Fulton County Georgia Grand Jury Effort is Working – Grand Jury will investigate 11 Corrupt Federal Judges


Great news came in the mail on June 9, 2011 — a letter from the Foreman of the Fulton County Grand Jury.

On Friday, May 6, 2011 at 9:00 am, a courier hand-delivered a letter to the Fulton County District Attorney, the receptionist guard dog at the front of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, and each of the 23 members of the Fulton County Grand Jury that was then in session.  The purpose of this was to bypass the people who block access to the Grand Jury.

It worked!  William M. Windsor managed to place criminal charges against 11 federal judges into the hands of the 23 Grand Jurors….  

I confirmed that Deputy Sheriff Betts received the envelopes and distributed them to the Grand Jurors, but there had been a deafening silence until today.

Were they going to simply ignore me, or would they respond?

On June 11, 2011, I was geared up to spend the day in the lobby outside the Grand Jury Meeting Room with a sign identifying myself and asking to be able to speak to the Grand Jurors.  But today’s mail yielded a June 7, 2011 Letter from Herbert J. Bridgewater, Jr., Grand Jury Foreman.

Mr. Bridgewater’s letter says the grand jurors can’t help me.

BUT WAIT, this is really good news!

Mr. Bridgewater’s letter acknowledged that the grand jurors received my information and “thoroughly” reviewed it.  This is fantastic!!!!  That was my goal, and I succeeded.

Mr, Bridgewater responded to me by letter.  This is fantastic, too!!!!  I hoped for a letter, but there was no guarantee I would ever hear anything.

Mr. Bridgewater explained why the grand jurors could not act on my charges.  This is also fantastic, because he is completely and totally wrong.  I am so excited about this because now I will document for him and each of the grand jurors why the letter is wrong.  Once they review this, I do not believe they have any choice but to invite me to begin presenting my charges to them.

So, at 8:30 am in the morning, my trusty courier will deliver sealed Personal and Confidential envelopes to each of the grand jurors.  Here is my letter:

June 10, 2011

       Mr. Herbert J. Bridgewater, Jr.
       Grand Jury Foreman
       Fulton County Grand Jury
       136 Pryor Street – Third Floor
       Atlanta, GA 30303-3477

Dear Mr. Bridgewater and Grand Jury Members:

Thank you VERY MUCH for your letter of June 7, 2011.

You are mistaken in your impression that you cannot address the issues that I raised. Please allow me to explain.

You referred to O.C.G.A. § 15-12-71. This statute has four subsections. NONE of them say that the only investigations are investigations of county office or county public building or any public authority of the county or the office of any county officer, any court or court official of the county, the county board of education, or the county school superintendents.

The only mention of the investigations listed in your letter to me are in O.C.G.A. § 15-12-71 (b) (2). That subsection refers ONLY to inspections of county facilities. O.C.G.A. § 15-12-71 (b) is TOTALLY SEPARATE from O.C.G.A. § 15-12-71 (a).

O.C.G.A. § 15-12-71 (a) provides:

“(a) The duties of a grand jury shall be confined to such matters and things as it is required to perform by the Constitution and laws

The charges that you have the obligation to consider involve the following state crimes:

RICO — 16-14-1 et seq; Theft by Deception — O.C.G.A. 16-8-3; False Statements to State — Violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-20; Tampering with Evidence — O.C.G.A. 16-10-94; Perjury — Violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-70; Subornation of Perjury — Violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-72 and O.C.G.A. 16-10-93; Witness Tampering — Violation of O.C.G.A. 16-10-93.

The Georgia Constitution similarly allows you to consider these charges:

This Court has an obligation to citizens to “insure justice to all.” So says the Preamble to the Georgia Constitution, and this is emphasized in the Bill of Rights to the Georgia Constitution. I have been denied justice through the efforts of what I believe a jury will declare to be in violation of the Georgia RICO statutes.

Article I, Section I, Paragraph I of the Georgia Constitution provides that “No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property except by due process of law.”

