaint, the members of the Judicial Council of Georgia have committed multiple crimes:
First, each member of the Judicial Council of Georgia has committed Misprision of Felony — 18 U.S.C. 4.
Second, each member of the Judicial Council of Georgia who voted to dismiss the complaint has committed obstruction of justice. Obstruction of Justice and Witness Tampering — 18 U.S.C. Â§ 1503
Third, each member of the Judicial Council of Georgia who voted to dismiss the complaint has committed aiding and abetting the commisison of a felony.
Fourth, once I obtain copies of all other complaints made to the Judicial Council of Georgia, I believe it will show a pattern and practice of similar crimes, and then RICO (Organized Crime) crimes can be shown– 18 U.S.C. Â§ 1961â€“1968 (and violation of the Georgia RICO Act.)
|Judge Carol W. Hunstein
|Judge Charles B. Mikell
|Judge John C. Pridgen
|Judge George H. Carley
Judges on the Judicial Council of Georgia
These judges may be charged with the crimes specified above: Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court — Judge Carol W. Hunstein; Presiding Judge of the Georgia Supreme Court — Judge George H. Carley; Judge Louise Abbott of Savannah, Georgia; Judge Todd A. Blackwell of Milledgeville, Georgia; Chief Judge Martha C. Christian of the Macon Judicial Circuit in Macon, Georgia; Judge Mary T. Cranford of Newnan, Georgia; Judge David Darden of Cobb County in Marietta, Georgia; Judge Deborah A. Edwards of Warner Robins, Georgia; Chief Judge John J. Ellington of the Court of Appeals of Georgia; Judge David T. Emerson of Douglasville, Georgia; Chief Judge Andrew C. Fuller of the Northeastern Judicial Circuit in Gainesville, Georgia; Judge Alan Harvey of Decatur, Georgia; Judge Ronnie Joe Lane of Donalsonville, Georgia; Chief Judge Arch W. McGarity of the Flint Judicial District in McDonough, Georgia; Judge Larry B. Mims of Tifton, Georgia; Judge Mary Kathryn Moss of Savannah, Georgia; Chief Judge Frederick Mullis, Jr. of the Oconee Judicial Circuit in Eastman, Georgia; Judge Rashida Oliver of East Point, Georgia; Presiding Judge Herbert E. Phipps pf the Court of Appeals of Georgia in Atlanta, Georgia; Judge A. Gregory Poole of Cobb County in Marietta, Georgia; Chief Judge John C. Pridgen of the Cordele Judicial Circuit in Cordele, Georgia; Chief Judge Mark Anthony Scott of the Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit in Decatur, Georgia; Judge Mary E. Staley of the Cobb Judicial Circuit in Marietta, Georgia; Chief Judge Lawton E. Stephens of the Western Judicial Circuit in Athens, Georgia; and Chief Judge Cynthia D. Wright of the Fulton County Superior Court and the Atlanta Judicial Circuit in Atlanta, Georgia.
Judicial Council of Georgia
The Georgia state legislature created the Judicial Council of Georgia in 1973; in 1978 the council officially became an administrative arm of the Georgia Supreme Court. The Administrative Office of the Courts serves as staff to the council. Twenty-five representatives of the appellate and trial courts make up the Judicial Council. Judge Carol W. Hunstein, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, is the chairperson. Judge George H. Carley, Presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia acts as the vice-chairperson. Judge John J. Ellington, Chief Judge of the Georgia Court of Appeals, and another judge of the Georgia Court of Appeals, Judge Charles B. Mikell; the presidents and presidents-elect of the superior (Judge John C. Pridgen), state (Judge Larry B. Mims), juvenile (Judge Deborah A. Edwards), probate (Judge Mary Jo Buxton), and magistrate (Judge Mary Kathryn Moss) court councils; the president of the Council of Municipal Court Judges (Judge Rashida O. Oliver); and the ten superior court district administrative judges complete Council membership.
So, we have judges allegedly policing other judges and court personnel. This is a system that we all know does not work because of the dishonesty and corruption in our courts.
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