February 22, 2011 Guest William M. Windsor

February 22, 2011 Guest William M. Windsor ‘Analysis of the United States Judicial System’ 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.”) [1] 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 mother has 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. More

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