Following a report of a government plot against William M. Windsor, he has filed a Motion seeking Government Protection by the U.S. Marshal Service.
The request has been submitted to Judge William S. Duffey, one of the federal judges against whom Windsor has filed criminal charges.
What will Judge Duffey do?
This Request was submitted to Judge William S. Duffey:
Comes Now, William M. Windsor (â€œWindsorâ€) and requests approval to file a Motion for Protection. Windsor shows the Court as follows:
- Windsor was informed today by a reliable source that he may be targeted for assassination by the U.S. Government. Windsor is an activist seeking to stop government corruption and judicial corruption.
- Windsor was a guest on a radio talk show on Republic Broadcasting on Thursday, May 12, 2011. Following the radio show, Windsor was contacted by a known, reliable source who informed him that the U.S. government may be targeting him for assassination. The report comes from a federal prisoner through his wife. Windsor has been told that the prisoner was approached by government agents offering the man a deal. That deal was for him to infiltrate efforts of people, including William M. Windsor, who was specifically named. Murder of Windsor and at least one other named individual was mentioned.
- The radio talk show host who called Windsor to tell me is someone very reliable — not a person who Windsor believes would communicate something like this unless he believed his source to have sounded legitimate.
- Windsor and the other named individual have asked if the prisoner will sign an affidavit telling what he was told.
- This has been reported to the Cobb County Georgia Police and an agent with the FBI. Windsor will also be reporting this to the U.S. Attorney and the Cobb County and Fulton County District Attorneys.
- Windsor has been outspoken in his efforts to expose rampant judicial corruption. Windsor recently took three cases to the U.S. Supreme Court with proof of crimes and violations of the Constitution by 11 federal judges. Windsor has amassed proof of hundreds of criminal violations by 11 federal judges in Atlanta, Georgia, and on May 10, review of those charges by a grand jury in Fulton County Georgia was commenced.
- Windsor has reported crimes by federal judges to President Obama, the FBI, the U.S. Attorney General, and every member of the House and Senate. Not one person responded. Windsor intends to pursue criminal complaints against all for committing Misprision of Felonies â€“ 18 U.S.C. 4.
- Windsor has reason to fear for his life, and his family is especially concerned.
- Among other crimes, if this report is true, government officials are committing violations of 18 U.S.C. 1512 and 18 U.S.C. 1513. Windsor has testified in various court filings about government and judicial corruption, and he now has formal charges before a grand jury. Windsor is a federal witness and a witness against federal officials.
- The U.S. Marshals Service provides for the security, health and safety of government witnesses, and their immediate dependents, whose lives are in danger as a result of their testimony. The Witness Security Program was authorized by the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970 and amended by the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984. The U.S. Marshals have protected more than 8,300 witnesses and 9,800 of their family members since the program began in 1971. The successful operation of this program is widely recognized as providing a unique and valuable tool in the governmentâ€™s battle against major criminal conspirators and organized crime.
- The U.S. Marshals provide 24-hour protection to all witnesses, while they are in a high-threat environment including pretrial conferences, trial testimonials and other court appearances. No Witness Security Program participant, who followed security guidelines, has been harmed while under the active protection of the U.S. Marshals.
- In both criminal and civil matters involving protected witnesses, the U.S. Marshals cooperate fully with local law enforcement and court authorities to bring witnesses to justice or to have them fulfill their legal responsibilities.
- Windsor requests approval to file a motion asking this Court to order the U.S. Marshals to provide witness protection for Windsor.
WHEREFORE, Windsor prays that this Court grant this request and that this Court do as follows: grant the request for approval to file a motion; allow Windsor to file a motion; order the U.S. Marshals to provide witness protection to Windsor; and grant such other relief as the Court deems appropriate.
Submitted, this 13th day of May, 2011.
WILLIAM M. WINDSOR
Judge Duffey hates, loathes, and despises me….so what will he do?
If he denies protection, it will look bad for him. If he orders protection, he will be ordering protection for a government witness testifying against him.
I predict he will deny the request. The request was emailed to his courtroom assistant just after midnight, so we’ll see what happens in the morning.
May 16, 2011
Judge Duffey issued an order today denying my Petition for Protection.
This is what I suspected. It would be in Judge Duffey’s best interests for someone to bump me off. I bet he’d love to hear that I’m deader than a doornail.