I, William M. Windsor, was born in Columbus, Georgia on 10/02/1948. I had the best parents in the world and a wonderful childhood,
I began my career as a junior at Texas Tech University. I became involved in the T-shirt business in college, and after several years as a retailer, wholesaler, and manufacturer, I launched the trade magazine and trade show for the industry. I am considered by many to be the father of the multi-billion dollar “imprinted sportswear industry.” I started other magazines and shows, and sold the company and “retired” at a young age.
My retirement didn’t last long. I have owned and/or operated many magazines and trade shows, travel businesses, retail stores, manufacturing companies, printing company, typesetting business, advertising agency, marketing companies, convention services businesses, souvenir and gift businesses, tourist attractions, resort businesses, music businesses, computer software company, a consulting company, a food franchise, internet businesses, and more. I have written numerous articles, books, training programs, and manuals. I have spoken at conferences and trade shows across North America and in Europe, Australia, and China.
From 1992 to 1996, I was President of Advanstar Expositions, a company owned at the time by Goldman Sachs. Advanstar was one of the largest producers of trade shows and conferences in the world. From 1996 to 2001, I was CEO of 1st Communications, a company owned by Bain Capital, Triumph Capital Group, and me. 1st Communications made a series of multi-million dollar acquisitions to build one of the largest trade show businesses — the largest in terms of the number of annual events. 1st Communications also developed one of the first online job and resume businesses using a network of over 1,000 websites. That business was sold to The Washington Post in 2001, and I “retired” to Atlanta, Georgia.
I discovered corruption in the federal courts in Atlanta, Georgia, and I will not stop until these judges are exposed for the world to see. People will tell you that I’m as tenacious as they come. I will spend the rest of my life on this if necessary.
I’m not an attorney. I was accepted to law school but decided to go into business instead. Since 2006, I’ve gotten quite a legal education. At this point, I’m confident that I can do a better job than any attorney would, and I work cheap.
I come from a media family. My father was one of the pioneers of the television industry. He was the President of the ABC Television station in Orlando for the last 15 years of his career. My brother was a TV news anchorman and trainer of news, weather, and sportscasters. I was a radio and TV announcer in high school and college.
I started several companies in college. I was accepted to law school. Thank Heavens I went into business instead.
I was a magazine publishing company owner / publisher for 30 years. I’ve been the publisher, President, or Vice-President of over 100 magazines. I have also been a trade show / conference producer for 30 years. I’ve been a speaker at conferences all around the world. I’ve lectured at major universities. I’m the author of hundreds of magazine articles, books, manuals, conference programs.
I’m an expert in SWOT Analysis — Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats. I’ve written hundreds of business plans for small start-ups to multi-billion dollar businesses. I’ve built internet sites that generate over 1,600,000 users per month.
From 2008 to 2010, I led a successful effort to clean up corruption in Ontario Canada. Current
- Chief Activist at Lawless America
- CEO at The Windsor Companies
- CEO at 1st Communications
- CEO at Professional Trade Shows
- President at Advanstar Expositions
- President at The Windsor Companies
- Texas Tech University
- University of Kentucky
- The University of Texas at Austin
Linked In Public Profile
Serial entrepreneur. I’ve started over 50 companies since I was a junior at Texas Tech University. It’s what I do. I guess my goal is to just keep doing it. I don’t believe I will ever truly “retire.”
Breathing life into new ideas, generating ideas, marketing, management, training, sales training, building management teams, acquisitions, divestitures.
August 2005 – Present – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
LawlessAmerica.com began as the story of William M. Windsor’s personal experience with judicial corruption and government corruption. Due to publicity about his efforts with the United States Supreme Court, thousands of people began telling Bill their stories, and this site morphed into a site dedicated to exposing dishonesty and corruption in government while presenting ways to battle this epidemic.
The Windsor Companies
April 2001 – 2012
After I “retired” for the second time in 2001, I dedicated time to raising money for a project at Texas Tech University; founded a donut franchise; traveled to all 50 states by car writing a book and taking photographs; operated a music business; and started several travel businesses.
July 1996 – March 2001
From 1996 to 2001, I was CEO of 1st Communications, a company owned by Bain Capital, Triumph Capital Group, and me. 1st Communications made a series of acquisitions to build one of the largest trade show businesses — the largest in terms of the number of annual events. 1st Communications also developed one of the first online job and resume businesses using a network of over 1,000 websites. That business was sold to The Washington Post in 2001, and I “retired” to Atlanta, Georgia to be near grandchildren-to-be.
