Bill Windsor has published BENCHBOOK for U.S. JUDGES – Corruption Edition

Benchbook for U.S. Judges - Corruption Edition


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BENCHBOOK for U.S. JUDGES: Corruption Edition is a statement of the Rules used by judges when they feel Corruption is needed.
This is a TOP SECRET set of Rules that is unlawful and is carefully guarded by judges nationwide.
There are 30 Corruption Rules explained:

Rule #1: LIE;  Rule #2: Lie Some More;  Rule #3: Deny Constitutional Rights;  Rule #4: Ignore the Law;  Rule #5: Cite Invalid Law;  Rule #6: Ignore the Facts;  Rule #7: Ignore Issues;  Rule #8: Say Nothing in Orders;  Rule #9: Dismiss Cases or Grant Summary Judgment; Rule #10: Refuse to Disqualify Yourself;  Rule #11: Violate Your Oath of Office and the Code of Judicial Conduct;  Rule #12: Conceal Evidence;  Rule #13: Tamper with Evidence;  Rule #14: Order Monetary Sanctions Against Parties You Want to Damage;  Rule #15: Violate and Ignore the Rules of Civil Procedure;  Rule #16: Automatically Rule against Certain Classes of People;  Rule #17: Order Monetary Sanctions Against Parties You Want to Sanction;  Rule #18: Conspire with Fellow Judges and Judicial Employees;  Rule #19: Allow Perjury;  Rule #20: Deny Hearings;  Rule #21: Practice Simulated Litigation;  Rule #22: Deny Jury Trials;  Rule #23: Don’t Publish Improper Orders;  Rule #24: Deny Right to Obtain Discovery;  Rule #25: Deny Right to File Actions;  Rule #26: Order a Disfavored Party to Appear in Person When You Know They Can’t;  Rule #27: Bring in a Judge from Another County to Serve as Your Executioner;  Rule #28: Communicate with Court Employees, Attorneys, Judges, Law Enforcement, Government Agencies, and Others Unlawfully;  Rule #29: Deny In Forma Pauperis Status;  Rule #30: Simply Do Nothing.

Key Corruption Terms are defined: The Favored Party, The Designated Loser, The Naughty List.
Annotations have been provided. These are used primarily to inform litigants of ways to deal with these secret rules.

My Special Thanksgiving 2014 Revisited by Bill Windsor and Lawless America

Happiest of Thanksgivings to You and Yours from Bill Windsor and Lawless America.

I’ll be all alone this Thanksgiving.  I’ll search DoorDash in search of turkey or Chinese about noon, but it will be a quiet day.  I used to have a family and enjoyed many wonderful Thanksgivings with my former son, daughter, and my very special granddaughters, but fighting corruption took that away from me.

But enough of sad, please allow me to tell you about my Special Thanksgiving…

On October 28, 2014, I was in the 40th Judicial District Court in Waxahachie Texas for a hearing in civil case #88611 (William M. Windsor v. Joeyisalittlekid, et al).  I was surprised to see Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Ellis County Texas Sheriff Johnny Brown in the audience for the hearing as well as a small army of Ellis County Sheriff’s deputies. The hearing lasted from 1:30 pm to a little after 5:00 pm. It was the last hearing of the day, and it had nothing to do with the DA or the Sheriff.

I was detained on October 28, 2014 at approximately 5:30 pm by the Ellis County Sheriff’s Department as I left the courtroom.  I was informed that there was a warrant from Montana.  

I was taken to the Ellis County Jail.  I was not given any paperwork or explanation as to why I was there.  My personal property was taken from me.  I had never been in jail, never charged with a crime, not even a traffic ticket or parking ticket in 15 years (now 23 years).

I was told that I had been granted a $100,000 bond and was given the opportunity to post bond for “violations of a protective order.”  No details were given.

I am EXTREMELY claustrophobic, and the first two days were terrifying in that regard.  I seriously questioned whether I could make it.  I take medication nightly for claustrophobia, but I had no medicine with me, and speaking to an Ellis County Texas Jail staff member is like talking to a stump.

