Georgia Senators and Representatives asked to make Georgia the Model State for Legal and Judicial Reform


Georgia Senators and Representatives have been asked to make Georgia the model state for legal and judicial reform.

I visited the Georgia Capitol on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 where I met with a number of members of the Georgia legislature.

Then today, I followed up with an email to every member of the Georgia House and Senate….

Dear (Senators and Representatives):

I am writing to ask you to join in supporting legislation to make Georgia the model state for legal and judicial reform.

We all have a basic decision to make in life – whether to be truly honest or not. I respectfully submit that if you are truly honest, you must support the legislation that I have proposed. It represents common sense solutions to the horrific problems with our legal system and judicial system. I have previously sent you 17 proposed amendments by email. If you need another copy, please call or email me.

I am just one of many victims of judicial corruption and government corruption.  I am devoting the rest of my life to exposing government corruption because if someone doesn’t step up to try to organize an effort to save America, our children and grandchildren will never have the rights that we were all supposedly guaranteed.

The problem is that few citizens realize what has happened. This is as serious as a heart attack, and it affects every single Georgian.

I have learned from my own experience that many government officials are dishonest, and many are out-and-out corrupt. I can say this because I have contacted local, county, state, and federal officials (of all parties) with undeniable proof of significant corruption, and no one has done a thing. Instead, many of these officials have worked together to thwart my every effort to expose the corruption.  My life savings has been stolen; my life has allegedly been threatened; and I have been denied every form of Constitutional right.

One of the most egregious acts was when I was forcibly removed from the public elevator lobby of the Fulton County Courthouse when I returned at the request of the Fulton County Grand Jury to continue my testimony and present evidence of corruption by Fulton County officials and federal judges.

I was given a Criminal Trespass Warning, and I was told that I would be arrested if I ever again stepped foot in the elevator lobbies of the third, sixth, or seventh floor of the Fulton County Courthouse. Public lobbies in a public building.  I did absolutely nothing to provoke this…except manage to get before the Grand Jury with undeniable evidence that would have led to formal charges against a number of federal judges, the DA, and others.  The judges and DA couldn’t let that happen, so they blocked me from ever having access to the Grand Jury again. Thanks to an observer with an iPhone, I have much of what happened on video.

I could write for days recounting the massive corruption that I personally have experienced. Because three cases that I took to the U.S. Supreme Court received some significant Internet publicity, I have been contacted by over 10,000 people, many of whom have told me their horror stories. Surprisingly, most felt they were probably an isolated case of corruption.  They weren’t.  The corruption is everywhere.  Most victims don’t even realize they were victims of corruption.

Our Constitutional rights are a mirage.

There has been no one in government who will stand up against the evil-doers.  Judges do whatever they want.

Some like to speak of the need to combat “judicial activisim,” but that’s not the real problem.  Sure, judges commit activism when they “change the laws” when issuing orders that conflict with the law and precedents.  But the real problem is that judges do whatever they want; they could care less about the facts and the law when they so choose.  Some like to speak of the need for “judicial accountability,” but the issue is greater than that.

Judges in Georgia (and all across America) regularly commit criminal acts and damage people because they have the power to do it.  Judges answer to no one.

Elected officials ignore the wrongdoing and corruption because they are all part of “the system.”  They protect one another.  In my case, I contacted every member of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House, the President, every federal appellate court judge in America, every federal judge in Georgia, every Fulton County judge, the Fulton County District Attorney, the U.S. Attorney, and many others.  No honest government official could review the letter and information that I sent and do nothing.  No one did a thing. So now I am coming to you.

The so-called “mainstream” media (newspapers, TV, radio) will not cover it.  I have been told they are afraid of the judges and other power brokers.  This will be the biggest scandal in the history of America if the story were exposed.  Instead, they cover it up.

So, here we are. Judges can and will do anything to any of us without concern for the facts or the law.  They will commit crimes to damage us. They will protect and rule for the benefit of their attorney friends and those with money and connections.

They destroy people financially and emotionally.

They rip families apart.

They allow the elderly to be abused physically, mentally, and financially.

They conspire to commit foreclosure fraud and financial fraud.

They deny parents and grandparents the right to see their children and grandchildren, with guardianship and children and family courts often acting as money-making schemes for those favored by the judges.

We do not have the rights to due process.  We do not have the right to a fair trial. We do not have the right to an impartial judge.

We do not have the right to have the laws properly enforced. We may be denied the ability to file a lawsuit, call witnesses, examine or cross-examine witnesses, and the list goes on.

The legal system is a giant money machine for the bad guys.

The system has been completely warped to favor big, rich corporations, campaign donors, bribers, other government officials, and anyone else favored for the wrong reasons.

I don’t have all the answers, but I have a few.  The fundamental problem is dishonesty.  The core problem behind everything is dishonesty.

I don’t know how we can make people be honest.  Dishonesty seems to be a disease in America.  Our proposed legislation will fix this because it will place the power to “police” dishonest judges and attorneys into the hands of 23 special grand jurors.

PLEASE be a part of history.  Help save America, and make Georgia the model for legal and judicial reform!

If you will conduct hearings, I can bring many victims who will testify and provide evidence of corrupt practices by judges in Georgia. There are 80 of us in the Atlanta area alone who have discovered each other over the last year.