Professional Trade Shows
1996 – 2001
Privately Held; 501-1000 employees; Publishing industry
July 1992 – July 1996
From 1992 to 1996, I was President of Advanstar Expositions, a company owned at the time by Goldman Sachs. Advanstar was one of the largest producers of trade shows and conferences in the world.
The Windsor Companies
College – August 1992
I began my career as a junior at Texas Tech University. I’ve started over 50 companies in my business career. I became involved in the T-shirt business in college, and after several years as a retailer, wholesaler, and manufacturer, I launched the trade magazine and trade show for the industry. I started other magazines and shows, sold the company and “retired” at a young age. I have owned and/or operated many magazines and trade shows, travel businesses, retail stores, manufacturing companies, printing company, typesetting business, advertising agency, marketing companies, convention services businesses, souvenir and gift businesses, tourist attractions, resort businesses, music businesses, computer software company, a consulting company, a food franchise, internet businesses, and more. I’ve written numerous articles, books, training programs, and manuals. I’ve spoken at conferences and trade shows across North America and in Europe, Australia, and China.
Texas Tech University
I worked full-time during college. My first two years I worked as an announcer at radio and television stations. I had a television talk show in the summer before my senior year on the ABC station in Orlando, Florida. The last two years were spent owning and operating a T-shirt and gift business, a bail bond service for students, and a retail store selling a variety of student-oriented products. I was also the Texas representative for College Marketing Research – responsible for obtaining over 10,000 credit card applications for Humble Oil, conducting campus surveys for magazines, and more. I was accepted to law school but decided I enjoyed making money too much to spend two years studying night and day.
Activities and Societies: Student Senator (2 years), Delta Tau Delta Fraternity (President), Interfraternity Council (Vice-President), Alpha Epsilon Rho, Intramural Athletics, Speech and Debate Team, Faculty-Student Discipline Committee, Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, All-University Recognition for Leadership.
University of Kentucky
I attended summer school.
Activities and Societies: I worked at the campus radio stations.
The University of Texas at Austin
I didn’t feel comfortable at the University of Texas. I had a lot of bad dates, and I wasn’t comfortable with all the hippies. When my parents moved from Lubbock, I seized the opportunity to leave Austin and get back to Lubbock and Texas Tech.
Activities and Societies: I pledged Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, and I was involved in student government activities.
Travel, photography, writing, helping others, exposing corruption
Groups and Associations:
- Media Professionals
- Government Corruption
- Media Professionals Worldwide
- Texas Tech Alumni
- Texas Tech Alumni Association Networking Group
- Texas Tech Group
- Texas Tech University – Students and Alumni
- Texas Tech University Graduates
- Texas Tech University Networking Group
- Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business Alumni
- Travel, Destination and Tourism Photography
Marital status: Single
My story is the discovery that our legal system is broken.
I always knew there were problems, but I thought it was just dishonest lawyers. I never dreamed that federal judges are corrupt and routinely commit crimes because they have the power to do anything they want.
The following is from a Petition for Writ of Mandamus filed by me with the United States Supreme Court, and I have inserted some additional information from various affidavits and court filings to tell My Story:
In August 2005, Maid of the Mist Corporation and Maid of the Mist Steamboat Company, Ltd. (jointly “Maid”) filed a civil action against Alcatraz Media, LLC, Alcatraz Media, Inc. (jointly “Alcatraz”) and William M. Windsor (“Windsor” or the “Petitioner”) (Alcatraz and Windsor jointly “A&W.”) The action was filed in Gwinnett County Georgia Court. It was removed to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia in March 2006 as Civil Action No. 1:06-CV-0714-ODE (“MIST-1”). The action was originally assigned to Judge Forrester, but he recused himself, and the case was assigned to Judge Orinda D. Evans (“Judge Evans.”)  Neither Alcatraz nor I knew Judge Forrester, and neither of us had ever had any dealings of any type with him. It seems he recused himself due to some relationship with Maid of the Mist or their attorneys.
We need to go back a few months for all of this to make sense. On March 3, 2005, Maid of the Mist entered into an oral agreement with Alcatraz to allow Alcatraz to purchase tickets for the boat ride at Niagara Falls from Maid at a discounted rate for the entire 2005 season (April to October). The terms of the oral contract were specific. The period for the oral contract was less than a year, so it was a binding oral contract under Georgia law.
Sandra Carlson of Maid of the Mist entered into the contract with Alcatraz. I was visiting Alcatraz’s office that day when one of the salespeople needed some tickets for a group to ride the Maid of the Mist. I knew that the business development person handling the dealings with Maid of the Mist was unavailable as her mother had just had a stroke. So, while I didn’t work for Alcatraz, I’ll do anything to help my son, so I picked up the phone and called Sandra Carlson at Maid of the Mist. She entered into the contract with me for Alcatraz to buy tickets for the entire 2005 season. The discussion was very specific because I could see from the file that Carlson had been a flake to deal with. Carlson also made the same agreement with Carolyn Ballard Bazzo (“Bazzo”), who called her while her mother was sleeping in the hospital.
