Investigation of Ellis County Texas Corruption in Case of Bill Windsor is Underway


Investigation of Ellis County Texas Corruption in the case of Bill Windsor is now underway.

Bill Windsor sent a packet of information to judges and law enforcement officials all over Texas and in Washington, DC.

It appears that some folks are actually doing something with the information...

Bill Windsor was contacted today by one of the media groups that he contacted.  They say they will be doing a story!

How wonderful is this!


It is an interesting time as things have gone stone cold silent in Ellis County Texas for the last two weeks.  Investigations by the Judicial Misconduct Commission is ongoing against Judge  Cindy Ermatinger as well as Bas Association complaints against Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran.  Bill Windsor mailed the package with his criminal charges to every known staff member with the Ellis County District Attorney’s Office.  That should have gotten a few tongues wagging in the DA’s Office.  Patrick Wilson s a crook who needs to go to prison for the rest of his life.
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