At 2:00 am on October 29, 2014, I was given a telephone call by Officer Jerri Smith.  It was too late to reach anyone, and the telephones at the Ellis County Texas jail do not allow a message to be left on voice mail.  I knew only two phone numbers – my former son and a woman I used to live with (who claims to be my ex-wife).  I called them at least a dozen times each over the next three days.  Neither of them ever accepted my calls, and they never did anything to help me.  So much for so-called “family.”  The feeling of being completely alone is a feeling that I hope I never experience again.

While I was told that my bond was set at $100,000, when I got bail bond companies to provide the bond, the Ellis County Jail refused to accept it.

I was then moved from the Booking Area to “O” Tank in the Ellis County Jail at about 4:00 pm on October 30, 2014.  While in Booking, I was exposed to staph and MRSA as well as one extremely violent crazy man.  I was really apprehensive about moving into “population.” 

“O” Tank is a 24-man cell of approximately 1,500 square feet; 12 double bunks, three 8-seat iron picnic-style tables, three toilets, three sinks, two showers, cement block walls, cement floor, steel ceiling, bulletproof glass windows to the guard area, not bars.  I immediately met Thomas Joe Edward Lee aka T.J. and several other young men, and I was relieved and felt comfortable.  It was not scary as I anticipated.  I never met anyone older than me, and 95% of the men there could have been my children or grandchildren.  I’d estimate the average age to be 28.  Other new friends made the first day in “O” Tank at the Ellis County Jail included Marquavius Woods (the only person other than me who I met out of hundreds who did not have tattoos); Jonathan Rima (a nice young man on crutches); Bryan (a tall guy who traded his semi-lumpy mattress for my giant lumps mattress); Michael McGowan (a handicapped black man who had been unable to obtain any help from his court-appointed attorney);  Ignacio Galvan aka Nacho (nicknamed me Montana and “hazed” me the first night by saying the newest guy had to get up and turn out the lights – and there is no switch and the lights are always on); Zach (a really nice trustee with a hearing loss similar to mine); and Robert Davidson aka Jake or The Vape Master (a young guy who fell behind on court payments and got his probation revoked as a result). 

I found that older men command almost universal respect in jail/prison.  In addition to “Montana,” I was nicknamed Old School or School, for short.  This is a common prison term for anyone seen as quite a bit older than you.  That meant I was “School” to everyone.  I later learned that “Pops” and “PawPaw” are also common.  It seems that most people in jail must have called their grandfathers “PawPaw,” because I was called PawPaw a lot.  As miserable as the experience was, I really did meet wonderful people.  I cannot imagine what it would have been like without such kind people who immediately had my back, my front, and my sides.  I was taken care of the whole time I was there as if I was actually the PawPaw to these guys.  I was especially relieved to see how open the tank was as that really lessened the claustrophobia.  My claustrophobia is so bad that I can’t even watch a movie where someone is in a small, restricted space.

My first jail meal other than bologna sandwiches served in a paper sack (“Johnny Sack”) in Booking was something that faintly resembled hamburger meat, two slices of bread, broccoli stems, two cookies, and a would-be Kool-Aid.  I scarfed it down. I was so upset for the three days in Booking that I hadn’t eaten.

It may be hard for those who have never experienced this, but I made really good friends in jail with men and boys with whom I seemingly had very little in common.  I found most of my fellow inmates to be extremely kind, very honest, and thankful for the smallest of gestures. 

Most of my fellow inmates had little or absolutely NO money on their books.  They couldn’t even buy a cracker.