Carlson sent faxes to both Bazzo and me following the telephone conversations of March 3, 2005. Maid agreed to provide Certificates of Insurance naming Alcatraz as additional insured, and Maid did. Maid agreed to provide information for Alcatraz to use on its web sites, and they did. Alcatraz agreed to submit a voucher (E-Ticket) for Maid’s approval, and Alcatraz did. Maid approved the voucher. The approval of the voucher was the final obligation agreed to when the contract was entered into on March 3, 2005. It still took a long time and a lot of hassles to get the information needed from Sandra Carlson, but it finally was resolved in early April.
Alcatraz advertised for Maid of the Mist boat tours at Alcatraz’s website www.niagarafallstours.net. Alcatraz advertised for various tours in the Niagara Falls area, as well as for tours in Canada, New York and in others cities in the Northeast. This website did not represent that it was sponsored by Maid. Rather, it expressly represented that it was run by Alcatraz. Alcatraz has also used additional websites to promote its 74 different Niagara Falls tours and activities and its 17 tours that include a Maid of the Mist ticket.
Alcatraz began generating excellent sales for Maid of the Mist in March 2005.
Alcatraz honored all of the terms of the oral contract with Maid. Maid breached the contract in a number of ways. Maid refused service to some Alcatraz customers who had valid E-Tickets. Initially, this was probably because no one at Maid bothered to advise the ticket takers that Alcatraz was issuing valid E-Tickets. Maid informed some Alcatraz customers that they should purchase their tickets directly from Maid at a lower price and file chargebacks against Alcatraz to get their money back from Alcatraz. Not cool. Maid charged Alcatraz for some customers who did not receive the boat ride. Maid failed to give Alcatraz certain discounts that had been promised.
For reasons unknown at the time, Maid created false stories in an attempt to damage Alcatraz and manufacture a claim with which to breach the contract with Alcatraz. Upon information and belief, this was because Maid was in breach of contract with the Niagara Parks Commission (“NPC”) and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation (“OPRHP”).
Carlson and Schul sent letters, faxes, and emails for Maid to Alcatraz that contained false claims. Glynn, Schul, and Carlson made false claims by telephone. Carlson sent letters on June 14 and July 19, 2005 that contained false claims of problems caused by Alcatraz. The July 19, 2005 letter asked for Alcatraz to make changes to its E-Ticket. Alcatraz made changes to the E-Ticket. Carlson then sent an email claiming the July 19 letter asked for changes to the web site, but the letter said no such thing. Schul then sent a letter and emails that contained false claims of problems caused by Alcatraz. On July 29, 2005, Maid breached the contract with Alcatraz by declaring the contract to be terminated. But the oral contract was for the entire 2005 season, and Maid of the Mist did not have the right to terminate it until it expired in mid October 2005.
It was all totally bizarre. It made no sense at the time. Alcatraz tried repeatedly for a month to get Maid or Maid’s Attorneys to speak with Alcatraz about the problem, but they refused. My son asked me to handle the legal stuff for him, so I am the one who tried to get them to respond.
Despite Maid’s written promise to Alcatraz on July 29, 2005 that Maid would honor tickets purchased prior to July 29, 2005, Maid subsequently refused to honor some Alcatraz tickets purchased prior to that date. Not surprising. Maid refused to honor these tickets despite the fact that Alcatraz had provided Maid with over $10,000 in prepayments, a written payment guarantee, and credit card authorization to charge any tickets purchased for the 2005 season, thus guaranteeing Maid that it would be paid for any Alcatraz customer who showed up with a voucher. It was the first week in August 2005 when Maid of the Mist began refusing service to Alcatraz customers.
Maid of the Mist began defaming Alcatraz and telling Alcatraz’s customers that Alcatraz was an Internet Scam. (Alcatraz had been in business for 11 years and was the largest company in the world selling tickets and tours as Maid of the Mist knew quite well.) In August, September, and October 2005, Maid refused to honor vouchers for more than eight hundred (800) Alcatraz customers.
Alcatraz issued refunds to customers who placed orders that it believed would not be honored and to customers who contacted Alcatraz who claimed that Maid refused to honor the Alcatraz vouchers. Every customer was refunded by Alcatraz. Maid sold tickets to Alcatraz’s customers directly and generated a greater income as a result.