Article I, Section I, Paragraph II of the Georgia Constitution provides that “Protection to person and property is the paramount duty of government and shall be impartial and complete. No person shall be denied the equal protection of the laws.”

Article I, Section I, Paragraph IX of the Georgia Constitution provides that “The people have the right to assemble peaceably for their common good and to apply by petition or remonstrance to those vested with the powers of government for redress of grievances.”

Article I, Section I, Paragraph XII of the Georgia Constitution provides that “No person shall be deprived of the right to prosecute or defend, either in person or by an attorney, that person’s own cause in any of the courts of this state.”

I have been denied these rights by people operating corruptly in Fulton County, Georgia. Abuses have been committed by residents of Fulton County Georgia. They are breaking the law and committing crimes right here in Fulton County.

If you will stop and think for just a second about what you have been asked to do thus far as grand jurors, you will realize that the District Attorney’s Office has brought criminal charges to you for your consideration pursuant to Georgia statutes. The only difference in this case is that I have bought the charges rather than the District Attorney’s Office.

The Fulton County Grand Jury’s Power of Presentment gives you the established right to consider my charges. There are a number of precedents by the Fulton County Grand Jury.

My Recommendation

Here’s what I recommend. First, allow me to come and give a short presentation so that the grand jury will realize the gravity of the situation and have an opportunity to evaluate me as a complainant and witness.

Second, subpoena two documents that will prove to you that fraud and obstruction of justice have been committed. It will take you less than 60 seconds to make this determination by comparing the two documents filed under seal by Judge Evans that you will receive pursuant to the subpoena with the actual documents provided by the State of New York and the Province of Ontario.

Third, subpoena Mr. Paul Howard, Jr., the Fulton County District Attorney, and ask him under oath whether your grand jury has the power and right to pursue the criminal and Constitutional violations that I have presented. Please be aware that among the charges I will be presenting to you or a special grand jury are violations by the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, so they must not be advising you in this case.

Fourth, if necessary, subpoena the Georgia Attorney General’s Office to explain your grand jury’s powers and rights to pursue the criminal and Constitutional violations that I have presented.

I ask that you allow me to be present for the review of the documents and allow me to question Mr. Howard and/or the Attorney General. That way, I can ensure that the truth is told in the least time possible. I am proposing that I serve as the grand jury’s “investigator” in this matter as I am best-suited to do the work, and the District Attorney’s Office has a conflict.

Fifth, your grand jury’s effort probably should be limited to reviewing enough information to determine that you should call for a Special Grand Jury to be impaneled to fully investigate these matters.

Enclosed is an affidavit from another victim in Fulton County, Georgia. I can provide many such witnesses, if needed.

Please call me. I carry my cell phone at all times — 404-###-####.  I can testify today or at any time.


William M. Windsor

Office: currently confidential 

Fax: 770-234-4106

Original Story:

Most people who try to reach a grand jury with their charges against corrupt judges and corrupt government officials never make it past the “guards.”  In my case, the District Attorney totally ignored my letters detailing my criminal charges.  In Fulton County, the Grand Jury Room is behind locked doors inside the District Attorney’s office — even though distirct attorneys have no power or authority whatsoever over the grand juries!  The receptionist is surly, and it was clear to me that her job is to give as little information as possible and keep people away.

So, here is my Plan of Attack:

The Grand Jury is in session on Tuesdays and Fridays starting at 8:30 am.  At 9:00 am, my courier shows up with 25 sealed PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL envelopes and a loose letter to the receptionist.  The courier’s instructions are to give the receptionist two envelopes with letters to the Fulton County District Attorney and theFulton County Employee responsible for the Grand Jury as well as the cover letter to the receptionist.  The courier will ask the receptionist to read the letter that I have addressed to to her:

Receptionist Letter

Dear Receptionist:

The courier is delivering one PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL envelope for each member of the Grand Jury.  Please ensure that these envelopes are personally delivered to each grand juror.  I would like to have the courier deliver each one and obtain a signature from each grand juror.  If this is not possible, we will take your signature.


These envelopes contain nothing related to any matter before the Grand Jury at this time.  The envelopes do contain information about criminal charges against the Fulton County District Attorney and certain federal judges operating in Fulton County, Georgia.

