Court Records Scam gets Scammier in Georgia Federal Court


On May 17, 2011, I demanded copies of my own court records from the Office of the Clerk of the Court for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.  I was not given anything.

On June 2, 2011, I received a letter from the Clerk of the Court, James N. Hatten, stating that the U.S. government will not provide my records to me.

It’s all part of a big SCAM where court records are manipulated to defraud honest folks like you and me….

The “Standing Order In re: Electronic Case Filing Standing Order No. 04-01 and Administrative Procedures” on the court clerk’s website. Section V Public Access on page APP.H – A 13 says: “Access to the electronic docket and documents filed in ECF is available to the public at no charge at the Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.”


Nothing but a lie.  I am being denied these records.  Period.  Paragraph.

Here’s the Letter from the Clerk of the Court.  The Clerk of the Court himself responded, and did so in writing, with signature, denying me access to the authentication records in my own cases. 

This whole situation is extremely important, because it shows that the Clerk of the U.S. Court, James N. Hatten, apparently feels confident that even if he provides me full clear evidence of his criminality, he will suffer no consequences.   Others have never been able to obtain such direct evidence from any clerk of any court, state or U.S.  This places the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia much higher in the scale of corruption.

Those of you who have gotten to know me know that I don’t take no for an answer.  So, I served Requests for Production of Documents on seven people today.

Here are my Requests to the Clerk of the Court.

Here are my Requests to one of his filing clerks.  I served five of these in total.

Here are my Requests to one of the Defendant Judge’s assistants.

I also sent four letters to Mr. Hatten with additional requests — Letter 1Letter 2Letter 3Letter 4

If I get my hands on the Notices of Electronic Filing (NEFs), I will have definitive proof of the scam.  So, we have to hope that the judge in my Fulton County Superior Court action against secven federal judges and nine judicial employees will compel them to produce these documents when they refuse to produce them.

Anyone involved with a case off judicial corruption should request the NEFs in your case.  They will probably give you tangible, undeniable proof of wrongdoing.

I also served interrogatories today.

Here are my First Interrogatories to the Clerk of the Courtone of his filing clerks — and Judge Duffey’s assistant.

In addition, I sent letters to two of the court employees and two attorneys requesting dates when I can take their depositions.

All of this will get things heated up mighty fast with this lawsuit!

Georgia law is much more favorable than federal rules on discovery.  With a little luck, I will have discovery before a preliminary injunction hearing is held and before answers or motions to dismiss are filed.  My focus is on the employees as I believe they might tell the truth, especially if they are afraid of the potential consequences for committing perjury in a case with me, who they know will pursue them relentlessly and try to get them convicted if they lie under oath.

Even if they file motions to dismiss, I have 30 days to respond.  All of my discovery requests will be due well before my response date.  If they don’t comply, I will be able to fight that battle before dealing with their motions to dismiss.

A United States Attorney may try to represent all of the parties.  I will object to that because it is the United States Attorney’s Office who would have to pursue criminal charges against all of the Defendants.

William M. Windsor

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