I am the father of the 75% owner of Alcatraz. I have never been an officer, director, shareholder, owner, investor, or employee of Alcatraz, but I stepped in to handle the legal problem on behalf of Alcatraz. This is important because Maid of the Mist might have had a basis to sue me if I was involved in the company in one of those manners, but I wasn’t. For the first three years of Ryan’s company, I was CEO of a large company in Ohio. Ryan started and built Alcatraz all on his own.
I placed five phone calls, sent five faxes, and sent approximately 20 emails from July 28, 2005 until August 28, 2005 in an attempt to get someone from Maid or a Maid attorney to speak with me about the problem. No one from Maid of the Mist and no Maid attorney ever spoke to Alcatraz or me until after the lawsuit was filed on August 29, 2005.
Since it appeared that Maid of the Mist was hell bent on breaching the contract and screwing my baby boy’s company, I called the Niagara Parks Commission (“NPC”) to see if we could go into competition with Maid of the Mist. I was turned away, but the NPC told Maid of the Mist about my call. Less than three weeks later, we were sued.
It was August 25, 2005 when Christopher Glynn (“Glynn”), President of Maid of the Mist signed a sworn affidavit to be used with the filing of the lawsuit [MIST-1 Docket #1.] 46 of the 50 paragraphs were false or incorrect. Proof to show that as many as 46 of the statements are false is set out on pages 364 to 553 of Dec #25 (MIST-1 Docket #462).
Glynn swore that his statements were his personal knowledge, but that was false. Personal knowledge means the information is known from direct experience rather than hearing about it from someone else or making it up. Glynn swore that everything in his affidavit was true and correct, but that was false. In deposition testimony, Maid Marketing VP Timothy P. Ruddy testified that some of the statements in Glynn’s August 25, 2005 affidavit were not true. In his deposition testimony, Controller Robert J. Schul testified that some of the statements in Glynn’s August 25, 2005 affidavit were not true. Alcatraz, Bazzo, and I testified in depositions that statements in Glynn’s affidavit were not true at all, and we had a lot of proof in emails and letters.
The drafting of this affidavit by Mr. Carl Hugo Anderson, Mr. Marc W. Brown, and Mr. Arthur P. Russ, while under oath as officers of the court as members of the Bar, was improper, and statements in the affidavit were known to be false by the attorneys.
When Maid sued, they sued Alcatraz and me personally. The lawsuit falsely and maliciously claimed that I operated my own business and did all types of things including theft and bribery. Maid and Maid attorneys knew this was false. Ruddy testified that I should not have been included in many of the sworn paragraphs in Glynn’s affidavit and verification. Maid never produced any evidence to prove that Maid had any valid legal claim against me for anything.
When I became involved in all of this, I was very naïve. I felt that the judicial system was fair and honest, so I was confident that the courts would vindicate us and put Christopher Glynn in jail for perjury for a long, long time. (Five years later, I knew that our federal court system is totally corrupt. I am not an attorney, but I had spent over 7,000 hours studying the law, so I know more about the legal issues in this case than most attorneys.)
On behalf of Alcatraz and myself, I filed a sworn response to Maid’s lawsuit stating under oath under penalty of perjury that everything Glynn had said was false.
Nothing much happened in the fall of 2005, but in March 2006 after we subpoenaed Glynn for a deposition, Maid of the Mist filed a motion with the court seeking a temporary restraining order. That was when Judge Orinda D. Evans was assigned to the case. She read the two affidavits that were totally contradictory about the facts, and she granted the TRO to Maid. Our attorney and I were shocked.
When a party to a lawsuit gets a TRO, they have to post a bond to cover the other party’s costs in the lawsuit if they lose. We asked for $250,000. Judge Evans only required $5,000. It should have been over $1.5 million as it turns out. Awarding such a ridiculously low bond was another strong signal of the bias of Judge Evans (something that judges are sworn not to have).
At first, I suspected that Judge Evans had an incompetent young law clerk who was making a mess of this. I thought the judge just wasn’t paying attention. It didn’t take long for me to discover that Judge Evans was simply a bad judge. Then it didn’t take me long after that to begin organizing the proof that she was a dishonest, corrupt judge.
Every order that Judge Evans issued was against us. Out of 40 contested motions, it was 40 for Maid of the Mist and zero for Alcatraz and me. This was all due to the dishonesty of Judge Orinda D. Evans.
During the discovery period, we took depositions and obtained documents. Our goal in all of this was to prove in THEIR WORDS that the verified complaint was totally false. We succeeded.