Please call me to confirm delivery to each grand juror.  If I do not receive such confirmation, I will come to your office to speak with the grand jurors as they enter and leave your office.  If the grand jurors report that they did not receive the Personal and Confidential envelope from me, I will call the police and pursue all legal remedies available to me.

Please call me. I carry my cell phone at all times — 404-###-####.


William M. Windsor

The important thing to me about this letter is that it puts the receptionist on notice.  She is being told in writing (and I will have a signature of receipt obtained by the courier) that this is PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL  information that she has a legal obligation to have delivered directly to the grand jurors.

Letter to Fulton County District Attorney

Mr. Paul Howard, Jr.
Fulton County District Attorney
136 Pryor Street — Third Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303-3477
Fax: 404-893-2769

Dear Mr. Howard:

I wrote to you in February asking you to advise the grand jury that they have the power to investigate the criminal acts of nine federal judges in Atlanta.  This is one of the most serious issues that our country has ever faced.  You ignored my letter and these criminal acts.  This is a violation of 18 U.S.C.§4, and I am today approaching the Grand Jury directly to investigate violation of this statute by you and your office as well as the criminal charges against federal judges operating in Fulton County, Georgia.

As you are well aware, you and your office have no authority over the grand jury. I am at this time delivering Personal and Confidential letters to each member of the Grand Jury.  If you or anyone with Fulton County interferes with the delivery of these envelopes, I believe you will be committing additional crimes.

It is your responsibility to ensure that these envelopes are delivered.  Please ask someone to call me to confirm that these were placed into the hands of each Grand Juror.  If I do not receive such confirmation, I will come to your office to speak with the grand jurors as they enter and leave your office.  If the grand jurors report that they did not receive the Personal and Confidential envelope from me, I will call the police.

Please call me. I carry my cell phone at all times — ###-###-####.


William M. Windsor

Enclosure: February 2011 Letter

The important thing to me about this letter is that I am putting the District Attorney on notice that I believe he is violating the law by ignoring my complaints of criminal violations.  By advising him that I will be asking the Grand Jury to investigate him and his office, I am hoping that this stops the DA from trying to interfere.  If he blocks my attempts to have him investigated, it’s even worse than if he simply blocks my complaints against the judges.

Letter to the Grand Jurors

May 6, 2011

Grand Jury Members
136 Pryor Street – Third Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303-3477

Dear Grand Jury Members:

I need your help. Your loved ones and our children and grandchildren need your help. What has happened to me can happen to you and your loved ones. Government corruption is one of the most serious issues that our county and our country have ever faced, and believe it or not, the Fulton County Grand Jury may be our only hope to do something about it.

I am just a fairly normal 62-year old retired father and grandfather.  I pay my taxes. We go to Peachtree Presbyterian Church.  I’ve never been arrested or accused of committing a crime.  I haven’t even had a traffic or parking ticket in over 10 years.  I have never used drugs of any type.  I drive my granddaughter’s carpool one day a week.  I’m as honest and law-abiding a citizen as you will meet.  I sold a business in 2001 and took early retirement. We moved to Fulton County to be near our daughter in anticipation that there would be grandchildren, and we have been rewarded with three granddaughters!

I always thought that courts were fair.  I always thought that judges were honest.  Sadly, I now know that some of the federal judges working in Fulton County are as crooked as pretzels.  They commit criminal acts while hiding behind their robes.  I am far from the only person who has experienced this. I have been contacted by many thousands of people since I set up a website to expose the corruption.

What all of this means to you is that I am writing to ask you to allow me to speak to the Grand Jury.  I have proof of numerous criminal acts by federal judges in Fulton County.

I have been trying to get this information to a jury for over five years.  Due to the nature of the information that I have to present to you — government corruption, various government officials have done everything they can to block me from reaching you.  My claims have been presented to the U.S. Attorney, FBI, Attorney General, and every member of the House and Senate , but they have ignored it all.  They haven’t ignored it because it isn’t true; they have ignored it because they are covering up for the corrupt judges.  My letters to your Grand Jury have apparently been intercepted.  My attempts to get the District Attorney’s office to allow me to speak to you have been ignored.

