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by Sharon Rondeau

Mr. William Windsor will be appearing in front of the Fulton County Grand Jury in Georgia on Friday, August 19, 2011

(Aug. 18, 2011) — William M. Windsor is seeking sworn affidavits for his appearance in front of a grand jury in his state of Georgia on August 19, 2011 following several months of attempts to testify.  He has alleged that there is massive corruption within the federal judiciary of the United States.

An email circulated this morning by Windsor indicated that he had received 20 such affidavits from affiants around the country at that time, one of whom posted his affidavit on Scribd.

Mr. Windsor has a blog which details his efforts to expose judicial corruption.  The Post & Email had featured Windsor’s reports in July and May of this year.

Also in May, Windsor had reported that a judge had threatened him.  He maintains a list of alleged corrupt acts committed by elected officials and other entities categorized by state and alphabetically.

Of his appearance tomorrow, Windsor stated:

I am testifying in front of the Fulton County Grand Jury because I have brought criminal charges against every federal judge in Georgia and many judicial personnel for RICO – criminal racketeering enterprise.  Because the federal courthouse is in Fulton County, and that’s where the crimes have been committed, Fulton County is the proper venue.  Georgia has county grand juries regularly impaneled for two month terms.

I have been trying to reach the grand jury for years.  I finally outsmarted the District Attorney and the Sheriff’s Office and managed to get my charges directly into the hands of the jurors despite unbelievable efforts to keep me from them.  I have been very actively pursuing this for four months.  For the last month and a half, I have camped out in the lobby of the District Attorney’s Office with my charges, evidence, and a sign saying I need to speak to the Grand Jury.  My charges are obstruction of justice, perjury, subornation of perjury, conspiracy, theft of mail, and more – many predicate acts for Georgia RICO.

I hope the Grand Jury will issue Presentments, which is when they bring charges on their own rather than an indictment where they approve charges presented by the DA.  I hope they will allow me to present a lot of proof at a later date.  I hope they will allow others to testify.  I hope they will ask the Chief Judge to impanel a special grand jury who will spend as long as it takes to investigate this.  My ultimate goal is that if this Grand Jury blows the lid of this, it will have to become mainstream news, and this should be the start of clean up action all across the country.

Regarding media coverage, Windsor said, “Another victim of the same judges is going to be there in the lobby on Friday, and he is bringing a news media person.  I will be called in between 10 and 11 am EDT.”

A one-page form has been prepared for anyone claiming to “have experience with corrupt judges.”

Sample form provided by William Windsor for an individual claiming judicial corruption anywhere in the United States

Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, whose experience with the corrupt judiciary in Monroe County, TN has been covered by The Post & Email, has provided an affidavit.

Page 1 of sworn and notarized affidavit of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III
Page 2 of Fitzpatrick's sworn affidavit regarding judicial corruption

Windsor hosts a weekly online television session from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. ET to discuss government corruption.  Supporters can join his “cause” on Facebook and listen to him on the Jack Bauer Radio Rebel Show on Saturday evening.  The show is entitled “The American Reconstruction Project.”  Past episodes of Mr. Windsor’s presentations are also available.