In February 2007, Judge Orinda D. Evans gave us a short meeting in her chambers. I informed her that we had documented proof of over 400 counts of perjury and that we had proven that the verified complaint was totally false. She refused to allow it to be discussed.
At this point, I felt for sure that she was corrupt. But then she said a few things that caused our attorney and me to think we had won the case. But as she had done many times before, she reversed herself or “forgot” those things later. Any time we though we prevailed on something, she ignored that and turned whatever it was against us.
Shortly after the February 7, 2007 meeting, Maid of the Mist filed two contracts under seal for an in camera inspection (review by only her). These were their contracts with the governments of Ontario and New York State. We felt for sure that they would have vital information for our defense. Judge Evans reviewed them and said they would not be provided to us. That is supposed to mean they were not relevant to the case.
All types of dishonesty by Maid of the Mist, their attorneys, and Judge Orinda D. Evans took place from 2005 to now. It would just take way too long to recount it all. But rest assured that I have it all documented.
The next big development was motions for summary judgment. This is a legal procedure where a judge can end a case without a jury if it is so clearly one-sided. If there is a “fact issue,” an important issue in the case that is disputed, there cannot be a summary judgment. EVERYTHING was disputed in this case, so a summary judgment was impossible.
But you’ve already figured out what happened. Judge Evans granted the summary judgment for Maid of the Mist and ordered Alcatraz and me to pay over $400,000 in Maid of the Mist’s legal fees. To say that I was shocked was an understatement. I read the order, and it was one false statement and lie after another. The documents filed with the court proved her order was totally false.
Judge Evans granted the summary judgment to Maid on a legal cause of action called “tortious interference” with alleged damages of less than $100, though (1) A&W provided sworn affidavits from the four customers involved who allegedly did not spend $100, and each swore that they did buy tickets from Maid, so there were no damages, and (2) the only sworn testimony before the court was that there was an oral contract breached by Maid, and thus there was no tortious interference by Alcatraz. Damages are a requirement for tortious interference, so the fact that there were no damages was critical. We proved that with affidavits from the people Maid claimed created the damages.
Alcatraz and I swore under oath at all times that Maid made up all of the sworn claims in the Verified Complaint and motion for injunctive relief in MIST-1. Judge Evans refused to even consider A&W’s charges of perjury, false sworn pleadings, and Rule 11 violations by Maid and Maid’s attorneys. I documented all the lies with citations to the record.
We appealed the summary judgment order to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Naïve me thought we would finally get this overtured and headed in the right direction. But three judges rubber-stamped Judge Evans’ order. They TOTALLY ignored every error of law and fact raised by our attorneys. I was flabbergasted. I was literally sick for several weeks from it. I worked closely with the attorneys and researched all of the appeal issues, so I knew the Eleventh Circuit had to overturn Judge Evans. When I was able to think straight, I figured they supported their friend, Judge Evans, to protect her from indictment, conviction, and impeachment.
So, on to The Supreme Court, I thought. Our attorneys then educated me that The Supreme Court is no longer a court of appeals. They don’t review actions of the appellate courts. They decide if a case is interesting enough to them. The odds of that in 2009 were 1 out of 100. We were told it could cost us another $250,000 in legal fees if we went on, and we might be held responsible for Maid of the Mist’s legal fees since that had happened to us before. That would mean $500,000 or more. So, through clenched teeth, we reached an out-of-court settlement with Maid in December 2008 to stop the outrageous legal expense in MIST-1. Alcatraz and I refused to provide and did not provide general releases to Maid or Maid’s Attorneys. We refused to provide releases because I was determined to go after them again.
I tried and tried to find an attorney to represent me, but no attorney was willing to sue a judge. They felt the federal judges would ruin them if they did.
So, in April 2009, I began efforts (representing myself) to reopen the case pursuant to FRCP Rule 60(b) primarily due to fraud upon the courts. A major factor was the discovery of new evidence that had been concealed from us by Maid and Judge Evans. I obtained copies of the two contracts that Maid had been ordered to file under seal with Judge Evans. As soon as I looked at them, I knew that they were vital to our case. After obtaining some additional information through Freedom of Information Act requests, I felt sure that Maid of the Mist had filed bogus documents with Judge Evans. So, my task was simple; get the court to produce those documents, and we would get the case reopened and win. The bad guys would go to prison, and the Windsors would live happily ever after.
Surprise, surprise, Judge Evans refused. She began issuing perjury-filled orders. I knew now that she was as corrupt as a judge could possible be. The only reason to keep the documents hidden was to hide the fact that she had committed perjury and obstruction of justice…and to protect Maid of the Mist from losing the lawsuit and having its key managers all found guilty of hundreds of counts of perjury.
