Potential Landmark Ruling in Judicial Corruption Fight Coming Soon


Judge Craig L. Schwall, Sr. of the Fulton County Superior Court should soon issue a decision on whether a Temporary Restraining Order will be issued against 58 federal judges and judicial and government employees pursuant to a lawsuit charging them with racketeering and corruption.

This is an extremely important case for those who care about the fight against judicial corruption.

An appeal to thousands of Americans interested in the fight against government corruption yielded over 200 non-attorneys (for the most part) who dedicated time last weekend to researching case law to assist William M. Windsor.

This Fulton County Superior Court case presents an opportunity to get a court ruling here in Georgia that will pave the way for federal judges to be prosecuted for their corrupt criminal acts! 

I have sued 58 federal judges, judicial employees, and the local Fulton County District Attorney in Fulton County Georgia Superior Court.  Here is the Verified Complaint.   I have filed a Georgia RICO action — racketeering and corruption statute in GEORGIA, not federal RICO.   My claims are totally state court causes of action, including perjury, subornation of perjury, and obstruction of justice.  I used only state court causes of action as part of my precautions for keeping the case in state court.  I specifically sued the judges as individuals in individual capacity, not in their official capacities as judges.

I am overwhelmed by the number of people who responded to help!  I cannot thank you enough.

My time for responding to the judge’s questions was extended until Tuesday, June 28, 2011, and I submitted the documents to Judge Schwall’s assistant at 4:00 pm.  I pulled one all-nighter, and I had very little sleep in the last 72 hours, but I am very pleased with what WE came up with.

One of the issues Judge Schwall raised is the question of judicial immunity, so I included my Memorandum of Law on Judicial Immunity that I prepared and filed in another matter.  It proves that the statutes and case law establish that when a judge commits a criminal act, there is no immunity as it is a non-judicial act.  This is essential to all of us fighting corrupt judges.  When we document their criminally illegal actions, the law says they have no immunity.

Here is the Motion for Further Consideration of Motions for Temporary Restraining OrderExhibit 1Exhibit 2Exhibit 3.

Microsoft Word Files: Motion for Further Consideration of Motions for Temporary Restraining OrderProposed Temporary Restraining OrderMemorandum of Law on Judicial Immunity.

Thanks everyone!

William M. Windsor

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