So, I have resorted to showing up here outside your meeting room to try to reach some of you personally.

You will be absolutely shocked and appalled when you see and hear the evidence that I have.  You will discover that the rights you thought you had as a citizen do not exist with some federal judges in Fulton County.

You have the power to allow me to speak to you.

I will take as little or as much time as you choose to give me.  I am convinced that if you listen to me for five minutes, you will want to see and hear more.

Your grand jury has the power of Presentment, as provided in the Bill of Rights — 5th Article of Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a Presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury.”

A Presentment is an accusation of an offense, made by a grand jury on its own, upon its own observation and knowledge, or upon evidence before it, and without any bill of indictment laid before it by the government.  Upon a Presentment from a grand jury, the proper officer of the court must frame an indictment.

From your experience as a grand juror, you know that government officials (Assistant District Attorneys) have prepared indictments and have given them to your grand jury for consideration.  But a Presentment is different because the Presentment originates in the grand jury.  The grand jury discovers an offense on its own.  It observes and collects evidence of the offense, and the government has nothing to do with it.   The grand jury is independent.  An indictment is then based on the Presentment.

The District Attorney’s Office cannot tell you what to do or not do.  The District Attorney has no power over the Grand Jury as you are absolutely independent.  See the attached case law if you want proof of this.  It is vital that you understand that YOU and YOU ALONE have the power to do what you want to do.  The District Attorney’s Office has no power whatsoever over you!

In United States v. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 47 (1992), Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, delivered the opinion of the Supreme Court: “the grand jury is not part of the three branches of government set forth in the Constitution.” Justice Scalia also says the grand jury “is an institution separate from the courts, over whose functioning the courts do not preside.”

Your obligation is to call me to provide testimony and proof of these criminal violations.  You will then have the ability to subpoena the judges.  Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says this is your obligation.  You also have a legal obligation pursuant to 18 U.S.C.§4 to report these crimes to law enforcement authorities.  I enclose a copy of that statute as well as some additional information on me.

Please call me. I carry my cell phone at all times — 404-###-####. I can testify at any time.


William M. Windsor
Office: currently confidential
Fax: 770-234-4106 — Cell: 404-###-####

Note: I did not provide the Receptionist or the District Attorney with a copy of the letter to the Grand Jurors.  I did not want them to know what I was sending PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL to the Grand Jurors.  The less they know, the better chance they might not try to interfere.

Case Law on Grand Jury Powers

I also included a page with this information:

High Court Justice Lewis Powell, in United States v. Calandra, 414 U.S. 338, 343 (1974), said this: “The institution of the grand jury is deeply rooted in Anglo-American history. [n3] In England, the grand jury [p343] served for centuries both as a body of accusers sworn to discover and present for trial persons suspected of criminal wrongdoing and as a protector of citizens against arbitrary and oppressive governmental action. In this country, the Founders thought the grand jury so essential to basic liberties that they provided in the Fifth Amendment that federal prosecution for serious crimes can only be instituted by “a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury.” Cf. Costello v. United States, 350 U.S. 359, 361-362 (1956). The grand jury’s historic functions survive to this day. Its responsibilities continue to include both the determination whether there is probable cause to believe a crime has been committed and the protection of citizens against unfounded criminal prosecutions. Branzburg v. Hayes, 408 U.S. 665, 686-687 (1972).”

So the grand jury has two purposes, says Justice Powell: deciding whether a crime has been committed and protecting the citizen from the government. In United States v. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 47 (1992), Justice Antonin Scalia, delivered the opinion of the Supreme Court:

“[R]ooted in long centuries of Anglo-American history,” Hannah v. Larche, 363 U. S. 420, 490 (1960) (Frankfurter, J., concurring in result), the grand jury is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but not in the body of the Constitution. It has not been textually assigned, therefore, to any of the branches described in the first three Articles. It “is a constitutional fixture in its own right.” United States v. Chanen, 549 F. 2d 1306, 1312 (CA9) (quoting Nixon v. Sirica, 159 U. S. App. D. C. 58, 70, n. 54, 487 F. 2d 700, 712, n. 54 (1973)), cert. denied, 434 U. S. 825 (1977).”