(One of the attorneys who refused to represent me out of fear of the judges gave me some advice. He told me to appeal early and often, so I did. As a result, I now have dozens of orders from Judge Evans, Judge Duffey, and the Eleventh Circuit. This gives me dozens and dozens and dozens of documents that establish the dishonesty and corruption.)
Not to be blocked without a fight after Judge Evans tried to block my efforts, I subpoenaed Judge Evans! This probably doesn’t happen very often. Then some truly bizarre things happened. Judge Evans filed a motion in her own court in my case. Judges can’t do that, but she did. She hired the United States Attorney’s Office (the same people who are supposed to go after corrupt judges). On June 3, 2009, the U.S. Attorney representing Judge Evans filed a motion to quash a subpoena for the deposition in MIST-1. [Pet.App.171 — Mandamus Affidavit #1 — “M-Aff #1”, ¶39.]  [Deposition Action Doc. 1.]  The motion was referred to Judge William S. Duffey (“Judge Duffey”), and this created Civil Action 1:09-CV-01543-WSD (the “Deposition Action”).
Judge Duffey had never had any dealings with me prior to the referral of the motion to quash. I had never heard the name “Judge William S. Duffey” either. There was no conference held, and there was no hearing held, despite my motions requesting both. On June 8, 2009, Judge Duffey stayed the properly subpoenaed deposition. Judge Duffey made a number of incorrect statements in the stay order dated June 8, 2009. The order was totally pro-Judge Evans, and it indicated that Judge Duffey may be biased.
On June 10, 2009, the U.S. Attorney supplemented Judge Evans’ motion to quash. On June 18, 2009, I filed a Motion for Reconsideration of the Order Staying Case and the Twenty-Ninth Declaration of William M. Windsor (Dec #29).  This was filed to note errors in Judge Duffey’s order. On June 30, 2009, an Order to Quash the Deposition of Judge Evans was issued by Judge Duffey.  The order described me as “scurrilous and irresponsible.” The legal definition of scurrilous is “evil.” The legal definition of irresponsible is “mentally or financially incapable.” I am neither scurrilous nor irresponsible!
This was written by a man who did not know me, had never even seen me, and who made such a statement and decision based solely on my three uncontroverted sworn affidavits. In 2009, there were zero (0) affidavits filed by Maid in MIST-1, the Deposition Action, or MIST-2. So, my testimony and evidence stood alone as the record before the court.
The only explanation for this slander is that Judge Duffey was predisposed to bias against me because I had the audacity to try to depose Judge Evans to obtain information that was available only from Judge Evans that I desperately needed to reopen the case in MIST-1. There is nothing scurrilous and irresponsible in the three affidavits that Judge Duffey had before him when he entered the June 30, 2009 order — Dec #29, Dec #35, and Dec #34. The statements made therein are no different than the statements made herein. Judge Evans made as many as 200 false statements in two orders in MIST-1. She knew statements that she made in her orders were false. She obstructed justice by concealing documents from me. These are facts, proven with evidence that I filed in each of the three civil actions.
On July 27, 2009, I filed Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD (“MIST-2″), an independent action in equity for fraud upon the court and RICO. On July 28, 2009, when I was told by the District Court Clerk’s Office that Judge Duffey (the judge who called me “scurrilous and irresponsible”) would be presiding in MIST-2, I immediately went home and prepared a Motion to Recuse Judge Duffey and a Motion for Change of Venue. I returned later in the day and filed.
On July 30, 2009, a TRO Hearing was held. Judge Duffey denied the motion. Judge Duffey distributed an order on my motions regarding service of process on Canadian defendants, representation, motion to change venue, and motion to recuse. All were denied. Judge Duffey was antagonistic and biased in the hearing. Details of this are provided in the Transcript of the Temporary Restraining Order Hearing. False statements in the July 30, 2009 order are listed in the Affidavit of Prejudice.
On August 4, 2009, I filed an Emergency Motion to Recuse Judge Duffey. I advised Judge Duffey that I would seek a Writ of Mandamus if there was not a prompt response. This motion appears on the MIST-2 Docket as a â€œMotion for Leaveâ€ because Judge Duffey ordered that I must first submit proposed motions to him with a request for approval to file. This motion was pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §144. The filing included an Affidavit of Prejudice and a 28 U.S.C.§144 Certificate of Good Faith.
On August 10, 2009, I filed a Petition for a Writ of Mandamus with the Eleventh Circuit seeking to have Judge Duffey disqualified. The Affidavit of Prejudice and a 28 U.S.C.§144 Certificate of Good Faith were included as exhibits. On September 17, 2009, the Eleventh Circuit denied the Petition for a Writ of Mandamus.