Some men are lucky enough to have money on their books, so they can buy all kinds of things from the Commissary Lady.  It saddened me to see the guys with no money.  It had to be really hard on them to see what other guys were enjoying.  I had money.  I ended up giving away half of what I bought.
This is an actual photo of a Jail Spread meal.  It tastes better than it looks. 🙂
The hottest Commissary item is called “soups” by the inmates.  They are actually Ramen Noodle packages.  They come in an array of flavors (usually very spicy), and soups are the #1 commodity behind bars.  Sold by the Commissary Lady for 99 cents, a soup is an inexpensive meal for men who never got filled from the jail-sized servings at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Hot water is used to cook the soups.  And the many jailhouse chefs have concocted a wide variety of recipes for their soups.  They use items saved from dinner or purchased from the Commissary.  The fancier, multiple inmate meals are called “spreads.”
This is a fairly typical recipe for a Jail Spread — but much more spicy in Texas.
I’m not a cook, so when I enjoyed a soup, someone else did the cooking.  I enjoyed a basic soup with beans, chili or tuna added.  I enjoyed soup-based burritos, and best of all I enjoyed soup pizza.  The pizza makers would get the spread participants to save their hot dogs at dinner and they cut them up as makeshift pepperonis.  There is no end to the ultra-spicy commissary items, so the pizza could include anything from jalapeno Cheetos or spicy chili Fritos to real jalapenos, fire-alarm chili, spicy pickles, and more.
The cooking consists of hot water in a plastic bag, salvaged from some Commissary item or rescued before it hit a trash pile.  The goop is mixed with hot water in the plastic bag, then covered with cardboard from the back of a legal pad and bath towels – all to keep the heat in.
Served with a side order of saltine crackers (99 cents for a full sleeve), these soups and spreads are surprisingly good.  Claxton made a tuna spread for us in the Ellis County Texas Jail that remains my absolute favorite!  It is amazing what you can convince yourself is good when you have little or nothing.
As Thanksgiving 2014 drew nearer, I learned that the Thanksgiving meal in the Ellis County Texas Jail is not very big or very good.  I thought it would be great to do something for my fellow convicts, so I arranged for someone on the outside to put $50 on the books of four of my fellow prisoners.  We then ordered $200 worth of the Commissary Lady’s finest spicy foods, soups, crackers, and the like so we could put together a huge Thanksgiving Spread.
I swear it looks a lot better to you in jail when you don’t have as much as you’d like to eat!
I wanted to keep my involvement a secret, but one or more of my helpers couldn’t help but blab, and everyone found out that I was responsible for the extra meal that we all enjoyed on Thanksgiving Day 2014.
You would have thought I had given them each a million dollars.  The men were SO appreciative.  Most of them had probably never experienced a random act of kindness.
We laughed and talked and ate, and a good time was had by all.  24 boys and men, all stuck in a place that none of us wanted to be.  Most were guilty of drinking too much, using drugs, or being poor.  All were victims of broken systems.
It may seem strange that my favorite Thanksgiving of all time will be Thanksgiving 2014 with 23 fellow prisoners, but I cannot imagine anything could ever top it.  I am thankful for every boy and man I met in jail, thankful for their friendship, thankful for what I learned from them, and thankful that I can now crusade against the many wrongs of our broken penal system.
If you have a friend or relative in jail, I encourage you to put some money on their books.  It will mean the world to them!  It is better to give than to receive.  Happy Thanksgiving!

I know that some of the guys are out and will read this article, so I cannot fail to mention my other friends from the Ellis County Jail in Waxahachie, Texas.  These friends include Carlos Amador aka Paradise, Zachary Anderson, Cody Barnes, James Boyette aka The Boxer, David Bradshaw, Steven Calder aka The Enforcer, Lejonathan Cox, Greg Deloach, Cristoval Diaz, Brian Eaton, Michael Finch, Julian FiraDonald Ford, Francisco Garcia, Justin Garcia aka Houston, Arcadio Garza, Michael Gonzales, Lonnie Hall, Michael Harvey, Robert Holland, Chris HornRobert Jack, Aaron Jones aka AJ or Lover Boy, Zackery Jones aka Locker, Greg Mason, Billy Mizer, Faustino Montemayor aka Claxton, James Myers aka Cellie, Heath Neitzel, Nicholas Parker, Eugenio Pena aka The Barber, Lonny Ramirez, Matthew Rauen, Bobby Rhodes aka Tank Boss, Benton Skelton, Louis Stocker aka Organized, Amber Vanderzwart, Gustavo Villanueva, Hector Villanueva.  This does not include those who have been released or sent to The Big House, including Jacob Aparicio, Justin Johnston, John Florence, Jamie Ellis, Jordan Brittain, De’Juan Wilson, Aaron Drake, Terrance Marion, Drake Hernandez, Lawrence Murley, Scotty Stewart.