So, since the grand jury is not part of the three branches of government set forth in the Constitution — Justice Scalia also says the grand jury “is an institution separate from the courts, over whose functioning the courts do not preside.” – it is perfectly reasonable to characterize the grand jury as the “fourth branch of government.”

In the same place, Justice Scalia says this: “. . . In fact, the whole theory of its function is that it belongs to no branch of the institutional Government, serving as a kind of buffer or referee between the Government and the people. See Stirone v. United States, 361 U.S. 212, 218 (1960); Hale v. Henkel, 201 U.S. 43, 61 (1906); G. Edwards, The Grand Jury 28-32 (1906). Although the grand jury normally operates, of course, in the courthouse and under judicial auspices, its institutional relationship with the Judicial Branch has traditionally been, so to speak, at arm’s length. Judges’ direct involvement in the functioning of the grand jury has generally been confined to the constitutive one of calling the grand jurors together and administering their oaths of office. See United States v. Calandra, 414 U.S. 338, 343 (1974); Fed.Rule Crim.Proc. 6(a). [504 U.S. 36, 48]”

Notice! The only thing the judge should do, says the Supreme Court, is assemble the grand jurors and swear them in. That’s all! Again, the court does not preside over it. The grand jury goes to work “as a kind of buffer or referee between the Government and the people.” The grand jury protects the people. It oversees the government. It does that by investigating the government, by rooting out government corruption.

 About Me – William M. Windsor 

I included a page with my photo and this brief bio:

I am just a reasonably normal 62-year-old husband, father, and grandfather. My wife and I have been married for 40 years. Our daughter has two girls.

I am best described as a serial entrepreneur. I have started over 50 companies in my 42-year career. I began my career as a junior at Texas Tech University in 1969.  I became involved in the T-shirt business, and after eight years as a retailer, wholesaler, and manufacturer, I launched the trade magazine and trade show for the industry in 1977.  I am considered by many to be the father of the multi-billion dollar “imprinted sportswear industry.”  I started other magazines and shows, and sold the company in 1981.

I have owned and/or operated many magazines and trade shows, travel businesses, retail stores, manufacturing companies, printing company, typesetting business, advertising agency, marketing companies, convention services businesses, souvenir and gift businesses, tourist attractions, resort businesses,  music businesses, computer software company, a consulting company, a food franchise, internet businesses, and more.  I have written numerous articles, books, training programs, and manuals.  I have spoken at conferences and trade shows across North America and in Europe, Australia, and China.

From 1992 to 1996, I was President of Advanstar Expositions, a company owned at the time by Goldman Sachs.  Advanstar was one of the largest producers of trade shows and conferences in the world.  From 1996 to 2001, I was CEO of 1st Communications, a company owned by Bain Capital, Triumph Capital Group, and me.  1st Communications made a series of multi-million dollar acquisitions to build one of the largest trade show businesses — the largest in terms of the number of annual events.  1st Communications also developed one of the first online job and resume businesses using a network of over 1,000 web sites.  That business was sold to The Washington Post in 2001, and I “retired” to Atlanta, Georgia to be near grandchildren-to-be.

I discovered corruption in the federal courts in Fulton County, Georgia, and I will not stop until these judges are exposed and other citizens are protected from the corrupt courts.  My friends will tell you that I am as tenacious as they come.  I will spend the rest of my life on this if necessary.

I included a photo because I wanted them to see that I don’t appear to be a nutcase.  I wanted them to know a little about me, because I believe it will be harder for nice, honest people to turn away someone who they may feel some type of connection with.  I suggest adding even more details about your background.  Leave out anything that could be controversial.

What’s Next


William S. Duffey
Judge charged!

Since the phone rang with confirmation that my letters were given to each Grand Juror, my mission has been accomplished.  Now it’s up to the 23 Grand Jurors.  Surely they will grant me at least five minutes to present a summary of my charges.