At some point during all this, I took my first petition for writ of certiorari (appeal) to The Supreme Court. The Supreme Court decided it was “not worthy” of their consideration. I spelled out the fraud and corruption for them, but they ignored it.
Like the Energizer Bunny, I just kept going. Every order issued by Judge Evans and Judge Duffey was not valid based upon the facts or the law. They were totally corrupt. The judges didn’t make mistakes. They were intentionally committing crimes to try to stop me.
I reported all of this to the United States Attorney (same one who represents Judge Evans), the FBI, the Justice Department, every member of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, and many others. No one would do anything! They completely ignored me.
So, I sued them. I prepared everything and flew to Washington, DC to file there as I thought I would find honest judges in the shadow of The Capitol and The Supreme Court. I ran right smack dab into Judge Richard J. Leon. He proved to be just as corrupt. He dismissed my case on bogus grounds and did a lot of nasty stuff to me. At this point, I started to realize that the corruption in our federal courts may be everywhere. I don’t know that yet, but from the reports I have gotten from people all over the country, I suspect it is true. We have a Constitutional Crisis on our hands. The federal judges have hijacked the Constitution, and they are holding us all hostage.
I continued my efforts in Judge Evans’ court and Judge Duffey’s court, and they lied and cheated me every step of the way. I appealed just about everything to the Eleventh Circuit, and they lied and cheated me every step of the way. In fact, in 62 pages of orders (perhaps 25 orders) from the Eleventh Circuit, they never ever, even once, addressed ANY of my points or error or law. They ignored the facts and what the law actually provides and ruled against me in one sentence orders much of the time.
The abuse has escalated. Judge Evans found me in contempt of court. She warned me that “You are playing with fire.” She threatened to put me in jail. She fined me. She hit me with more legal fees. Lying every step of the way. Violating the law again and again and again. Same for Dishonest Duffey. He’s just as bad — maybe worse — a real snake. Most of his lies are proven with documents that he pretends do not exist.
Judge Duffey and Judge Evans have taken the unbelievable corrupt acts to a new level. They have the Clerk of the Court doing all types of things. My filings magically disappear. I presented a new lawsuit to be filed, and they refuse to file it. There is no legal right whatsoever for them to do this. but there is nowhere to turn. I will try filing in Washington, DC again, but that is probably a waste of time.
At this point, I had two appeals pending in Washington DC, a dozen at the Eleventh Circuit, and one at The Supreme Court. During a conversation with a clerk at The Supreme Court, I learned by accident that one can file a petition for writ of mandamus with The Supreme Court. This is not an appeal, so it isn’t something that they can ignore. They have to render a decision on it. So I filed three. One each to disqualify Judge Orinda D. Evans, Judge William S. Duffey, and one for the seven corrupt judges who I have identified at the Eleventh Circuit. The Supreme Court has given the accused judges until December 15 to file responses.
This should be a landmark decision. I have asked The Supreme Court whether they will stop federal judges from voiding the Constitution. I have asked them whether they will expose the corruption in the federal courts. I have asked them whether federal judges may continue to ignore the facts, ignore the law, and violate the Constitutional rights of the people who appear as parties in their courts. I prayed that they would have the guts to blow the corruption wide open, but they are all products of the same corrupt system, so I am shocked but not surprised that the Supreme Court issued three rulings on January 18, 2011 that allow federal judges to continue to violate the Constitution, treat it as if it doesn’t exist, and ignore the law and the facts. My best chance is if this story gets out to enough people that we get public pressure building to have someone somewhere do something.
Judges are supposed to tell the truth at all times, but these judges have made false statements routinely. These were material false statements made under the judges’ oath of office in a federal proceeding. These judges knew statements that they made were false.
Judges are supposed to provide due process to the parties in their courts, but I have had just about every form of due process denied. I have not been allowed to present evidence, call witnesses, cross examine witnesses, have an impartial judge, and much more.
These judges routinely ignored the facts and the law and even invented their own facts. These judges have made rulings that are absolutely contrary to the law. Judge Evans even denied us any ability to obtain the names of witnesses that we needed to depose. She granted a summary judgment for Maid on the key issue in the case — an oral agreement for six months in 2005 — based upon the following: Maid testified that its president was not aware of an agreement with Alcatraz. There was no other testimony from Maid other than this one statement in the Verified Complaint! Alcatraz provided a Verified Answer, multiple sworn affidavits, and extensive deposition testimony detailing the exact terms of the oral agreement from the people who made the oral agreement with Maid. This clearly created at least a fact issue that defeated summary judgment, but Judge Evans invented facts that weren’t true and weren’t in the record, ignored the truth, and claimed her facts trumped the A&W’s sworn testimony. As there was a contract, there was no tortious interference, but there was breach of contract by Maid, and A&W should have won the case.
