Huge Crowd at Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta Georgia during Petitioning to Stop Corrupt Courts


There was a huge crowd today at the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia.

William M. Windsor, Betty Scott, Shellie Youhoing-Nanan, and her family manned the clipboards and collected signatures on a petition seeking honesty in government, protection of our fundamental rights under the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

There was extensive media coverage…

I was interviewed and filmed by two local television crews.  Shellie, Betty, and I also met with a reporter for the PBS show Frontline.


We met interesting people.¬† The Law Clerk for Judge Ural D. Glanville stopped by to debate whether the courts are corrupt.¬† He says Judge Glanville is not corrupt.¬† I asked him why Judge Glanville took no action when I sent him (and all of the Fulton County judges) a letter detailing crimes by the District Attorney and many judges.¬† The Clerk responded that Judge Glanville “didn’t have jurisdiction.”¬† I reminded him that there are no jurisdictional limits on corrupt government officials or the obligations of 18 U.S.C. 4.

The powers-that-be all knew we were there!  The looks of hatred from most of the courthouse employees who walked by avoiding eye contact was a sight to behold.  I hope they all realize that they are committing a crime every time they aid and abet the criminal acts of their superiors.

Folks, we need this petitioning in every county in America. We have five counties in Georgia now in the preparation stage.¬† Please email me at Bill@LawlessAmerica.com and volunteer to coordinate your county.¬† If we bitch and complain and don’t act, nothing will change, and our children and grandchildren are doomed to life in a police state.

I am setting up a new website to skewer Fulton County; it’s www.FultonCountyGeorgia.net.¬† I encourage you to register a domain for your county; I will provide free web hosting.


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William M. Windsor

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