A Thanksgiving tradition for Windsors has included having everyone write down what they are thankful for.

This is what my Dad wrote.  I am thankful for my Jailhouse and Lawless America Friends, my new family.

I will be announcing a special filming in Amarillo, Texas.  I am asking every member of the Amarillo Police Department to be interviewed.  I will have a 50,000-volt Axon Taser 26, and I will invite each policeperson to be shot with it.  I’m thinking of offering a $50 million reward to anyone who can absorb 1,500,000 volts of electricity and still be alive.  So far, Hunter Tyler Schreck is the only person in the world to have endured such torture much less live to tell about it.

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William M. Windsor

I, William M. Windsor, am not an attorney.  This website expresses my OPINIONS.   The comments of visitors or guest authors to the website are their opinions and do not therefore reflect my opinions.  Anyone mentioned by name in any article is welcome to file a response.   This website does not provide legal advice.  I do not give legal advice.  I do not practice law.  This website is to expose government corruption, law enforcement corruption, political corruption, and judicial corruption.   Whatever this website says about the law is presented in the context of how I or others perceive the applicability of the law to a set of circumstances if I (or some other author) was in the circumstances under the conditions discussed.  Despite my concerns about lawyers in general, I suggest that anyone with legal questions consult an attorney for an answer, particularly after reading anything on this website.  The law is a gray area at best.  Please read our Legal Notice and Terms.


What Bill Windsor has learned about Corruption since 2008

In 2007, Bill Windsor was awfully naive for a former president of a Goldman Sachs company. He thought judges were honest. He has learned there is no such thing...

William Michael Windsor was found guilty of being NAIVE.

In 2008, 60-year-old Bill Windsor was sued in a completely bogus lawsuit that it turns out was designed to stop him from discovering a multi-billion dollar fraud.

$2,000,000 in legal fees later, William Michael Windsor ceased to be so naive.

32-year Federal Judge Orinda D. Evans took Bill Windsor from a retired multi-millionaire to a poor person.  Horrendous Orinda also made Bill Windsor an Activist.  Bill Windsor hates, loathes, and despises liars, and Judge Orinda D. Evans lied and lied and lied some more to take care of the largest law firm in Georgia that represented the New York liars who had sued him.

Even after this, Bill remained naive.  He did not stop to think that if Judge Orinda D. Evans did this to him, she would be doing it to others.  Or that other judges were corrupt.

The naive light started to flicker when the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals failed to reverse Orinda D. “the Liar” Evans.  Then the United States Supreme Court refused to tell the federal judges in Georgia that they had to abide by the United States Constitution.  Even then, Bill Windsor did not realize he was not the only Mohican experiencing this.

An article ran online asking if the United States Supreme Court had voided the Constitution.  It was the story of William Michael Windsor’s pro se journey to the United States Supreme Court.  The article gave Bill’s email address and a home telephone number.  Over 7,000 people emailed Bill to tell their stories of judicial and government corruption.  Bell South’s voicemail system broke after better than 600 people called and left voicemails telling their stories.

So, no more naivete…kind of.  Bill still wants to believe some people are honest.  That’s just his nature.

Bill came up with one idea after another to try to help save America.  He launched and began publishing articles.  Over a decade later, millions of eyeballs have seen the 1,727 articles.  This has clearly been the most effective thing he has done.  He has had to battle haters, hackers, malware, and corrupt government officials.

In 2010, former radio and TV announcer Bill Windsor began an online radio show.

Bill generated over 50,000 followers on Facebook until they canceled his page due to “nudity, pornography, and solicitation of sex.”  AT&T canceled his long-time email address claiming a violation of terms of service (never to be identified).  Bill has had his life threatened hundreds of times.  Sean Boushie attempted to murder him, but missed and hit the car next to him.  While he has never committed a crime, Bill was held in jail for 134 days.

