I have filed a Petition for Writ of Mandamus with The United States Supreme Court.
I am seeking to have all of the judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit disqualified as a judge in any matter involving me.
Petition for Writ of Mandamus to Disqualify Judges of the Eleventh Circuit
I seek to have the following judges disqualified: Judge Joel F. Dubina, Judge Rosemary Barkett, Judge Edward Earl Carnes, Judge James Larry Edmondson, Judge Frank M. Hull, Judge Stanley Marcus, Judge William H. Pryor, Jr., Judge Gerald Bard Tjoflat, Judge Beverly B. Martin, Judge Susan H. Black, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge James C. Hill, Judge Peter T. Fay, Judge Phyllis A. Kravitch, Judge R. Lanier Anderson, and Judge Emmett Ripley Cox.
The following information is taken from the Petition:
“Windsor is seeking a Petition for Writ of Mandamus to disqualify all judges in the Eleventh Circuit from presiding in any civil actions involving Windsor. Windsor seeks this relief pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 20 as authorized by 28 U.S.C.§1651(a).
“The Questions Presented to The Supreme Court are:
1. Whether the judges of the Eleventh Circuit could be expected to have an extra-judicial bias for their fellow judges.
2. Whether the judges of the Eleventh Circuit could be expected to have an extra-judicial bias against pro se parties.
3. Whether federal judges in the Eleventh Circuit should be stopped from committing illegal and corrupt acts to obstruct justice and inflict bias on litigants.
4. Whether the judges of the Eleventh Circuit could be expected to have a bias against Windsor.
5. Whether the average reasonable person knowing all the facts could doubt that judges of the Eleventh Circuit might be expected to have a bias against Windsor.
6. Whether rulings of the Eleventh Circuit on extra-judicial bias conflict with the precedent of The Supreme Court.
7. Whether anyone in the federal judiciary cares about honesty, decency, perjury, subornation of perjury, fraud upon the courts, and crimes committed by federal judges from the bench.
8. Whether The Supreme Court is prepared to declare that the Constitution and its amendments must no longer be void in the Eleventh Circuit.
9. Whether The Supreme Court will not be afraid to disclose the corruption in the federal courts.
“A reasonable person would question the impartiality of any judge in litigation involving another judge who has been a friend for as long as 32 years.
“Judge Evans has been a federal judge since 1978. She has been a federal judge in Atlanta longer than all 11 of the active federal judges at the Eleventh Circuit. Judge Edmondson–1986, Judge Dubina–1990, Judge Carnes–1992, Judge Black–1992, Judge Barkett–1994, Judge Hull–1997, Judge Marcus–1997, Judge Wilson–1999, Judge Pryor–2005, and Judge Martin–2010. Only Judge Tjoflat has been a federal judge longer — 1975, but he joined the Eleventh Circuit three years after Judge Evans became an Atlanta federal judge. Two Senior Judges have slightly more seniority: Judge Hill–1976, Judge Fay–1976, Judge Kravitch–1979, Judge Anderson–1981, Judge Cox–1988. The number of years that each of the Eleventh Circuit Judges have been friends with Judge Evans are: 24, 20, 18, 18, 16, 13, 13, 5, 1, 29, 32, 32, 31, 29, and 22.
“The federal judges in the Northern District of Georgia and the Eleventh Circuit recently established a precedent regarding recusal in cases involving a friend judge. Every federal judge disqualified himself or herself in Criminal Action No. 1:10-MJ-141S involving federal judge Jack T. Camp, accused of drug and gun violations. Chief Judge Dubina petitioned the Chief Justice of this Court to appoint a judge from another circuit, and he did. Windsor has filed motions in this regard, but they have been ignored.
“While the prejudice FOR their fellow judges is bad enough, the judges of the Eleventh Circuit also have a bias against pro se parties. Pro se parties are mistreated. There is a presumption of “guilt,” legal incompetence, and that the judges can get away with whatever they choose to do to a pro se party. There is a presumption that pro se parties will be similarly mistreated at every level of the judicial process. The Eleventh Circuit judges employ a different set of rules for pro se parties. Pro se parties have their legal rights curtailed.
“While the prejudice against pro se parties may have come from experience as a judge or as an attorney, this prejudice did not emanate from in-courtroom experience with the pro se party. The bias against pro se parties is clearly extra-judicial. Windsor has had his rights violated by the prejudice these judges have against him as a pro se party. Extra-judicial bias is grounds for disqualification pursuant to 28 U.S.C.455.
“The Petitioner believes Federal Judges Orinda D. Evans (“Judge Evans”), William S. Duffey, Jr. (“Judge Duffey”), Joel F. Dubina (“Judge Dubina”), James Larry Edmondson (“Judge Edmondson”), Rosemary Barkett (“Judge Barkett”), Edward Earl Carnes (“Judge Carnes”), Frank M. Hull (“Judge Hull”), Stanley Marcus (“Judge Marcus”), and William H. Pryor, Jr. (“Judge Pryor”) (jointly “Defendant Judges”) are corrupt and have conspired to damage Windsor. Windsor has filed a civil action against these judges in the Northern District of Georgia.
“The Defendant Judges have ignored Windsor’s uncontroverted proof of massive dishonesty in MIST-1.
“The actions of the Defendant Judges support perjury, subornation of perjury, Rule 11 violations, obstruction of justice, dishonest parties, dishonest attorneys, and corrupt judges.
“Judges of the Eleventh Circuit have established a bias against Windsor. This is extra-judicial.
“Judges of the Eleventh Circuit have a bias against anyone who would have the audacity to sue a fellow judge and try to expose corruption in the federal judiciary in Atlanta, Georgia.
“Windsor suspects there is a dartboard somewhere at the Eleventh Circuit with his picture on it. Windsor’s family is concerned that one of the corrupt judges will try to kill him.
“Seven judges from the Eleventh Circuit are named as Defendants in a civil action filed by Windsor. Windsor’s Verified Action charge these judges with corruption.
“Any judge from this circuit assigned to hear a matter involving Windsor will be friends with the Judges of the Eleventh Circuit. Friendships create an extra-judicial bias in favor of the friend and an extra-judicial bias against anyone who would sue a judge.”