Windsor Grand Jury to Vote on Tuesday!


On Tuesday, August 9, 2011, the Fulton County Georgia Grand Jury will vote on whether to investigate William M. Windsor’s charges of judicial and government corruption.

This exciting news came on the third week of my camp-out in the lobby of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. 

Thanks to Mrs. Rebecca Keel of the DA’s Office for personally placing the sealed envelope containing my charges and evidence into the hands of the Foreman of the Grand Jury….  


And thanks to Deputy Sheriff Roye for clearing the way (the guard dog receptionist) for Mrs. Keel to meet with me.

Folks, this is BIG NEWS!  The Grand Jury has the charges, and the DA’s Office is on every form of notice that they are not to interfere.  So, if 23 citizens of Fulton County Georgia do their duty, they will be obligated to move forward and investigate.  And if they investigate, there will be indictments!


I wonder why I was accommodated today after months of fighting the battle.  Was it my presentation to the Fulton County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday?  Or was it the fact that I filed a lawsuit naming Ms. Keel and Deputy Roye, among others, for jury tampering, obstruction of justice, and RICO?  All I know for sure is that to reach a grand jury, you have to be persistent and creative.

Grand juries are our best hope to get relief from the government corruption that we experience.  These are ordinary citizens like you and me — likely no attorneys on the jury and certainly no judges, and their interest should be justice.

My Letter to the Grand Jury dated August 5, 2011.

My Letter to the Foreman of the Grand Jury dated August 5, 2011.

My Package to the Fulton County Board of Commissioners on August 3, 2011.

As regular followers of will know, I managed to do something rarely accomplished before when I got my criminal charges past the DA and into the hands of the Grand Jury in June.  Unfortunately, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office got to the Grand Jury and advised them to send me a letter with a bogus excuse claiming the grand jury didn’t have power over criminal matters.

The grand jurors serve two month terms, and the new Grand Jury was seated the first week in July.  So, I have been camped out at the District Attorney’s Office (where the Grand Jury Room is behind multiple locked doors) with a sign asking to speak to the Grand Jury and with big envelopes addressed to each Grand Juror with my charges and links to evidence.  I have been repeatedly threatened with arrest on utterly bogus claims of jury tampering and harassment.

After making a televised presentation to the Fulton County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, I was back at the DA’s Office bright and early this morning.  The mood was different.  I don’t know if I wore them down, if the presentation to the Board of Commissioners caused someone in power to tell them to straighten up, or if the fact that I drafted a lawsuit and named all of the DA and Sheriff’s employees who had been committing jury tampering and obstruction of justice caused some of the lower-ranking people to blink.  I suspect the blinking, but that’s only speculation.

 Deputy Sheriff Betts (who is always there) was conspicuously absent, and his sidekick Noye (or Roye) was TOTALLY cooperative and helpful.

A very attractive blonde who I knew was with the District Attorney’s Office came out at one point and said: “May I give that to the Grand Jury for you?”  I was holding a 12×15” manila envelope that was addressed to the Grand Jury Foreman and said “EVIDENCE OF CRIMES” in bog bold lettering across the envelope.  I jumped at the offer.  I asked her name, and she said she was Rebecca Keel.  Mrs. Keel is the DA in charge of the “Complaint Desk,” so she has been ignoring me for years.  I have sued her.  But today, she was as nice as could be, and we have an appointment Tuesday at 3:00 pm.

 Suspicious me figures she was thinking that if she now helped me get to the Grand Jury, her past misdeeds would go away.  I agree.

 I sat there for hours holding my sign before she took the envelopes, and I stayed holding my sign for another hour after she took the envelope.  Hundreds of people passed me – half DA employees who I have now seen many times.

At about 1:00, when Deputy Noye or Roye passed through, I asked her if the Grand Jury was still around, or had they gone for the day. She told me she would check and let me know. (Another first.) Five minutes later, she came to tell me that the Grand Jury had left for the day. Then she added: “I did hear the Foreman say that the Grand Jury has received your information, and they will review it and vote on Tuesday.” If I wouldn’t have been arrested for assault, I would have given the Deputy Sheriff a big bear hug!

