Lawless America…The Movie: Georgia State Senator Donzella James will investigate Judicial Corruption in Atlanta, Georgia


Lawless America…The Movie has begun filming.  Atlanta, Georgia is the first stop on the 50-state movie trip.

In Atlanta, Georgia State Senator Donzella James said she will investigate judicial corruption in Georgia.

William M. Windsor of www.LawlessAmerica.com interviewed Senator Donzella James at the Georgia State Capitol as part of the filming of the documentary.

Bill Windsor is traveling to all 50 states  and the District of Columbia filming a documentary and hundreds of videos that will expose judicial corruption and government corruption for America to see.

At each Capitol, Bill will ask elected officials whether they will act to stop corruption in their state.  Georgia State Senator Donzella James was the ONLY member of the Georgia House or Senate who accepted Bill Windsor’s invitation to be interviewed.

As you will see in this video, all it may take is one such legislator in each state.

The video has not been edited for use in the documentary or any of the videos, but I wanted to post it so people can see some of what we hope to accomplish with this film and the filming.  In each state capital, we will have invited members of the state government to appear on camera, and we will hand deliver proposed legislation that should all but eliminate corruptioon in the legal system. 

If you would like to be interviewed for the movie, please read the latest update on www.LawlessAmerica.com, and email Bill@LawlessAmerica.com.


William M. Windsor

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