In 2012 and 2013, Bill drove to all 50 states to produce and direct a documentary about government, judicial, and law enforcement corruption.  Before he departed, he told his radio listeners that he didn’t believe there was an honest judge anywhere in America.  People told him not to say that as he would lose all credibility.  A year and 1,500 interviews later, Bill Windsor KNOWS he has found only two seemingly honest judges — one in Gwinnett County Georgia, Judge Joseph C. Iannazzone, and Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.  But Judge Joseph C. Iannazzone was back before Bill had become the leading authority in America on judicial corruption.  Now he has a target on his back that glows in the dark.

Judge Iannazzone Amy Coney Barrett

We live in Lawless America.  Our Constitution is amazing, and we have many great laws.  The problem is that the Constitution, the laws, and the rules are routinely violated.  That puts us in Lawless America.

In 2021 and 2022, Bill experienced first-hand that everyone in Texas is corrupt — judges, government officials, government agencies, attorneys, court personnel, district attorneys, police, sheriffs, you-name-it.  Bill is preparing to sue the State of Texas in the United States Supreme Court.  Perhaps Justice Amy Coney Barrett will do the right thing.  Naive?  Or an eternal optimist?

If we have any chance to save America, it is up to all of us Nobodies.  Explain briefly to at least one person a day that none of us will ever see justice unless we educate millions of our fellow residents of Lawless America. 


Bill Windsor

I, William M. Windsor, am not an attorney.  This website expresses my OPINIONS.   The comments of visitors or guest authors to the website are their opinions and do not, therefore, reflect my opinions.  Anyone mentioned by name in any article is welcome to file a response.   This website does not provide legal advice.  I do not give legal advice.  I do not practice law.   This website is to expose judicial corruption, government corruption, law enforcement corruption, attorney wrongdoing/corruption, and political corruption.   Whatever this website says about the law is presented in the context of how I or others perceive the applicability of the law to a set of circumstances if I (or some other author) was in the circumstances under the conditions discussed.  Despite my concerns about lawyers in general, I suggest that anyone with legal questions consult an attorney for an answer, particularly after reading anything on this website.  The law is a gray area at best.  Please read our  Legal Notice and Terms

Copyright, 2022, Lawless America



WTF – What can we do to effectively battle all the F’s?

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I’m an ACTIVIST screaming as loudly as I can about corruption: WTF?  If you don’t know what that means, bless your heart.  Please read on…

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Fraudulent Felony Indictments Discovered in Texas – Part 1

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I’ve discovered massive wrongdoing in Texas with fraudulent felony indictments issued on a regular basis.  I’m William M. Windsor.  I’m not an attorney.  I cannot give legal advice, but I do share my experience representing myself as a pro se party, and I’m investigating unthinkable fraud and wrongdoing in Texas for magazine articles and a documentary film.  Check your county and state!

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Judge ignoring Motions – What can I do

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The judge is ignoring my motions.  What should I do?  This is one of the questions that I get asked the most.  You must act.  Don’t sit around griping and complaining.  Take the bull by the horns, and follow the same procedure on each and every motion!  

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Learn from Mistakes Criminal Defendant has made in Ellis County Texas

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This is a look at the mistakes Bill Windsor believes John Eric Armstrong has made as a pro se defendant in his criminal defense in Ellis County Texas District Court Case #45576.  You can learn from the mistakes of others, so whether civil or criminal, read on…
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Help 504 Prisoners in the Ellis County Jail


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Please help an Ellis County Jail prisoner buy something he or she wants or needs — Spicy Nacho Chips, a pad of paper, toothpaste, or something to drink.
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William M. Windsor is Back Exposing Corruption and INjustice

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William M. Windsor is back!  Bill Windsor has returned to fight corruption.  My family asked me to stop several years ago, but I was essentially disowned for my efforts to help people, and I’ve had enough.

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