Judicial Council of Georgia conceals records that Candidate for Judge says should prove Organized Crime Activities


A candidate for Chief Magistrate Judge in Cobb County Georgia believes The Judicial Council of Georgia is concealing documents that will prove the Judicial Council of Georgia functions as a criminl racketeering enterprise to conceal the crimes of Georgia judges and judicial personnel.

Bill Windsor says he has documented criminal acts by the Judicial Council of Georgia in covering up falsification of court transcripts by court reporter Evelyn D. Parker and Judge Jerry W. Baxter.

Windsor issued a Georgia Open Records Act request to the Judicial Council of Georgia, and they are hiding the documents that Windsor says will prove a pattern and practice of obstruction of justice.

Windsor received a letter from Cynthia Clanton, General Counsel for the Judicial Council of Georgia.  Cynthia Clanton’s letter claims that Windsor was provided with the full file related to Complaint 2011-31, Windsor’s complaint.  The file that Windsor received proves that no investigation of any type was done on Windsor’s verified complaint, and the file shows that the Judicial Council of Georgia has concealed the alleged vote of its members that dismissed Windsor’s complaint.

Windsor said: “I am very confident that if we can force the Judicial Council of Georgia to release their files, we will find a pattern and practice of dismissing valid complaints.  This would constitute the crime of obstruction of justice as well as aiding and abetting court reporters and judges in the falsification of court records.”

Windsor has filed criminal charges against the Judicial Council of Georgia, and he has sent all of his evidence to the FBI demanding an investigation.  Unfortunately, Windsor’s experience is that the FBi will ignore the proof of crimes by judges.  He expect more of the same.

Windsor will be meeting with members of the Georgia legislature tomorrow, and he will be asking them to conduct hearings.  Unfortunately, every member of the Georgia legislature has thus far ignored all reports of judicial corruption that Windsor has submitted to them.

William M. Windsor

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