Friday, May 20, 2016


"William M. Windsor has charged that Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran and Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson have violated the following Texas Penal Code (“TPC”) criminal laws:

a. TPC Sec. 36.04 Improper Influence
b. TPC Sec. 36.05 Tampering with Witness
c. TPC Sec. 36.06 Obstruction
d. TPC Sec. 37.02 Perjury
e. TPC Sec. 37.09 Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence
f. TPC Sec. 37.10 Tampering with Governmental Record
g. TPC Sec. 38.171 Failure to Report a Felony
h. TPC Sec. 39.02 Abuse of Official Capacity
i. TPC Sec. 39.03 Official Oppression
j. TPC Sec. 71.02 Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity
k. Obstruction of Justice
l. Subornation of Perjury

In addition, Bill Windsor claims they have violated the following Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct (“TDRPC”):
a. TDRPC Preamble 4 A Lawyer’s Responsibilities
b. TDRPC Rule 3.01 Meritorious Claims and Contentions
c. TDRPC Rule 3.03 Candor Toward Tribunal
d. TDRPC Rule 3.04 Fairness in Adjudicatory Proceedings
e. TDRPC Rule 3.05 Maintaining Impartiality of Tribunal
f. TDRPC Rule 3.09 Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor
g. TDRPC Rule 8.03 Reporting Professional Misconduct
h. TDRPC Rule 8.04 Misconduct

Others charged with crimes thus far are Tabitha Smith, James Cook, Cheri Lujan, Terry Ogden, and Johnny Brown.

They are charged with the following:

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.02. PERJURY. (a) A person commits an offense if, with intent to deceive and with knowledge of the statement’s meaning: (1) he makes a false statement under oath or swears to the truth of a false statement previously made and the statement is required or authorized by law to be made under oath; or (2) he makes a false unsworn declaration under Chapter 132, Civil Practice and Remedies Code.

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.09. TAMPERING WITH OR FABRICATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE. (a) A person commits an offense if, knowing that an investigation or official proceeding is pending or in progress, he: (1) alters, destroys, or conceals any record, document, or thing with intent to impair its verity, legibility, or availability as evidence in the investigation or official proceeding….

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.10. TAMPERING WITH GOVERNMENTAL RECORD. (a) A person commits an offense if he: (1) knowingly makes a false entry in, or false alteration of, a governmental record….

These five Ellis County Sheriff's Department and Ellis County District Attorney's Office employees were notified of the charges today, May 20, 2016. They were involved in falsifying a bogus document and claiming they witnessed Bill Windsor sign it. Bill Windsor has undeniable proof that the document is bogus and that his signature was not witnessed.

Here are the opening paragraphs from today's court filings:

1. Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran have used a document that they knows is both forged and incomplete as the key piece of evidence in this case and case #14-158. They have used it in multiple filings with complete knowledge that the document is a fraud upon the court.

2. Tabitha Smith, James Cook, Terry Ogden, Cheri Lujan, and Johnny Brown of the State of Texas did not witness William M. Windsor signing what the State claims is a “PR Bond” in Cause #14-158. [Affidavit of William M. Windsor in support of Sanctions and Criminal Charges (“AFFI-SANCTIONS”), Exhibit 1.] But they signed a document falsely claiming that they were a witness. [AFFI-SANCTIONS, Exhibit 2.]

This document is the key piece of evidence in this case, and it is a fraud. The actions of Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery - Moran caused William M. Windsor to be charged with felony bond jumping and face 20 years in prison); to have a $100,000 judgment awarded against him; to be indicted by an Ellis County Grand Jury; to be incarcerated for 35 days in Ada County Idaho and held on $1,000,000 bond; to be incarcerated for 46 days in Missoula County Montana and held on $1,000,000 bond; and he has not had his liberty for 507 days and counting. [AFFI-SANCTIONS, ¶2.]
Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson is guilty of far more. His complaint is still being drafted, and it will be filed as soon as possible.

Bill Windsor is filing complaints with the Texas Bar Association, and he will be filing a judicial misconduct complaint against Judge Cindy Ermatinger .

Bill Windsor is filing a 42 U.S.C. 1983 federal civil lawsuit against all of these people for violation of his civil rights.

All he needs is an honest judge."

Lot's more coming soon. Accountability, Transparency, Civil and Constitutional Rights. Judges, Cops, Attorneys, Detectives, County Attorneys are NOT above the Law though they act as if they are.

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