If I had not received that confirmation, I would have mailed certified letters return receipt to each of the 23 grand jurors (Grand Juror #1, Grand Juror #2, etc. c/o Fulton County District Attorney’s Office – Grand Jury Room.  That way, if someone interfered with the personal and confidential mail, I would ask the U.S. Postal Service to become involved.  I would also have gone down to the public lobby outside the grand jury room on Tuesday at 8:30 am when the Grand Jury was next in session.  I would have handed my letters to everyone I saw, and I would plead my case to any grand juror who would stop for a second.

Surely one of these efflorts will work.  If not, my only remaining option was to go door-to-door to every elected county official’s office until I get someone to sign my petition.  If the Grand Jurors do not grant me an audience, I will do this because the end result would be the impaneling of a Special Grand Jury solely for the purpose of investigating my charges.

On the afternoon of May 6, 2011, I renewed efforts to try to get the judge recused in one of my cases.  This judge, William S. Duffey, has violated every manner of my Constitutional rights, and I am not even allowed to file anything except a 5-page or less REQUEST to file something (none of which he grants).  So, I sent a Request for Specific Approval to file a Motion to Recuse Judge William S. Duffey because the Fulton County Grand Jury is now considering criminal charges filed against him by me.  He’ll probably ignore it AGAIN, but that will just be added to my huge list of his violations.

Article of Amendment V of the Bill of Rights gives grand juries the power of Presentment.  In a Presentment, the grand jury independently brings charges, usually against corrupt government officials.  So my effort is pursuant to the Grand Jury’s power of Presentment.

Stay Tuned!

Documents that I Used – Microsoft Word Files:

Receptionist Letter

Letter to District Attorney — May 6, 2011

Letter to District Attorney — February 2011  (I suggest that you send such a letter to the District Attorney and the U.S. Attorney as a first step.  Your goal is to establish that they ignored your information.)

Letter to Congress and others — February 2011  (I suggest that you also send these letters.  You want to establish that you have tried hard to get the government to do something.)

Letter to the Grand Jurors

Mailing Labels used on the Envelopes (Make everything look professional.  be sure PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL is big and bold.  This is Avery label 5164.)

Fax to Fulton County District Attorney after Envelopes were not accepted initially

Proof of Delivery to Agent for Grand Jurors — I also made notes about my conversation with him on this sheet.

Article of Amendment V of the Bill of Rights

Request for Specific Approval to file a Motion to Recuse Judge William S. Duffey (Once you have submitted criminal charges against the judge, you may have a better chance at getting the judge to recuse himself.)

Motion for Recusal by Judge William S. Duffey

Petition to Disqualify Judge William S. Duffey

Petition to Disqualify Judge William S. Duffey: Appendix 1Appendix 2Appendix 3

Grand Juries — Wikipedia 

Grand Juries — Constitution Society

Opening the Grand Jury — Constitution Society

Federal Statute on Grand Juries — 18 U.S.C. § 3332  

Statutes that have been Violated:

Honest Services Fraud — 18 U.S.C. §1346 — Read about Honest Services Fraud

RICO (Organized Crime) — 18 U.S.C. § 1961p-1968

Criminal Judicial Misconduct

Theft by Deception — O.C.G.A. 16-8-3

False Statements to State — O.C.G.A. 16-10-20

Tampering with Evidence — O.C.G.A. 16-10-94 

18 U.S.C. § 1341Mail Fraud

18 U.S.C. § 1001 — False Swearing — Making False Statements

Perjury — 18 U.S.C. § 1621

Perjury — 18 U.S.C. § 1623

Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-70

Conspiracy to Defraud United States — 18 U.S.C. § 371

Obstruction of Justice and Witness Tampering — 18 U.S.C. § 1503

Subornation of Perjury — 18 USC § 1622

Subornation of Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-72

Subornation of Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-93

Witness Tampering — O.C.G.A. 16-10-93

Misprision of Felony — 18 U.S.C. 4

[NOTE: O.C.G.A. applies to Georgia only.  Research these same violations for your state — Here’s an index to make it easy.]