I’m a grandfather of two, father of two, husband of 40 years. I’m a retired corporate CEO.  I’ve never been an activist of any type.  I’ve never been arrested.  We pay our taxes, and I’m just a fairly normal guy. It is important for you to accept that everything I am telling you is the absolute truth.  I will not lie.  I carefully research everything.  I can and will prove everything that I say. It is so hard in today’s world to know who knows the truth and is telling the truth.  It’s hard to know what to believe. I implore you to trust and believe me.  I know the truth, and I’m telling it. If you need to know more about me, go to, and click on “Us” on the toolbar.  Then click on “About William M. Windsor.”  I can provide tens of thousands of references.  I’m just a grandpa doing this for the right reasons.

The actions of District Attorney, Paul Howard, Chief Investigator for the District Attorney, Cynthia Nwokocha, and Fulton County Sheriff’s Deputy Lieutenant English in interfering with and blocking my continued testimony before the Fulton County Grand Jury violate two specific Georgia statutes and constitutes felonies.

O.C.G.A. § 16-10-93 provides:

“(a) A person who, with intent to deter a witness from testifying freely, fully, and truthfully to any matter pending in any court, in any administrative proceeding, or before a grand jury, communicates, directly or indirectly, to such witness any threat of injury or damage to the person, property, or employment of the witness or to the person, property, or employment of any relative or associate of the witness or who offers or delivers any benefit, reward, or consideration to such witness or to a relative or associate of the witness shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than five years.

(b)(1) It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to use intimidation, physical force, or threats; to persuade another person by means of corruption or to attempt to do so; or to engage in misleading conduct toward another person with intent to:

(A) Influence, delay, or prevent the testimony of any person in an official proceeding;

(C) Hinder, delay, or prevent the communication to a law enforcement officer, prosecuting attorney, or judge of this state of information relating to the commission or possible commission of a criminal offense or a violation of conditions of probation, parole, or release pending judicial proceedings.”

O.C.G.A. § 16-10-94 provides:

“(a) A person commits the offense of tampering with evidence when, with the intent to prevent the apprehension or cause the wrongful apprehension of any person or to obstruct the prosecution or defense of any person, he knowingly destroys, alters, conceals, or disguises physical evidence or makes, devises, prepares, or plants false evidence.

As you are now aware of these crimes, it is your duty pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 4 to report these crimes to law enforcement. Failure to report the crimes is a felony. I respectfully request that you report these crimes and join with your fellow senators and representatives to conduct public hearings and enact legislation to bring fairness and accountability to the legal system and judicial system.


William M. Windsor

With this letter, I have informed every member of the Georgia legislature about the felonies committed against me when I was blocked from giving the evidence that the Fulton County Grand Jury requested.  I will follow up with each of the members of the legislature, and if they don’t report these felonies to law enforcement, I have no choice but to add them to the corrupt eleted officials list.  Those who do not act will have committed a felony.

I sent interview requests to every member of the House prior to my visit to the Capitol on March 7.  Only 1 of the 200 legislators stopped by to give an on camera interview.  The honorable Senator Donzella James of Atlanta was the only legislator to stop.  I was totally impressed with Senator Donzella James.  She said that she would study our proposed legislation, and she said if I can document what happened to me, she would consider calling for hearings.  Senator Donzella James said she has had a number of her constutuents contact her with absolute horror stories about the judicial corruption that they have experienced.

So, while very disappointed that the rest of the legislators scurried past trying to avoid eye contact, I was overjoyed with Senator Donzella James.  I also had a nice off-camera chat with Representative Rashad Taylor.


I met many victims and advocates of various types.  I also discovered where many of the beautiful women in Georgia hang out; they are working as lobbyists at the Capitol.  I saw FAR MORE lobbyists than anything else.  I have to be honest and say that I feel lobbyists are a big part of our government problems.

This was a good dry run for me.  I realized a number of things that I need.  I wasn’t happy with my hand-letterd signs; I want everything to be professionally-done when it relates to the movie.  My new dolly with a floor worked great, but I still had a variety of things fall off as I traversed the little hills from the parking lot to the Capitol.  Everything must have its own carrying case, and I’ll get some bunjee cords to strap everything down when dollying.  It is impossible to do an effective job alone.  If anyone had been there to help, I cold have taken the microphone and stopped Senators and Representatives as they attempted to avoid me.  I’m going to see if I can get a 100-foot microphone cable to give me the slack to chase after people.  The camera has an 18-time zoom, so I can be a long ways away, and he camera can still zoom in on us.


My $39 megaphone was a star.  It has a record feature, so I recorded my message, and it played with one touch.  Every sign needs an A-frame signboard as I spent much of the day picking up the signs.  A few other notes were made, and I’ll be at the Capitol for another filming session on March 14, 2012..

William M. Windsor

I, William M. Windsor, am not an attorney.  This website expresses my OPINIONS.   The comments of visitors or guest authors to the website are their opinions and do not therefore reflect my opinions.  Anyone mentioned by name in any article is welcome to file a response.   This website does not provide legal advice.  I do not give legal advice.  I do not practice law.  This website is to expose government corruption, law enforcement corruption, political corruption, and judicial corruption.   Whatever this website says about the law is presented in the context of how I or others perceive the applicability of the law to a set of circumstances if I (or some other author) was in the circumstances under the conditions discussed.  Despite my concerns about lawyers in general, I suggest that anyone with legal questions consult an attorney for an answer, particularly after reading anything on this website.  The law is a gray area at best.  Please read our Legal Notice and Terms.

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