Detailed background facts regarding the judicial misconduct of these judges is provided in the three petitions for writ of mandamus:
Katherine Albrecht asked me on her radio show why I have kept going. My friends and relatives will tell you that I am the most tenacious person they have ever known. I will not stop. I will get these judges indicted, convicted, and impeached, or I will die trying. They “stole” from my child. I’ll fight back against anyone who messes with me wrongfully, but you mess with one of my children or grandchildren, and you’ve declared war against me.
I obviously have a personal stake in all of this. Most people who pursue a cause do, but now, I have met and spoken with so many people who have been cheated by corrupt judges that I feel I have a big responsibility to them as well. I will fight for everyone.
My son said, “Dad, all of this is well and good, but what is your solution to the problems?” I sat down at the keyboard, and did a brain dump. Here are my ideas to correct the problem of judicial corruption.
I have two grandchildren – M1 and Pogo. I drove M1’s carpool once a week. She is unbelievably intelligent and worldly for a seven-year-old. As we drove home one day, she told me they were studying Martin Luther King. She asked me to tell her about those times, so I did. She asked me what I did to stop the prejudice and all the problems. I told her that I was never prejudiced, but I didn’t really do anything. She asked if I had ever done anything that made a big difference in the world. I said, no, unfortunately not. She quickly assured me that she would make a difference in the world. I absolutely believe that is true. Well, I hope I can do something vitally important to every American with my efforts to expose corruption in the federal courts. We are all in trouble. M1 and I want to help.
Update – January 2, 2012
The above story only covers until mid-2011. So much more has happened. I stay so busy with all of this that I don’t know when I will have time to update “My Story.” But everything else that I will summarize is in articles that appear on LawlessAmerica.com.
I now know that our courts are hopelessly corrupt.
 MIST-1_Docs.361 and 362.
 The Mandamus Affidavit of William M. Windsor is on pages 161-185 in the Appendix (Pet.App.). “M-Aff #” is the abbreviation used for this affidavit herein. “Doc.” is the abbreviation for Docket used herein.
 “Pet.App. ###” indicates page number in the Appendix to this Petition for Writ of Mandamus.
 Pet.App.171 — M-Aff #1, ¶40.
 Pet.App.171 — M-Aff #1, ¶41.
 Deposition Action_Doc.4; Pet.App.172 — M-Aff #1, ¶42.
 Pet.App.161-170, 190-191, Affidavit of Prejudice ¶¶34-67 and 118-121.
 Pet.App.172 — M-Aff #1, ¶43.
 Deposition Action_Doc.8; Pet.App.127 — M-Aff #1, ¶45.
 Declarations and affidavits of William M. Windsor have been numbered. “Dec #__” is used as the abbreviation for each. Dec #5 is the Fifth, Dec #34 is the Thirty-Fourth, etc.
 Deposition Action_Doc.15.
 Pet.App.172 — M-Aff #1, ¶47.
 Deposition Action_Doc.21; Pet.App.172 — M-Aff #1, ¶49.
 Deposition Action_Doc.24; Pet.App.173 — M-Aff #1, ¶50.
 Deposition Action_Doc.32.
 Pet.App.173 — M-Aff #1, ¶51.
 Pet.App.173 — M-Aff#1, ¶51.
 Pet.App.173-174, ¶53; MIST-2_Doc.1.
 MIST-2_Docs.15 and 17; Pet.App.174 — M-Aff #1, ¶55.
 Pet.App.19; Pet.App.174 — M-Aff #1, ¶56; MIST-2_Doc.22.
 MIST-2_Doc.48; Pet.App.174, ¶56.
 Pet.App.71-77, ¶¶121-141; Pet.App.174 — M-Aff #1, ¶56.
 Pet.App.114; Pet.App.174-175 — M-Aff #1, ¶57.
 Pet.App.3 and 18.
 Pet.App.175 — M-Aff #1, ¶59-60.
 Pet.App.176 — M-Aff #1, ¶62.
 See MIST-1_Doc.474, Pet.App.176 — M-Aff #1, ¶63.
 MIST-1_Doc.377, Exhibits 9 and 22; see Pet.App.90-101, ¶¶189-264.
 MIST-1_Doc.174, P23: 24-25, P24: 1-7, P34: 4-7, P44: 6-8.
 Pet.App.99, ¶245; Pet.App.178 — M-Aff #1, ¶78.
 Pet.App.85-104, ¶¶172-276.
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