I threw the letter together in the wee hours, so it is far from my best, because I figured there wasn’t a snowball’s chance that they would go anywhere. It does, however, present all the key points.

So, Tuesday is the day. This is a REALLY IMPORTANT day for all of us. I cannot fathom how a group of 23 citizens will not be outraged with the charges and evidence that I will present to them. If they are outraged, there will be an investigation and formal charges. This should become front page news across the country, and this could be the start of a huge movement to clean up the judiciary.

Let’s all keep the Fulton County Grand Jurors in our prayers. Amazingly, they may be America’s best hope.

Attention Grand Jurors

Since my website address was in the package given to the Grand Jurors, some of you reading this may be members of the Fulton County Grand Jury.  PLEASE VOTE TO CONSIDER MY CHARGES.  I look forward to speaking with you.

You might want to read “My Story.”  It’s about a year old now, so I need to update the last year, but it will give you an idea what this is all about.

I have a number of videos on YouTube:

Documents that I have Used in this Effort – Microsoft Word Files:

 Article of Amendment V of the Bill of Rights gives grand juries the power of Presentment.  In a Presentment, the grand jury independently brings charges, usually against corrupt government officials.  So my effort is pursuant to the Grand Jury’s power of Presentment.

Receptionist Letter

Letter to District Attorney — May 6, 2011

Letter to District Attorney — February 2011  (I suggest that you send such a letter to the District Attorney and the U.S. Attorney as a first step.  Your goal is to establish that they ignored your information.)

Letter to Congress and others — February 2011  (I suggest that you also send these letters.  You want to establish that you have tried hard to get the government to do something.)

Letter to the Grand Jurors

Mailing Labels used on the Envelopes (Make everything look professional.  be sure PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL is big and bold.  This is Avery label 5164.)

Fax to Fulton County District Attorney after Envelopes were not accepted initially

Proof of Delivery to Agent for Grand Jurors — I also made notes about my conversation with him on this sheet.

Article of Amendment V of the Bill of Rights

Request for Specific Approval to file a Motion to Recuse Judge William S. Duffey (Once you have submitted criminal charges against the judge, you may have a better chance at getting the judge to recuse himself.)

Motion for Recusal by Judge William S. Duffey

Petition to Disqualify Judge William S. Duffey

Petition to Disqualify Judge William S. Duffey: Appendix 1Appendix 2Appendix 3

Grand Juries — Wikipedia 

Grand Juries — Constitution Society

Opening the Grand Jury — Constitution Society

Federal Statute on Grand Juries — 18 U.S.C. § 3332  

Statutes that have been Violated:

Honest Services Fraud — 18 U.S.C. §1346 — Read about Honest Services Fraud

RICO (Organized Crime) — 18 U.S.C. § 1961–1968

Criminal Judicial Misconduct

Theft by Deception — O.C.G.A. 16-8-3

False Statements to State – O.C.G.A. 16-10-20

Tampering with Evidence – O.C.G.A. 16-10-94 

18 U.S.C. § 1341Mail Fraud

18 U.S.C. § 1001 — False Swearing – Making False Statements

Perjury — 18 U.S.C. § 1621

Perjury — 18 U.S.C. § 1623

Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-70

Conspiracy to Defraud United States — 18 U.S.C. § 371

Obstruction of Justice and Witness Tampering — 18 U.S.C. § 1503

Subornation of Perjury – 18 USC § 1622

Subornation of Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-72

Subornation of Perjury — O.C.G.A. 16-10-93

Witness Tampering – O.C.G.A. 16-10-93

Misprision of Felony — 18 U.S.C. 4

[NOTE: O.C.G.A. applies to Georgia only.  Research these same violations for your state — Here’s an index to make it easy.]

I am not an attorney.  I imagine there are other statutes that have been broken.