I am not an attorney.  I imagine there are other statutes that have been broken.

Some Other Possible Statutes:

Bribery — 18 U.S.C. 201-227

Conspiracy against rights — 18 U.S. C. 241

Deprivation of rights under color of law — 18 U.S.C. 242

Fraud by wire, radio, or television — 18 U.S.C. 1343

Attempt and conspiracy to Commit Fraud — 18 U.S.C. 1349

Theft or alteration of record or process; false bail — 18 U.S.C. 1506

Obstruction of court orders — 18 U.S.C. 1509

Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant — 18 U.S.C. 1512

I will be adding a document that explains each of the statutes that has been violated, with the elements required to prove each.  I will also add the outline for the presentation that I will make to the Grand Jury and my Formal Charges.

Courtesy of GRIP — Government Reform & Integrity Platform


As regular readers know, those who have met through have formed an effort called GRIP — Government Reform & Integrity Platform

So, let’s refer to this plan as the GRIP Grand Jury Plan.

We have also drafted proposed legislation for every state that we believe will resolve most of the problems with judicial corruption.

If you haven’t joined our cause on Facebook, please click here and invest 10 seconds.

Step-by-Step Procedures

1.  Research your state’s statutes on grand juries.  Determine what types of grand juries exist in your state, and determine what the laws are relative to grand juries.  A Yahoo search for (your state) criminal statutes will probably return what you need.  The searches to do are: (your state name) grand jury — (your state name) grand jury presentment — (your state name) grand jury procedures.  (This is the Georgia statute on grand juries.)  According to my research, at least these states have county grand juries: Arizona, California, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Nevada, North Carolina, New Jersey and Oregon.  Check your state’s laws on Special Grand Juries.  

Size of Grand Juries by StateGrand Jury Term by StateOther Helpful Grand Jury Information

2.  Call or visit the county district attorney’s office for where the crimes took place.  (This isn’t your home…but where the judges or government officials committed the crimes.)  Call the general information number for the county, and they will give you the district attorney’s number.  Don’t identify yourself or provide any information if you don’t have to.  Simply ask: When and where does the grand jury meet?  Is there a grand jury inn session now?  What days do they meet, and what time do they start each day?  I suggest a visit to the grand jury area before you do anything else just so you will have the lay of the land for when you or an agent delivers your sealed envelopes.  Be able to tell an agent where the grand jury room is, where there is someone posted who may deny access, etc.  Casually ask the name of any receptionists or security people.

3.  Check the U.S. Department of Justice website to determine the name and contact information for the U.S. Attorney responsible for the area where the crimes took place.

4.  Research the state statutes for the crimes that yuou feel were committed.  Note the statutes as you will need to cite them.  Identify the specific federal and state statutes that you believe were violated and the names of the people who violated each.

5.  Send a letter to the district attorney and the U.S. Attorney summarizing your charges and asking for a meeting.  Send it certified mail, return receipt so you have proof it was received.  I also fax everything so I have a fax confirmation page as well.

6.  Take notes of everything that you do, hear, etc.  Always write confirmation letters to memorialize any discussions with government officials.  Date and note the time of everything that you and others do.

To be continued….

Previous Grand Jury Article — February 23, 2011

Previous Grand Jury Article — April 23, 2011

Previous Grand Jury Article — May 3, 2011

William M. Windsor 

I am not an attorney.  I cannot give legal advice.  Please make your own determinations or seek legal advice should you know an honest attorney.

P.S.  Thanks to Commander Walter Fitzpattrick who educated me on the importance of grand juries and the Power of Presentment back in January.  Thanks to Mairi and many others who have provided information and books.

This manual is intended purely as a communication of information in accordance with the right of free speech. It does not constitute either general or specific legal advice. Anyone seeking legal advice should consult a competent professional. Neither the author, editor or publisher guarantee that using this information will result in success or protect the reader from harm. The reader must accept that risk, and thoroughly study the law before using any of this material. Readers must take full responsibility for the consequences of any actions taken based on the contents of this manual.

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