11th October 2023
Shared by Don T. Mashak
The Cynical Patriot
It has been a while since you participated in a TalkShoe show with me. I stopped 7 years ago, but I’m back.
I’m proposing that we all unite in an effort to Save America from the dishonesty and corruption that robs us of our rights.
The PRO-SE PODCAST with Bill Windsor begins Friday the 13th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
Here are all the details:
Bill Windsor HAS HIT THE BIG-TIME WITH THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.
7/24/2023 was not a good day. Bank account is overdrawn, surprise expenses, and necessary to spend time working to cancel planned expenditures.
But at 3:11 a.m., I checked the Docket of the United States Supreme Court, and I found this!
On September 26, 2023, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Associate Justice Elena Kagan, Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett, Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, Associate Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, and Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson will sit around a table in DC and decide if they will grant little Billy Windsor’s Pro Se Petition.
Approximately 8,000 petitions were submitted. 180 made the cut, and mine is one of the 180 to be decided by THE SUPREMES.
Two months ago, a man claiming to be a Clerk for Judge Clarence Thomas called to inform me that my Petition was accepted. I guess he really was. I couldn’t help but worry this was some kind of hoax.
From my research, I appear to be only the second Pro Se plaintiff in history to reach the United States Supreme Court for a decision by all the justices.
So, September 26, 2023 is THE BIG DAY. The Opinion will issue sometime thereafter — probably the first of October as that is when the 2023 Term begins.
Notice the Jun 01 2023 Docket Entry. The Solicitor General of the United States read my Brief and chose not to file a response. I take that as a “We can’t beat this guy on the law, and he’ll come after us if we file a frivolous brief, so we won’t oppose it.” YAHOO!!!!!
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These are the QUESTIONS PRESENTED for the consideration of the justices:
The Petitioner brought suit in Case No. 2011-CV-200971 in the Superior Court of Fulton County Georgia for Violation of state laws.
Case No. 2011-CV-200971 was unlawfully removed to federal court where the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (“DISTRICT COURT) never addressed the removal and never determined jurisdiction. A series of Void Orders and Void Judgments were issued by the DISTRICT COURT, including Permanent Injunction Orders that purported to deny William M. Windsor (“WINDSOR) the right to file any action in a state court anywhere in America.
WINDSOR was denied appeals by wrongful denial of In Forma Pauperis status.
This Petition arises out of orders in the DISTRICT COURT and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the ELEVENTH CIRCUIT (“11TH CIRCUIT”).
I. Is a federal court order void when jurisdiction is never determined? If so, every order of the DISTRICT COURT and 11TH CIRCUIT is invalid, and this Court’s task is simple.
II. Does a federal court judge lack jurisdiction to place restrictions on the operation of state courts?
III. Is a federal court order placing restrictions on the operation of state courts a void order?
IV. Did the 11TH CIRCUIT err by denying appeals of William M. Windsor (“WINDSOR”) that incorporate the jurisdiction issue and the state court authority issue?
V. Did the DISTRICT COURT and the 11TH CIRCUIT err by denying In Forma Pauperis status to WINDSOR?
VI. Are there exceptional circumstances that require this Court to issue a Writ?
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The impact may be that we will have a modern-day U.S. Supreme Court decision clarifying what constitutes a void order.
We will have the first-ever U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring federal courts have no jurisdiction over state court matters. The Eleventh Circuit should be hammered for making me the only appellant in history who can’t file anything in a state court. Hundreds of decisions of appellate courts make it clear that federal courts have no jurisdiction over state courts. The Eleventh Circuit has said so repeatedly, except in my cases. LMFAO.
Hopefully, the Court will clarify that far more people will qualify for indigent status — those in bankruptcy and those from states that do not have community property.
Bottom Line: This Windsor case will be cited by attorneys and courts forever.
Unfortunately, this does not involve the case of my attempted murder. Praying Justice Thomas will like it as well.
(Sadly, the Link to, Lawless America Dot Com is NOT functioning – Leaf Blogazine).
Please join me.
William M. Windsor
This email was written with only one finger because I no longer have the use of my left hand. My right hand shakes badly, and I have great difficulty using the mouse. Please excuse typos.
Those were my thoughts.
Thank you for your time.
The Cynical Patriot
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