Some Other Possible Statutes:

Bribery — 18 U.S.C. 201-227

Conspiracy against rights — 18 U.S. C. 241

Deprivation of rights under color of law — 18 U.S.C. 242

Fraud by wire, radio, or television — 18 U.S.C. 1343

Attempt and conspiracy to Commit Fraud — 18 U.S.C. 1349

Theft or alteration of record or process; false bail — 18 U.S.C. 1506

Obstruction of court orders — 18 U.S.C. 1509

Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant — 18 U.S.C. 1512

I will be adding a document that explains each of the statutes that has been violated, with the elements required to prove each.  I will also add the outline for the presentation that I will make to the Grand Jury and my Formal Charges.

Courtesy of GRIP — Government Reform & Integrity Platform


As regular readers know, those who have met through have formed an effort called GRIP — Government Reform & Integrity Platform

So, let’s refer to this plan as the GRIP Grand Jury Plan.

We have also drafted proposed legislation for every state that we believe will resolve most of the problems with judicial corruption.

If you haven’t joined our cause on Facebook, please click here and invest 10 seconds.

Step-by-Step Procedures

1.  Research your state’s statutes on grand juries.  Determine what types of grand juries exist in your state, and determine what the laws are relative to grand juries.  A Yahoo search for (your state) criminal statutes will probably return what you need.  The searches to do are: (your state name) grand jury — (your state name) grand jury presentment — (your state name) grand jury procedures.  (This is the Georgia statute on grand juries.)  According to my research, at least these states have county grand juries: Arizona, California, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Nevada, North Carolina, New Jersey and Oregon.  Check your state’s laws on Special Grand Juries.  

Size of Grand Juries by StateGrand Jury Term by StateOther Helpful Grand Jury Information

2.  Call or visit the county district attorney’s office for where the crimes took place.  (This isn’t your home…but where the judges or government officials committed the crimes.)  Call the general information number for the county, and they will give you the district attorney’s number.  Don’t identify yourself or provide any information if you don’t have to.  Simply ask: When and where does the grand jury meet?  Is there a grand jury inn session now?  What days do they meet, and what time do they start each day?  I suggest a visit to the grand jury area before you do anything else just so you will have the lay of the land for when you or an agent delivers your sealed envelopes.  Be able to tell an agent where the grand jury room is, where there is someone posted who may deny access, etc.  Casually ask the name of any receptionists or security people.

3.  Check the U.S. Department of Justice website to determine the name and contact information for the U.S. Attorney responsible for the area where the crimes took place.

4.  Research the state statutes for the crimes that yuou feel were committed.  Note the statutes as you will need to cite them.  Identify the specific federal and state statutes that you believe were violated and the names of the people who violated each.

5.  Send a letter to the district attorney and the U.S. Attorney summarizing your charges and asking for a meeting.  Send it certified mail, return receipt so you have proof it was received.  I also fax everything so I have a fax confirmation page as well.

6.  Take notes of everything that you do, hear, etc.  Always write confirmation letters to memorialize any discussions with government officials.  Date and note the time of everything that you and others do.

To be continued….

Previous Grand Jury Article — February 23, 2011

Previous Grand Jury Article — April 23, 2011

Previous Grand Jury Article — May 3, 2011

William M. Windsor 

I am not an attorney.  I cannot give legal advice.  Please make your own determinations or seek legal advice should you know an honest attorney.

P.S.  Thanks to Commander Walter Fitzpattrick who educated me on the importance of grand juries and the Power of Presentment back in January.  Thanks to Mairi and many others who have provided information and books.

This manual is intended purely as a communication of information in accordance with the right of free speech. It does not constitute either general or specific legal advice. Anyone seeking legal advice should consult a competent professional. Neither the author, editor or publisher guarantee that using this information will result in success or protect the reader from harm. The reader must accept that risk, and thoroughly study the law before using any of this material. Readers must take full responsibility for the consequences of any actions taken based on the contents of this manual.

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